Director of Annual Giving and Scholarships
Responsible for solicitations for the Men of Carmel Fund (Annual) Appeals and the administration of scholarships. Primary responsibilities include developing and implementing strategies necessary to secure restricted and unrestricted gifts as part of school development initiatives led by the Vice President for Institutional Advancement.
- Develop and execute Annual Fund
- Follow Moves Management fundraising processes and meet/exceed metrics set for moves management and annual fund goals.
- Arrange individual visits with major donors to the Annual Fund.
- Research and identify corporate and foundation projects and maintain accurate database of contact information.
- Develop an outreach program to initiate current and alumni parent-giving.
- Oversees the Scholarship Program including, but not limited to collecting and reporting scholarship funds, communicating with benefactors, external funding organizations, parents and recipients and collaborating with the Financial Aid Committee as needed.
- Contribute to Mount Carmel publications including Carmel Life.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience
Experience: Minimum of two years of experience in the field of Development
CONTACT: Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to:
Ms. Milka Kattan
About Mount Carmel High School
Mount Carmel High School is Chicago’s premier college preparatory school for young men. Located just south of the Museum of Science and Industry, the University of Chicago, and future Obama Presidential Center, Mount Carmel attracts students from all across Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana. Founded in 1900, under the leadership of the Carmelites, Mount Carmel proudly continues its mission of Building Character for a Lifetime.
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