Staff Opportunities

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Alumni Services & Engagement and Human Resources invite qualified alumni brothers to submit applications for current openings within the fraternity’s leadership team. Delta Lambda Phi® relies heavily on the talent and time of its alumni brothers to lead the organization in areas of policy, operations, and chapter services. If you are interested in applying, feel free to visit Confluence for a full job description and instructions on how to apply.  To gain access to Confluence visit the Brotherhood Services page.

 

Current Job Openings

Updated: 7/13/2017

 

Active-at-Large Member

The duties of members of the Board of Directors shall be to (a) fulfill all fiduciary duties owed to the Fraternity as a matter of law; (b) regularly attend meetings of the Board of Directors; (c) assist members and entities of the Fraternity with participating in the policy-making efforts of the Convention and Board of Directors; (d) assist the executive officers and staff of the Fraternity Office in carrying out the business operations of the Fraternity; (e) defer to the experience and judgment of the executive officers and staff of the Fraternity Office in fulfilling their duties and responsibilities to manage and carry out the business operations of the Fraternity; and (f) perform such other duties as the office may require or as designated elsewhere in these Fraternity Bylaws, by the Trustee or Convention.

 

Investigations Officer

As assigned by the Investigations Coordinator, conduct investigations of alleged violations of the risk management policy, fraternity policy and procedures, and/or assisting chapters in conducting internal investigations. This entails conducting telephone and/or email interviews with chapter officers, persons involved in the incident and any additional witnesses. The investigator then drafts a written report of his findings that will be reviewed by the Risk Management Oversight Committee, or Investigations Coordinator (non-RMP issues). The investigator will be expected to participate in all Risk Management Oversight Committee meetings regarding RMP cases assigned to him.

 

Eastern Regional Director

The Regional Director (RD) will be selected and hired by the Chief Fraternal Services Officer (CFSO), Director of Human Resources, and other members of the Interview & Selection Committee. He will be hired under Fraternal Services within the Fraternity Office of Delta Lambda Phi. The RD is responsible for managing and coaching chapter, colony, and alumni operations as they relate to matters of the fraternity within the region. His duties include, but are not limited to: using his Regional Staff to execute the following duties, ensuring chapter, colony, and local alumni association (CCLAA) compliance with all Fraternity policies and procedures, communicating CCLAA needs to the appropriate office of the Fraternity, delivering and communicating Fraternity programs and operational updates to CCLAA, co-planning regional events with each event planning team, communicating with appropriate campus personnel and chapter advisers, and coaching CCLAAs to the Standards of Excellence for CCLAA retention and development. Each Regional Director will report to the Chief Fraternal Services Officer and shall also perform all other duties assigned to him by the CFSO.

 

 

Server Engineer

Support the Office of Information Services, Server and Infrastructure Group (OIS/SIG), in maintaining a reliable platform for providing Fraternity services. The incumbent will be called upon to apply his expertise in identifying methods for improving/optimizing the Fraternity’s server configurations and to assess and act upon problems that cause failures in availability and connectivity. The selected candidate will assist the Director, OIS/SIG in documenting the current baseline configuration of the Fraternity’s server and applications infrastructure as well as reporting on any changes to that baseline configuration, when required.

 

Central Regional Coordinator

The Regional Coordinator (RC) shall act as liaison between CCAA (chapters, colonies, and alumni associations) leadership and the Regional Director. The RC shall report directly to the Regional Director regarding the happenings of the CCAAs he oversees, ensure his CCAAs are submitting requested and required information to the Fraternity Office in a timely manner (i.e. Annual Obligations, ritual dates, etc.), and shall attend all check-in meetings between the Regional Director and CCAA leaders. The RC shall also attend CCAA events, as available, in order to act as “eyes on the ground” for regional directors.

*Preference given to candidates who are located geographically close to multiple CCAAs, so as to facilitate and encourage Fraternity Office attendance at formal CCAA events.

 

Western Regional Director

The Regional Director (RD) will be selected and hired by the Chief Fraternal Services Officer (CFSO), Director of Human Resources, and other members of the Interview & Selection Committee. He will be hired under Fraternal Services within the Fraternity Office of Delta Lambda Phi. The RD is responsible for managing and coaching chapter, colony, and alumni operations as they relate to matters of the fraternity within the region. His duties include, but are not limited to: using his Regional Staff to execute the following duties, ensuring chapter, colony, and local alumni association (CCLAA) compliance with all Fraternity policies and procedures, communicating CCLAA needs to the appropriate office of the Fraternity, delivering and communicating Fraternity programs and operational updates to CCLAA, co-planning regional events with each event planning team, communicating with appropriate campus personnel and chapter advisers, and coaching CCLAAs to the Standards of Excellence for CCLAA retention and development. Each Regional Director will report to the Chief Fraternal Services Officer and shall also perform all other duties assigned to him by the CFSO.

 

Eastern Regional Coordinator

The Regional Coordinator (RC) shall act as liaison between CCAA (chapters, colonies, and alumni associations) leadership and the Regional Director. The RC shall report directly to the Regional Director regarding the happenings of the CCAAs he oversees, ensure his CCAAs are submitting requested and required information to the Fraternity Office in a timely manner (i.e. Annual Obligations, ritual dates, etc.), and shall attend all check-in meetings between the Regional Director and CCAA leaders. The RC shall also attend CCAA events, as available, in order to act as “eyes on the ground” for regional directors.

*Preference given to candidates who are located geographically close to multiple CCAAs, so as to facilitate and encourage Fraternity Office attendance at formal CCAA events.

 

Assistant Secretary – Board of Directors

The duties of members of the Board of Directors shall be to (a) fulfill all fiduciary duties owed to the Fraternity as a matter of law; (b) regularly attend meetings of the Board of Directors; (c) assist members and entities of the Fraternity with participating in the policy-making efforts of the Convention and Board of Directors; (d) assist the executive officers and staff of the Fraternity Office in carrying out the business operations of the Fraternity; (e) defer to the experience and judgment of the executive officers and staff of the Fraternity Office in fulfilling their duties and responsibilities to manage and carry out the business operations of the Fraternity; and (f) perform such other duties as the office may require or as designated elsewhere in these Fraternity Bylaws, by the Trustee or Convention.

 

Director of Alumni Engagement

The Director of Local Alumni Associations is a project manager and event planner who reports to the Chief Alumni Services Officer. The Director of Alumni Engagement manages programming and events for the Delta Lambda Phi Alumni Association, as well as all alumni of the fraternity. They work closely with the DLPAA and Fraternal Services to plan alumni programming at conferences and the Fraternity Convention.

 

Director of Local Alumni Associations

The Director of Local Alumni Associations is a project manager who reports to the ChiefAlumni Services Officer. The Director of Local Alumni Associations (LAA) is the main point of contact for LAAs, LAA Leadership, and groups/individuals interested in starting a LAA.  They are in charge of providing guidance to LAAs and LAA Interest Groups, ensuring LAAs submit annual obligations, and assist LAA Interest Groups to apply for formal recognition by the AAC.

 

Director of Development

The Director of Development is responsible for the financial development and organizational outreach of Delta Lambda Phi. He shall oversee all internal fundraising efforts for the Fraternity and work with Delphi to create a cohesive fundraising plan. He will maintain the Common Donor Program with Delphi and will work with the Board of Directors and DLP’s Partners on special events.

Further, he is responsible for educating the Brotherhood on important financial regulations and laws, and provide support to chapter colonies/LAAs on their fundraising. He is also responsible for developing and fostering relationships with outside organizations (philanthropic and corporate).

He shall maintain a robust confluence page, tracking all appropriate information for both fundraising and education. The Director of Development shall report directly to the Chief Financial Officer regarding the projects his office is to complete. He is also responsible for attending all Full Staff Meetings, Team Lead Meetings, one-on-ones with the CFO and any meetings for his staff. He should try and attend at least convention every year.

 

Director of Risk Management

Every Brother is responsible for managing the risks of harm and liability that DLP faces. The Director of Risk Management sits at the center of these efforts and helps ensure that all of our risk management efforts – on all sides of the Fraternity – follow the best practices described in our Risk Management Policy (RMP). He advises our leadership (Fraternity-wide and within various groups) on various risk management efforts, answers their questions, and reminds us of the importance of being our Brothers’ keepers. He works with the Director of Programming to carry out risk management education of members, pledges and volunteers. And he serves as an expert, providing information to the Board of Directors and their Risk Management Policy & Education Committee as they decide on policy standards appropriate to DLP.

 

Director of Alumni Outreach

The Director of Alumni Outreach is a project manager who reports to the Chief Alumni Services Officer. The Director oversees all communication and outreach efforts for our global alumni network and leads membership acquisition and retention efforts for the Delta Lambda Phi Alumni Association.

**Submit your Cover Letter and Fraternity Resume/CV to Adam E. Vester-Wright, Director of Human Resources (adam.wright@dlp.org). Please include Fraternity and related professional experience as well as references (preferably one Fraternity Office Staff Member AND two Brothers that you have worked with or two professional references). Please be sure to list the position in the “Subject” line of the email.**

 

Ambassador Coordinator

The Ambassador Coordinator is a volunteer-level member of the Fraternity Office’s Expansion team. He acts as part of the recruitment efforts of the fraternity in a proactive approach that primarily focuses on the recruitment and training of Ambassadors. 

The Ambassador Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Expansion and supervises the Ambassador team.

 

Legal Affairs Coordinator

The Legal Affairs Coordinator supports and enhances the work of the Legal Affairs Team by managing information flows, providing essential administrative support, and coordinating Team operations with individuals and groups inside and outside of DLP. The ideal candidate will be experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and executive support tasks related to legal affairs and will be able to work independently with little or no supervision. This person absolutely must be well organized and able to meet critical deadlines. The ability to interact with staff (at all levels) in a fast paced environment, sometimes under pressure, remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of professionalism is crucial to this role. The Legal Affairs Coordinator must also demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong decision making ability, and the ability to quickly record and synthesize information.

 

For further information please contact:

Br. Adam Vester-Wright

Director of Human Resources

adam.wright@dlp.org

 

Br. Chris Brewer

Recruitment & Onboarding Coordinator

chris.brewer@dlp.org

 

To apply, please visit Confluence!