Sigma Pi Fraternity Seeks Executive Director


The Grand Council of Sigma Pi Fraternity, International seeks via application qualified candidates to serve in the full-time position as the 8th Executive Director of the Fraternity.

The Executive Director (“ED”), the Chief Executive Officer and manager of the Executive Office, reports to the Fraternity’s Board of Directors (the Grand Council). The ED is responsible for the effective administration of the Fraternity from its headquarters in Lebanon, Tennessee (Nashville area), including but not limited to:

  • Leadership in development of a vision and strategic plan for the continued growth and excellence of Sigma Pi Fraternity and service to its undergraduate and alumni members.
  • Recruitment, training, oversight, and retention of the headquarters professional staff, including on-going professional development. Direction of professional staff and alumni officers and volunteers for member, chapter, and alumni club services.
  • Sound fiscal management of the Fraternity’s annual budget and related matters, including annual budget development and overall responsibility to provide required reports, summaries, and audits.
  • Implementation and oversight of events, projects, programs and services, rules and directives provided for in the Fraternity’s Constitution and Bylaws, actions and policies of the Grand Council, and other official directives.
  • Oversight of the Fraternity’s records (e.g. business, financial, membership), and data systems including chapter status, pledge/initiate reports, all other required reports, trend analysis and projections as necessary.
  • Overall responsibility for planning and implementation of Fraternity leadership and educational programs, conferences, and conventions.
  • Serve as a primary representative of the Fraternity to host institutions, media, inter-fraternal and higher education trade organizations, and appropriate fraternal organizations in the United States and Canada.

The successful applicant will hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field from an accredited higher education institution, will have a minimum of 8-10 years of fraternity, non-profit, or relatable employment at a leadership/management level, will have exceptional communication skills including electronic communication and presentation skills, and will be capable of identifying and implementing cutting-edge technology in the Fraternity’s operations.

Salary and other compensation/benefits are competitive in the industry and commensurate with the experience level of the applicant.

To be considered, applications must be received by email to no later than March 11, 2016, and must include, at a minimum, the following:

  • A letter of interest
  • An updated professional resume
  • The names and contact information of no fewer than three professional references

Receipt of application will be promptly acknowledged by return email. All applications and related materials will be kept strictly confidential. All applicants shall be subject to a background check. Any posting updates can be found online at Please direct all inquiries to