ZBT is currently looking to hire recent graduates for the 2014-2015 school year.
If you are interested please send a cover letter and resume to us at
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity
3905 Vincennes Road, Suite 100
Indianapolis, IN 46268
phone: (317) 334-1898
fax: (317) 334-1899
Deadline to apply is November 30, 2013.
You think being an undergraduate brother of ZBT was fun and rewarding? You haven’t seen anything yet…
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Inc. has an exciting opportunity for an experienced leader to make a direct impact on the lives of thousands of men. In this position, the Expansion and Leadership Consultant will have an opportunity to travel to new places, network with successful alumni and community members, and assist college men in becoming outstanding leaders of their chapters and communities.
To coordinate the expansion efforts of the International Fraternity, provide strategic planning consultation to new colonies and existing chapters, and serve as a valuable member of the international staff to plan for the future growth of the organization. This individual can expect to travel in a designated region up to 85% of the time.
1. Organizational Development
a) Work as a member of the Expansion and Chapter Development team to create,
implement, and manage the development of new colonies and existing chapters via onsite
support, distance learning, and overall brotherhood development.
b) Take ownership of at least four expansion projects per academic year.
c) Develop training modules for new colonies involving fraternity traditions and history,
organizational management and leadership, brotherhood programming, recruitment, and
d) Implement and utilize the "Colony Development and Operations Kit" during all colonization
and follow up procedures.
e) Coordinate initial training for alumni advisors and mentors.
f) Serve as a liaison to an assigned group of existing chapters and colonies and provide
professional support and advice for the groups including all aspects of fraternity operations
in a year-round fashion.
2. Marketing and Communications
a) Maintain expansion list and develop relationships with partners in the community.
b) Coordinate advertising and marketing efforts as they relate to expansion.
c) Research and plan for additional ways to reach high school students via a variety of
d) Seek out and engage community partners (Hillel, Chabad, Federations) to assist in future
expansion sites for the Fraternity.
e) Develop a communication strategy to manage relationships with assigned existing
chapters and colonies.
3. Contact Management
a) Maintain contact list of all prospects for expansion efforts and maintain regular
b) Identify key men and provide them with direction as to how to market the organization
and recruit other like-minded men.
c) Develop follow up plans with all new and existing groups that are part of your visit
d) Maintain an active contact list with information for all assigned existing chapters and
a) Maintain records of status of all groups currently under your leadership.
b) Complete research workbooks for assigned schools and report findings for
c) With the expansion team, create monthly expansion reports that outline current projects,
d) Create Supreme Council Expansion Report (April, July, October).
e) Manage monthly budget and research and utilize ways to be more cost effective.
f) Complete frequent and comprehensive reports outlining status of communication and
support of assigned existing chapters and colonies
1. Work with staff team to create training modules for new groups at regional conclaves and national
2. Keep up-to-date on what other organizations are doing as way to provide new and fresh ideas to
3. Identify and work with local advisors.
4. Coordinate Initiation of new Colonies.
5. Provide initial training to new Colonies.
6. Review and update Expansion and Chapter Development materials.
7. Represent the National Fraternity at various conferences and outreach events.
8. Make recommendations to the Expansion Team on ways to increase outreach and productivity.
9. Special projects as assigned.
1. Experience working with college students in the areas of leadership development and training,
change management, and program planning.
2. Past experience holding top-level leadership roles within an undergraduate chapter.
3. Experience developing and facilitating programs for a varied audience.
4. An interest in seeing a successful future for Zeta Beta Tau.
5. A general understanding of outreach within the Jewish community.