Manage reunion planning and collaborate with all reunion managers, as well as members of the Graduate Affairs and Operations teams.
Work closely with major gift officers who will be managing leadership giving for reunion classes; provide them with class fundraising updates and/or relevant class and reunion planning information.
Coordinate all aspects of reunion for 3 to 4 classes including committee recruitment and management, class fundraising, and class specific reunion event needs. Serve as the key point of contact between Nobles and reunion committee members.
Develop an action / communications plan for each class for the year leading up to reunion in May with specific dates and committee / class milestones.
Organize reunion manager and committee meetings including solidifying date, time and location, as well as preparing the agenda and following up with specific next steps.
Reiterate importance of fundraising as vital component of reunion planning and success and work with reunion committees to establish dollar and participation class goals for each reunion class.
Support each reunion committee as necessary to ensure dollar and participation goals are achieved and help with specialized programming as allowed.
Ensure all reunion communications including save the date and solicitation letters are effectively and clearly written, and sent out in accordance with reunion planning milestones.
Support Graduate Affairs and Development Team on reunion weekend with event planning and preparation, etc.
Solicit Nobles reunion graduates on behalf of the ANF as needed throughout the year via phone, email and in person
Manage a list of leadership level ANF prospects
Support ANF and reunion team with stewardship, cultivation, and fundraising events
Assist in fall “Nucleus Fund” fundraising push to secure over 70% of our ANF goal in gifts and pledges
Assist in year-end solicitations to ensure ANF dollar and participation goals are met
Performs other duties and special projects as assigned by the Major Gifts, Director of Graduate Leadership Giving
At least 3 years of fundraising and/or alumni relations experience
Strong verbal, written, and organizational skills with demonstrated ability in effectively handling multiple projects with extreme attention to detail
Ability to motivate and manage staff and volunteers and set and achieve specific goals and priorities
Proven leader with outstanding judgment and diplomatic tact relating to communications with donors and key constituents
Must be able to maintain confidential and sensitive information
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Ms. Katie Coggeshall, Major Gifts, Director of Graduate Leadership Giving, at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
About Noble and Greenough School
Founded by George Washington Copp Noble in 1866, Noble and Greenough School is a rigorous academic community dedicated to motivating and inspiring students to achieve their highest potential and to lead lives characterized by service to others. A co-educational, non-sectarian day and boarding school for students in grades seven (Class VI) through twelve (Class I), Nobles has a current enrollment of just over 600 students–including approximately 50 five-day boarders.
We seek candidates who, in joining the faculty, would bring a desire for ongoing professional improvement, a diversity of backgrounds and experiences and a demonstrated commitment to young people. Nobles has a long standing commitment to diversity and works to ensure that this is reflected within our faculty, staff and student body.