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 Financial Controller

Alpha Chi Omega is seeking an energetic and motivated controller, who will serve as the chief accounting officer and oversee the financial accounting and reporting functions of the organization. Ensures outstanding delivery of service to the enterprise, including the fraternity, National House Corporation and the Foundation, while maintaining appropriate internal controls and compliance regulations. Areas of responsibilities include: accounting operations, financial accounting and reporting, tax and other regulatory compliance and other financial functions.
Key Duties:
  • Oversees all accounting operations: Cash, AP, AR and General Ledger functions.
  • Manage month end close process including: supervision and/or preparation of monthly journal entries and account reconciliations.
  • Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual financial and variance analysis (balance sheet, income statement, cash flows, and cash flow forecasts) for the Fraternity, NHC and Foundation.
  • Coordinate preparation of supporting schedules, financial statements for tax reporting and compliance purposes.
  • Oversees banking relationships and other treasury-related functions including the review of cash flow to ensure adequate funds are maintained.
  • Directs the development of the annual budget and monitors financial activity through the year.
  • Oversee, monitor and work to improve accounting procedures, policies and internal controls including communication to staff and training.
  • Ensure the integrity of the general ledger, subsidiary ledgers and other financial systems and applications.
  • Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure appropriate internal controls, compliance and accounting standards and legal requirements applicable to financial governance.
  • Manage and mentor staff members.
Skills and Competencies
  • Qualified CPA or equivalent.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance
  • Preferred 10+ years of progressive accounting and financial reporting experience. 
  • Relevant experience in a non-profit environment is ideal.
  • Must be a working manager with a demonstrated ability to manage and develop a team responsible for multiple deadlines.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office – particularly strong Excel skills.
  • Strong analytical skills, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills, an effective time manager and multitasker.
  • Excellent technical, oral and written communications skills.
  • Knowledge of Blackbaud accounting system desirable.

For immediate consideration, please send résumé and cover letter to  

Collegiate Finance Coordinator

A member of the finance department, the collegiate finance coordinator is responsible for providing service and support for collegiate finance operations of the Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity. This includes supporting chapters in all chapter finance concerns, processing individual member transactions and chapter billings.
Key Duties
  • Support collegiate officers and advisors on all chapter finance concerns, including assisting chapters with financial service providers as needed.
  • Monitor chapter member billings and collection.
  • Process collegiate member financial suspensions, resignations owing money, collections and reinstatements, including communication with collegiate chapters, members and parents as necessary; follow-up with reminder notices and collection calls.
  • Prepare invoices for collection of funds and billing on behalf of the Fraternity and National Housing Corporation to chapters, members and Local Housing Corporations.
  • Work closely, communicate with and follow-up with chapter members, advisors and headquarters staff on all relevant topics.
  • Prepare mass billing to collegiate and alumnae chapters on a quarterly/semester basis.
  • Process all chapter miscellaneous billings and credits as well as related accounting.
  • Perform other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned.
Skills and Competencies
  • Minimum of 1 year of professional experience in customer service and bookkeeping/accounting.
  • High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Post-secondary education and training preferred.
  • Solid organizational skills, self-discipline, attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Strong service orientation, professionalism, confidentiality and discretion.
  • 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, with technical aptitude to learn internal database systems, software and required financial packages.
For immediate consideration, please send résumé and cover letter to  


Assistant Director of Education and Leadership Initiatives

A member of the education and leadership initiatives department, the assistant director of education and leadership initiatives provides support and assistance in the development, implementation and assessment of Fraternity programs focused on training, education and leadership that affect members, staff and volunteers.  The position’s primary focus is on supporting leadership development experiences and the organization’s national philanthropy work related to domestic violence awareness.
Key Duties

  • Assist in design, development and production of educational programming for Alpha Chi Omega, including but not limited to Leadership Academy, convention, collegiate chapter programming and volunteer training
  • Execute initiatives related to Alpha Chi Omega’s national philanthropy, domestic violence awareness
  • Create educational tools and resources in collaboration with partners
  • Provide assistance and support to members and chapters to educate, raise awareness and implement philanthropy events to raise money for local agencies and service providers
  • Coordinate programming for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Healthy Relationships Week, Not Anymore and Let’s Talk Love
  • Support the Leadership Academy program by coordinating logistical components and operational support
  • Lead the development of resources, programming and tools related to leadership development initiatives such as officer transitions and executive board retreats 
  • Oversee and manage the InTune program
  • Manage Programs with Purpose
  • Manage intellectual development resources designed to help members and chapters excel academically
  • Lead and manage volunteer teams in chapter programming, leadership development, InTune facilitation and Let’s Talk Love facilitation
  • Chair staff philanthropy committee
  • Develop and/or revise evaluation tools for measuring effectiveness and relevance of educational programs and initiatives, including collegiate chapter experience and member satisfaction
  • Assist in iterative review of all educational programs and leadership initiatives for relevance, organizational need and value-added benefit
Skills and Competencies
  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in higher education, adult education, leadership or related field preferred.
  • Minimum of two years’ experience in educational programming, training and development
  • Work experience in higher education or related field is preferred
  • Strong service orientation, outstanding presentation skills and professionalism
  • Excellent organizational skills, self-discipline and attention to detail
  • 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, including proficiency with Microsoft Office products, and technical aptitude to learn internal systems and required packages
  • Membership in Alpha Chi Omega or other fraternity/sorority affiliation is preferred

Associate Director of Advancement – Annual & Chapter Giving

Reporting to the chief development officer (CDO) of the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation, the associate director of advancement – annual & chapter giving is responsible for planning and managing all aspects of annual and chapter giving programs.
Key Duties

  • Oversee planning, development and implementation of annual giving programs.
  • Oversee strategies and vendor relationships for direct response and online giving platforms.
  • Plan, coordinate and lead special giving initiatives, including Founders’ Day Challenge, Giving Tuesday, Day of Giving and Star Booth.
  • Plan and implement strategies and tactics to cultivate, grow and retain monthly and mid-level donors.
  • Develop programs and initiatives to enhance collegiate chapter understanding and support of Foundation programs, including the Local Philanthropic Initiatives program and collegiate member giving societies.
  • Work with associate director of operations to analyze and segment donor and prospect audiences.
  • Analyze and monitor annual giving revenue and expense goals.
  • Perform other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned.

Skills and Competencies

  • Bachelor’s Degree required. Related graduate-level study desired.
  • Minimum 5 years of fundraising experience and success in educational or nonprofit organizations required. Direct experience with annual giving, direct mail and crowdfunding preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to make independent decisions and solve problems.
  • Proven effective communication, time management and organizational skills.
  • Previous experience utilizing donor database, customer relationship management system or other fundraising platforms preferred, particularly in the areas of data analysis, reporting, and donor segmentation. Experience with Salesforce or iMIS desired.
  • Occasional travel and attendance at evening and weekend functions required.
  • Strong service orientation, outstanding verbal and written communication skills, professionalism, confidentiality and discretion.
  • 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

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5939 Castle Creek Parkway N. Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46250

Phone: 317.579.5050
Fax: 317.579.5051