2024-25 Chapter Consultant
Fully Remote

The Chapter Consultant advises assigned collegiate chapters on effective chapter management, including public relations, educational programs, administrative operations, and recruitment/retention. Chapter Consultants are expected to travel full-time and may be assigned to provide continuous support in one or more locations. However, there are times the role is asked to fulfill a combination of travel and stationary support.


Chapter Consultation

  • Gather, analyze and study chapter data relating to strengths and challenges; evaluate possible course of conduct, development and propose changes; provide consultation in the implementation of proposed changes and identify opportunities for headquarters and volunteers to provide assistance; consult chapter leadership on short-term and long-term objectives; and provide consultation and advice on day-to-day operational issues
  • Identify, evaluate, and assess situations that pose a potential liability/risk to the chapter; determine and recommend to chapter leadership responses to such situations; consult chapter leadership with respect to implementation of recommended responses; and conduct training of chapter leadership on risk management
  • Exercise independent judgment to develop and conduct workshops for existing and new chapter leadership on chapter management, safety/risk management, communication skills, marketing/recruiting, and retention 
  • Travel by air and/or vehicle to collegiate chapters up to 100% of position term; transport supplies and other items or materials to chapters, including chapters outside the chapter consultant’s home state; must be able to utilize a personal vehicle for work purposes based on assignment and schedule
  • Advise chapters on recruitment and retention of members, including marketing, membership selection and member education and development
  • Identify and recruit potential members for the organization; build and cultivate relationships with potential members on campuses, campus community and the larger fraternity/sorority communities
  • Meet deadlines in writing and distributing detailed reports internally to staff members and externally to constituents including collegiate members, volunteers, and host institutions 
  • Lead the execution and implementation of recruitment strategies and events; enforce policy during visits; respond as necessary to behavior and events that violate policies
  • Performs other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned

Relationship Management

  • Develop and maintain relationships with chapter leadership throughout the academic year; communicate regularly with chapter-related volunteers
  • Evaluate collegiate chapter advisory board needs and collect data as necessary
  • Communicate chapter advisory needs to staff and volunteers; assist and educate advisors
  • Develop and propose strategies designed to foster and maintain relationships within the fraternity and sorority community, volunteers, and the host institution; actively direct and participate in meetings with representatives of the aforementioned groups


  • Leads special projects as assigned
  • Attends and actively participates in all identified consultant training sessions in entirety
  • Attends ad hoc and routine meetings as necessary
  • Represents Alpha Chi Omega at requested industry events and meetings
  • Specific job responsibilities and projects will be assigned and directed by leadership