Greek Ladders is recruiting student leaders to serve as career representatives for their fraternity and sorority chapters.
Greek Ladders was developed to give a “leg up” in the employment recruitment process and providing leadership and career development tools. Our company strives to make direct connections between candidates and employers, culminating in ideal internship and full-time employment situations.
Alternative Position Names
Career Chairman, Leadership Chairman, Professional Development Chair. This position can be blended with Alumni/ae Relations and Campus Relations.
Work with Greek Ladders staff to manage a program focused on career and leadership development for your fraternity or sorority chapter.
We recommend that the term is one year in length.
The following duties were developed to provide the greatest path of success for the Chair and Committee. The tasks are grouped in three sections, based on the committee’s stage of development.
- Encourage chapter members to register into the Greek Ladders network.
- Work with the Alumni Relations Chair to collect and record employment information (employer, position) for each alumnus.
- Maintain a list of all campus organizations and leadership opportunities as well as chapter positions for members to become involved. Resources include the chapter’s Leadership Advisor and Faculty Advisor.
- Inform chapter members to regularly log in to their Greek Ladders profile to update information, participate in resources, review internship and job opportunities, and read weekly bulletins.
- Encourage alumni/ae to register into the Greek Ladders network either as job-seeking candidates and/or career mentors.
- Maintain a roster of campus academic and scholarship information, including contact information to all university departments, tutoring resources, financial aid, and grad school.
- Work with Greek Ladders to coordinate career activities (presentations, workshops, networking functions), either for the chapter or campus-wide.
- Provide opportunities for employers to visit and present internship and full-time employment opportunities to chapter members. This involves scheduling and tracking.
The following should be utilized to properly completing the tasks listed above: Greek Ladders, campus career center, the Fraternity & Sorority Life Office, chapter Faculty Advisor, and chapter Alumnus Advisor.
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Creativity and enthusiasm.
- Attention to detail.
- Knowledge of or willingness to learn best practices in the field of academics, campus and chapter involvement, career and leadership development, training and education.
- Willingness to plan and host small group (10-100 people) leadership training programs.
- Knowledge of, and participation in, different social media platforms.
- Ability to multi-task, work independently and within a team setting.
The following are benefits offered by Greek Ladders, which may be earned for completing the above tasks and reaching specific thresholds.
- One-year completion of your position will enable Greek Ladders staff to provide a letter of recommendation for those that excelled with their involvement with Greek Ladders. We also will send a letter to all employers within our networks to recommend you for interviews.
- If you recruit 50% or more of your chapter members to sign up for Greek Ladders, you or the chapter will earn a gift certificate for the business of your choice.
- For every paid employer you recruit into the network, Greek Ladders will make a sizeable contribution to your chapter for leadership-based scholarships.
Three very simple steps to applying for this position:
- Join the Greek Ladders Career Network and complete your online profile. Click here to join.
- Send your resume in an email to Pete Parker, co-Founder of Greek Ladders.
- Click the "Apply" button, located below, to indicate your interest in the position.