NPC Job Opportunities

Director of Educational Initiatives

The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) seeks an energetic and team-oriented individual to assist in carrying out our mission by overseeing and enhancing education for College and Alumnae Panhellenic officers, NPC volunteers and designated staff/volunteers of NPC member organizations. The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, passionate about the sorority experience and possess strong interpersonal skills. The salary range is $47,000-$53,000 annual.

Essential Functions:

  • Provide leadership and management of all aspects of NPC educational content including developing learning outcomes, writing curriculum, communicating with participants both pre and post event and following up with evaluation/assessment of programs including College Panhellenic Academy, NPC’s annual educational conference and “Something of Value.”
  • Collaborate with industry partners to ensure educational programs are relevant and effective. Specific programs include, but are not limited to: Be Bold, Potential New Member Orientation and Recruitment Counselor Training Online.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of NPC educational resources for relevance, organizational need and value-added benefit with respect to the NPC mission, vision and strategic plan. Make necessary recommendations and changes as needed.
  • Collaborate with staff to develop relevant and effective training materials and tools for volunteers.
  • Partner with other staff members responsible for event management logistics associated with NPC’s educational programming events.
  • Prepare staff and volunteers to present/facilitate NPC programs when needed.
  • Seek and maintain knowledge and awareness of current issues, trends, theories and research affecting college students and women in general.
  • Develop relationships with educational programming staff/volunteers of member organizations and facilitate education/discussion regarding NPC policies and activities.
  • Write proposals for and manage grants from the NPC Foundation for approved educational programming.
  • Other duties as assigned. 


  • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college/university required.
  • Knowledge of NPC member organizations through employment or inter/national volunteer service required.
  • Graduate degree in higher education/student personnel and three to five years of previous professional experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated curriculum development experience and presentation skills.

Please submit resume and letter of interest to NPC Chief Operating Officer Jenny Greyerbiehl at Applications will be reviewed as soon as they are received and priority will be given to those received before Feb. 6, 2019.

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