Employment and Volunteer Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in joining the national staff of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Though the availability of employment and volunteers opportunities varies, we are always looking for bright individuals with passion, dedication and enthusiasm.

What’s it like to work at Pi Kappa Phi? Well, it’s a lot like working with your friends. Though not everyone on our team is a member of Pi Kappa Phi, we all share a common love for fraternity. Part of the reason we enjoy our work environment is because we work with a purpose—to, each day, make Pi Kappa Phi better. Within each of our various roles, we support the vision of the organization: To redefine fraternity as a lifelong brotherhood of leaders.

If you think you’ve got what it takes, browse through our current job openings and internships below to see if there is a position suited for you.

Accounting Clerk

The accounting clerk is primarily responsible for maintaining the business transactions of the greater fraternity and applying Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) to their work, others’ work, and financial records through review. The Accounting Clerk is a member of the accounting team and has substantial responsibility for collaboration and communication within other areas of the greater fraternity, including the senior accountant staff, budget managers and officers of the company.

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Chapter Success Manager

The chapter success manager serves as the primary point of contact for a designated number of chapters within the fraternity. Specifically providing consistent support to chapter officers and advisors as it relates to administrative and operational expectations, compliance and chapter finances through regular video calls and campus visits, the chapter success manager will also coach and consult to help all chapters become the ideal chapter. The chapter success manager also assists the team with ownership over various chapter-related special projects. This position is for highly organized people who can support the development of our undergraduate members and alumni volunteers, consistent with Pi Kappa Phi values and expectations.

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Technology Services Specialist

The Technology Services Specialist is an entry-level technology position primarily responsible for providing technical assistance, data integrity, and providing administrative support to the Technology staff.

The Technology Services Specialist is directly supervised by the Director of Information Systems and has the responsibility for collaboration and communication within other areas of Fraternity operations.

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Communication Director, Graphic Design

The communication director graphic design works with the chief marketing officer to create and execute the comprehensive visual design strategy for the greater enterprise (Fraternity, The Ability Experience, Foundation and Properties).

The communication director graphic design is responsible for translating design requests into a wide variety of visually appealing graphic products. These products vary in complexity of design and production and may include: publications, workbooks, infographics, social media and web design, branding projects, physical and digital signage, original artwork, presentations and interactive PDFs.

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Communication Director, Content and Digital Communications

The Communications Director Content and Digital Communications works with the Chief Marketing Officer to create and execute the fraternity's comprehensive marketing and communication strategy (branding, messaging, marketing, social media, web content and public/media relations). This position will lead digital marketing and communications and content development efforts for the greater enterprise (Fraternity, The Ability Experience, Foundation and Properties).

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Leadership Consultant

Each Consultant is assigned a region of expansion projects to recruit new members and/or a number of undergraduate associate or recently chartered chapters. In addition, consultants are also assigned to establish new Associate Chapters. Each consultant spends the fall and spring academic terms conducting in-person recruitment to start or restart chapters while supporting and coaching other new chapters on how to implement best practices of the fraternity; most commonly in the following areas: accountability, recruitment success, alumni engagement, service, general chapter operations, and administrative responsibilities.

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The Chapter Advisor partners with officers and key committee chairmen, headquarters staff members, other volunteers, and university staff members to help the chapter make intelligent, fair, and reasonable choices within the boundaries established by state, federal, and local laws, as well as Pi Kappa Phi’s standards of conduct and the applicable policies of the university. Chapter Advisors also provide students members with the appropriate amount of challenge and support to make decisions that advance the mission of both the chapter and the national organization. Chapter Advisors are appointed by the National Council in accordance with Supreme Law.

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