Leadership Consultants Job Description

Theta Phi Alpha’s Leadership Consultant (LC) position is a paid 35-week position reporting to the Director of Collegiate Services. Through training and experience, the LC position will provide both professional and leadership development opportunities that will be carried with her beyond her consultant days.   

The Leadership Consultant duties shall include:

Be assigned a chapter and/or emerging chapter to provide support including, but not limited to:

  • Evaluating the status and progress of each chapter assigned
  • Organizing chapter communication and meeting structure frequently throughout the semester
  • Operating remotely through communication with chapter officers in a one-on-one or group setting in order to assess the chapter's strengths, weaknesses, and overall quality of their day-to-day operations
  • Establishing deeper connections with chapter members and chapter officers while working virtually and in-person in order to have a stable understanding of the chapter culture
  • Communicating both written and verbally to the chapters, national organization and its constituents
  • Working with the national office and the assigned chapter to provide goals and plans of action

As an employee of Theta Phi Alpha, the LC must act as an official representative of the national organization and in this capacity will be asked to:

  • Maintain confidentiality with all chapter and national matters
  • Possible travel by land and/or air to all assigned areas dependent on chapter needs and LC observation
  • Comprehend, uphold and enforce all Theta Phi Alpha National policies and procedures
  • Develop an understanding of all Theta Phi Alpha programs (e.g. My Sister, My Friend, Recruitment Modules, Behind Happy Faces and Dignity U) and be prepared to implement these programs where necessary
  • Conduct other educational workshops for chapters as needed
  • Complete all written reports in a timely manner
  • Maintain weekly contact with the Director of Collegiate Services, and other members of the National Office staff as appropriate
  • Identify Theta Phi Alpha's national history, and understand the operational aspects of the national organization, including the National Office
  • Understand the Unanimous Agreements of the National Panhellenic Conference
  • Perform other reasonable duties as directed in writing by the Director of Collegiate Services, Executive Director, or member of the National Office staff

Professional and Leadership opportunities could include:

  • Attendance at a Officer Leadership Training and/or Theta Phi Alpha's National Convention
  • Facilitation at incoming LC training
  • Workshop and/or program development  


Email questions to Ashley Crews, Director of Collegiate Services at [email protected]