St. Margaret’s School seeks a part-time Advancement Assistant. The Advancement Assistant is a key player in the organizational efforts behind Annual Fund, Capital Campaigns and Alumnae Relations operations. This role is responsible for the data, research and systems that support all relationship-building and fundraising efforts. The Advancement Assistant must be a collaborative communicator who can foster strong internal partnerships around data integrity, accurate financial reporting, prospect management systems and timely stewardship of donors, work closely with the Director of External Relations and collaboratively with the Annual Fund and Alumnae Relations Manager.
St. Margaret'/s School for girls is the first all-girls STEM day/boarding school in Canada. We are the oldest continuous independent day and boarding school on Vancouver Island. Our safe, quiet, 22-acre campus is located in a park-like setting in Victoria, BC, on the scenic west coast of Canada.
At St. Margaret'/s School, exceptional learning and life experiences encourage our students to embrace academic excellence, personal wellness, connection with nature, and service to both local and global communities.
We believe in the all-girl environment, because we see the results every day. Here, girls have the freedom to be daring, explore, try new things and try on new roles. We continually raise girls’ expectations of themselves, and have found that they are more than up for the challenge. They excel academically because they participate fully and enthusiastically in the classroom; they make challenging career choices because they are confident in their ability to succeed in any subject; and they believe in their futures because they are certain of their worth and their potential.
The complete details of this position can be found on our website: www.stmarg.ca/careers
If you are interested in applying for this challenging and rewarding position, please submit an application package, which includes a cover letter, curriculum vitae and professional references as attachments (MS Word of PDF format) quoting reference #1920005 in the subject line of your email by August 16, 2019.