National Presbyterian School, an independent, coeducational 300-student elementary (Nursery-6th grade) day school located in Washington, DC, is seeking a Substitute Development Associate to work with the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs for a 4-month period to cover a maternity leave absence from mid-April through mid-August. This is a 25 hour / week position.
The job position includes the following responsibilities:
Provide support for fundraising efforts. Specific duties include assistance with the appeal and acknowledgement communications and assistance with the constituent and donor database.
Provide administrative and logistical support for special events of the School throughout the spring and summer.
Edit and proof communications.
Provide general administrative support.
Participate in the day-to-day life of the School.
Successful candidates will have the following qualifications:
Proficiency with technology, including Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and ability to do a mail merge. Experience with database systems is a plus.
Excellent attention to detail and accuracy
Strong organizational skills
Optimistic attitude, positive spirit, proactive approach, and professional demeanor
Skilled oral and written communicator
High degree of integrity, discretion, flexibility and trustworthiness
Ability to work with people productively and collaboratively, including with parent volunteers
Excellent writing, editing, and communicating skills
A bachelor’s degree
The Substitute Development Associate will report directly to the Director of Development and Alumni Affairs.
Individuals interested in applying for this position should send resume, cover letter, and a list of references (via email or regular mail) to:
Founded in 1969 as an educational mission of the National Presbyterian Church, National Presbyterian School is a traditional, co-educational elementary school dedicated to educational excellence in an ecumenical Christian environment. A loving and inclusive community, NPS strives to help children develop intellectual, spiritual, and personal foundations that will serve them throughout their lives.