Annual Fund Director
The Annual Fund Director is responsible for planning and executing Lincoln’s Annual Fund Campaign to engage of all Lincoln constituents with a focus of current parents and alumnae to support Lincoln’s annual investments in its students, faculty and programs.
Key Responsibilities to include:
- Direct the Annual Fund Program, including the development of fundraising strategies to increase fundraising results and participation from all constituencies to reach the Fund’s goals established in consultation with Administrative leadership and Board of Trustees.
- Develop all written appeals, personal solicitations of leadership gifts ($1,000+), electronic communications and outreach, volunteer engagement, and 1-1 donor outreach and solicitations.
- Serve the Annual Fund Committee and any related volunteer committees and solicitors working on the Annual Fund. Ensure that all volunteers are fully trained, equipped with up-to-date information and materials, and fully supported in their work on behalf of Annual Fund.
- Identify, cultivate and solicit new donors to the Annual Fund with a focus on increasing the base of donors ($500+) to the Fund.
- Oversee the acknowledgement and stewardship of all donations to the Annual Fund. Compose correspondence and other communication as needed in addition to overseeing Development Associate in the execution of the acknowledgement and stewardship process.
- Maintain accurate and up-to-date records relating to the Annual Fund planning, execution and evaluation as well as broader project development and fundraising efforts.
- Serve as part of the Development and Alumnae Relations team to help plan and support implementation of the departmental events as needed.
- Possess a Bachelor’s degree
- 3-5 years of experience in annual giving or general fundraising
- Ability to quickly develop relationships with people and motivate their connection to the school
- Must possess the ability to work well with people: to engage, thank, and retain donors
- Ability to multi-task and prioritize work for highest return on investment
- Experience using fundraising tracking software (Raiser’s edge and Veracross preferred)
College Counseling Office Coordinator
Lincoln School, an all-girls, Quaker, K-12 school on the East Side of Providence, RI, is seeking a College Counseling Office Coordinator. This candidate will work closely with the Director of College Counseling as Lincoln students and parents navigate the college search and application process. The ideal candidate is highly organized, has the ability to meet deadlines, and possesses strong communication and technology skills. Experience with Naviance is desired, but not required. Responsibilities include:
- Assisting the Director of College Counseling in running an engaging college advising program
- Scheduling college counseling meetings for students and families
- Coordinating all college representative visits in the fall; meeting with reps when College Counselor is unavailable
- Managing all areas of Naviance; updating student information, sending all school materials to colleges in a timely fashion, educating families on the use of the system, managing scholarship lists, and organizing summer program information
- Working with Registrar to update transcripts
- Coordinating all aspects of PSAT and AP administration at Lincoln
- Planning Providence Independent School College Fair at Lincoln every four years
Part-time Spanish Teacher
Lincoln School, an all-girls, Quaker, K-12 school on the East Side of Providence, RI, is seeking a dynamic part-time language teachers for ages 2 – Kindergarten beginning in August 2015. Responsibilities include preparing and teaching lessons for five different classes, twice weekly each. The anticipated schedule is two, five-hour days.
The ideal candidate
- Is a native speaker.
- Is familiar with childhood games and songs in the target language.
- Has Early Childhood experience.
- Has the ability to work in a self-directed manner.
- Is warm, playful, and creative.
- Has a Bachelor’s Degree.
Lincoln School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, gender, national orientation, disability, sexual orientation, US Veteran status, or any other factor protected by law.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and names/contact information for three references to Carole Donnelly at email@example.com.
Lincoln School in Providence RI seeks a high school Science teacher with at least 5 years of classroom experience to teach Physics at an introductory and advanced level. Lincoln School follows a Physics first curricular progression. Candidates should be prepared to support the 9th Grade Physics curriculum by teaching algebraic topics (specifically trigonometric functions). Experience teaching AP Physics is also desired. Candidates may possibly be asked to teach one section of general Chemistry. Qualified candidates should have a passion for helping students to explore the physical sciences and for contextualizing scientific theories through hands on learning activities that have real world applications. A willingness to engage in a critical dialogue about instructional practice with peers and a desire to be involved in a wide range of school activities in and outside of the classroom are also essential. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and statement of educational philosophy, to Kim Lawrence at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lower School Substitute Teachers
Lower School (Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5) is looking for Substitute Teachers. If interested, please forward your resume and references to email@example.com.