The Director of Fraternity Services (DFS) coordinates chapter consultations and related travel for our team of Leadership Consultants (LCs). He/She identifies chapter operations needs and deficiencies and coordinates solutions through the LCs and the International Headquarters (IHQ) staff. The DFS gathers, organizes and presents chapter performance data, prepares reports for the IHQ staff and Board of Regents. He/She interacts with the local Alumni Board of Trustees (ABT) and House Corporation to ensure recommendations for improvements are communicated and understood. The DFS ensures that essential needs of the LCs are met during their peak travel and summer training periods.
A leadership consultant fosters strong relationships with chapters, volunteers and universities across the United States and Canada while providing coaching on operations, organizational development and general Fraternity initiatives. A leadership consultant will also assist new colonies by focusing on volunteer support, member recruitment, and on-site colony development. This person assists members and communities in the form of operational assessment and support, administrative support, leadership development, expansion and education through the promotion of the values and expectations of Delta Chi.
Leadership consultants are specifically responsibly for:
- Meeting with undergraduate officers, committee chairmen, and members asking for a one-on-one meeting
- Consulting with advisors and other support alumni, including the chapter/colony’s House Corporation, Alumni Board of Trustees, “BB” and other campus fraternity & sorority life/student affairs office
- Presenting lecture-based and/or seminar-based discussions on topics such as recruitment, membership education, and chapter management
- Completing operational assessments of a chapter/colony and developing an action plan to assist the group in areas of growth
- Leading the recruitment Founding Fathers for new Delta Chi Colonies
- Building relationships with college/university personnel and potential local support alumni
- Assisting in colony development efforts, including new officer and alumni advisor training
- Assisting in regional and international programs and conferences of the Fraternity.
When not traveling (such as during the summer and winter recesses), Leadership Consultants assist in the creation and revision of Fraternity programs and resources (e.g., BRIEFs, manuals, various articles).
- Member of the Delta Chi Fraternity
- Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college/university
- Knowledge of Delta Chi chapter operations, national policies, and procedures
- Demonstrated leadership within the Fraternity and/or student organizations
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including presentation and public speaking
- Strong proficiency in time management and project management
- Excellent customer service skills
- Competitive salary
- Inclusive healthcare package
- Paid time off
- Use of Fraternity owned iPhone and MacBook
- Paid travel and accommodation expenses
- Participation in Fraternity’s international events
- Receive a special Delta Chi “Staff” badge
- Earn hotel and airline reward miles
- Experience unique locations across the country
- Gain valuable presentation and public-speaking skills
- Ability to conduct training and manage conflict resolution
- Development of critical skills applicable to a variety of future careers