THE STEWARD SCHOOL'S MISSION is to prepare each child for college and for life. Our core character values are honor, responsibility, and achievement, balanced by caring and respect for oneself and for others. Steward is committed to small classes and small overall size, which allow for discovery and development of each student's unique talents and passions, while providing more opportunities for individual participation. We believe an environment with a diversity of talents, abilities, cultures, and backgrounds provides the richest and most fully rounded educational experience.
|Associate Director of Development||The Steward School has an immediate opening for an Associate Director of Development. This position is full-time, twelve months, and fully benefitted. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Associate Director will assist in creating and implementing the Capital Campaign strategic plan and annual giving initiatives to achieve overall goals, with special attention to participation, community engagement, and volunteer management. This position will support the Capitol Campaign through successful marketing and communication efforts, volunteer engagement, direct solicitations, and special events. Upon completion of the Capital Campaign public phase, the Associate Director will create and implement a new annual fund strategic plan. In addition, the Associate Director will oversee development office operations, and manage the Development Associate and Events Coordinator. The position oversees the work of these roles, which includes support for development and auxiliary group event planning and strategy, expanding sponsorship support, ensuring event implementation and follow-up. Additional responsibilities include: • Managing all aspects of development marketing pieces, including direct mail/marketing efforts, annual giving brochures, social media campaigns and online presence for the annual giving and campaign in coordination with the Marketing & Communications department. • Supporting special events, including volunteer events, campaign events, and donor receptions in collaboration with the development event staff. • Making personal and direct solicitations of members of the immediate and extended Steward community via face-to-face meetings, phone calls, personal mail, and email. • Overseeing grant process, including maintaining grant calendar, grant applications, outreach to foundations, and prospect research. • Supporting the Development Assistant to ensure gifts are processed in a timely and accurate manner. • Providing regular reports to the business office to ensure accuracy of giving records, including monthly giving summaries, audit reports, pledge reports, and other reports as requested. • Assisting the Director, Development Associate, and Alumni Engagement Coordinator in creating and implementing strategic alumni engagement plan for the School’s alumni through special events, communications, volunteer activities, and other programming. • Using appropriate systems to maintain, analyze, and report appropriate data related to donors and potential donors. • Creating content for the philanthropy section of the Year in Review publication and the list of annual donors. • Enhancing existing relationships while building new relationships, processes, and programs to further tap into the generous resources of the community.||Fund Development||Oct 16, 2019|