Education Specialist

Job Summary


The Education Specialist serves as a coordinator and content developer for the Fraternity Office, on projects that primarily relate to new member education and educational programming. They also work collaboratively with the Director of Educational Initiatives and the other co-specialists within the Education and Programming Team.


Essential Job Functions

  • Provide advice, guidance, training, and educational materials for chapters and provisional chapters.

  • Manage and maintain essential educational platforms on LambdaU (e.g., Exordium: New Member Education Program and the New Member Educator training).

  • Curate educational resources, operational best practices, and external resources for use by all Brothers.

  • Facilitate reviews of educational materials and programs.

  • Organize small trainings/presentations for the Fraternity Office and individual chapters.

  • Work collaboratively with Regional Directors and Assistant Regional Directors to provide needed resources for chapters and provisional chapters.

  • Fulfill other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

  • An Alumnx of Delta Lambda Phi

  • Bachelor’s degree and traditional (degree, employment) or non-traditional (service, volunteer work, etc.) experience in education or pedagogy

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

  • Ability to develop and revise educational materials through research for information and resources

  • Ability to work collaboratively and independently

  • Strong communication skills (convey ideas effectively and respectfully, respond to emails in a timely fashion, etc.)

Preferred Qualifications

  • Familiarity with “backwards design” or other curriculum development frameworks

  • Ability to construct, lead, and co-facilitate workshops and trainings

  • Ability to seek out and gather external resources as needed

  • Ability to identify trends and anticipate needs of diverse populations

  • Prior experience in program implementation and event planning

Expected Workload

  • 3-5 hours per week (including travel time) throughout the year.

How to Apply

Submit your cover letter and resume/CV to talent@dlp.org. Please include Fraternity and related professional experience as well as references (preferably one Fraternity Office Staff Member AND two Brothers that you have worked with or two professional references). Please be sure to list the position in the subject line of the email.



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