Career Opportunities

Alpha Chi Omega seeks bright, enthusiastic people to join our staff.

 
Headquarters Staff Opportunities
Working at Alpha Chi Omega is more than a job. It’s a chance to work with talented coworkers, an opportunity to interact with amazing volunteers and collegians, and a way to make an impact in shaping generations of real, strong women.
 
Our headquarters is a fast-paced, fun and collegial environment where we live Alpha Chi Omega’s values daily. Several of our positions include opportunities to travel, and all of them allow you to meet and interact with outstanding members across the country through phone, online platforms and in person.
 
 

Current Openings

Chapter Consultants | Collegiate Experience | Lifetime Engagement | Education & Leadership Initiatives | Foundation | Housing | Marketing & Communications | Operations | Finance | Information Systems | Executive | Human Resources | Pearl Stone Partners


Education & Leadership Initiatives

Education and Leadership Initiatives Coordinator

Reporting to the senior director of education and engagement, the education and leadership initiatives coordinator provides operational support and assistance in the implementation of Fraternity programs focused on training, education and leadership. 
 
Key duties
  • Manages annual collegiate chapter awards program; accountable for timelines, budget and workflow
  • Administers the Not Anymore program
  • Manages intellectual development resources in support of members and chapters’ pursuit of academic excellence
  • Provides logistical support for national programs such as Leadership Academy
  • Manages logistics of rotational programs such as InTune, Let’s Talk Love and REPRESENT
  • Serves as secondary systems administrator for event registration platform
  • Works with organizational volunteers to support relevant programming such as collegiate chapter awards reviewers
  • Performs other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned
 
Skills and Competencies
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Excellent organizational skills, self-discipline and attention to detail
  • Highly collaborative and able to work closely with others as a team player
  • Works with a sense of urgency, is able to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly changing environment
  • Advanced computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office products; technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages
  • Strong service orientation, outstanding presentation skills and professionalism
  • Membership in Alpha Chi Omega or other fraternity/sorority affiliation is preferred
FULL JOB DESCRIPTION
For immediate consideration, please send résumé and cover letter to careers@alphachiomega.org

 

Housing

Construction Project Manager

Reporting to the senior director of housing, the construction project manager for the National Housing Corporation (NHC) supports the mission, values and vision of the Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity and the NHC. Accountable for the coordination and supervision of all renovations and new builds for NHC facilities on established campuses. Works with the housing team to identify, define and develop standards, expectations and best practices for NHC capital projects.
 
Key Duties

  • Oversees and directs housing construction from conception to completion; works with staff and third-party partners through all phases of construction
  • Accountable for on-time project delivery, within scope and within budget
  • Manages comprehensive project planning to include:
    • Communication, coordination and management of all phases of construction
    • Works with housing staff to identify, define and develop requirements, cost estimates budgets and pro formas, project schedule, design and construction objectives
    • Works with third party partners on the coordination of architect, designer and general contractor selection and bid processes; manages RFP/RFQ processes and final selection and contract negotiations
    • Manages scope, facilitates change order process, project schedule and progress
    • Document control to include invoices, contracts, proposals, RFI/RFQ/RFP, change orders and other organic documents
    • Assists in the development and management of communication, meetings and schedules between all parties
    • Works with assigned housing operations staff member on logistical support for occupancy which could include utilities, food service, custodial, pest control, landscaping, etc.
  • Participates and leads meetings to further construction project progress
  • Delivers meaningful reports and timely communication to all local stakeholders on a pre-determined schedule
  • Evaluates progress and prepares reports for the NHC Board of Directors monthly
  • Identifies, defines and develops standards, expectations and best practices for NHC housing projects
  • Supports housing team by contributing to the programmatic development of the Real. Strong. Women. Experience as related to housing
  • Other special projects as assigned

Skills and Competencies

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred; coursework in building construction management or construction engineering management is desired 
  • Additional trainings, licenses and/or certifications or applicable coursework is desired
  • Minimum of five (5) years of progressive, professional experience in housing initiatives, project management, construction or equivalent experience
  • Minimum of five (5) years of progressive, professional experience managing operational partners, staff teams and volunteers
  • Strong service orientation; outstanding presentation skills and professionalism, with the ability to convey complex information to diverse groups of people in a way that can easily be followed
  • Works with a sense of urgency and is able to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly changing environment
  • Self-managed, comfortable forging internal alliances across multiple groups, demonstrates talent for networking, mentoring and coaching
  • Successful track record of managing complex construction projects
  • Advanced computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office products; technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages
  • Membership in a Greek-letter organization is preferred


FULL JOB DESCRIPTION
For immediate consideration, please send résumé and cover letter to careers@alphachiomega.org


Lifetime Engagement

Assistant Director of Lifetime Engagement

Reporting to the director of lifetime engagement, the assistant director of lifetime engagement coordinates many of Alpha Chi Omega’s alumnae services and plays an integral role in the success of providing members a meaningful alumnae experience.
 
Key Duties
  • Serves as the primary liaison for alumnae chapters, which includes development of training and resources for alumnae chapters and promoting alumnae chapter membership
  • Oversees the formation and development of alumnae chapter establishment and provides assistance to new and struggling alumnae chapters
  • Manages the administrative pieces of the alumnae chapter structure, including but not limited to maintaining alumnae chapter development materials, managing alumnae chapter operations, tracking all forms and documents for alumnae chapters, and administering the online management system for alumnae chapters
  • Coordinates individual alumnae awards process annually and chairs alumnae awards committee as well as coordinate the alumnae chapter awards process in convention years
  • Manages the volunteer director of province alumnae chairs and serves as lead staff liaison for province alumnae chairs
  • Oversees alumna initiate program, including but not limited to: managing the NAIP co-chairs, serving as staff liaison to NAIP team, providing oversight to administrative processing
  • Supports and assists in alumnae engagement opportunities including the development and successful execution of alumnae programming initiatives
  • Monitors trends and changes in association and alumnae relations; assists in periodically reviewing organizational strategies to ensure Alpha Chi Omega is responding to changing conditions
 
Skills and Competencies
  • Bachelor’s degree required; minimum of two years of experience in fraternity/sorority or association management, alumni relations, higher education, or related field
  • Demonstrated understanding of alumnae relations and engagement
  • Strong service orientation, relationship builder, outstanding presentation skills, professionalism, confidentiality and discretion
  • Excellent organization skills, self-discipline, attention to detail and written/verbal communication skills
  • Works with sense of urgency; ability to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly changing environment
  • Experience with program development and implementation
  • Strong leadership skills with the ability to effectively manage people and situations
  • Advanced computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office products; technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages
  • Strong analytical skills, sound judgment, critical thinking and decision-making abilities
  • Membership in Alpha Chi Omega or other fraternity/sorority affiliation is preferred
 FULL JOB DESCRIPTION
​For immediate consideration, please send résumé and cover letter to careers@alphachiomega.org



 
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Indianapolis, IN 46250

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Fax: 317.579.5051
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