A staff position tasked to develop, implement and assess educational initiatives for undergraduate members is available to a creative professional motivated to provide values-based educational programming to the Fraternity’s membership.
Delta Tau Delta is accepting resumes for the Director of Membership Education. The successful candidate will communicate and forward the mission and values of Delta Tau Delta beginning with new members and continuing throughout the undergraduate experience.
Primary responsibilities of the director include:
1.Continued development, management and implementation of the Fraternity’s membership education and personal development program. 2.Assist in the development of initiatives to provide ongoing educational programming for chapter officers including online initiatives. 3.Development of conference and convention curriculum and related programming. 4.Providing strategic leadership with regard to trends in education and curriculum design.
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•(Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in a related field (student affairs, education, higher education, etc.) preferred. •Minimum of two years of relevant work experience (graduate assistantships considered), preferably in higher education, training, curriculum development, or the fraternity/sorority field. •Knowledge of student development theory and adult learning theory. •Strong written and oral communication skills, curriculum/program development experience, critical thinking skills, project management abilities, attention to detail, and facilitation abilities. •Ability to multi-task while prioritizing deadlines and deliverables. •Conference and/or event planning preferred. •Prior association or fraternity experience required. •Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook
About Delta Tau Delta Fraternity
Delta Tau Delta has 137 chapters and colonies in 39 states and the District of Columbia with a membership of more than 10,000 undergraduates and more than 120,000 living members.
Delta Tau Delta is a values-based fraternity founded in 1858. Its mission, “Committed to Lives of Excellence,” is what the Fraternity seeks to represent at its host institutions. Delta Tau Delta strives to develop its members’ leadership skills, seeks superior academic achievement, promotes community service efforts and helps its members launch successful careers.