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Below are the positions available at St. Luke's Episcopal School for the 2019-2020 school year. Please click the job title to view a description of the role and responsibilities.
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Please send completed employment application and résumés in PDF or Word format to Director of 1st - 8th Grade Christopher Duke at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, please call Chris at (210) 826-0664.
The director of enrollment management is an integral part of the school’s senior administrative team and is responsible for managing all facets of the admissions process in the school’s efforts to attract, enroll, and retain a mission appropriate student population.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Contribute to the mission and standards of the school by recruiting and retaining students who will benefit from the school’s unique culture and programmatic offerings and contribute to the school community.
Develop strategies and implement an annual enrollment plan for recruitment and retention in accordance with the enrollment priorities and the mission of St. Luke’s.
Report directly to the head of school and serve on the Senior Administrative Team.
Coordinate the message conveyed in all marketing materials, print and digital and to manage communication/messaging between school constituencies (admission prospects, parents, faculty, students, staff alumni and community).
Conduct research (database archive and demographic) to inform admission marketing plan; oversee systems to share information with development and other offices.
Work closely with the Business Manager to develop enrollment management budgets and monitor strategic financial aid plan and process. Serve on the financial aid committee.
Collaborate with the Director of Development to identify and cultivate potential donors in the broader community.
Collaborate with the members of the Senior Administrative Team to evaluate the effectiveness of admissions and retention policies and practices.
Serve as a liaison to the Board of Trustees regarding admissions and enrollment management. Prepare and present reports the Board of Trustees as requested.
Coordinate three essential elements to ensure a competitive admissions process and the long-term health of the student body:
Admission Management - The tracking and management of prospective students from applicant to enrollment and beyond. Including, but not limited to, parent and family interviews, personal and group tours, transmission and reception of relevant academic records and testing data, creation and coordination of ambassador families and integration and support of new students.
Student Retention - The oversight of exit interviews and surveys. Responsible for collating relevant information for enrollment and attrition trend analyses.
Research - Analyze data that affect enrollment. Create, report, and execute enrollment projections.
Develop and implement a strategic recruitment and communication plan to reach targeted audiences, including identifying and implementing best-practice web-based technologies.
Oversees the planning and evaluation of all admissions events and promotional communications, including marketing (print, electronic, and social media).
Understand the culture and climate of the school and the broader educational environment. Proactively advocate for SLES in San Antonio community. Work with colleagues at other schools to advocate for SLES.
Be sensitive to economic, cultural, and other issues present in the enrollment of a diverse student body.
Communicate clearly and enthusiastically to all staff and prospective students and families.
- A bachelor’s degree; master’s degree preferred
- Experience in independent school education, preferably in admissions
- High skill and comfort in using admissions related software and database systems
- Demonstrated leadership qualities; ability to effectively lead and execute
- Ability to establish and maintain effective organization, community, and public relationships
- Capacity to think critically and creatively
- Outstanding interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
- Team-oriented, positive attitude and willingness to work collaboratively and productively with other school community members
St. Luke’s Episcopal School seeks a Development Director to lead the school’s development and marketing efforts, including annual giving, fundraising events, and capital campaigns as well as overseeing alumni, grandparent, and external relation programs. The Development Director reports directly to the Head of School, is a member of St. Luke’s senior leadership team, and works with the board of trustee’s development committee.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The director of development will:
Establish and execute forward-thinking development/ advancement and strategic programs that optimally grow the annual, major, and capital campaigns; legacy gifts; and planned giving.
Oversee all aspects of the development program, including fundraising, leading the annual giving program, guiding the capital campaign, soliciting corporate and foundation proposals; creating a strong alumni association, and special development events.
Identify, research, and spearhead the implementation of a diverse and multifaceted fundraising program to support the school’s strategic vision, cultivating a culture of giving and gratitude across all constituencies and socio-economic strata.
Collaborate with the admissions office on PR initiatives and the marketing and communications office to create/produce fund raising-related communication materials to expand and enhance the school’s visibility and reputation.
Identify corporate and foundation funding opportunities and help draft grant applications.
Strengthen relationships with the school’s alumni and further develop alumni programming.
Identify, cultivate, and assist in soliciting major donors.
Enhance existing relationships while building new relationships, systems, and programs that further tap into the generosity and resources of the community.
Maintain a database of all contributors and provide development reports as required.
Manage the development budget.
Supervise and nurture the development office staff.
Coordinate the school’s volunteerism efforts.
Nurture and maintain a highly collaborative relationship with the head of school, the board chair, and individual board members, supporting them in all their fundraising responsibilities, and accompanying them on donor visits when appropriate.
The director of development will actively participate in relevant school activities and events to promote the mission of the school as directed by the head of school.
Common Qualification Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree preferred
5+ years of experience in the nonprofit sector and in fundraising
Independent school experience preferred
Proven success in directly soliciting and closing charitable gifts
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with all the school’s constituents while maintaining strict confidentiality
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strategic thinker with a “can-do” style
Passionate about working with a wide range of individuals from diverse backgrounds
Outstanding knowledge of fundraising data software and database management software
Experience working with and motivating volunteers and staff members
Familiarity with the local community
Please email resume, letter of interest, and other supporting documents to
Ms Chelsea Collins, Head of School Elect at email@example.com
St. Luke’s Episcopal School is a PK3 through 8th grade independent school in San Antonio, TX. Faculty at St. Luke’s serve students and families as teachers, advisors, and athletic coaches or sponsors of extracurricular activities. Our ideal candidate is a professional independent school educator who thrives when working in collaborative environments, has a passion for working with children, believes in our mission, and has a love of learning.
Personal and Professional Characteristics:
Working understanding of the differences between independent and public schools
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Desire to engage with students and families in our community
Willingness to work with fellow educators to enhance and improve student progress and outcomes
Proficient knowledge and experience with relevant educational and professional technologies
Interest in continued development as an educator dedicated to best practices in teaching and learning
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s preferred
St. Luke’s Episcopal School employs qualified persons of any race, color, or national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the faculty and staff of the School. Discrimination and harassment are antithetical to the mission of St. Luke’s Episcopal School and will not be tolerated. St. Luke’s Episcopal School complies with all applicable federal and state nondiscrimination laws, and does not engage in prohibited employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, nationality or ethnic origin, gender, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristics protected bylaw.