Kappa Alpha Theta International Headquarters houses Fraternity, Theta Foundation, and Fraternity Housing Corporation staff. Located in Indianapolis, Indiana, we employ more than 60 in-office and remote employees.
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Thank you for your interest in joining our team! Please check below for career opportunities with the Fraternity, Theta Foundation, and Fraternity Housing Corporation.
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The assistant director of collegiate services works with the department’s director on all matters related to the overall health and wellness of college chapters with a specific focus on recruitment, retention and Panhellenic. Essential functions include oversight of the following areas:
- Serve as the liaison to the Fraternity’s recruitment committee.
- Supervise recruitment support staff and/or recruitment-focused educational leadership consultants.
- Direct college chapter recruitment support.
- Review, revise, and develop resources to assist college chapters with successful operations as it pertains to the recruitment and Panhellenic operation areas.
- Collect, track, and analyze data from college chapters as it relates to new member recruitment and member retention.
- Oversee maintenance and upkeep of the MyVote recruitment software.
- Serve as the liaison between college chapters and Kappa Alpha Theta’s NPC delegation.
- Oversee the recruitment/establishment process for new college chapters.
- Work with collegiate services team to direct new chapter recruitment support that spans with chapter establishment.
- Serve as the liaison to campus partners in a specific region.
- Other responsibilities as assigned.
Knowledge of: Trends and best practices in higher education, student learning, and organization policy and procedure.
Skill in: Microsoft Office Suite, facilitation, advising, and leadership.
Ability to: Supervise volunteers (volunteers are remote), collaborate, lead groups, manage a budget, work independently and with a team, problem-solve and think strategically.
Preferred Education and Experience:
- Bachelor's degree required.
- Previous experience with oversight of college chapter operations preferred.
- High level of flexibility to work in a fast-paced environment with many different constituencies.
Additional Eligibility Qualifications:
- Willingness to travel upon request. Travel includes overnight trips for college chapter support visits, conferences, regional meetings, and special tasks as assigned.
- Willingness to work evenings and weekends.
- Willingness to relocate to the Indianapolis area.
Please complete the application form below.