Coordinator of Leadership and Curriculum Development
The Coordinator of Leadership and Curriculum Development assists in the creation, development and implementation of curriculum and resources for collegiate and alumnae members. This includes large scale events, as well as content for chapter meetings and programs. The coordinator supports the development of the collegiate member educational and leadership experience. The coordinator utilizes technology as it relates to member needs to update current programming, as well as for the creation of new programming. This position will be based at the Phi Mu Fraternity Headquarters in Peachtree City, Georgia.
- Develop online educational and training tools utilizing software and programs that Phi Mu owns.
- Research cutting edge and new technology that can be utilized for education and training to meet the needs of our members.
- Manage the Learning Center and Document Library on the website. Upload new material and trouble shoot technical issues.
- Supervise volunteer committees within the department as assigned.
- Assist in the development, updating and revision of educational curriculum and officer resources for training programs; manuals; e-learning; conferences; and workshops to be utilized by collegiate members, volunteer officers and staff members.
- Assist in the development and revision of leadership, programing, presentation and teambuilding resources for national officers, area officers and chapter members. Create “train the trainer” resources to enable others to facilitate.
- Assist in the organization, planning and implementation of annual leadership programs such as the Phi Mu Leadership Institute and Officer Academy. Present educational programs at chapters, leadership conferences, and conventions; as well as at regional student leadership conferences and national professional conferences (such as SEPC and AFA).
- Oversee National Ritual Celebration Week including collaboration with Phi Mu volunteers and interfraternal partners to provide educational programming, webinars and other resources for members.
- Keep up to date on current issues facing collegiate and alumnae women; provide resource materials on current issues to staff and volunteers.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Proven experience building relationships, setting and meeting goals.
- Ability to be creative and consider new ways to deliver content.
- Strong attention to detail.
- Knowledge or willingness to learn about online learning and work with a Learning Management System (LMS).
- Ability to plan and execute events.
- Experience facilitating meetings, programs or workshops.
- Adaptability and flexibility.
- Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information appropriately.
- Exceptional phone, verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to work independently as well as on a team.
- Ability to manage a volunteer team.
- Must be a professional who takes initiative.
- Previous Phi Mu or campus experience.
- Experience with writing curriculum.
- Knowledge of social media and online learning platforms such as Interact.
- Experience with online learning tools such as Articulate Storyline II.
Required Level of Education:
Please submit a cover letter, resume and three references to Director of Leadership & Curriculum Development Jill Mahar at email@example.com.
Applications will be reviewed beginning March 30, 2018.