Delta Tau Delta Fraternity
Job Title: Director of Undergraduate Education
Position: Full Time Exempt/Non-Exempt (OT Eligible): Exempt
Reports to: Vice President of Education and Programming
Supervisory responsibilities: Coordinator of Undergraduate Education
If you are ready to develop the next generation of young men and challenge them to reach their full potential, you are in the right place. Delta Tau Delta is committed to coaching today’s young leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators as they strive for excellence. Join us as we empower our members to take ownership in their collegiate experience and work toward their goals. Our team is focused on helping and developing one another so we can better support our members as they carry out the mission and values of the Fraternity. We are looking for people committed to these values who want to join our proud legacy and help shape the future.
The director of undergraduate education is responsible for the development and implementation of educational initiatives for undergraduate members in alignment with the mission, values and strategic plan of Delta Tau Delta. This position serves as liaison to the organization’s learning management system provider and has a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of the learning management system. This position develops content and curriculum for regional leadership programs and the biennial convention and manages officer education initiatives and chapter based educational programming.
- Communicate impact of educational programs
- Articulate educational strategy
- Create buy-in of programming with stakeholders
- Influence chapter culture via programming initiatives
Functional Responsibilities and Deliverables
- Create learning outcomes for educational programs
- Collaborate with marketing department to advertise events
- Create and manage member education strategy and delivery to chapters
- Evaluate educational initiatives and provide recommendations for improvement and change
- Write curriculum and mange programming for Fraternity regional conferences and bi-annual Karnea convention
- Serve as point of contact for undergraduate learning management system for all stakeholders including the management of vendor relations
Support logistics for educational events
- Update and maintain library of officer education resources for undergraduate use
- Develop content for new member education programming for undergraduate chapters
- Deliver content either through electronic or face-to-face facilitation to undergraduate members
- Provide training for new member educators in person and/or electronically
- Support chapters with new member educational programming resources and coaching
- Supervise work of Coordinator of Undergraduate Education (Leadership Experiences)
- Support work of the Vice President of Education and Programming
- Manage budgets as they pertain to areas of responsibility
The following competencies have been identified as important behaviors the person in this position will need to possess and develop. The initial onboarding process, ongoing personal development and performance benchmarks for this position will focus on these job competencies:
- Manages change
- Balances stakeholders
- Establishes priorities
- Relationship building
- Direct Work
- Travel to two to three regional meetings each spring for program coordination; attend other leadership experiences dependent on staffing needs.
- This role will likely travel to two to four events each year.
- Represent the organization and act as an ambassador of Delta Tau Delta.
- Work with various departments and external audiences in communicating and achieving organization initiatives.
- Protect confidential and sensitive information.
- Attend and serve as a staff lead for division conferences, as necessary.
- Assist with other duties and projects as assigned.
Required Qualifications (Education, experience, knowledge, skills, overtime, and licenses)
- Master’s degree or a bachelor’s degree with at least two to four years of professional experience working in the fraternity or sorority industry or higher education
- Strong written and oral communication skills.
- Willingness to try new ideas and methods to accomplish something challenging and worthwhile.
Proven ability to create trust and develop relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders.
- Demonstrated aptitude to learn new knowledge and apply such to projects and programs.
- Ability to travel approximately 10-15%.
- Work includes nights and weekends.
- Valid driver’s license.
Compensation is commensurate with education and experience, starting at $52,000. Benefits include comprehensive health plans, 401k with employer match after first year of employment, a AAA membership, use of a company laptop and cell phone and the opportunity for continuing education. Based on achieving goals, this position may be eligible for an annual bonus.