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Chapter Mentor

Job Summary

The Chapter Mentor under supervision and direction of the Senior Director of Chapter Support, shall advise and mentor the provisional chapter, support Chapter leadership, and help maintain Chapter stability as best as possible. They shall work with the chapter support team to ensure support and resources are delivered as needed. They must be able to engage creatively with members and university personnel to address operational and interpersonal issues.

Essential Job Functions

  • Undergo Mentor Training as outlined by the Fraternity Office prior to the provisional chapter installation ritual

  • Maintain regular communication with the provisional chapter, the university FSL team, and relevant Fraternity Office contacts

  • Attend all provisional chapter rituals and ceremonies, conducting those the provisional chapter cannot, and training the chapter members to conduct their own

  • Ensure that the provisional chapter and its members are following the rules and directives of the Fraternity

  • Support the new member education for the founding new member class (at least one mentor will need to lead the education process)

  • Assist in the planning and execution of all provisional chapter recruitment periods, philanthropies, fundraisers, and social events

  • Assist in the creation and editing of the charter petitions

  • Ability to commit financially in terms of individual travel and family line responsibility/gifts

  • Other duties, as assigned

Required Qualifications

  • An alumnus of Delta Lambda Phi with at least one (1) year experience in a leadership/supervisory role

  • Knowledge of and experience with effective practices and resources for topics regarding justice, equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism

Preferred Qualifications

  • Leadership experience at the Chapter-level or Fraternity Office-level highly preferred

  • Knowledge of Delta Lambda Phi's current policies and procedures

  • Ability to develop innovative solutions to operational and interpersonal problems

  • Ability to work collaboratively or independently

  • Ability to guide and mentor Chapter leadership

  • Strong communication skills

Deadline for Application

The Fraternity Office is always hiring mentors for provisional chapters. Currently, we have a need for mentors for a new group at the University of San Diego.

Expected Workload

A moderate workload of approximately 6 - 8 hours per week is expected

How To Apply

Email with resume and letter of intent. You may also submit a link to your LinkedIn Profile.

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