Set on a historic, wooded property, Princeton Friends School offers to pre-Kindergarteners to eighth graders a child-centered, joyful, progressive, and vigorous education and community life, richly infused with the Quaker values of integrity, respect for all, and taking action in the world. Well-prepared for the secondary schools they choose to attend, Princeton Friends School graduates are known for being independent thinkers, self-confident, and generous of spirit.
Princeton Friends School seeks a part-time professional to assist our Advancement Office.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
* Assisting the Advancement Office with day to day operations, including the maintenance of the database module.
* Assisting in the coordination of fundraising appeals, including the management of mailing lists, correspondence and thank yous, and social media, as well as general support.
* Assisting in event planning, including sending and tracking invitations, coordinating catering, and setting up and cleaning up.
* Occasionally providing general administrative support for all departments and light reception duty.
In our small school community of 125 students and 45 faculty and staff, the ideal candidate should possess excellent interpersonal, collaborative, and organizational skills, and the ability to work with a wide range of constituents in a fast-paced environment. Strong verbal and written communication skills are critical; a bachelor's degree is preferred. The candidate should be detail oriented, able to manage multiple projects, and keep up with everyday tasks. Experience in database maintenance, advanced Microsoft Office knowledge, and social media is essential. Familiarity with inResonance systems is a plus.
Drawing on a rich tradition of Quaker values and practices, Princeton Friends School is committed to creating a diverse, vibrant learning community in which young people engage their natural curiosity; discover and express their individual voices and gifts; acquire intellectual, physical, artistic, and life skills; and develop a sense of responsibility for themselves and others. Princeton Friends ...both prepares students for the world that is and models possibilities for the society that these young people will one day help to create.