Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Assistant Director of Operations

To apply: Send your resume and a cover letter to Jackie H. Gellinger, Assistant Executive Director at jackie@sam.org.

Basic Function

Full-time position to lead efforts to improve member experience based on enhanced usage of data and technology to advance the mission of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. Improves customer service and organizational efficiency by maximizing the fraternity’s database.

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Manage vendor relationships, including Salesforce/ChapterSpot, GreekBill, and our merchandise vendor
  2. Develops standard operating procedures to improve organizational efficiency and automation of processes, data, and metrics associated with the strategic plan and membership experience.
  3. Manage partnerships, logistics, and data related to the membership experience, such as Candidate Education requirements, roster management, and educational program assessment and data
  4. Leads technology, training, and troubleshooting of the organization’s systems.
  5. Distribute and scale resources designed to enhance the undergraduate experience while maintaining files, manuals, and educational material in the Resource Center.
  6. Processes production and logistics of all membership materials from candidate registration through initiation or that vendor for fulfillment.

 

Secondary Responsibilities:

  1. Provide coaching, training, and leadership development to chapters and their members. 
  2. Travel as a representative of Sigma Alpha Mu for expansion, presentations, training, chapter operations, and international educational programs as needed.
  3. Serves as the primary staff liaison to several chapters as determined in collaboration with the Assistant Executive Director. 
  4. Liaison to the assessment subcommittee of the education committee

 

Skills Needed

  • Detail-oriented with a “big picture” vision and professional work practices under pressure while meeting all applicable deadlines.
  • Strong analytical thinking and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, collaboration and teamwork, customer service skills, organizational and delegation skills, and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work independently and remain motivated and deadline-oriented.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Member of the Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity Preferred

 

Expectations

  • This role will require flexible hours of work as student schedules vary and timelines for projects are maintained
  • Relocation to Indianapolis, IN preferred, remote or hybrid options considered

 

Technical/Computer Skills:

  • Ability to effectively use email, Google Suite, Salesforce, and Microsoft Office software programs.
  • ChapterSpot/Salesforce experience.
  • Ability and willingness to effectively use other job-related technology tools.

 

Physical Demands:

  • Ability to stand under ⅓ of the time.
  • Ability to walk under ⅓ of the time.
  • Ability to sit more than ⅔ of the time.
  • Ability to talk or hear from ⅓ to ⅔ of the time.
  • Ability to lift 20 lbs. under ⅓ of the time.

 

Travel:

  • Travel estimated 15-20%, including weekends.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and have the ability to fly domestically and internationally

 

Benefits:

  • $50,000 annually
  • Employer-paid benefits
  • Monthly phone stipend
  • Housing provided in Indianapolis, IN or remote considered
    • Housing is a shared 4-bedroom apartment attached to Headquarters with its own kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry facilities
    • All utilities are included

House Director/Resident Advisor

To apply, email Mike Weiner, Property Manager at SAM Property Management, at mike@sam.org.

 

Overview:  House Directors/Resident Advisors are usually graduate students living in a chapter facility that provides advisory and supervisory support on a part-time basis.

 

Specific Duties:

  1. Meet weekly with chapter officers to review chapter operations and assist officers with chapter issues.
  2. Meet with university officials to discuss the chapter’s progress and any areas for improvement.
  3. Meet with new members upon affiliation and review Sigma Alpha Mu Risk Management Policy.
  4. Coordinate a semester life-safety inspection of the chapter facility and assist the Risk Manager with holding evacuation drills.
  5. Educate and advise chapter members on risk management issues.
  6. Maintain weekly contact with chapter advisors and attend any advisory board meetings.
  7. Work with the landlord or its representative to coordinate maintenance activities.
  8. Attend one chapter meeting per month.
  9. Encourage good housekeeping and sanitation for disease prevention and safety.
  10. Assist the chapter with goal setting and leadership development.

Reports to:  SAM Property Management, LLC

Compensation:  Room, board (with chapter meals program) and a $1,500 monthly stipend 

Minimum Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree and a graduate student.

 

To apply, email Mike Weiner, Property Manager at SAM Property Management, at mike@sam.org.

Growth Consultant

 

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Overview 

Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity is seeking multiple growth-minded professionals to join our Headquarters staff. Growth Consultant is a full-time position responsible for establishing new chapters of Sigma Alpha Mu, supporting the development of provisional chapters, and providing chapters with growth resources and coaching. 

 

Growth Consultants will play a vital role in executing key growth initiatives of the SAM 2030 Strategic Plan and transforming Sigma Alpha Mu into the first choice of collegians seeking a forward-thinking, inclusive fraternity which enhances the university experience and prepares the fraternity member for a fulfilling life.

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the planning and execution of 2-3 expansion projects per semester.
  • Manage a project pipeline, leads generation, and relationship development to recruit new members of Sigma Alpha Mu.
  • Coordinate small activities, events, and ceremonies for undergraduates, alumni, and guests. 
  • Develop and oversee the usage of expansion project budgets.
  • Create marketing and communications strategies and materials to be used on expansion projects.
  • Build partnerships with key stakeholders including, fraternity and sorority advisors, campus faculty and staff, community partners, and alumni to support the successful growth and development of provisional chapters.
  • Grow and develop relationships using Customer Relationship Management software (Salesforce) to support the confirmation of future projects.
  • Conduct regular coaching calls with provisional chapters and chapter leadership.
  • Develop and scale growth resources designed to enhance chapter growth.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of international growth systems and tools.
  • Monitor and increase usage of current growth resources. (ChapterBuilder, Phired Up Recruitment Classroom, etc.)
  • Provide coaching, training, and leadership development to chapters and their members.
  • Develop and lead regular growth webinars and trainings.
  • Lead personalized growth training, workshops, and retreats for chapter members and alumni as needed.
  • Travel as a representative of Sigma Alpha Mu for expansion, growth visitations, presentations, training, investigations, and international educational programs as needed.
  • Foster relationships with new and existing interfraternal colleagues in the areas of expansion, growth and recruitment.
  • Pursue continuing development and education on topics related to your position.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Skills Needed:

  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously.
  • Strong self-motivation and the ability to work effectively as a team member.
  • Strong interpersonal and social skills.
  • Proficient communications skills including writing, speaking, and facilitating.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Understanding of fraternity and sorority and campus life.
  • Willingness to travel for extended periods of time.
  • Preference is given to members of Sigma Alpha Mu.

 

Compensation:

  • $36,000
  • Employer-paid benefits
  • Housing provided in Indianapolis, IN or remote considered

 

Immediate Supervisor: Director of Growth

 

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Membership Experience Specialist

 

 

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Basic Function

Learns the internal operation of the Fraternity, and develops working relationships with the chapters; makes assessments of the status of chapters; generates new chapters, develops colonies to chapter status, and provides problem-solving assistance when needed in areas of chapter operations, risk management, recruitment, etc.

 

Specific Responsibilities

Conducts chapter visitations and maintains regular contact with assigned chapters.

Represents international fraternity and participates in meetings with chapter officers, members, Greek and chapter advisors, volunteers, and other alumni.

Attends chapter functions.

Completes chapter visitation report and annual chapter health report.

Conducts training seminars at Chapter Leaders Days.

Conducts other training as required.

Prepares information packets and educational materials.

Assists in Convention organization and registration.

Assists in Chapter Leader Days planning and presentation.

Conducts Risk Management educational programs.

Participates in recruitment training of chapters and assists in external expansion activities, including conducting expansion and recruitment visits to new schools.

Educates members on Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation programs.

Other duties as reasonably assigned.

Skills Needed

Effective listening, communication skills, and comfortable speaking to groups

Ability to create reports

Familiarity with email, Microsoft Office Suite, and general computer usage

Time Management

Willingness to travel extensively

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree

Member of the Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity Preferred

Immediate Supervisor: Assistant Executive Director

 

 

 

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Communications Intern

 

Communications Intern (Part-Time – 5+ hours/week, Unpaid)

Are you a content developer/storyteller looking for an international brand to demonstrate your abilities? We are looking for your help to share the Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity story! Our fraternal culture is focused on building inclusive teams, where differences in perspectives are embraced so you can contribute to your fullest potential as you pursue your career. The internship position is remote and will require flexible hours to collaborate along with a self-starter approach to your work. 

Responsibility

This internship supports the Marketing and Communications Team through Social Media campaigns and communications project management from strategy to execution. You will be tasked with creating and editing branded content, and other tasks as assigned. 

Requirements

  • Must have a computer and internet access. 
  • Ability to manage multiple projects in a deadline-driven environment
  • Create clear and engaging content and materials
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate clearly and work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures

 

Skills Needed

Writing/Editing/Proofreading Ability

Creativity

Time Management 

Education and Experience

Working toward an undergraduate degree. We may be able to work with you on any class credit requirements.

Proficient in Microsoft Office/Google Drive (required)

Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (preferred)

Canva.com design experience (preferred)

Immediate Supervisor   

Director of Communications and Alumni Engagement

The deadline for the 2022 Communications resume submissions is June  1, 2022. Interviews will begin mid-June. 

Any questions, please contact the Director of Communications and Alumni Engagement Kelby Dolan at kelby@sam.org.