specifically, a leadership consultant's responsibilities include:
- Building stronger relationships with chapters, advisers, house corporations and universities.
- Facilitating in-depth goal-setting/programming sessions with chapters and colonies.
- Assisting with expansion, recruitment and colony development.
- Developing resources, programs, workshops and presentations to support constituents.
- Working with chapters on the Chapter Excellence Plan (CEP).
- Assisting in the planning, preparation, and execution of the Winter Educational Conference and Leadership Institute.
- Member of Delta Upsilon Fraternity.
- Clear understanding of Delta Upsilon's mission and four founding principles.
- Degree from an accredited four-year college or university.
- Demonstrated leadership within the Fraternity and/or student organizations.
- Desire for extensive travel and relocation to Indianapolis, IN.
- Ownership or full access to an insured vehicle.
- Professional conduct and appearance.
What training will I receive and how would this job prepare me for my next career move?
Serving as a Leadership Consultant provides many opportunities, responsibilities, and freedoms that most positions cannot offer at the entry level. Here are some of the skills you will develop on a daily basis: facilitation training; professionalism; leadership development; etiquette/dress for success; professional writing; computer training; presentation skills; travel tips; time management; project management; recruitment training; networking; financial planning and budgeting; customer service skills; team courses and team building; confrontation; negotiation
How will this job fit into my future plans?
Serving on the Delta Upsilon Professional Staff can be a springboard to a variety of future opportunities.
Because of the travel experience and high level of responsibility given to our staff members, many have found success marketing their experience to employers. Many former Leadership Consultants have gone on to medical school, law school or pursued other graduate programs.
Additionally, universities often provide opportunities for former staff members to work as graduate assistants while they attend graduate school.
Applications are due February 1. Application process is rolling and positions may fill sooner.If you know of candidates, or are interested, please contact Karl Grindel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317.875.8900