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 48 Undergraduate Chapters/Associate Chapters, with plans to expand to 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 chiphi@chiphi.org.

The Coordinator of Risk Management is primarily responsible for managing the investigation, sanctioning, and incident follow-up action related to risk management incidents along with providing risk management education in relation to national education programs and individual Chapter educational needs. The Coordinator must build relationships between the Fraternity and its host institutions, Alumni, and key individuals within each Chapter. They must contribute to the successful administration of the Chi Phi Congress, Chi Phi’s regional programs, and various Chapter and Associate Chapter workshops.

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The Coordinator of Chapter Development is primarily responsible for providing support and services to Chi Phi Fraternity’s undergraduate Chapters and Associate Chapters and providing administrative oversight of the expansion process. They also oversee special projects/initiatives for the Fraternity and 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 training.

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The Leadership Consultant position is primarily responsible for providing support and services to Chi Phi Fraternity’s undergraduate Chapters and Associate Chapters 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 training.

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