Delta Sigma Phi is looking for an Assistant Director of Educational Programs at its Headquarters in Indianapolis. See the description below for details, and send your application and/or questions to Kristin Fouts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity Headquarters
2960 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Delta Sigma Phi does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, sexual identity or national origin.
Delta Sigma Phi seeks a dynamic, creative and self-motivated individual as its Assistant Director of Educational Programs. The Assistant Director will work alongside professional staff and volunteers to design curriculum and administer educational projects relevant to the organization’s strategic plan.
The Assistant Director of Educational Programs will report to the Director of Educational Initiatives. Together, they will lead organizational efforts to provide education, training and organization-wide assessments for undergraduate and alumni members. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Design and implement curriculum to advance
- The LAMP, the Fraternity’s online learning management system. This includes the development of educational videos and presentations related to student leadership, undergraduate advising, personal development and volunteer management;
- the Fraternity’s Regional Leadership Academy, Bruce J. Loewenberg Summit for recruitment officers and new member educators, and Presidents Academy for undergraduate chapter presidents;
- the Leadership Institute, the Fraternity’s five-day flagship educational program; and,
- the award-winning Social Strengths program that focuses on healthy social interactions and relationships.
- Assist with the coordination of national education programs, biennial Convention and chapter-based workshops.
- Assist with the implementation, analysis and use of data from program evaluations and organization-wide member experience assessment tools.
- Implement the organization’s educational initiatives as outlined by the Fraternity’s strategic plan and educational framework.
A bachelor’s degree with experience in training and development or instructional design. The successful candidate will have previous personal or professional experience with fraternity and sorority organizations, higher education or related fields.
- Integrity – Does the right thing even when no one is looking
- Learning – Challenges old paradigms with critical thinking, curiosity and creativity
- Accountability – Sets an intentional culture of personal responsibility
- Detail-oriented – Ensures accurate data management with meticulous attention
- Effective communicator – Uses two-way communication that demonstrates clarity and professional consideration for member and staff beliefs, values and judgments
- Conscientious – Repeatedly produces consistent and polished work from established professional disciplines and guidelines; always works to meet high quality standards
- Organized – Promptly assists staff and members in an organized, efficient, and steady manner; takes pride in maintaining accurate systems
Please submit resume, salary requirements, and cover letter to:
Kristin Fouts, Director of Educational Initiatives