Date Posted: 29 November, 2021
Job Type: Full Time
Minimum Education: BA
Partnerships, Scholars Program Development & Donor Relations
The Maclay School Advancement Officer for Partnerships, Scholars Program Development & Donor Relations is a collaborative, detail-oriented fundraising professional who is charged with managing and developing the school’s rigorous and robust academic competition program from concept to execution. The Advancement Officer will be responsible for supporting the School’s strategic plan and overall goals of the Advancement Office and will help to foster and further develop an inclusive and healthy philanthropic environment for the School community.
This individual will collaborate with academic leadership both internally at the school and within the Tallahassee community and region to develop a rigorous and engaging academic competition program that draws talented academic talent from the region to Maclay School and to the competition and generates interest and applications for the School’s Head of School Scholars Program in addition to bringing visibility and new interactions to the School overall.
Philanthropy, at Maclay School, is defined as deepening connections between a potential or current donor and the school via volunteerism, monetary/in-kind support, or engagement through sharing expertise. The ability to listen deeply, collect stories, make connections, expand impact, and move the school forward is a key component of this position.
This individual is responsible for the stewardship of donors who support the various academic and extracurricular programs of the school. As part of these efforts:
Supports other initiatives and priorities as needed. This is a 12-month position.
Employment Application can be downloaded and then emailed along with a resume to Cristy Stout, email@example.com and Morgan Lewis, Director of Advancement, firstname.lastname@example.org, or turned in at the Front Office.
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