Omicron Delta Kappa is searching for two open Assistant Director positions.
The Assistant Director for Leadership Programs (ADLP) serves in the primary educational development role for the Omicron Delta Kappa Society (O∆K) and works closely with the National Headquarters staff, circle officers, and student leaders to provide excellent training, development, and service to the more than 300 circles located on college campuses around the country. Primary duties include the development and implementation of broadly defined skill enhancement, professional development, and career advancement programs, grants and workshops for O∆K members. The ADLP will strive to 1) strengthen the value of the O∆K experience for members by fulfilling the O∆K goal to help train the next generation of non-profit volunteer and professional leaders; 2) showcase the value of O∆K involvement by demonstrating the unique and meaningful impact O∆K has on its members; and, 3) sustain the value of the O∆K experience by supporting ethical leadership development, engagement of leaders from diverse backgrounds, and facilitating outreach to other collegiate and community leaders.
The Assistant Director for Communications and Annual Giving (ADCAG) manages all strategic and tactical matters as they relate to annual giving, print and online communications, social media, and publications. Primary duties include serving as the managing editor of The Circle (the magazine of Omicron Delta Kappa), maintaining the website, coordinating other communications and production of publications, and managing the annual giving program of the Omicron Delta Kappa Foundation.
Both positions are full-time opportunities based at Omicron Delta Kappa’s National Headquarters in Lexington, Virginia. In addition to a salary, compensation for both positions includes full benefits including life, dental, and health insurance and retirement contributions. Professional development opportunities are available as negotiated. Personnel at Omicron Delta Kappa’s national headquarters have free parking and access to recreation and library facilities at Washington and Lee University.