Parkmont School is seeking an enthusiastic, curious, organized, and thorough individual interested in education that will support initiatives in communications, marketing and fundraising/development. This position will assist in researching and developing grant proposals, creating/updating online and print materials, working with complex spreadsheets and data, and managing social media platforms. The ideal candidate will be a quick learner, adaptable, comfortable tackling new systems and ways of thinking, and self-directed–able to work independently.
A bachelor’s degree.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Minimum 2-years of relevant experience in communications, marketing, or development required, in an educational setting preferred.
High proficiency with Google Docs, Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word), database, and social media/web-based applications.
Who We Are:
Parkmont is an intentionally small school for grades 6th through 12th in Washington, DC. Founded in 1972, Parkmont has an original, progressive approach to engaging students in all walks of life, not just academically. Multi-grade classes of 6-10 students rely on a blend of classroom work, real life experiences, travel, and technology to augment our home campus in the 16th Street Heights neighborhood. Our program includes a streamlined academic structure that emphasizes hands-on learning, teacher-student relationships, comprehensive academic support services, and an expansive and thoughtful internship program.
How to Apply / Contact
To apply please send a letter of interest, resume and separate writing sample to: firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a full-time position. Salary based on experience. We offer a competitive benefit package.
Founded 45 years ago, Parkmont School is a small, independent school for grades 6-12 serving the needs of 65 students. Parkmont emphasizes hands-on learning and provides a radically different academic structure for children that relies on internships, field trips and other opportunities to learn in the community. A number of our students come to us with learning and other challenges; and as a group are among the most socio-economically and racially diverse communities in Washington, D.C.