Educational Consultant Job Description PDF
The Educational Consultant is tasked with overseeing the daily operations of our existing Chapters and Colonies. Through close communication and yearly visitation, the EC is responsible for working with our groups to assure long term operational success.
Expansion Consultant (2 Openings) Job Description PDF
The Expansion Consultant is in charge of bringing Phi Kappa Sigma to new campuses. Whether it be a cold start or an interest group, the XC is responsible for working with the school and undergraduates from initial planning phases all the way up to colonization.
Not currently hiring for internship positions.
Executive Director Job Description PDF
Phi Kappa Sigma International Fraternity is searching for a dynamic, charismatic leader to guide our organization into the future. While this person will assume all duties normally associated with a CEO, they must also serve as the Innovator-in-Chief and possess the ability to inspire others to action.
The Executive Director works in partnership with the Fraternity’s Board of Directors, overseeing Headquarters staff to provide leadership, vision and direction for Phi Kappa Sigma. The chosen candidate is expected to develop an organizational strategy that reflects the strategic plan developed collaboratively with the Board, implement policies approved by the Executive Committee, manage the day-to-day operations and programs of the Fraternity, and represent Phi Kappa Sigma in the fraternity and sorority community, with institutions, alumni and undergraduates. The Executive Director also works in partnership with the Fraternity’s Foundation Board of Directors overseeing the Foundation’s day-to-day operations.
Please see the job description for the application process.
Assistant Director of Chapter Services Job Description PDF
The Assistant Director of Chapter Services is a motivated self-starter who will be responsible for successful advancement of Phi Kappa Sigma’s chapter services-related objectives, particularly a focus on colony development, officer training, and Chapter Advisory Board (CAB) support.
This role is a full time, exempt position with evening and weekend work, moderate travel required, and will operate from Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 academic years with moderate travel within the region. Some time will be spent working out of the Carmel, Indiana office.