Position Title: Housing Project Manager

Reporting Relationship: Senior Director of Housing

Position Status: Exempt, salaried, full-time

Position Location: Carmel, Indiana

Position Summary: The Housing Project Manager serves as the project management liaison between the Fraternity Housing Corporation (FHC) board, Area Housing Coordinator (AHC) volunteers, vendors and staff. They are a key component in the success of projects through communication and proactive problem-solving.

Qualifications

• Minimum of bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in a relevant field

• 3-5 years of relevant experience in fraternity and sorority life, residence life, construction management or related field

• Familiarity and experience leading teams and managing people

• Outstanding verbal and written communication skills

• Must be independent, self-motivated and success-driven

• Proficient with Microsoft Office (i.e., Outlook, Word, PowerPoint) along with a familiarity of different databases such as Buildium and iMIS

• Ability and willingness to carry up to 35 pounds

• Membership in Zeta Tau Alpha and/or knowledgeable of Greek letter organizations preferred

Responsibilities

• In cooperation with FHC board and Senior Director of Housing, create and execute project plans for areas of volunteer support and facility maintenance.

• Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation within Buildium.

• Assist AHCs with planning preventive maintenance of facility equipment, including HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems. Quickly analyze potential problems, provide quick solutions, and execute with autonomy while maintaining regular and clear communication to stakeholders.

• Assist with development and implementation of House Director, House Manager, General/Housing Advisor and Area Housing Coordinator resources and training.

• Assist in creating a compelling and inspired vision for Zeta Tau Alpha housing, while working cooperatively with staff, boards, National Officers and volunteers through regular communication and collaboration.

• Constantly monitor and report on progress of the housing projects to all required stakeholders.

• Leverage ZTA’s database platforms (iMIS, ZetaBase, Z-Learning) as an area for housing data collection, educational resources and opportunities.

• Provide additional board and staff administrative support and other duties as assigned.

Key Competencies

• Critical thinking and problem solving

• Project management

• Planning and organizing

• Written and verbal communication

• Contract and daily negotiation

• Conflict management

As a team member this person is:

• a master at delegation and follow-up, but not afraid to roll up their sleeves.

• an excellent communicator, great listener and coachable with strong verbal and written skills.

• flexible, able to adapt to changing needs, shift priorities as required and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment.

• able to anticipate problems and solutions; adept at critical thinking and able to troubleshoot and solve problems collaboratively and independently.

• detail-oriented and organized.

• open to constantly receiving feedback and adapting programs, staffing and resources to respond.

• eager to seek out and engage in new opportunities for personal and professional development.

• passionate about the fraternity/sorority experience and able to connect with multigenerational constituents.

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