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1st Grade Lead Homeroom Teacher

August 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021

To learn more about Mackintosh Academy, visit: www.mackboulder.com

Middle School (Grades 7 & 8) Lead Teacher

July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021

Montessori School of Evergreen (MSE) is a 230-student day school serving students Toddler through Eighth Grade. MSE is dedicated to its mission of inspiring a lifelong love of learning in each student through meaningful, dynamic, and innovative experiences. MSE is fully accredited by both the American Montessori Society and the Association of Colorado Independent Schools. 


MSE is seeking a highly qualified teacher to join our Middle School. Applicants must understand Montessori fundamentals and approach, have strong teaching and curriculum development experience, and be highly tuned to the needs of adolescents. Strong communication skills, the desire to work collaboratively as part of a team, take part in all aspects of the program including trips with students, and the ability and interest to integrate curriculum across subject areas are a must as well. The successful candidate will join a team that is growing the Secondary Montessori model.


Qualifications:

  • AMS/MACTE certification in Secondary 1 (or willingness to begin training this summer)

  • BA/BS degree required and MA degree preferred 

  • Minimum of 5+ years teaching experience in Seventh and/or Eighth Grade

  • Understanding of and commitment to Montessori philosophy 

  • Ability to work collaboratively with faculty to enhance curriculum and community 

  • Commitment to professional development and best practices in education 

  • Education experience in a variety of instructional methods 

  • Commitment to meeting the needs of each child 

  • Computer proficiency

  • Experience with student learning management systems


Benefits:

  • Competitive, independent school salaries

  • Full benefits package including healthcare, PTO and retirement

  • Extensive, professional development opportunities

  • Tuition reimbursement for eligible employees seeking Montessori Certifications

  • Tuition remission opportunities for MSE enrolled students of staff


Compensation is commensurate with experience and education. MSE is an equal opportunity employer.


TO APPLY, CANDIDATES SHOULD SEND THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION BY EMAIL: 

  • A cover letter describing your interest in the position with an overview of your background and experience with children and education

  • A current resume 

  • Contact information for three references


APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SENT TO: 

[email protected]

 

Electronic file names must be in the following format: 

  • FirstName LastName Cover Letter CurrentYear - Middle School Lead

  • FirstName LastName Resume CurrentYear - Middle School Lead

Lower School Director

February 21, 2020 - April 1, 2020

Dawson, a K-12 independent school of 520 students located east of Boulder on a beautiful 107-acre campus, seeks an exceptional Lower School Director.  The Lower School Director will work closely with the Head of School and Leadership Team to create a culture of positivity, partnership, and connection throughout the K-5 community of faculty, students, and families. This culture requires a spirit of encouragement, support, transparency, participation, broad student programming in academics and SEL, and enthusiasm for Dawson. The focus of the Lower School Director will be sustaining a positive school culture, implementing programs effectively and efficiently, ensuring proactive communication, and supporting lower school students and teachers. Compensation is competitive. 

 

Dawson School Mission Statement 

Dawson School is dedicated to excellence of mind, body, and character. We prepare students, through challenging and relevant learning, to become creative, resilient problem-solvers who bring their best to the world.

 

Professional Qualifications

  • Independent school experience in a variety of roles in and out of the classroom
  • Master’s Degree in education or a related field preferred
  • Demonstrated success in program development and implementation
  • Demonstrated experience in, and enthusiasm for, contemporary educational practices, leadership development, faculty growth, social-emotional learning, and community building

 

Personal Qualities

  • Demonstrate enthusiasm for work with all school constituencies
  • Model school virtues of respect, compassion, courage, and integrity
  • Communicate (orally and in writing) effectively with all school constituencies
  • Collaborate and work positively as a member of a team
  • Demonstrate vision, direction, and resilience
  • Acknowledge personal strengths and challenges
  • Commit to developing the individual potential of students and faculty
  • Guide and direct, purposeful conversations in difficult situations or conflict
  • Demonstrate interest in the latest research on pedagogy, technology, and learning

 

Duties

  • Report to Head of School and serve on the Leadership Team
  • Direct entirety of Lower School programs, including curriculum, arts, and activities
  • Coordinate work of the Lower School Leadership Team
  • Recruit and evaluate Lower School faculty and staff
  • Assess, and address when necessary, strengths and challenges of faculty and staff
  • Work with the Upper School Director and Middle School Director to ensure continuity, consistency, and opportunities for connection
  • Work with parents, students, and other constituencies to foster enthusiasm for the work of the School
  • Participate actively in strategic planning

 

Compensation is commensurate with experience. Interested candidates should go to the Dawson website (www.dawsonschool.org), scroll to the bottom of the page, click on the Employment link, find Current Job Opportunities at Dawson, and select the Lower School Director posting to apply for this position. Only online applications will be accepted. This position is available July 1, 2020, and will function on a 12-month employment agreement running from July 1 to June 30.  No phone calls, please.

Middle School Director

February 21, 2020 - April 1, 2020

Dawson, a K-12 independent school of 520 students located east of Boulder on a beautiful 107-acre campus, seeks an exceptional Middle School Director.  The Middle School Director will work closely with the Head of School and Leadership Team to create a culture of positivity, partnership, and connection throughout the 6-8 community of faculty, students, and families. This culture requires a spirit of encouragement, support, transparency, participation, broad student programming in academics and SEL, and enthusiasm for Dawson. The focus of the Middle School Director will be sustaining positive school culture, implementing programs effectively and efficiently, and ensuring proactive communication, and supporting middle school students and teachers. Compensation is competitive. 

 

Dawson School Mission Statement 

Dawson School is dedicated to excellence of mind, body, and character. We prepare students, through challenging and relevant learning, to become creative, resilient problem-solvers who bring their best to the world.

Professional Qualifications

  • Independent school experience in a variety of roles in and out of the classroom
  • Master’s Degree in education or a related field preferred
  • Demonstrated success in program development and implementation
  • Demonstrated experience in, and enthusiasm for, contemporary educational practices, leadership development, faculty growth, social-emotional learning, and community building
  • Demonstrated literacy expertise and learning support exposure

 

Personal Qualities

  • Demonstrate enthusiasm for work with all school constituencies
  • Model school virtues of respect, compassion, courage, and integrity
  • Communicate (orally and in writing) effectively with all school constituencies
  • Collaborate and work positively as a member of a team
  • Demonstrate vision, direction, and resilience
  • Acknowledge personal strengths and challenges
  • Commit to developing the individual potential of students and faculty
  • Guide direct, purposeful conversations in difficult situations or conflict
  • Demonstrate interest in the latest research on pedagogy, technology, and learning

 

Duties

  • Report to Head of School and serve on the Leadership Team
  • Direct entirety of Middle School programs, including curriculum, arts, and activities
  • Coordinate work of the Middle School Leadership Team
  • Recruit and evaluate Middle School faculty and staff
  • Assess, and address when necessary, strengths and challenges of faculty and staff
  • Work with the Upper School Director and Lower School Director  to ensure continuity, consistency, and opportunities for connection
  • Work with parents, students, and other constituencies to foster enthusiasm for the work of the School
  • Participate actively in strategic planning

 

Compensation is commensurate with experience. Interested candidates should go to the Dawson website (www.dawsonschool.org), scroll to the bottom of the page, click on the Employment link, find Current Job Opportunities at Dawson, and select the Middle School Director posting to apply for this position. Only online applications will be accepted. This position is available July 1, 2020, and will function on a 12-month employment agreement running from July 1 to June 30.  No phone calls, please.

Communications Manager Montessori School of Denver

February 19, 2020 - June 30, 2020

Montessori School of Denver (MSD) is seeking an experienced, full-time Communications Manager to join our Administration Team for the 2019-2020 school year. As an integral member of the MSD team, the Communications Manager implements and supports communication strategies that successfully support the mission of MSD.

MSD provides an engaging, dynamic, and sound Montessori educational program for all of its students. The school is accredited by both the American Montessori Society* and the Association of Colorado Independent Schools and is thus recognized by the National Association of Independent Schools for its academic excellence. Founded in 1964, MSD is the oldest Montessori school in the Denver metro area. In 2015, MSD completed a comprehensive multi-million-dollar expansion plan to complement its existing facilities. A new Arts and Athletics Center, enhanced outdoor learning and play environments, a new Toddler Village, updated Middle School space, Urban Farm, and a state-of-the-art Science and Innovation Tower provide an exceptional experiential educational environment for all of its students. Currently, the School serves over 340 students, Toddler through Middle School.

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities of the Communications Manager

  • Manage an integrated online presence on social media platforms.
  • Execute annual marketing and campaign plans that engage internal and external constituents in the support and promotion of the school.
  • Help to identify emerging marketing opportunities, design effective targeting strategies, and report on results to the Director of Advancement.
  • Oversee the production of a variety of materials meant to increase the school’s visibility and competitive positioning, and enhance the public’s perception of the school.
  • Work across all departments, including Specials and Auxiliary Programs, to trumpet student activities and successes in publications.
  • Collaborate with the Admissions Team and the Advancement office to develop strategies to recruit prospective students and engage committed alumni and families.
  • Manage a comprehensive publications program (concept, design, content, editorial, and production for paper and electronic communications) that reaches and influences the school’s target audiences.
  • Maintain the strategic and creative direction of the school’s website and keep content updated.
  • Maintain working relationships between the school and the media as well as other key community organizations; create and maintain an official point of contact for public information.
  • Implement a crisis management communication plan if directed to do so.
  • Communicate effectively with all constituencies, including students, faculty and staff, parents, and alumni/ae.
  • Participate in the Marketing and Communications Task Force.
  • Maintain and track the annual marketing budget.
  • Develop and maintain signage and banners across campus.
  • Write and send all school emails including: the weekly MSD Bee newsletter, Head of School emails, admission event emails and reminders, Parent Association communications, and other miscellaneous emails.
  • Photograph events, as well as edit, organize, and manage photos. Some videography.

 Qualification Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in English, journalism, communications, or marketing strongly preferred.
  • Experience in marketing and communications with independent schools or nonprofit organizations.
  • Outstanding organizational and presentation skills.
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills.
  • Proven ability to effectively lead, manage, and inspire a collaborative team in a fast-paced environment with multiple creative projects.
  • Creative thinker with an artistic vision that can drive MSD mission focused direction.
  • Experience with website content management and design (WordPress and some HTML).
  • Experience in Adobe publishing and design software (InDesign, Illustrator, Lightroom, and Photoshop especially).
  • Demonstrated experience with photography, videography, and social media marketing.
  • Demonstrated success as a confident problem solver.
  • Proven track record as an independent and goal-oriented manager with a dedication to meeting deadlines.

MSD offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including but not limited to medical, dental and vision insurance; 403(b) retirement plan with employer match; and opportunities for professional development.

MSD is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive school community.

Equal Opportunity Employer: MSD is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.

 Please complete an employment application located on our website. Email or fax completed application and resume to the attention of Lydia Desmarais, Director of Human Resources, at [email protected] or 303-757-6145.

 

Teaching Opportunity at the Stanley British Primary School

 

Opening:   3-4-5 Learning Resource (Special Education) Teacher

 

About Stanley BPS: For over 40 years, Stanley classrooms have been filled with engaged learners guided by inspired teachers. We carefully blend an academic program grounded in a whole-child approach with an attention to each child’s social/emotional development. Our British Primary philosophy promotes the simple notion that when students enjoy what they’re doing and take an active role in their education, learning truly becomes a joy and a lifelong endeavor. SBPS is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive school community. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Inspiring and educating children to develop to their full potential
  • Creating a safe, supportive, mutually respectful classroom community which values the distinct contributions and abilities of each child
  • Providing exceptional instruction focused on meeting the needs of diverse learners consistent with current evidence-based educational practices.
  • Developing, planning and implementing individualized Learning Support Plans (I.E.P.s)
  • Working as a team to support children’s needs
      • Meeting on a regular basis with classroom teacher to discuss children and their progress and how best to create an inclusive classroom community
      • Participating in trans-disciplinary Child Support Meetings (speech, O.T, tutors, Psychologist Consultant, classroom teacher, Director of Elementary/Middle School Education and others, as necessary etc.)
      • Meeting with parents on a regular basis and as needed to reflect on child and his/her progress and make any changes to goals and plans

 

Desired Qualifications  and Background Experience:

  • A deep enjoyment of working with children and getting to know them, honoring and valuing each individual child.
  • A commitment to engendering inclusiveness as a core value in the classroom and within the school community
  • An appreciation for and deep understanding of the British Primary philosophy including the Seven Goals for Learners of self-awareness, collaboration, curiosity, perseverance, academic resourcefulness, and joyful, life-long learning
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills
  • Flexibility, and the ability to manage details and to follow through
  • Teaching experience, preferably at least five years, and preferably in third, fourth and fifth grade classrooms
  • Experience adapting and modifying curriculum, and meeting the needs of diverse learners
  • Background in Special Education, ideally a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Special Education or related field.
  • Ability to interpret and communicate about assessments and comprehensive evaluationsA commitment to improving one’s craft and growing professionally, modeling the joyful, lifelong learning we seek to impart to our students.

We Value:

  • An inclusive and diverse community
  • Joyfulness
  • Lifelong learning
  • Positive and constructive communication
  • Creativity, flexibility, and resourcefulness
  • An understanding of children and childhood
  • Commitment to making a positive difference in the world

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Stanley BPS is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status. This policy covers all programs, services, policies, and procedures of Stanley BPS, including admissions, employment and access to services and programs.

 

To initiate an application, send a cover letter and resume to:

 

Anne Schreiber [email protected]

 

Stanley British Primary School 303-360-0803

350 Quebec St.

Denver, CO 80230

 

Interviews will start as resumes are received and we are accepting resumes until the position is filled.

Events Manager Montessori School of Denver

February 19, 2020 - June 30, 2020

Montessori School of Denver (MSD) is seeking an Event Manager for the 2020-2021 School Year, who is passionate about top-notch hospitality and detailed event execution. Candidates should have proven success in providing excellent customer and enjoy working with people.

 The Event Manager should be a master at multi-tasking and successfully executing event logistics while interacting with event vendors and guests. The ideal candidate will have worked in the hospitality/catering industry and are therefore able to creatively execute logistical needs for MSD’s Events including event space design and creative menus.

 The Event Manager position is a 30 hours per week position requiring flexibility to get the job done, while anticipating the need to work additional hours on larger events. We have events early in the mornings and sometimes in the evenings. The Event Manager is responsible for ensuring the event space is set up and taken down efficiently and effectively. 

 Event Execution: 

  • Work directly with staff members hosting events to ensure the vision is seen through.
  • Implementing and managing event timelines and schedules.
  • Work directly with Facilities arranging the event locations, room setup and breakdown including all needs for seating, A/V, food/beverage, etc.
  • Coordinate vendors for events, including rental companies, caterers, and special guests.
  • Gain full-knowledge of event space layout, capabilities, as well as functional details, inventory, and storage locations of all event assets. 
  • Managing and overseeing events on the day of, including problem-solving, welcoming guests, directing event set up, communication with staff, volunteers, and vendors, and managing take down and clean up.
  • Provide post event feedback and improvement areas to our Administration and Educational Leadership Team.
  • Deliver the Montessori experience with attention to detail.

  Requirements: 

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to follow detailed directions provided by event host.
  • Ability to work independently, think ahead, strategize, and anticipate needs for an event.
  • Enjoy problem solving in fast-paced environments.
  • Creative thinking, extremely organized, and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work within an event budget.
  • Enjoy customer service, children, and working with volunteers.
  • Minimum high school diploma or equivalent.
  • Ability to lift and move up to 40 lbs. of heavy equipment.
  • Proven success achieving goals and achieving results.

 MSD offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including but not limited to medical, dental and vision insurance; 403(b) retirement plan with employer match; and opportunities for professional development.

 MSD is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive school community.

 Equal Opportunity Employer: MSD is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.

 Please complete an employment application located on our website. Email or fax completed application and resume to the attention of Lydia Desmarais, Director of Human Resources at [email protected] or 303-757-6145.

 

Literacy Specialist Montessori School of Denver

February 19, 2020 - June 30, 2020

Montessori School of Denver (MSD) is seeking an experienced Literacy Specialist to join our Learning Support Team for the 2020-2021 school year.

The primary purpose of the Montessori School of Denver is to educate children and to teach and nurture the skills necessary for success in the 21st-century based on a foundation of Montessori philosophy and principles and best educational practices. MSD also upholds the highest standards of independent school education as articulated in the Standards of the Association of Colorado Independent Schools, Principles of Good Practice of the National Association of Independent Schools, and the American Montessori Society’s Philosophy and Practice and Code of Ethics.

 MISSION STATEMENT

We are a dynamic educational environment empowering students to use diverse knowledge and experiences to reach their full potential and do good in the world.

IMPLEMENTATION AND ASSESSMENT

  • Create an Orton-Gillingham implementation plan for kindergarten through fifth grade that provides a framework for classroom instruction and individual work. The plan must include a process by which students are assessed, grouped for instruction, and provide an outline for delivery of content and follow up work.
  • Train members of the Literacy Team in foundational OG strategies.
  • Oversee DIBELS assessment process including determining testing windows, training teachers to administer testing, ordering materials, and supporting teachers with data entry, if needed.
  • Document initial assessment and maintain progress monitoring, disseminate pertinent information to teachers and administration.
  • Work with Student Support Team on interpreting individual student DIBEL scores to determine support strategies as needed.
  • Work with Literacy/Educational Leadership Team on analyzing DIBEL, ERB, or other testing data for trends, areas for professional development, and/or areas of strength.
  • Keep Literacy materials in good condition, maintain and grow reader set library, order new materials as needed, and appropriately manage the Literacy budget.
  • As part of the Learning Support Team, meet regularly with teachers to provide insight and guidance to create a plan for differentiated instruction in the classroom for accommodations and learning extensions as necessary.

 TEACHING PRACTICE

  • Work directly with identified children, individually or in small groups, to strengthen literacy skills.
  • Prepare materials and lessons that meet the needs and interests of the children, are appropriate to their development, and are based on Montessori philosophy and practice, best educational practices, and utilize the strategies from the Orton-Gillingham model.
  • Communicate clearly and accurately with children, conveying clear expectations and managing student behavior in a positive, respectful and effective manner.
  • Be on time and well prepared to meet the children.
  • Model appropriate behavior and respectful communication at all times, and promote positive self-concept.
  • Manage small groups in such a manner that children are able to concentrate on their work, and gain confidence in their practice and in their abilities.
  • Promote the values contained in the mission statement.
  • Model effective interpersonal relationships that are thoughtful and respectful.
  • Create an emotional climate that is warm and comfortable and in which children feel safe and nurtured and facilitate a cooperative learning community.
  • Define and support a clear process for resolving difficulties and the children use the process regularly.
  • Be aware of and sensitive to children’s individual learning challenges, styles and intelligences. Treat all students equitably and make appropriate adjustments in teaching style to meet individual learning differences.
  • Help the children develop physically, academically, socially and emotionally. When there are difficulties in any of these areas to keep accurate records regarding the problems or concerns of consequence involving the child, consult with the Assistant Head or School and/or the Director of Upper Elementary and communicate with parents and outside professionals according to established procedures.
  • Assure the safety of each child on the school grounds.

 PROFESSIONAL/PERSONAL GROWTH

  • Support Professional Development of MSD faculty in the area of literacy.
  • Keep up-to-date on current research on best practices for reading instruction.
  • Set realistic and meaningful annual goals and successfully accomplish them.
  • Continue to grow in all subject areas and keep abreast of current practice and materials by reading professional literature, participating in school professional development opportunities, attending a minimum of 15 hours of school in-services, going to workshops and attending classes.
  • Be able to engage in honest self-assessment and receive feedback from peers and/or supervisor.
  • Be willing to improve and assume responsibility for his/her actions.
  • Demonstrate the ability to reason, take multiple perspectives, be creative, take risks, experiment and solve problems.
  • Maintain a professional attitude on campus and at all school related events.

 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Colleagues

  • Communicate with teachers and appropriate administrator(s) on a regular basis regarding progress of students.
  • Meet with administrator(s) regularly to update caseload.
  • Communicate with teachers to determine effective support schedule.
  • Meet with program/teaching teams where appropriate.
  • Provide suggestions for accommodations and possible strategies and tools within the classroom that work within Montessori practice.
  • Serve as a resource for the development of further strategies and extensions.
  • Assist teachers in parent meetings where appropriate.
  • Assist with determining salient information from evaluations and take action to clarify the report for the child’s learning team.
  • Discuss curriculum and educational philosophy with MSD peers and share expertise, welcome new ideas and demonstrate the ability to be flexible.
  • Share his or her space and materials with colleagues.
  • Give and receive help from colleagues. Provide active, on-going support for all colleagues and demonstrate strong collaborative skills. Participate positively as a member of MSD faculty.
  • Deal directly with colleagues in regards to any unresolved issues. Use the MSD Complaint and Conflict Resolution Policy and avoid gossip.
  • Be respectful of community agreements such as being prompt at meetings and fulfilling responsibilities.
 Parents
  • Be responsive, respectful and supportive of the parents in their role of parenting and make helpful recommendations when appropriate.
  • Lead Parent Education workshops, as appropriate.
  • Consult with parents and teachers on developing strategies to support literacy development and proficiency to create consistency between home and school.
  • Maintain a positive attitude toward parents and respond in a thoughtful and timely manner.
  • Utilize parents as resources in supporting the child.
  • Conduct conferences as required or requested for children receiving literacy support. Communicate clearly and honestly during parent conferences about child’s strengths and challenges.
  • Write clear and informative progress updates as needed.
  • Complete recommendation forms for future schools as required.

MSD offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including but not limited to medical, dental and vision insurance; 403(b) retirement plan with employer match; and opportunities for professional development.

MSD is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive school community.

Equal Opportunity Employer: MSD is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.

Please complete an employment application located on our website. Email or fax completed application and resume to the attention of Lydia Desmarais, Director of Human Resources, at [email protected] or 303-757-6145.

Development Associate Montessori School of Denver

February 19, 2020 - June 30, 2020

Montessori School of Denver (MSD) is seeking an experienced Development Associate to join our Administration Team for the 2019-2020 school year.

MSD provides an engaging, dynamic, and sound Montessori educational program for all of its students. The school is accredited by both the American Montessori Society* and the Association of Colorado Independent Schools and is thus recognized by the National Association of Independent Schools for its academic excellence. Founded in 1964, MSD is the oldest Montessori school in the Denver metro area. In 2015, MSD completed a comprehensive multi-million-dollar expansion plan to complement its existing facilities. A new Arts and Athletics Center, enhanced outdoor learning and play environments, a new Toddler Village, updated Middle School space, Urban Farm, and a state-of-the-art Science and Innovation Tower provide an exceptional experiential educational environment for all of its students. Currently, the School serves over 340 students, Toddler through Middle School.

 The Development Associate will be responsible for managing our Annual Fund and the database of donor information. MSD is seeking a proactive, detail-oriented, self-motivated individual who will report to our Director of Advancement. Experience in Administration, Development, and/or non-profit preferred.

 Development Associate Responsibilities:

  • Manage and execute the Annual Fund Campaign, including managing the distribution of the tax receipt letters in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Manage our donor database systems “Raisers Edge” and “Blackbaud.” Verify current information and optimize our lists. Increase the use of Raisers Edge/Blackbaud by adding details to each donor’s profile that helps to track engagement on a variety of levels.
  • Update and manage MSD’s Colorado Gives Day profile each year.
  • Assist in the production of marketing and outreach materials for distribution including the Annual Report.
  • Organize donor engagement events.
  • Gather information, photos, and statistics for the Annual Report.
  • Execute all mailings including solicitations and appreciations.
  • Attend Development Committee meetings.
  • Oversee all related expenses as it relates to the Annual Fund.
  • Support fundraising efforts including Capital Campaign, Speaker Series, and  MSD’s Sabbatical Program.

 Development Associate Requirements:

  • Raiser’s Edge/Blackbaud database experience highly recommended.
  • Proven organizational, follow-through, and follow-up skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills when working with colleagues, independent school parents, parent volunteers, and other donor constituencies.
  • Utmost discretion with regard to donor personal information.
  • Proficient with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  • Proven success achieving goals and delivering results.

MSD offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including but not limited to medical, dental and vision insurance; 403(b) retirement plan with employer match; and opportunities for professional development.

MSD is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive school community.

Equal Opportunity Employer: MSD is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.

 Please complete an employment application located on our website. Email or fax completed application and resume to the attention of Lydia Desmarais, Director of Human Resources, at [email protected] or 303-757-6145.

 

High School Literature Teacher

February 18, 2020 - May 15, 2020

Denver Academy in Denver, Colorado seeks a High School Literature Teacher for the 2020-2021 school year.