Position Title: Chapter Auditor

Reporting Relationship: Audit Manager

Position Status: Hourly, non-exempt, full-time

Position Location: ZTA International Office, Carmel, Indiana

Position Summary: The Chapter Auditor is an entry level accounting position that focuses on monitoring chapter finances to ensure chapters follow all financial policies determined by National Council.


  • Accounting certificate or associates degree in accounting (or working toward) or previous work experience
  • Working knowledge of basic accounting principles: debits and credits; accounts receivable and payables; and journal entries
  • Computer literate with experience in Microsoft Office
  • Customer-service oriented with strong written and oral communication skills
  • Attention to detail and ability to problem solve
  • Excellent communication skills


  • Audits chapters’ monthly accounting reports—including checkbook journals, billing and receivables journals—to make sure chapters are following national policies and procedures.
  • Prepares monthly and year-end journal entries.
  • Prepares an annual budget for each chapter. Monitors finances and chapter spending throughout the year to ensure compliance and fiscal responsibility.
  • Work with chapters on budget revisions twice per year.
  • Reviews chapter finances/transactions in Billhighway. Alerts officers, Director of Finance and Executive Director to unusual situations for action approval.
  • Acts as a contact to chapter Treasurers. Responds to questions from Fraternity and chapter officers regarding chapter finances.
  • Ensures member billing accuracy for returning members and new members.
  • Provides monthly correspondence, such as: audit letter, reduced fee letters and other miscellaneous correspondence.
  • Monitors alumnae accounts receivable by sending collection letters to members who have left the chapter owing a balance.
  • Reviews individual housing contracts for accuracy and timeliness in Greekbill.

About Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity:

Zeta Tau Alpha’s nine Founders envisioned an organization that would perpetuate their ties of friendship. More than 125 years later, over 300,000 women have experienced the opportunity of ZTA membership.

Created to make a difference in the lives of its members by developing the potential of each individual, ZTA's goal is to connect members through sisterhood and belonging. The organization's three entities - Fraternity, Foundation and Fraternity Housing Corporation - work together to provide a uniquely valuable collegiate experience for ZTA sisters across the country.

ZTA's three entities are supported by International Office staff, headquartered in Carmel, Indiana. This team of 40-50 individuals collaborate across departments and are committed to the following core staff values: Community, Integrity, Adaptability, Excellence, Optimism, Teamwork, Communication


  • Flexible work schedules
  • Up to 4 days per month remote
  • Staff committees that focus on the "other" side of work: Community, Celebration, Service, Wellness and Professional Development
  • Unlimited coffee and soft drinks
  • Regular staff pitch-in events and office celebrations
  • “Dress for your Day” office environment
  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance
  • Short-Term Disability and Long-Term Disability
  • Health Savings Account (HSA) with annual contribution by ZTA
  • Monthly vacation and sick time accruals in addition to six (6) annual personal days
  • 401(K) retirement plan with matching contribution by ZTA.

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