The Bryn Mawr School values a diverse workplace. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, national or ethnic origin, or disability in administration of its hiring, educational, and admissions policies.
Long–term, Part-time Upper School Spanish Substitute
The Bryn Mawr School is searching for a long-term (second semester), part-time Upper School Spanish substitute teacher (two Honors Level Four classes). The ideal candidate will have a strong educational background with a degree in Spanish, secondary school teaching experience, and a genuine desire to teach and learn from young people.
The candidate should believe in the use of immersion to help students build a solid foundation in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish. They should show a passion for foreign languages and cultures, and be eager to share their knowledge to help students develop greater understanding of the world around them. A desire to be innovative with their curriculum, to collaborate with colleagues, and to take an active role in teaching in a one-to one laptop classroom are essential.
The Bryn Mawr School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Qualified candidates should send a resume and a list of at least three current references to Elaine Swyryn, Dean of Faculty, at email@example.com
Admission Office Administrative Assistant / Office Manager
The Admission Office of The Bryn Mawr School seeks a flexible, organized, enthusiastic, and technology-savvy administrative assistant/office manager who enjoys a fast- paced work environment. Qualified candidates must have excellent communication skills and demonstrate experience managing multiple projects at once, with great attention to detail and deadlines. Applicants will also need to demonstrate tact and sensitivity in matters requiring discretion and confidentiality. This is a full-time job from 7:30 to 4:00 p.m. with a generous vacation schedule and benefits package.
Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Assist the Director of Admission and the Assistant Directors in managing admissions and enrollment processes for Kindergarten to Grade 12
- Maintain accurate admission database (Blackbaud/Education Edge)•Create admission reports (Blackbaud and Microsoft Excel)
- Answer phones and respond to internet/email inquiries•Create, organize, and send application packets to families (K thru 12)
- Schedule appointments for Director of Admission and Assistant Directors
- Schedule visits and tours for applicants/families (K thru 12)
- Generate decisions letters and all correspondence related to admission process
- Support the admission team as needed in organizing and executing admission events (grades K thru 12)
- Organize and maintain admissions files (report cards, recommendation letters, emails, etc.)
- Assist the Director of Financial Aid in managing financial aid process
- Organize and maintain financial aid files •Generate all Financial Aid forms, letters and contracts
- Provide support for Admission Office student leaders and volunteers
- Receive, read, and route incoming mail
- Keep inventory of admission materials and office supplies
- Update class lists and enrollment data
- Qualified candidates have a minimum of 2-4 years relevant experience, and technological proficiency
- Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to prioritize, work independently and manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced team environment
- Solid decision-making skills and outstanding judgment, including discretion in the management of confidential information
- Excellent communication skills, including the ability to build rapport with both children and adults
- Experience with database systems (Blackbaud / Education Edge preferred)
Interested candidates should submit an electronic application that includes a cover letter and resume in a single Word or PDF document to Stacy Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Prospect Management and Stewardship Coordinator
The Bryn Mawr School seeks a full-time Prospect Management and Stewardship Coordinator to fill a new position in the Development Office. Areas of responsibilities include the development and management of a new prospect management system, preparation of major gift reports, analysis of major gift activity results, prospect research, and stewardship in support of the school’s development efforts. The position will be a full-time, full-year administrative staff position. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The Prospect Management and Stewardship Coordinator will:
- use Raiser’s Edge to implement a major gifts prospect management system that directly relates to the department’s goals and objectives.
- monitor the major gifts pipeline to protect relevant, timely information and analysis to prospect managers.
- review contact reports and capture relevant information to inform strategies.
- maintain and update prospect assignments and next steps, ensuring accuracy andintegrity of records for assigned major gifts prospects.
- undertake research of constituents to qualify them for major gift cultivation andsolicitation; identify potential new major gift prospects, assessing capacity and inclination; assist Development leadership in developing a set of ongoing screening practices.
- create policies and procedures for successful prospect management and research efforts, ensuring that all legal privacy requirements are met and that ethical standards are upheld.
- create and provide timely metrics to track cultivation and solicitation results, prospect statuses, tracking and summarization of prospect pipeline phases.
- implement and manage a stewardship program for the recognition and stewardship of all donors and prospects, with a focus on major gift donors.￼￼￼
- maintain data, track documentation, and correspond with donors for endowment funds.
- coordinate stewardship events and communications for major gift and planned givingdonors.
- assist with special projects and events or programs as needed.
Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities
- 3-5 years experience in development required, preferably in an independent school, university or hospital environment.
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Knowledge of database programs, word processing, spreadsheets, and prospect arrangement fundamentals. Experience with Raiser’s Edge database preferred.
- Must possess strong organization skills with the proven ability to plan, coordinate and implement multiple projects simultaneously under tight deadlines.
- Have a strong knowledge of prospect identification and research methods. Possess superior analytic skills.
- Must be able to work independently and collaboratively with Development team members.
- Must be able to communicate thoroughly, accurately, and concisely, both verbally and in writing.
- Must maintain a positive and professional demeanor and demonstrate integrity and confidentiality.
- The ability to work some evenings and weekends is required.
Please send cover letter and resume to:
Julie S. Marshall
Director of Development
The Bryn Mawr School
The following coaching positions are open for the 2013-14 school year.
If you have interest please apply by emailing Wendy Kridel at email@example.com