Chi Phi, founded in 1824 at Princeton University, is the oldest social fraternity in the United States. Chi Phi currently has 46 Chapters and 2 active Colonies, with plans to expand to least seven more campuses in the upcoming years. The Chi Phi office is a dynamic team environment with opportunities to grow and develop in all areas of Fraternity operations.
The Fraternity provides a generous benefits package which includes medical, vision, and dental insurance, long term disability, the maximum allowable travel per-diem allowance, and cell phone expenses. Positions also offer generous vacation and sick time in addition to salary.
Chi Phi is always looking for volunteers at our national educational programs. For information on volunteer involvement, contact the National Office at email@example.com.
The Director of Communications is responsible for creating, monitoring, and maintaining digital and personal relations with members and partners of the Chi Phi Fraternity. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Director of Communications will hold an important role in coordinating the successful administration of the Chi Phi Mission, Values, and Vision by supporting Chapters, active members, and Alumni through various avenues.
This role will manage the publication of The Chakett, Chi Phi’s bi-annual magazine, oversee Fraternity communication and publication projects, such as strategic plans, annual reports, events, celebrations, and new programming initiatives and ensure that staff members and other key stakeholders are aware of current communication activities, priorities, and their integration with the Fraternity’s goals and objectives.