Title: Alumnae Affinity Administrator
Reports to: Alumnae Engagement Managers
The role of the Alumnae Affinity Administrator (AAA) is to encourage, facilitate and support the relationship of the alumnae of a collegiate chapter to the collegiate members of that chapter and to then assist in extending that relationship to Alpha Phi International Fraternity and the Alpha Phi Foundation.
Key Job Elements:
- Serve as the primary contact with Alumnae Affinity Specialists in their efforts to support collegiate chapters in their relationship with their alumnae.
- Appoint Alumnae Affinity Specialists; work with Executive Office staff to recruit, and train specialists as needed.
- Encourage and support communication among the alumnae of closed collegiate chapters.
- Assist with creation and presentation of training modules as requested.
- Cultivate relationships with individual alumnae, collect contact information and find lost alumnae.
- Work with alumnae engagement team to strengthen new areas of alumnae engagement in assigned area.
- Attend, participate and lead as necessary meetings via conference call technology. Participate in every other month alumnae engagement team calls.
- Support alumnae touch point communications; assist efforts to utilize social media applications in a creative way to facilitate communication with alumnae.
- Encourage volunteerism by helping to identify and recommend candidate for Alpha Phi involvement through use of the PHI Form and by direct communication with those seeking volunteers.
- Support and attend special events held in quadrant, as requested.
- Maintain strong collaborative relationship with Collegiate Chapter Administrators in assigned area.
- Encourage payment of Fraternity alumnae dues and gifts to the Foundation.
- Alpha Phi leadership/advisory experience
- Work or other experience working with volunteers in a leadership role
- Alpha Phi International Policies & Procedures
- Alpha Phi online resources, including "Members Only" and social media platforms
- Alpha Phi Foundation knowledge and experience
- Strong computer skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Project management and organizational skills
- Flexible, proactive, and self-directed but also able to work well in a team
Length of term
- Two year term begins spring of non-Convention year
- Estimated time commitment of 10 to 12 hours per month; total time may range dependent on size of territory.
- Must be member in good standing as defined by the Fraternity's Constitution and Bylaws.
- Support the Alpha Phi Foundation with an annual tax-deductible gift as you are able.