Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta Gamma Chapter
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI
The Delta Gamma Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma at Michigan State University is looking for a House Director. This is a full-time live-in position and the House Director must live onsite, overnight, 7 days and 7 nights per week while the members are in residence, unless substitute arrangements have been made.
The chapter house & chapter annex are located in the historical neighborhood of East Lansing, Michigan and are walking distance from downtown and campus. The chapter house can accommodate up to 45 members and our chapter annex, adjacent to the property, can house another 5 members, who are all striving for academic excellence, while seeking the bonds of sisterhood.
As a House Director for a chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma, your general responsibilities encompass the following:
- Create and foster a warm and friendly atmosphere and ensure a productive environment for collegians and staff.
- Assist the House Board in establishing and implementing practices and procedures that elevate the quality of experiences for chapter members.
- Act as a representative for the chapter by interacting with potential new members, members, parents, alumni, service providers, university officials, and community leaders.
- Serve as the official hostess for the chapter at social events held at the chapter house and promote gracious living standards.
- Act as a liaison for all campus activities involving house directors.
- Oversee the opening and closing of the chapter house and chapter annex, including supervising summer repairs and scheduled cleaning in preparation of the school year.
- Coordinate and supervise day to day facility management, small repairs, and maintenance including those undertaken when school is and is not in session.
- Manage on-going maintenance work, including scheduling and gathering quotes/contracts, as directed.
- Manage multiple service providers and serve as the on-site contact for all contractors and vendors while maintaining a professional working relationship with all parties, including but not limited to members, volunteers and guests.
- Coordinate scheduled inspections of both facilities and surrounding grounds, including regular inspection of safety and related devices.
- Oversee lawn and landscape services.
- Arrange for regular pest control service.
- Oversee food vendor service and quality.
- Manage, hire, train and oversee housekeeping staff as necessary.
- Ensure the facilities are orderly with a focus on the safety and well-being of chapter members.
- In conjunction with housekeeping staff, order and maintain adequate levels of cleaning supplies and equipment.
- Maintain financial books, ledgers, and records including paying all bills on time, preparing payroll, and maintaining orderly financial records.
- Collect invoices from vendors, verify amounts, and ensure work is satisfactorily completed
- Make minor purchases up to $250.00 for operational expenses.
- Attend regularly scheduled HB meetings and present the House Director report.
- Present to the House Board annually on needed improvements and upkeep of the facility including house repairs and equipment replacement.
- Communicate regularly with the House Board President, Chapter President, Chapter House Manager, housekeeping, chef, and live-in members.
- Immediately report any activity that could be in violation of Kappa Kappa Gamma or University policy or a violation of state or federal law to the HB President or any HB member.
- Communicate any unusual issues within the chapter house/annex to the Chapter President and Chapter Advisor.
- Maintain confidentiality of all Kappa Kappa Gamma information, business, member practices.
- Perform other miscellaneous duties.
· Fluent English (Required)
· Driver's License (Required)
· US work authorization (Required)
· Bachelor's degree (Preferred)
· Previous experience in property management or facilities management: 3 years (Preferred)
· Previous experience as a sorority house director and/or working with college students.
· Exceptional communication skills
· Highly organized
· Ability to manage internal and external resources
· Basic bookkeeping skills
· Competent with QuickBooks, Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Applications, Zoom, email, scanning and texting.
· Living onsite is required
· Lift and carry up to 25 lbs.
· Climb stairs several time per day
· Read and understand invoices, manuals, labels, and policies.
· May work extended hours and/or non-traditional hours. I.E., emergencies 24/7 and chapter events
· Work indoor and outdoor
· Must possess valid driver’s license and personal transportation
· Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19
· Must pass a criminal background check and drug test
In addition to salary, the following items are provided for use for free:
- Private apartment (partially furnished)
- Internet access & Wi-Fi
- Cable TV & DVR
- Computer with printer/scanner (for business and personal use)
- Meals included during academic year
- On-site vehicle parking
- Laundry facilities
- Trash removal
- Cell phone stipend
- Food stipend (during the summer months)
Start Date: August 01, 2022
Please send Cover Letter, Resume, and References.
**Facilities are an alcohol-free, smoke-free, drug-free, pet-free, and firearms-free property**
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: From $32,000.00 per year
- Flexible schedule
- Paid time off
- Monday to Friday
- On call
- Weekend availability
Ability to commute/relocate:
- East Lansing, MI: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)
- Driver's License (Required)
Work Location: One location