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PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
JOIN OUR TEAM

Phi Sigma Sigma offers the opportunity to serve alongside seasoned professionals, where everyone's ideas, drive and passion can have a genuine impact on our members' experience. Phi Sigma Sigma Headquarters supports collegiate chapters on almost 100 campuses across North America and 70,000 initiated members.  

CURRENT OPENINGS

House Director

Reports to: Director of Housing

Location: Varies by position; see open locations below


House directors are the NHC’s representatives to members residing in the chapter house, and to all members of the chapters. House directors have broad responsibilities extending to all areas of the members’ well-being and the safety and security of the facility. As such, the NHC expects that individuals accepting these positions will exercise high standards of moral and ethical conduct in their performance both in and out of the house.

2024-2025 Openings:​​

  • Illinois State University (Epsilon Alpha Chapter)

  • Rutgers University - New Brunswick (Gamma Nu Chapter)

  • Syracuse University (Pi Chapter)

  • University of New Hampshire (Iota Upsilon Chapter)

To apply, email your resume to resumes@phisigmasigma.org along with the following information:

  • Full name

  • Chapter

  • Your resume

  • The campus location you are apply for

  • If you are planning on attending graduate school and if so, where

  • Reason you are interested in this position

Educational Leadership Consultant (ELC)

Reports to: Assistant Director of Programs & Education

Location: Remote, travel up to 100%

Educational leadership consultants (ELCs) are recent alumnae who support Phi Sigma Sigma as professional staff members. ELCs are responsible for working directly with Phi Sigma Sigma’s collegiate chapters and local volunteers to provide the best possible support and member experience for all sisters.

 

This is 28-week contract position with full-time travel and an expense account. ELCs are expected to be on-site visiting chapters with the exception of campus holidays.

 

Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Provides on-site and virtual recruitment support to assigned chapters

  • Facilitates chapter programs developed by the programs & education team

  • Conducts chapter assessments on behalf of the Fraternity

 

Applicants must meet the following qualifications:

  • Must be an initiated member of Phi Sigma Sigma, graduated by summer 2024 and in good standing 

  • Self-motivated, outgoing and accountable

  • Ability to adapt to new and changing situations 

  • Comfortable working and traveling independently 

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking

  • Demonstrates extensive knowledge of policies and procedures

  • Willingness to be a “team player” with the ability to handle challenges

  • Possess a valid state-issued driver’s license

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume through the online location here.

 

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