Kappa Delta Epsilon Omicron Chapter House Corporation
March 9, 2017
Job Type


The Epsilon Omicron chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority at the University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL) has an opening for a professional, personable, energetic, organized, full time, live-in female House Director.

The chapter house has a capacity of 28 members (total chapter membership is approx. 170).

The House Director is an employee of the chapter’s House Corporation. The House Director will work closely with the chapter's House Corporation and House Manager. The House Director’s primary responsibility is managing a gracious, well-organized, fiscally sound, safe and secure, smoothly operating house.

Must be onsite, overnight, 7 nights per week when members are in residence, except when prior arrangements have been made for other supervision.

Candidate must enjoy working with collegiate women in a harmonious manner, have the ability to budget, plan meals and order food, work effectively with staff and service providers, and encourage an optimal housing experience for the chapter.

Duties will include, but are not limited to: - Ensures a safe and productive environment for collegians - Oversees the opening and closing of the chapter house each semester and supervises contracted work during the summer as needed. - Supervises employees, including housekeeping service, landscaper, handy man, and kitchen staff - Plans and coordinates meal services including the budgets and purchases related to food service and household supplies. -Serves as official hostess for the Chapter. - Expends budgeted funds made available to her in accordance with the House Corporation budget. - Communicates house maintenance issues to the House Corporation - Adheres to campus, Sorority, and chapter policies and rules. - Creates and fosters a comfortable atmosphere within the chapter house; creating a "home-away-from-home" environment - Communicates any unusual trends and/or problems within the House Corporation.

REQUIRED SKILLS - Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills. - Ability to perform basic functions of Microsoft Office. - Ability to scan and email documents to advisors and House Corporation on a regular basis and communicate with House Corporation primarily through email. - Ability to work independently and maintain confidential information. - Ability to interact professionally and diplomatically with students, parents, alumnae, service providers, and community resources. - Strong interpersonal skills, particularly with college-age women, including patience, flexibility, and a sense of humor. - Ability to climb up flights of stairs and lift 25 pounds if necessary. - Basic bookkeeping. - Positive, solution-focused attitude.