PHILADELPHIA – July 25, 2022 – The Phi Mu Delta Fraternity and the Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity are pleased to announce the formation of a strategic partnership to fulfill mutual staffing needs.
The Executive Directors of the two organizations signed a memorandum of understanding on July 18 for the hiring of a joint administrative assistant to be shared by the two organizations. This new staffer will split their time between the two Fraternities and will perform clerical and administrative tasks necessary to the proper functioning of both groups.
“The opportunity to partner with Theta Tau will provide Phi Mu Delta with better services and support for our undergraduates and alumni. We are always excited to work collaboratively to accomplish our goals,” said Phi Mu Delta Executive Director, Tom Murphy, “especially with the great team led by Jim Gaffney.”
“We’re pleased to be entering into this partnership with Phi Mu Delta,” said Theta Tau Executive Director Jim Gaffney, “and especially to be working with my good friend Tom Murphy, Phi Mu Delta Executive Director. By adding this new staffer to our Central Office, we will be able to expand our capacity to serve our members.”
Applications for this new position are being accepted immediately, with review of materials and interviews to begin in the first week in August. The ideal candidate will begin work during the last week in August.
The position description and application information can be found here.
About Phi Mu Delta:
Founded on March 1, 1918 at the Universities of Connecticut, New Hampshire and Vermont, Phi Mu Delta seeks to To redefine fraternity through cultivating and curating a culture of lifelong civic engagement and fellowship. Phi Mu Delta has initiated over 20,000 members and maintains 14 chapters in the northeastern United States.
About Theta Tau:
The Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity is a co-ed college fraternity for those pursuing degrees in engineering. Founded at the University of Minnesota in 1904, Theta Tau is proud to be the nation’s largest engineering fraternity, with more than 90 chapters and candidate chapters, nearly 5,000 student members and nearly 40,000 total initiates. Learn more at thetatau.org.