Director of Development
Trinity Hall seeks an experienced fundraising professional to become its Director of Development during an exciting time in the school’s establishment and growth. The Director of Development will assume primary responsible for creating and executing fundraising programs; alumnae and parent relations; and development events that build a strong culture of philanthropy and maximize giving to the school. This is a full-time, 12-month administrative position reporting to the Head of School and overseeing the development department – and work of the board’s development committee – in its adoption of an integrated, targeted approach to fundraising, development, and cultivation. An overarching strategy will be implemented to support the goal of increasing philanthropic support of school operations (annual fund), physical growth (capital campaign) and endowment, as well as the school’s commitment to serving a diverse school population.
The entire Trinity Hall community endeavors to achieve the academic, social, and spiritual formational goals of our mission. All faculty and staff play a vital role in the continued development, growth, and success of Trinity Hall – an exciting, worthwhile, and long overdue educational option for the greater Jersey Shore region. The successful Director of Development candidate will advance the school’s mission; live the guiding principles and embody the school’s core values; set and meet high standards for continuous improvement; build constituent satisfaction through attention to quality customer service; cultivate and model collaboration and professionalism; and contribute to the success of Trinity Hall by serving on the school leadership team.
Advancing the school’s giving objectives and capital campaign are key opportunities for a Director of Development who has demonstrated success in creating and leading fundraising plans while managing strategic partnerships and support from the school’s administration and board of trustees. The individual’s efforts will have an impact on the school’s programing, and consequently, its outcomes.
Trinity Hall is an innovative, independent all-girls college preparatory high school educating and empowering young women in the Catholic tradition. Trinity Hall’s core values of leadership, respect, perseverance, and faith are foundational to our mission and work as educators. In a technology-rich learning environment, a superior faculty and a challenging interdisciplinary curricular program fosters leadership, respect, perseverance, and faith. Unique and exciting co-curricular learning opportunities accommodate a diverse, yet a collectively passionate, creative, and caring student body. These young women will be empowered to take risks, pursue personal passions, network globally, and grow as learners – and as valued individuals.
Trinity Hall is an independent school committed to academic excellence. The salary and benefits package for our Director of Development will be competitive with other NAIS and NJAIS schools and is commensurate with the qualifications and experience of the candidates. Interested candidates can obtain additional information about the school by visiting www.trinityhallnj.org.
A bachelor’s degree is required for this position as is a minimum of five years of professional experience that demonstrates success and increased responsibilities in development leadership and management. Experience in independent schools is desirable.
To apply, candidates should electronically submit a letter of interest, resume, and the names and contact information for four references directly to Head of School Mrs. Mary Sciarrillo via email@example.com, indicating Development in the subject line. No telephone inquiries please. All electronic applications will be acknowledged upon receipt, and those candidates who best match Trinity Hall’s qualifications will be contacted.
Trinity Hall, in the treatment of employees and applicants for employment, is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and nondiscrimination. The school and its representatives follow the laws that govern hiring practices and focus fairly and consistently with every applicant on the talent, skills, and abilities needed for the job.