International Leadership Consultants (ILCs) are change agents. They are professional Delta Phi Epsilon women that lead by example, challenge the status quo, ask tough questions, and spread the principles of Justice, Sisterhood and Love in an effort to inspire change and create a sense of belonging everywhere they go.
ILCs are recent graduates and full-time Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority employees that complete intensive training in preparation for their role. An ILC’s purpose is to provide guidance, support and resources to help collegiate chapters thrive.
The ILC program provides recent graduates with opportunities for personal and professional development while supporting the growth of Delta Phi Epsilon’s collegiate members and chapters in the areas of chapter operations, new member education, organizational growth, leadership development and heritage and traditions.
This program emphasizes transferable skill building and is a call to action for individuals that want to work hard, make a difference in the lives of others and inspire change.
International Leadership Consultants are typically assigned to travel full-time or remain stationary in one location to provide continuous support to a new or established chapter. However, there are times the role is asked to fulfill a combination of travel and stationary support.
ILCs are exposed to a wide variety of professional experiences and opportunities for skill building, including skills in leadership development, facilitation, project management, member recruitment, critical thinking, conflict management, resiliency, problem solving, fiscal responsibility, and time management. ILCs also become experienced business travelers, public speakers and coaches.
ILCs are compensated for their work and are eligible for benefits made available to Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority employees.
ILCs also receive intensive in-person training multiple times a year, personal and professional development opportunities, and other benefits associated with the role. All travel, accommodations and meals while conducting sorority business are covered by the organization.
Additional information regarding compensation and benefits will be provided to applicants during interview weekend in February 2020.
Applicants must be a Delta Phi Epsilon member in good standing with experience in management or leading others (i.e. chapter leadership team, Panhellenic Council leadership role, campus leadership role, internship, work experience, etc.). Applicants must have a completed bachelor’s degree by May 2020.
Qualifications for the position include:
Applicants must complete the online application, which includes resume-based information, essay questions and reference recommendations. Candidates selected to progress in the hiring process will be contacted to schedule a phone interview for mid-January. Should one progress through the phone interview stage, candidates must be available for an in-person interview weekend at the International Headquarters in Philadelphia for a weekend in February.
Recommend an ILC Candidate
Do you know or work with an incredible Delta Phi Epsilon leader who would be an outstanding International Leadership Consultant?
Any individual who has graduated within the past one to two years or will graduate by May 2020 is eligible for recommendation/to apply.
If your daughter is interested in attending graduate school, working as an ILC is a great way for her to visit different colleges and universities, build transferable skills, and network with professionals across a wide variety of industries.
From student affairs to medical school to politics to education, previous staff have attributed this professional experience as a key factor in preparing them for their current careers.
Your daughter’s professional success after her time as an ILC is important to Delta Phi Epsilon. We encourage ILCs to take placement exams, schedule interviews, and attend orientation programs during their time as a consultant.
Strong support and opportunities for personal and professional development are also continually provided to help ease the transition from one’s undergraduate experience to this new professional role.