Leadership Consultant Applications

Now Accepting Applications for the
2021–2022 Academic Year

Applications open through March 22, 2021

Spend the upcoming year working for your sorority as a Leadership Consultant! A Sigma Delta Tau Leadership Consultant acts as an official representative of the National Organization to all undergraduate chapters. This role is a full-time, paid position. Leadership Consultants visit chapters virtually, may travel to chapters to support specified efforts, and could temporarily reside at chapters across the country to work on long-term initiatives.

*Sigma Delta Tau will abide by all CDC recommendations and guidelines throughout the 2021-2022 academic year. Applicants should be prepared to remain flexible in accordance with the structure of the position. 


Perks of the Job

  • Meet many new people from all sorts of diversified backgrounds
  • Establish ongoing relationships with new sisters, including students and volunteers
  • Network with sisters across all professional levels in varied fields
  • Develop, practice, and advance a large variety of fields and skillsets including:
    • Education/Higher Education/Classroom Management
    • Marketing/PR
    • Recruiting/Sales
    • Communication (verbal/written/virtual)
    • Presenting/Public Speaking
    • Event Planning/Executing
    • Risk Reduction and Response
    • Managing/Directing/Overseeing 
    • Time-Management/Organizational
  • Create a schedule specific to your needs and work remotely/in your own space
  • Gain independence through self-reliant work
  • Challenge yourself to being bold and trying new things in fresh environments
  • Apply personal creativity to lead and develop chapter ideas/implementations

Consultant Responsibilities

  • Train Chapter Officers and Committee Chairmen
  • Provide guidance and serve as a mentor to chapter leadership
  • Help chapters execute recruitment (formal/primary, informal, and COB)
  • Carry out the National Policies, and educate chapters on the National Policies
  • Educate undergraduates in all areas of chapter operations and programming
  • Identify chapter deficiencies and assist in solutions development
  • Consult with chapter advisors, recruitment specialists, and regional directors
  • Represent Sigma Delta Tau to university administrators
  • Assist the Extension Team (when applicable)
  • Serve as a public relations ambassador
  • Work with the local college Panhellenic
  • Submit written reports, time sheets, and expense reports in a timely manner
  • Develop new resource materials for the national organization
  • Plan and facilitate time accordingly during scheduled chapter visits
  • Represent the national organization at regional and national conferences (when applicable)
  • Serve as liaison between the local chapter and National Volunteers/Headquarters
  • Serve as an educator, spokesperson, and advisor

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Must be a member of Sigma Delta Tau in good standing
  • Advanced customer service skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Google Drive, & Office 365
  • Demonstrates leadership skills through undergraduate experience
  • Demonstrates strong values and ethical decision-making