The National Council is made up of driven Phi Gamma Nu alumni who are committed to working hand-in-hand with our members to create stronger business leaders, who will not only create better businesses but also improve our communities. While the National Council is the core strategic team, we rely heavily on our directors who help us execute our strategic vision nationwide. Click to learn more about our open positions and apply today!
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE MARCH 15. ELECTIONS WILL TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, APRIL 8 BETWEEN 10 AM - NOON CT.
The Vice President of External Operations is responsible for growing and strengthening Phi Gamma Nu’s Alumni community, developing external revenue streams, and building Phi Gamma Nu’s professional network and corporate alliances.
As a National Council member, the Vice President of External has a responsibility to The National Fraternity of Phi Gamma Nu to help build and maintain responsible and sustainable business practices that ensure the Fraternity’s longevity. Specific tactics include: Alumni: Engage alumni across the U.S. and globally through events and communications Further the connection between alumni and chapter by hosting in-person and virtual events. Corporate Relations: Establish relationships with corporations, job recruitment firms, and other companies that may benefit The National Fraternity of Phi Gamma Nu and its chapters Assist chapters in developing and running corporate engagement activities National Council: Participate and shape National Council strategy, tactics and programs Vote on business critical National Council issues Appoint and manage directors to share in the execution of various tasks and projects for the Alumni and Corporate Relations Committees Time Commitments: Two year commitment, this position is elected every two years starting April 2018 – April 2020 Monthly National Council conference calls Five Chapter President’s conference calls per year 2 - 5 hours per week National Council members are expected to attend the annual National Convention held in the Spring. The National Fraternity of Phi Gamma Nu will cover the travel costs. Qualifications and Education Requirements Phi Gamma Nu Alumni with a completed bachelors degree. Organizational and project management skills. Strong interpersonal skills. Proactive, self-motivated individual who can work independently and collaboratively.
The Executive Director is in charge of the National Headquarters of the Fraternity, including the day-today management of the fraternity, business operations, and its board. This includes, but is not limited to:
Day-to-Day Finances Day-to-Day Operations Implements the policies and procedures authorized by the National Council or the Bylaws regarding the administration of the fraternity General Communications / Marketing: Maintenance of the website, social media platforms, and other digital materials, promotional materials and annual report Meeting communications and planning including the national convention Employ a staff as required, the expense of which has been approved by the National Council. Time Commitments A minimum four year commitment, with a contract review at two years. Monthly National Council conference calls Five Chapter President’s conference calls per year 15 - 20 hours per week National Council members are expected to attend the annual National Convention held in the Spring. The National Fraternity of Phi Gamma Nu will cover the travel costs. Qualifications and Education Requirements Phi Gamma Nu Alumni with a completed bachelor's degree. 3 - 5 years of job experience Experience managing teams Organizational and project management skills Strong interpersonal skills Crisis management skills Strong fiscal accountability / experience managing budgets Communication skills, both written and verbal Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Office or G suite Problem-solving skills Desired: Experience with event management
Vice President of Chapter Presidents
The Vice President of Chapter Presidents is responsible for elevating the voice of the chapter presidents to the National Council. Raising awareness around chapter needs, sharing best practices, and acting as a resource for Chapter Presidents
Share best practices across chapters Create and engage the community of chapter
presidents Act as a mentor / resource for chapter presidents Raise chapter concerns and issues to the National
Council Provide support on strategic projects Vote on business critical National Council issues Actively participate and shape National Council
strategy, tactics and programs Time Commitments One year commitment Monthly National Council conference calls Five Chapter President’s conference calls per year 2 - 5 hours per week Attend the annual National Convention held in the Spring,
cost are covered Qualifications and Education Requirements Applicant must be a Chapter President at the time of the
election Strong interpersonal, verbal and relationship building
skills Strong communication, interpersonal and relationship building skills Ability to develop tools, resources, and lead workshops
that will effectively aid chapter development Proactive, self-motivated individual who can work
independently and collaboratively In good fiscal and involvement standing with their chapter In good academic standing