The Advancement Coordinator will be an integral part of the financial growth of one of the Washington metropolitan area’s top independent schools while working in a dynamic, mission driven and cheerful environment. They will have the opportunity to grow in their understanding of independent school development and fundraising while working with top professionals in that field.
The Advancement Coordinator will support the work of the Advancement Office through diligent and organized support of department priorities.
Organized, self-motivated and strategic
Solid understanding of database management (preferably Raiser’s Edge)
Solid understanding of stewardship management
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Sound judgment, discretion and confidentiality
Candidates who meet these criteria should send a cover letter, résumé and a list of at least three current references to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “Advancement Coordinator” in the subject headline.
About Oakcrest School
Oakcrest School in partnership with parents challenges girls in grades 6-12 to develop their intellect, character, faith and leadership potential to succeed in college and throughout their lives.
Oakcrest, an independent school, educates the whole person. Inspired by the teachings of the Catholic Church and the spirituality of Opus Dei, we weave together a rich liberal arts curriculum, character development, one-on-one advising and service to create a vibrant environment that graduates confident young women—young women who will make a difference in all they choose to do.
PORTRAIT OF AN OAKCREST GRADUATE
Oakcrest recognizes the vocation of women as trustees of humanity* and provides a culture of freedom and responsibility in which young women thrive. The joy that comes from knowing she is a child of God impels our graduate to positively impact family and society through:
An understanding of faith and a commitment to personal friendship with God
Academic excellence that drives her to pursue lifelong learning
The ability to recognize and articulate truth, and the courage to stand by it
Self-knowledge that informs her growth in virtue
A love for beauty in the world, and a sense of responsibility to sustain and create it
Leadership and a spirit of collaboration that inspire her to serve
* Saint John Paul II, Apostolic Letter, On the Dignity and Vocation of Women, n. 30