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 | Administrative Services | Finance | Information Systems | Executive | Human Resources


Senior Director of Collegiate Experience

Reporting to the chief executive officer (CEO) of Alpha Chi Omega, the senior director of collegiate experience leads the collegiate experience department in support of Alpha Chi Omega’s mission, values and vision. The senior director manages the departmental team committed to the development and implementation of the undergraduate chapter experience, including chapter operations, chapter growth, membership development and general Fraternity experience.
 
Key Duties

  • Develop and execute short- and long-term goals, plans and budgets based on the organization’s strategic plan and Fraternity objectives to foster a strong, effective, respected team that is serviced-oriented, proactive, responsive and vital to organizational success.
  • Monitor and stay abreast of innovations, trends and developments in higher education, collegiate growth, risk management and fraternal law. 
  • Accountable for all collegiate experience functions and services delivered by the team:
    • Oversee all chapter investigations and individual discipline processes.
    • Oversee all operational chapter functions including fraternity policies, chapter bylaws and general chapter operations.
    • Oversee all collegiate growth functions including extension, colonization and recruitment efforts.
  • Mitigate significant crisis situations including student death, serious injury and organizational incidents.
  • Serve as a resource for the National Panhellenic Conference delegation and the National Council for high level issues affecting collegiate members.
  • Serve as a member of the senior leadership team.
  • Support organization’s functional structure and leadership, actively engaging with the strategic efforts of other internal departments when necessary.
  • Perform other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned. 

Skills and Competencies

  • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 7 years of progressive, professional experience in higher education, fraternity/sorority life or related field.
  • Professional experience managing cross-functional teams, managing other managers, and leading and developing large teams of staff and volunteers.
  • Experience with multi-site entities and working with remote/offsite workforce personnel.
  • Strong service orientation, outstanding verbal and written communication skills, professionalism, confidentiality and discretion.
  • Excellent organization skills, self-discipline and attention to detail.
  • Works with a sense of urgency and is able to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly evolving environment.
  • Technically savvy with advanced computer skills: proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio) and technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages.

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

 

Assistant Director New Chapter Development

Reporting to the associate director of collegiate growth, the assistant director new chapter development is responsible for directing, assisting and supporting all efforts related to the new chapter process.

Key Duties

  • Supervise resident consultants assigned to support new chapters.
  • Build and promote positive working relationships with multiple headquarters departments, volunteers, and campus and community constituents to fulfill colony and new chapter goals and objectives.
  • Follow streamlined processes and implementation strategies to build and grow chapters across the country and engage collegians and alumnae in the vision and mission of Alpha Chi Omega in relevant and meaningful ways.
  • Coach colonies and new chapters through chapter life in collaboration with collegiate experience staff to ensure best practice and policy compliance. 
  • Manage volunteer team, including new chapter development specialists and chapter advisory board members.
  • Direct new chapters in chapter management activities including, but not limited to, internal and external chapter events, educational programming, formal recruitment preparations and execution.
  • Perform other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned.

Skills and Competencies

  • A bachelor’s degree required; 2-5 years of professional experience in the fraternity and sorority field preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to both direct and collaborate with multiple internal and external constituencies.
  • Strong teamwork orientation, outstanding relationship-building skills, proven critical thinking ability, and strong verbal, written and presentation skills.
  • Works with a sense of urgency and is able to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly changing environment.
  • Willingness to travel on behalf of Alpha Chi Omega and attend evening and weekend functions.
  • Advanced computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office products, with technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages. 
  • Alpha Chi Omega member strongly preferred.

Assistant Director of Risk Management

Reporting to the associate director of chapter operations, the assistant director of risk management provides leadership to ensure alignment of all risk management policies and programs to support Alpha Chi Omega’s mission, values and vision. The associate director focuses on proactive education and reactive support to chapters in areas of risk prevention and management.  
 
Key Duties
  • Responsible and accountable for all risk management programs and services designed for Alpha Chi Omega collegiate chapters.
  • Manage chapters on status with the Fraternity, implementing tools to create positive change within those chapters’ culture.
  • Oversee the Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP).
  • Serve as a liaison to the Harm Reduction Alliance; develop and manage any other risk management-oriented partnerships.
  • Oversee risk management volunteer specialist program.
  • Coordinate programming for Hazing Prevention Week, Healthy Relationships Week and Safe Spring Break.
  • Lead chapter investigatory processes.
  • Assist in developing educational programming for collegiate chapters focused on hazing, new member education, mental health education and bystander behavior. 
  • Perform other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned. 
 
Skills and Competencies
  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Minimum of 2 years professional experience working in risk management educational programming.  
  • Experience managing a progressive disciplinary process desired.
  • Strong service orientation, outstanding presentation skills, professionalism, confidentiality and discretion.
  • Experience with multi-site entities and working with offsite workforce personnel.
  • Excellent organization skills, self-discipline, attention to detail and communication skills.
  • Works with a sense of urgency and is able to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly evolving environment.
  • Strong computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint); technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages.
 
For immediate consideration, please send résumé and cover letter to careers@alphachiomega.org
 
 

Advancement Officer

(2 positions available)


Reporting to the Chief Development Officer (CDO) of Alpha Chi Omega, the advancement officer is primarily responsible for securing major gifts for the Foundation.

 
Key Duties
  • Travel regularly to meet with a designated portfolio of donors and prospective donors over the course of the fiscal year.
  • Build relationships and generate major gifts for the Foundation, by stewarding, cultivating and soliciting existing major donors, and prospecting and identifying future donors.
  • Identify, solicit and steward members of the Leadership Circle (annual unrestricted gifts of $1,000 or more).
  • Engage in regular, personal communication with donors and prospective donors.
  • Collaborate with volunteer Trustees and key Foundation volunteers to create and implement a strategy for their assigned donor portfolios.
  • Coordinate and/or attend Alpha Chi Omega fundraising and philanthropy events.
  • Identify major donor stories for The Lyre magazine.
  • Work independently and as part of the Foundation team.
  • Perform other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned. 
 
Skills and Competencies
  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Minimum of 5 years of progressive, professional fundraising experience.
  • Strong service orientation, with the ability to build sound relationships with internal and external constituents.
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, professionalism, confidentiality and discretion.
  • Excellent organization skills, self-discipline and attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated flexibility and creativity.
  • Intelligent, driven, forward-thinking self-starter.
  • Ability to manage and interpret data and use it to drive results.
  • Proven ability to design, adjust to, and follow through on long-term, multi-tiered strategy.
  • Must be able to travel up to 50% of the time and attend evening and weekend functions.
  • Works with a sense of urgency and is able to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly evolving environment.
  • Technically savvy with advanced computer skills: proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio) and technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages.
 
For immediate consideration, please send résumé and cover letter to careers@alphachiomega.org
 

Senior Director of Human Resources

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Alpha Chi Omega, the senior director of human resources will provide leadership to ensure alignment of all human resources systems to support Alpha Chi Omega’s mission, values and vision. Leading the HR team, the senior director will serve as a leader and advisor providing for the development and implementation of people strategy, delivering strategic thought and operational effectiveness in all matters related to HR.
 
Key Duties

  • Build and lead a strong, effective and respected HR team.
  • Develop and execute short- and long-term goals; plan and budget based on the organization’s strategic plan and management objectives; foster a success-oriented, values-driven organizational culture of continuous improvement that is both enjoyable and rewarding for employees.
  • Monitor trends and changes in business, management and the regulatory environment; periodically review HR and organizational strategies to ensure organizational response to changing business conditions.
  • Accountable for all human resource functions and services delivered by the HR team including, but not limited to, talent acquisition, onboarding and talent development processes, total rewards strategy, compensation benchmarking, iterative performance management, internal policy and procedures, job analysis, employee engagement, employee relations and communication strategies, succession planning and organizational alignment initiatives.
  • Accountable for regulatory and legal compliance in all matters related to human resources.
  • Lead all confidential investigations, progressive discipline processes, performance improvement initiatives and employment actions.
  • Vigilantly guard organization against unnecessary risk.
  • Advise, consult and serve as a leader within the executive team.
  • Support organization’s functional structure and leadership, actively engaging with the strategic efforts of other internal departments when necessary.
  • Develop and manage an annual budget, champion the cost-effective management of company assets and resources, and provide staff training and experiential opportunities related to fiscal responsibility.
  • Perform other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned.

Skills and Competencies

  • Bachelor’s degree required with major field of study in human resources, management or organizational development. Master’s degree is desired.
  • Certification by the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) and/or Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is strongly desired.
  • Minimum of 10 years of progressive, professional experience in human resources.
  • Executive and/or senior leadership experience.
  • Experience working with multi-site entities and with remote/offsite workforce personnel.
  • Works with a sense of urgency and is able to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly evolving environment.
  • Adept at effectively managing cross-functional teams.
  • Advanced computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office products, with technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages.
 

For immediate consideration, please send résumé and cover letter to careers@alphachiomega.org
 
 
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Alpha Chi Omega Headquarters
5939 Castle Creek Parkway N. Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46250

Phone: 317.579.5050
Fax: 317.579.5051
Email: info@alphachiomega.org