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Success for All is always looking for experienced and talented candidates to join our team and embrace our mission.

Candidates should our share our passion for supporting schools and helping all children receive a high-quality education.

 

To apply for either position, please email a cover letter and resume with salary requirements to HR@successforall.org.

The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.

Position: Director, Fund Development Reports to: Executive Director Hours: Monday- Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm; work outside of regular work hours required. Job Status: Full-time, Regular FLSA Classification: Exempt The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. POSITION OVERVIEW: Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Fund Development will provide the strategic vision, leadership and day-to-day management for the design, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive advancement program that includes a broad-based fundraising program, including major and leadership giving programs directed at gaining philanthropic support from individuals and institutions, and communications initiatives as they relate to these development efforts. The Director will develop and implement a strategic, national, integrated development plan that will secure significant external support to further SFAF’s mission and aspirations. He/she will create a structure and build a foundation for the development function that will increase fundraising results and capacity to meet SFAF’s short-term needs and long-term objectives. The Director will build a prospect pipeline to promote the acquisition of corporate, foundation and individual gifts. Key Responsibilities: The specific responsibilities of the Director of Fund Development are to: Fundraising
  • Develop positive relationships with existing corporate and private foundation funders;
  • Develop a culture of philanthropy among all key stakeholders including individual supporters;
  • Define goals and desired outcomes for fundraising programs;
  • Identify, cultivate and solicit prospective donors, and effectively steward all donors;
  • Initiate and build relationships with donors and potential donors and develop and cultivate those relationships and commitments to be translated into financial, in-kind and volunteer support;
  • Work with the executive team to identify and recruit appropriate volunteers to serve on the Foundation’s campaign program or in other volunteer capacities;
  • Develop and maintain an effective stewardship, recognition and communications program for all supporters;
  • Conduct an ongoing evaluation of the development plan and identify and address necessary revisions with the goal of long-term success, keeping the executive team informed of such changes to the plan;
  • Prepare and present the annual advancement budget; and
  • Other duties as needed
Communications
  • Provide leadership in the design and development of a comprehensive marketing and communications program for the advancement function which will enhance the image, visibility and reputation of the Foundation locally and nationally;
  • Maintain overall responsibility for all print, web and email communications for the purpose of advancing fundraising activities;
  • Oversee the use of technology (databases and specific software) as it relates to prospect management, coordination, donations management, donor recognition and acknowledgement programs; and
  • Other duties as assigned.
Position: Manager of Educational Partnerships Reports to: Director of Program Support Hours: Monday- Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm; work outside of regular work hours required. Job Status: Full-time, Regular FLSA Classification: Exempt POSITION OVERVIEW: We are seeking a strategic-minded, goal-driven individual to fulfill the role of Manager of Educational Partnerships.  The primary goal of this position is to expand the number of SFAF tutoring implementations throughout Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. This is an exempt position and will report to the Director of Program Support. Key Responsibilities:
  • Create a plan for program growth including, but not limited to, leveraging SFA Tutoring implementations in Baltimore City Schools
  • Develop strategies to spread awareness about the SFA Tutoring program
    • Build strong collaborative relationships with district decision makers to promote the successful implementation of SFA Tutoring
    • Initiate and coordinate site visits to districts and schools in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and Pennsylvania
    • Research district funding streams and educational focus areas to understand implementation potential and prioritize efforts
    • Collaborate with internal marketing and design teams to plan and implement campaigns
  • Reach quarterly growth targets through strategic planning, analysis and problem-solving
Education and Experience:
  • Strong program management and community engagement skills and experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or equivalent experience
  • Experience working with school districts to implement new education programs, curricula, resources, or tools
  • Proven track record of educational sales
  • Excellent communication skills and dynamic relationship building to gain market penetration in new districts
  • Advanced organizational and problem-solving skills, including balancing multiple priorities
  • Self-directed and goal-driven to build pre-K through grade eight programs that affect large-scale change
Technology:
  • PC Proficient: Electronic mail, record-keeping, Microsoft Office proficiency, Internet navigation, Zoom, Google Meets, and other related software applications
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time as required
  • Ability to establish and nurture relationships across a network of local schools, organizations, and communities
  • Ability to develop and deliver presentations
  • Ability to develop, plan, and implement short- and long-range goals
  • Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities
Working Conditions:
  • Work is normally performed at school and/or district offices, in a typical office environment, or at various conferences.
  • Manage and maintain a home office.
  • Use of a personal car is required.
  Physical Effort:
  • The job requires the repeated movement of up to 20 pounds of materials and luggage, of up to 50 pounds of materials and luggage frequently and up to 75 pounds of materials and luggage occasionally.
  • Climbing stairs, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing for extended periods, walking, pushing, lifting, grasping, and repetitive motions are required.

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