Under the direction of the House Corporation Board (HCB), the House Director’s primary responsibility is managing a gracious, well-organized, fiscally sound, safe and secure, smoothly operating sorority house.
- Excellent organization and communication abilities.
- Basic bookkeeping.
- Knowledge of Google Suite products (gmail, drive, docs, sheets, etc), as well as Microsoft Office.
- Positive solution-focused attitude.
- Ability to interact professionally and diplomatically with students, parents, alumnae, service providers and community resources.
- Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to work with college-age women, patience, flexibility and a sense of humor
- Ability to climb up and down several flights of stairs and lift 25 pounds if necessary
- Previous House Director experience
- Property management experience
- Proven managerial skills
- Maintains a safe and productive environment for residents.
- Implements HCB policies and procedures.
- Manage and direct multiple service providers.
- Coordinates routine maintenance.
- Develop and implement strategy for the long-term care and upkeep of the facility, which is presented to the House Corporation Board.
- Coordinates with food service provider.
- Coordinate and implements input from the collegians.
- Maintain the physical structure of the house and provide prompt communication of house maintenance issues to the HCB.
- Manages and oversee all minor repairs under $500. Notifies HCB of major repairs that exceed $500 with estimates that need to be done. Reports immediately to the HCB, all damages which require insurance claims.
- Communicates any unusual trends and/or problems within the chapter to the chapter adviser.
- Adheres to campus, Fraternity and chapter policies and rules.
- Communicates regularly with chapter president and house manager.
- Encourages proper social graces and etiquette among members.
- Serves as the official hostess for the chapter at social events held at the chapter house.
- Creates a “home away from home” atmosphere within the chapter house.
- Coordinate opening and closing of the house
TIME COMMITTMENT and BENEFITS: Forty plus hour work week with room and board provided. Must be onsite overnight except when prior arrangements have been made for other adult supervision. All meals will be provided when the collegians are in the house.
**This is a smoke, alcohol, and firearms free environment.