Delta Sigma Pi, Professional Business Fraternity, is seeking a new Executive Director!
Who are we?
Delta Sigma Pi is the nation’s leading co-ed professional business fraternity, with a commitment to equipping our members throughout their academic and professional careers to make a greater impact in their campus, business, civic, and personal lives. Recognized as America's best business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi attracts members from all backgrounds and walks of life pursuing degrees in economics and business at 224 colleges and universities. Founded in 1907, the Fraternity has initiated over 295,000 members and currently serve 12,000 collegiate members and 55 alumni chapters. Our founders formed Delta Sigma Pi to create a brotherhood as diverse as the business world that the Fraternity would represent. We pride ourselves on our commitment to diversity and seek to create a culture of belonging for all members.
Our founders formed Delta Sigma Pi to create a brotherhood as diverse as the business world that the Fraternity would represent. We pride ourselves on our commitment to diversity and seek to create a culture of belonging for all members.
At Delta Sigma Pi, we are committed to service. One major purpose of a business fraternity is giving back to the campus and community, and our collegiate and alumni chapters put that belief into practice every year, around the nation.
What is the role?
Delta Sigma Pi’s Central Office is seeking a new Executive Director at its headquarters located in Oxford, OH. The Executive Director serves as the CEO of the fraternity and reports to the Board of Directors via the Grand President. This role will manage, execute, communicate and coordinate the daily operations of the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi and its associated Leadership Foundation. This position works closely with the Board of Directors to create and implement the organization’s strategic plan and oversees a $3 million budget. In addition, the Executive Director is the team leader and coach to 15-20 staff members and interacts daily with our extensive network of volunteer leaders.
What will your day-to-day look like?
Creating and implementing short-term and long-term plans to ensure effective execution of the day-to-day operations of the Fraternity and Leadership Foundation
Participating in the creation and implementation of strategic plans to ensure the long-term success of the Fraternity and Foundation
Developing and maintaining an organizational structure and work environment which supports the day-to-day strategies, policies and activities of the Fraternity.
Managing the entire headquarters including decisions related to hiring, terminating, promoting and developing the staff.
Providing fiscal oversight for the Fraternity and Foundation including the managing of budgets, handling accounting practices, and vendor management
What is the work environment?
This position will require a non-traditional schedule as nights and weekends are required. The nature of the role will frequently require work beyond a standard 40-hour work week.
The role requires travel at least 25% of the time, including air travel and extensive driving.
The Executive Director must be able to attend meetings on campuses or in facilities of various sizes.
What is the compensation plan?
We offer a competitive total rewards package that includes generous health, dental, vision, 401(k), and paid time off benefits.
If you are passionate about leading a growing and thriving non-profit association, while developing great relationships both collegiate and alumni members and volunteers, we may have the perfect career opportunity for you!