Jobs at Chi Phi

Chi Phi, founded in 1824 at Princeton University, is the oldest social fraternity in the United States.  Chi Phi currently has 50 Chapters and 7 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. The position also offers generous vacation and sick time in addition to salary.

In addition to our open positions, Chi Phi is always looking for volunteers at our national educational programs. For information on volunteer involvement, contact Danny Zayas, Assistant Executive Director, at

Director of Development, Chi Phi Educational Trust

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The Director of Development will work full-time to lead Chi Phi Educational Trust’s comprehensive fundraising program. They will be responsible for the enhancement of the Trust’s overall fundraising strategy, inclusive of planning, implementation and evaluation efforts, in order to build a robust and successful fundraising program.

This position’s fundraising priorities will include the identification, cultivation and solicitation of major gift prospects, stewardship and cultivation of current major gift donors, management and growth of the Trust’s Gladfelter Circle giving program (a leadership giving program comprised of donors who contribute $2,000 or more per year) and enhancement of the Trust’s annual fund giving program.

The Director of Development will be responsible for managing one staff member in addition to overseeing and managing Trust volunteers. The Director of Development will report to the Chairman of Chi Phi Educational Trust.

Leadership Consultants, Chi Phi Fraternity

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Leadership Consultants are primarily responsible for providing support and services to Chi Phi Fraternity’s undergraduate Chapters and Colonies and providing administrative oversight of the expansion process. They contribute to the successful administration of the Chi Phi Congress, the Regional Leadership Alliances, Alphas and Thetas Academy, Regional Ritual Retreats, and various Chapter workshops and trainings.

As full-time members of the Chi Phi National Office team, these individuals assume significant responsibility for developing the Fraternity on both local and national levels through curriculum development, program presentation, and organizational consulting. Leadership Consultants must be able to use independent judgment and discretion when addressing issues and creating resources for our Chapters, Colonies, and Alumni.

For questions or to apply, please send resume, cover letter, and contact information for three reference contacts to Assistant Executive Director
Danny Zayas at .