Director of Development and Alumnae Relations – Marymount International School London
Kingston Upon Thames
THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS HAS NOW PASSED.
Marymount International School London, is a girls’ day and boarding school for 250 students, aged 11-18 years, in Kingston Upon Thames, just 20 minutes from Central London. The School seeks an outstanding Director of Development & Alumnae Relations to embed a long term culture of philanthropic support.
Marymount is a highly distinctive international learning community, a small, independent Catholic school representing over 40 nationalities and multiple faiths with a shared mission to use their curiosity and compassion to make the world a better place. The School is one of 19 in the Marymount global network, sharing a rich history back to its founding in 1840s France.
The School seeks an outstanding Director of Development & Alumnae Relations to embed a long term culture of philanthropic support. The primary responsibilities for this important role will be to take responsibility for the School’s fundraising and to further develop Marymount’s vibrant alumnae community. This is a senior position and, as part of the Senior Management Team, the Director of Development & Alumnae Relations will provide leadership for, and management of, all aspects of development, fundraising and alumnae relations.
The appointee will report directly to the Headmistress, and work closely with the Bursar and other members of the Senior Management Team in respect of the creation and implementation of development, fundraising and alumnae relations strategy.
Once in post it is likely that a development administrator will be recruited to support the work of the Director of Development and Alumnae Relations.
Deadline for applications: 8th November 2018, 10am
Further information about the role can be found on the right hand side of this page. to arrange a confidential disucssion, please contact:
Peter Lockhart: PeterLockhart@rsacademics.co.uk or call him on 07876 354185
Marymount International School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.