Pi Sigma Epsilon Headquarters is Hiring For:


TITLE:                      Chapter Consultant

DEPARTMENT:        Membership

LOCATION:             Greenfield, WI

REPORTS TO:          CEO



The Chapter Consultant advises assigned collegiate chapters on aspects of effective chapter management including public relations, educational programs, administrative operations, and recruitment/retention. Pi Sigma Epsilon’s Chapter Consultant program is an unparalleled professional opportunity for strong candidates looking to make Pi Sigma Epsilon a part of their career and gain unique experience that can be applied to any future endeavor.

As Chapter Consultant, one will build key professional skills such as public speaking, project management, professional writing, and communications. These skills will be honed through helping our collegiate members develop leadership skills and working to improve the performance of our collegiate chapters across the country. Consultants work with members of all backgrounds and from all levels of the organization—collegians, alumni volunteers, professional staff, and organization leaders. Consultants are based out of the PSE Headquarters Office located in Greenfield, Wisconsin; Consultants are expected to travel as needed for conferences, campus visits, and chartering of new chapters.



Relationship Management

  • Develop and maintain relationships with chapter leadership throughout the academic year
  • Communicate regularly with advisors and volunteers


Chapter Management

  • Analyze and study chapters’ strengths and challenges
  • Evaluate possible course of conduct, development, and propose changes
  • Provide consultation in the implementation of proposed changes and identify opportunities for PSE Headquarters and volunteers to provide assistance
  • Consult chapter leadership on short-term and long-term objectives
  • Provide consultation and advice on day-to-day operational issues
  • Assist chapters in complying with Fraternity standards
  • Develop short-term and year-long action plans for chapters


Risk Management

  • Identify, evaluate, and assess situations that pose a potential liability/risk to the chapter
  • Determine and recommend to chapter leadership responses to such situations
  • Consult chapter leadership with respect to implementation of recommended responses and conduct training of chapter leadership on risk management


Membership Management

  • Advise chapters on recruitment and retention of members including marketing, membership selection, and member education/development
  • Identify and recruit potential members for the organization; build and cultivate relationships with potential members on campuses, campus community, larger fraternity/sorority communities, etc.




  • Make presentations and facilitate chapter workshops
  • Train chapter officers and alumni advisors



  • Complete reports and administrative paperwork
  • Perform other special assignments and responsibilities as assigned
  • Meet deadlines in writing and distributing detailed reports internally to staff members and externally to constituents including collegiate members, volunteers, and host institutions



  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Must be a Pi Sigma Epsilon member in good standing with the Fraternity
  • Previous experience in management or leading others is required (i.e. chapter executive board leadership, campus leadership role, internship, work experience, etc.)
  • Excellent verbal/written communication and presentation skills
  • Well-organized and able to work while making sound decisions under pressure and within tight deadlines
  • Strong analytical skills, sound judgment, critical thinking and decision-making abilities
  • Strong leadership skills with the ability to effectively manage people and situations
  • Ability to focus on details, handle multiple tasks and remain highly organized in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to take direction from staff members such as supervisors or other organizational leaders
  • Advanced computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office products and email systems; technical aptitude to learn internal systems; proficient with Microsoft Teams



The working conditions and physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Required minimum 40 hours per week, with a degree of flexibility available. Occasional overtime will be necessary to complete assigned tasks.
  • Must be able to travel by air, car and rail up to 30% of the time; and possess a valid driver’s license
  • Must be available to attend PSE National Convention, Leadership Summit and regional conferences, annually.



While performing the duties of this position the employee is regularly required to sit and work on a computer for extended periods of time. The employee will be required to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, lift, carry, pull, grasp, and bend over. The employee will have to be physically active and able to climb up and down stairs. The employee must be able to lift, carry and move up to 40 pounds as needed. Must be able to move in and between various facilities and handle exposure to inclement weather. Strong sensory skills, such as good eyesight, good hearing and dexterity. Must be able to interact with others, both in person and through telephone, video conference, email and written correspondence.



Being a chapter consultant is an amazing way to sharpen your professional skills and gain experience that will help you succeed in your future career. Those skills include:


  • Project and budget management
  • Corporate reporting
  • Conflict resolution
  • Public speaking and group facilitation
  • Relationship management
  • Creative and analytical problem-solving
  • Independent decision-making
  • Inter personale communication techniques
  • Marketing and event planning
  • Over the years, Pi Sigma Epsilon’s consultants have used their experiences to launch careers in fields such as business consulting, education, event planning, finance, fundraising, healthcare, hospitality, human resources, information technology, insurance, law, management, marketing, nonprofit, politics, public service, sales, student affairs and more.




These are just some of the benefits of being an Pi Sigma Epsilon chapter consultant:


  • Competitive salary
  • Paid time off
  • Health insurance and IRA matching contribution offerings
  • Training and other professional development experiences
  • Networking opportunities with students, alumni and employers across the country
  • Lifelong friendships


Know someone who would make a great candidate? Use our convenient referral form and we’ll reach out to them If you have any questions, please contact Paul Stamas at the PSE National Headquarters Office: paul.stamas@pse.org

Kristin PearsonPSE HQ Careers