Overview: To be an ambassador of Tau Kappa Epsilon and the Offices of the Grand Chapter. To oversee expansion at assigned school each semester. To promote leadership in, and on behalf of, assigned expansion and to be the groups’ main contact until the end of the semester. Ensure that your assigned expansion group is provided with value based programming and see that proper education and support is given to members in the areas of leadership development, academic achievement, volunteerism, business principles, personal life skills, and risk management issues. The expansion coordinator will live on the assigned campus during this growth and development. On-site housing, a meal stipend, and bonus opportunity is included with this position in addition to base salary.
- Be an active stimulus for chapter growth resulting in growth in number of initiates.
- Serve as primary on-site staff support for assigned groups.
- Develop and implement recruitment strategy for assigned groups.
- Assist groups with all areas of operations including recruitment, new member education, officer training, alumni relations, housing, and leadership development.
- Work with groups to ensure compliance to risk policies.
- Ensure assigned groups understand and can meet financial obligations to TKE.
- Assist in identification, education, and training of local alumni and campus advisors.
- Assist chapters and colonies within the area in the establishment of recruitment goals and goals for increasing retention rates for initiation and graduation.
- Work with groups to develop short and long-term goals while also creating strategic plans for sustainable success through work with local advisors.
- Maintain constant communication with the officers and members of assigned groups, and the alumni volunteers within the area through the various available communication tools i.e. phone, e-mail, text, etc.
- Facilitate the flow of communication among and between the undergraduate chapters and colonies, volunteers, and alumni within the area, and the Offices of the Grand Chapter.
- Promote activities which enhance academic achievement.
- Promote educational and leadership programming offered by TKE and the TKE Educational Foundation.
- Build and enhance effective relations with TKE alumni and encourage participation in leadership development and volunteer activities.
- Responsible for managing your travel budget as assigned.
- Lead groups through all aspects of the chartering process.
- Transition new groups to assignment of Fraternal Services staff.
- Assist with the development and implementation of TKE’s strategic plan.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Donor/Service Focus: Dedicated to meeting the expectations and needs of donors; recognizes and values the importance of service to others.
- Collaborative Style: Builds strong partnerships and alliances with others by identifying mutual goals and fostering open dialogue.
- Execution: Meticulous attention to detail; manages time effectively; efficiently completes multiple tasks on time; manage competing priorities.
- Proactive: Takes the initiative; seeks opportunities to beat deadlines and exceed expectations; anticipates issues before they arise.
- Effective Communication: Possesses strong oral and written communication skill.
- Conflict Management: Finds common ground and gets cooperation with minimum noise; reads situations quickly and is good at focused listening.
- Technical Skills: High level of proficiency with use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Patriot database software, including Blackbaud, are preferred.
If this mirrors your experience and skillset, then we invite you to apply for this position by submitting a cover letter, resume and list of references to Brett Widner, Chief Financial Officer, at: firstname.lastname@example.org. All resumes must be submitted by April 5, 2017.