Director of Programming

Location: Flexible
Position: Full-time
Department: Programming
Direct Report: Senior Director of Programming

About Phi Kappa Psi

Phi Kappa Psi is a men’s social fraternity that was founded in 1852 in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. The Fraternity has 96 undergraduate groups with 5,500 undergraduate members, 44 alumni groups, and 90,000 living alumni. All undergraduate groups operate on 4-year university and college campuses across the country.

Your Impact

Phi Kappa Psi is seeking a talented and passionate professional to build learning experiences in the newly created Director of Programming role. The Director will work with the Programming team to identify and address relevant needs and build creative educational opportunities for undergraduate members. The Director will create and refine the curriculum for all Phi Kappa Psi undergraduate educational programs and expand in-person experiences such as Explore, Launch, Outreach, and maintain the virtual Embark, Ascend curriculum. Believing in the importance of becoming a well-rounded individual through the fraternity experience, Phi Kappa Psi’s suite of programming will focus on nine dimensions of wellness: emotional, physical, spiritual, social, intellectual, occupational, environmental, financial, and cultural health and all programs will utilize the “Mind, Heart, and Soul” model.

Position-Specific Responsibilities
  • Collaborate with other staff departments to identify educational needs and appropriate program-based solutions
  • Develop, design, and maintain the content and curriculum of in-person leadership programs in alignment with identified learning outcomes, the Mind, Heart, and Soul model and the 9 Dimensions of Wellness
  • Ensure existing virtual program curriculum, supporting materials, and resources are up to date, and create new courses as needed
  • Coordinate participant and volunteer logistics as it relates to in-person programming
  • Attend all in-person programs as required to support volunteers and ensure a positive participant experience
  • Serve as a staff liaison to the volunteer-based Programming Committee as needed
Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher education institution
  • Master’s degree preferred with 3+ years of experience related to position responsibilities
  • Commitment to providing enriching experiences to all members
  • Experience in writing curriculum and instructional design
  • Experience with program assessment and evaluation
  • Experience in facilitating educational workshops, teaching and/or training
  • Strong communication skills – both oral and written – and a confident presence with a variety of audiences, including undergraduates, alumni, and volunteers
  • Ability to work independently, and collaboratively, as needed to produce quality deliverables in a timely fashion
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously
Nice to Haves
  • Experience in event planning, budget management, and leadership programming
  • Experience working with online learning management systems (LMS) and course development software
  • Membership in, or working with, Fraternities and/or Sororities preferred
  • Preferred knowledge and experience working with a servant leadership model
Internal Relationships

The Director of Programming will report to the Senior Director of Programming and will regularly collaborate and cooperate with other Fraternity and Foundation staff members and departments.

External Relationships

The Director of Programming will have regular contact with undergraduate students, alumni advisors, and volunteers. The Director is expected to maintain appropriate relationships with interfraternal colleagues and university officials and may also represent the Programming team at professional conferences and interfraternal functions.

Salary Range and Benefits
  • Negotiable, depending on experience level, with a highly competitive benefit package.
  • There will be an opportunity for this role to participate in funded training/courses to develop skills and proficiency in course designing software.
  • While Phi Kappa Psi currently provides a hybrid work environment for employees living near Indianapolis, IN., full-time remote candidates will be considered for this role.
  • For any further questions, please email Devin Basile, Senior Director of Member Development, at
Non-Discrimination Policy

Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity is an equal opportunity employer and that, as required by law, equal employment opportunities be available to all persons without regard to any category protected under the law (including race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or handicap or disability). This policy applies to all employees and applicants for employment and to all phases of employment including hiring, promotion, demotion, and treatment during employment, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and termination of employment.



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