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


Senior Director of Housing

Alpha Chi Omega is seeking an energetic and motivated individual to serve as the senior director of housing and oversee the National Housing Corporation (NHC) enterprise entity. Reporting to the chief executive officer, the senior director of housing is accountable for operationalizing the strategic priorities of the NHC board of directors and will develop and implement operational infrastructure to support NHC objectives.   
 
Key Duties

  • Develop, document and refine procedures for staff engagement with NHC facilities, delivering meaningful analytical reports to the board of directors.
  • Provide oversight for the programmatic development of the Real. Strong. Women. experience as relates to Alpha Chi Omega housing.
  • Collect and track desired capital improvements and necessary maintenance as part of annual budgeting and prioritization process; ensure timely communication with all stakeholders.
  • Oversee the development of a volunteer structure to support the strategies of the National Housing Corporation, including development of job descriptions, key performance indicators and support structures to capitalize upon the important relationship existing between the housing and collegiate experience departments.
  • Liaise with host institutions regarding housing programs, leases and other issues of legal significance.
  • With staff team, oversee annual budgetary and capital expenditure planning and management processes.
  • Serve as the NHC staff liaison for new housing and construction initiatives, accountable for project management and schedule oversight.
  • Identify, define and develop standards, expectations and best practices for NHC and local facilities.
  • Review and approve all lease agreements with college/university entities and/or independent landlords to ensure legal terms meet NHC standards; iteratively negotiate to ensure favorable terms.
  • Support the holistic approach to NHC budgeting for each collegiate chapter, working closely with the finance department to develop pro formas.
  • Liaise with banking relationships and brokers.
  • Support annual insurance renewal process and maintain accurate data to include appraisals, coverages, claims, etc.
  • Create and implement a comprehensive marketing strategy communicating the desired future direction of the NHC, as well as the value proposition and advantages of National Housing Corporation membership.
  • Identify opportunities for NHC engagement with Local House Corporations to aid in relationship-building.
  • Develop and implement of an acquisitive strategy which targets specific chapters, including timelines, deliverables and status reports.
  • Ensure maintenance of NHC portfolio data.
  • Perform other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned.


Skills and Competencies

  • Bachelor’s degree required; additional trainings, certifications or applicable coursework is desired.
  • Minimum of 10 years of progressive, professional experience in association management, real estate and/or marketing and sales.
  • Progressive leadership experience managing staff and volunteer teams.
  • Strong service orientation and professionalism; outstanding verbal, written and presentation skills.
  • Excellent analytical skills, attention to detail and negotiation skills.
  • Works with a sense of urgency and is able to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly evolving environment.
  • Advanced computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office products and technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages.
  • Non-profit industry experience is strongly desired; university housing experience and/or Greek headquarters staff experience is preferred.

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



Assistant Director of Volunteer Management

Reporting to the director of lifetime engagement, the assistant director of volunteer management will provide oversight, develop and deliver support programs to Alpha Chi Omega’s volunteer base. Program delivery includes all aspects related to recruitment, onboarding, training, evaluation and recognition.
 
Key Duties

  • Design and implement comprehensive volunteer best practices related to recruitment, onboarding, evaluation and retention for all Enterprise volunteers.
  • Develop and execute volunteer recognition program.
  • Administer all internal processing related to current and previous volunteers.
  • Process volunteer interest forms and assist staff and key volunteers with filling open volunteer roles.
  • Manage all facets of the Volunteer Summit, Alpha Chi Omega’s weekend-long training experience designed to educate and cultivate relationships with Fraternity volunteers.
  • Provide ongoing training for staff members who supervise volunteer teams.
  • Serve as the staff liaison to select volunteer teams.
  • Perform other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned.  

Skills and Competencies

  • Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree preferred.
  • Minimum of two years professional experience in higher education or adult learning is preferred.
  • Demonstrated understanding of volunteer management and alumni/ae engagement best practices.
  • 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.
  • Ability to manage and interpret data and use it to drive results.
  • Works with a sense of urgency and is able to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously in a rapidly evolving environment.
  • Advanced computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio) and technical aptitude for database software and for learning internal systems and required packages.
  • Membership in Alpha Chi Omega or other fraternity/sorority affiliation is preferred.

 
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