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Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and prairie.

Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.

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    Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diversity with regard to race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, economics, gender, gender identity and expression, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in its student body, faculty, and staff
     

    Current Employment Opportunities
    • Development Director (full-time, re-posted on 2/7/17)
     
    If you'd like to be considered for future faculty and staff opportunities not posted, email your resume and cover letter to: mainoffice@scattergood.org
     
     


    Development Director

     Scattergood Friends School and Farm seeks a full-time Director of Development to begin employment immediately. Scattergood is in a unique period of growth and development. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about progressive Quaker education for adolescents in an agricultural setting.

     
    Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.
     
    Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and restored prairie.  It attracts a diverse student body from the Midwest, around the U.S., and many different countries. 
     
    Opportunity: As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Development will work closely with team members to create, promote and manage key events and programs, develop communications plans with constituents and news media, and serve as a fundamental driving force to connect alumni and donors to the school. The Director will work in tandem with the School Committee and the Head of School to advance major giving initiatives and support staff in their pursuit of grant funding for programmatic initiatives.
     
    The Director of Development will tell our school's story to Friends and alumni and reach out to new audiences by developing and producing creative publications and fundraising materials, including new media, photo, and video work. This includes copywriting, e-newsletters, social media, website, and alumni web portal management.
     
    The Director will oversee all facets of our Annual Giving program, keeping the donor management database accurate and up to date, carrying through direct mail strategies, managing volunteers, preparing solicitations for donor prospects in tandem with the Head of School and managing the department budget.
     
    The Director will work closely with the Head of School and the School Committee Clerk to establish and support an alumni steering committee for the purpose of developing alumni relationships with the school.
     
    The Director will expand the Friends for Life (Planned Giving) program and work with the School Foundation, which oversees a $5.2 million endowment.
     
    Qualified Candidates Will Have:
    • Professional experience of at least two years in a development office or membership based organization
    • Strong and detail-oriented organizational skills
    • Ability to work well in collaboration with a variety of individuals including assistants for communications and the school’s donor/fundraising database.
    • An understanding of annual giving strategies, demonstrated success in soliciting prospects and donors, and experience with volunteer management
    • Strong writing and storytelling skills
    • Comfort with basic website content management, social media,
    • producing digital and print fundraising materials and other publications
    • Comfort with maintaining a donor management database (the school uses Blackbaud’s etapestry)
     
    Required Education: Bachelor's degree
     
    Compensation includes salary, rent-free on-campus housing, meals when school is in session, health and disability insurance, and retirement benefits.
     
    To apply, email your cover letter, resume, three references (with contact info), and link to communications portfolio (or attach three samples) to mainoffice@scattergood.org. Include Director of Development in the subject line of your email.
     

     
    Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diverse community of adults and youths. Scattergood Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic or national origin, religion, age, economics, gender identity, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in administration of its educational policies, enrollment or hiring policies, and other school-administered programs.
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    Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and prairie.

    Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.

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      Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diversity with regard to race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, economics, gender, gender identity and expression, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in its student body, faculty, and staff
       

      Current Employment Opportunities
      • Development Director (full-time, re-posted on 2/7/17)
       
      If you'd like to be considered for future faculty and staff opportunities not posted, email your resume and cover letter to: mainoffice@scattergood.org
       
       


      Development Director

       Scattergood Friends School and Farm seeks a full-time Director of Development to begin employment immediately. Scattergood is in a unique period of growth and development. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about progressive Quaker education for adolescents in an agricultural setting.

       
      Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.
       
      Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and restored prairie.  It attracts a diverse student body from the Midwest, around the U.S., and many different countries. 
       
      Opportunity: As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Development will work closely with team members to create, promote and manage key events and programs, develop communications plans with constituents and news media, and serve as a fundamental driving force to connect alumni and donors to the school. The Director will work in tandem with the School Committee and the Head of School to advance major giving initiatives and support staff in their pursuit of grant funding for programmatic initiatives.
       
      The Director of Development will tell our school's story to Friends and alumni and reach out to new audiences by developing and producing creative publications and fundraising materials, including new media, photo, and video work. This includes copywriting, e-newsletters, social media, website, and alumni web portal management.
       
      The Director will oversee all facets of our Annual Giving program, keeping the donor management database accurate and up to date, carrying through direct mail strategies, managing volunteers, preparing solicitations for donor prospects in tandem with the Head of School and managing the department budget.
       
      The Director will work closely with the Head of School and the School Committee Clerk to establish and support an alumni steering committee for the purpose of developing alumni relationships with the school.
       
      The Director will expand the Friends for Life (Planned Giving) program and work with the School Foundation, which oversees a $5.2 million endowment.
       
      Qualified Candidates Will Have:
      • Professional experience of at least two years in a development office or membership based organization
      • Strong and detail-oriented organizational skills
      • Ability to work well in collaboration with a variety of individuals including assistants for communications and the school’s donor/fundraising database.
      • An understanding of annual giving strategies, demonstrated success in soliciting prospects and donors, and experience with volunteer management
      • Strong writing and storytelling skills
      • Comfort with basic website content management, social media,
      • producing digital and print fundraising materials and other publications
      • Comfort with maintaining a donor management database (the school uses Blackbaud’s etapestry)
       
      Required Education: Bachelor's degree
       
      Compensation includes salary, rent-free on-campus housing, meals when school is in session, health and disability insurance, and retirement benefits.
       
      To apply, email your cover letter, resume, three references (with contact info), and link to communications portfolio (or attach three samples) to mainoffice@scattergood.org. Include Director of Development in the subject line of your email.
       

       
      Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diverse community of adults and youths. Scattergood Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic or national origin, religion, age, economics, gender identity, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in administration of its educational policies, enrollment or hiring policies, and other school-administered programs.
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      Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and prairie.

      Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.

        ===

        Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diversity with regard to race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, economics, gender, gender identity and expression, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in its student body, faculty, and staff
         

        Current Employment Opportunities
        • Development Director (full-time, re-posted on 2/7/17)
         
        If you'd like to be considered for future faculty and staff opportunities not posted, email your resume and cover letter to: mainoffice@scattergood.org
         
         


        Development Director

         Scattergood Friends School and Farm seeks a full-time Director of Development to begin employment immediately. Scattergood is in a unique period of growth and development. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about progressive Quaker education for adolescents in an agricultural setting.

         
        Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.
         
        Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and restored prairie.  It attracts a diverse student body from the Midwest, around the U.S., and many different countries. 
         
        Opportunity: As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Development will work closely with team members to create, promote and manage key events and programs, develop communications plans with constituents and news media, and serve as a fundamental driving force to connect alumni and donors to the school. The Director will work in tandem with the School Committee and the Head of School to advance major giving initiatives and support staff in their pursuit of grant funding for programmatic initiatives.
         
        The Director of Development will tell our school's story to Friends and alumni and reach out to new audiences by developing and producing creative publications and fundraising materials, including new media, photo, and video work. This includes copywriting, e-newsletters, social media, website, and alumni web portal management.
         
        The Director will oversee all facets of our Annual Giving program, keeping the donor management database accurate and up to date, carrying through direct mail strategies, managing volunteers, preparing solicitations for donor prospects in tandem with the Head of School and managing the department budget.
         
        The Director will work closely with the Head of School and the School Committee Clerk to establish and support an alumni steering committee for the purpose of developing alumni relationships with the school.
         
        The Director will expand the Friends for Life (Planned Giving) program and work with the School Foundation, which oversees a $5.2 million endowment.
         
        Qualified Candidates Will Have:
        • Professional experience of at least two years in a development office or membership based organization
        • Strong and detail-oriented organizational skills
        • Ability to work well in collaboration with a variety of individuals including assistants for communications and the school’s donor/fundraising database.
        • An understanding of annual giving strategies, demonstrated success in soliciting prospects and donors, and experience with volunteer management
        • Strong writing and storytelling skills
        • Comfort with basic website content management, social media,
        • producing digital and print fundraising materials and other publications
        • Comfort with maintaining a donor management database (the school uses Blackbaud’s etapestry)
         
        Required Education: Bachelor's degree
         
        Compensation includes salary, rent-free on-campus housing, meals when school is in session, health and disability insurance, and retirement benefits.
         
        To apply, email your cover letter, resume, three references (with contact info), and link to communications portfolio (or attach three samples) to mainoffice@scattergood.org. Include Director of Development in the subject line of your email.
         

         
        Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diverse community of adults and youths. Scattergood Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic or national origin, religion, age, economics, gender identity, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in administration of its educational policies, enrollment or hiring policies, and other school-administered programs.
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        Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and prairie.

        Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.

          ===

          Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diversity with regard to race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, economics, gender, gender identity and expression, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in its student body, faculty, and staff
           

          Current Employment Opportunities
          • Development Director (full-time, re-posted on 2/7/17)
           
          If you'd like to be considered for future faculty and staff opportunities not posted, email your resume and cover letter to: mainoffice@scattergood.org
           
           


          Development Director

           Scattergood Friends School and Farm seeks a full-time Director of Development to begin employment immediately. Scattergood is in a unique period of growth and development. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about progressive Quaker education for adolescents in an agricultural setting.

           
          Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.
           
          Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and restored prairie.  It attracts a diverse student body from the Midwest, around the U.S., and many different countries. 
           
          Opportunity: As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Development will work closely with team members to create, promote and manage key events and programs, develop communications plans with constituents and news media, and serve as a fundamental driving force to connect alumni and donors to the school. The Director will work in tandem with the School Committee and the Head of School to advance major giving initiatives and support staff in their pursuit of grant funding for programmatic initiatives.
           
          The Director of Development will tell our school's story to Friends and alumni and reach out to new audiences by developing and producing creative publications and fundraising materials, including new media, photo, and video work. This includes copywriting, e-newsletters, social media, website, and alumni web portal management.
           
          The Director will oversee all facets of our Annual Giving program, keeping the donor management database accurate and up to date, carrying through direct mail strategies, managing volunteers, preparing solicitations for donor prospects in tandem with the Head of School and managing the department budget.
           
          The Director will work closely with the Head of School and the School Committee Clerk to establish and support an alumni steering committee for the purpose of developing alumni relationships with the school.
           
          The Director will expand the Friends for Life (Planned Giving) program and work with the School Foundation, which oversees a $5.2 million endowment.
           
          Qualified Candidates Will Have:
          • Professional experience of at least two years in a development office or membership based organization
          • Strong and detail-oriented organizational skills
          • Ability to work well in collaboration with a variety of individuals including assistants for communications and the school’s donor/fundraising database.
          • An understanding of annual giving strategies, demonstrated success in soliciting prospects and donors, and experience with volunteer management
          • Strong writing and storytelling skills
          • Comfort with basic website content management, social media,
          • producing digital and print fundraising materials and other publications
          • Comfort with maintaining a donor management database (the school uses Blackbaud’s etapestry)
           
          Required Education: Bachelor's degree
           
          Compensation includes salary, rent-free on-campus housing, meals when school is in session, health and disability insurance, and retirement benefits.
           
          To apply, email your cover letter, resume, three references (with contact info), and link to communications portfolio (or attach three samples) to mainoffice@scattergood.org. Include Director of Development in the subject line of your email.
           

           
          Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diverse community of adults and youths. Scattergood Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic or national origin, religion, age, economics, gender identity, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in administration of its educational policies, enrollment or hiring policies, and other school-administered programs.
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          Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and prairie.

          Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.

            ===

            Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diversity with regard to race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, economics, gender, gender identity and expression, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in its student body, faculty, and staff
             

            Current Employment Opportunities
            • Development Director (full-time, re-posted on 2/7/17)
             
            If you'd like to be considered for future faculty and staff opportunities not posted, email your resume and cover letter to: mainoffice@scattergood.org
             
             


            Development Director

             Scattergood Friends School and Farm seeks a full-time Director of Development to begin employment immediately. Scattergood is in a unique period of growth and development. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about progressive Quaker education for adolescents in an agricultural setting.

             
            Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.
             
            Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and restored prairie.  It attracts a diverse student body from the Midwest, around the U.S., and many different countries. 
             
            Opportunity: As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Development will work closely with team members to create, promote and manage key events and programs, develop communications plans with constituents and news media, and serve as a fundamental driving force to connect alumni and donors to the school. The Director will work in tandem with the School Committee and the Head of School to advance major giving initiatives and support staff in their pursuit of grant funding for programmatic initiatives.
             
            The Director of Development will tell our school's story to Friends and alumni and reach out to new audiences by developing and producing creative publications and fundraising materials, including new media, photo, and video work. This includes copywriting, e-newsletters, social media, website, and alumni web portal management.
             
            The Director will oversee all facets of our Annual Giving program, keeping the donor management database accurate and up to date, carrying through direct mail strategies, managing volunteers, preparing solicitations for donor prospects in tandem with the Head of School and managing the department budget.
             
            The Director will work closely with the Head of School and the School Committee Clerk to establish and support an alumni steering committee for the purpose of developing alumni relationships with the school.
             
            The Director will expand the Friends for Life (Planned Giving) program and work with the School Foundation, which oversees a $5.2 million endowment.
             
            Qualified Candidates Will Have:
            • Professional experience of at least two years in a development office or membership based organization
            • Strong and detail-oriented organizational skills
            • Ability to work well in collaboration with a variety of individuals including assistants for communications and the school’s donor/fundraising database.
            • An understanding of annual giving strategies, demonstrated success in soliciting prospects and donors, and experience with volunteer management
            • Strong writing and storytelling skills
            • Comfort with basic website content management, social media,
            • producing digital and print fundraising materials and other publications
            • Comfort with maintaining a donor management database (the school uses Blackbaud’s etapestry)
             
            Required Education: Bachelor's degree
             
            Compensation includes salary, rent-free on-campus housing, meals when school is in session, health and disability insurance, and retirement benefits.
             
            To apply, email your cover letter, resume, three references (with contact info), and link to communications portfolio (or attach three samples) to mainoffice@scattergood.org. Include Director of Development in the subject line of your email.
             

             
            Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diverse community of adults and youths. Scattergood Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic or national origin, religion, age, economics, gender identity, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in administration of its educational policies, enrollment or hiring policies, and other school-administered programs.
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            Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and prairie.

            Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.

              ===

              Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diversity with regard to race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, economics, gender, gender identity and expression, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in its student body, faculty, and staff
               

              Current Employment Opportunities
              • Development Director (full-time, re-posted on 2/7/17)
               
              If you'd like to be considered for future faculty and staff opportunities not posted, email your resume and cover letter to: mainoffice@scattergood.org
               
               


              Development Director

               Scattergood Friends School and Farm seeks a full-time Director of Development to begin employment immediately. Scattergood is in a unique period of growth and development. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about progressive Quaker education for adolescents in an agricultural setting.

               
              Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.
               
              Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and restored prairie.  It attracts a diverse student body from the Midwest, around the U.S., and many different countries. 
               
              Opportunity: As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Development will work closely with team members to create, promote and manage key events and programs, develop communications plans with constituents and news media, and serve as a fundamental driving force to connect alumni and donors to the school. The Director will work in tandem with the School Committee and the Head of School to advance major giving initiatives and support staff in their pursuit of grant funding for programmatic initiatives.
               
              The Director of Development will tell our school's story to Friends and alumni and reach out to new audiences by developing and producing creative publications and fundraising materials, including new media, photo, and video work. This includes copywriting, e-newsletters, social media, website, and alumni web portal management.
               
              The Director will oversee all facets of our Annual Giving program, keeping the donor management database accurate and up to date, carrying through direct mail strategies, managing volunteers, preparing solicitations for donor prospects in tandem with the Head of School and managing the department budget.
               
              The Director will work closely with the Head of School and the School Committee Clerk to establish and support an alumni steering committee for the purpose of developing alumni relationships with the school.
               
              The Director will expand the Friends for Life (Planned Giving) program and work with the School Foundation, which oversees a $5.2 million endowment.
               
              Qualified Candidates Will Have:
              • Professional experience of at least two years in a development office or membership based organization
              • Strong and detail-oriented organizational skills
              • Ability to work well in collaboration with a variety of individuals including assistants for communications and the school’s donor/fundraising database.
              • An understanding of annual giving strategies, demonstrated success in soliciting prospects and donors, and experience with volunteer management
              • Strong writing and storytelling skills
              • Comfort with basic website content management, social media,
              • producing digital and print fundraising materials and other publications
              • Comfort with maintaining a donor management database (the school uses Blackbaud’s etapestry)
               
              Required Education: Bachelor's degree
               
              Compensation includes salary, rent-free on-campus housing, meals when school is in session, health and disability insurance, and retirement benefits.
               
              To apply, email your cover letter, resume, three references (with contact info), and link to communications portfolio (or attach three samples) to mainoffice@scattergood.org. Include Director of Development in the subject line of your email.
               

               
              Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diverse community of adults and youths. Scattergood Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic or national origin, religion, age, economics, gender identity, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in administration of its educational policies, enrollment or hiring policies, and other school-administered programs.
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              Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and prairie.

              Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.

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                Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diversity with regard to race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, economics, gender, gender identity and expression, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in its student body, faculty, and staff
                 

                Current Employment Opportunities
                • Development Director (full-time, re-posted on 2/7/17)
                 
                If you'd like to be considered for future faculty and staff opportunities not posted, email your resume and cover letter to: mainoffice@scattergood.org
                 
                 


                Development Director

                 Scattergood Friends School and Farm seeks a full-time Director of Development to begin employment immediately. Scattergood is in a unique period of growth and development. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about progressive Quaker education for adolescents in an agricultural setting.

                 
                Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.
                 
                Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and restored prairie.  It attracts a diverse student body from the Midwest, around the U.S., and many different countries. 
                 
                Opportunity: As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Development will work closely with team members to create, promote and manage key events and programs, develop communications plans with constituents and news media, and serve as a fundamental driving force to connect alumni and donors to the school. The Director will work in tandem with the School Committee and the Head of School to advance major giving initiatives and support staff in their pursuit of grant funding for programmatic initiatives.
                 
                The Director of Development will tell our school's story to Friends and alumni and reach out to new audiences by developing and producing creative publications and fundraising materials, including new media, photo, and video work. This includes copywriting, e-newsletters, social media, website, and alumni web portal management.
                 
                The Director will oversee all facets of our Annual Giving program, keeping the donor management database accurate and up to date, carrying through direct mail strategies, managing volunteers, preparing solicitations for donor prospects in tandem with the Head of School and managing the department budget.
                 
                The Director will work closely with the Head of School and the School Committee Clerk to establish and support an alumni steering committee for the purpose of developing alumni relationships with the school.
                 
                The Director will expand the Friends for Life (Planned Giving) program and work with the School Foundation, which oversees a $5.2 million endowment.
                 
                Qualified Candidates Will Have:
                • Professional experience of at least two years in a development office or membership based organization
                • Strong and detail-oriented organizational skills
                • Ability to work well in collaboration with a variety of individuals including assistants for communications and the school’s donor/fundraising database.
                • An understanding of annual giving strategies, demonstrated success in soliciting prospects and donors, and experience with volunteer management
                • Strong writing and storytelling skills
                • Comfort with basic website content management, social media,
                • producing digital and print fundraising materials and other publications
                • Comfort with maintaining a donor management database (the school uses Blackbaud’s etapestry)
                 
                Required Education: Bachelor's degree
                 
                Compensation includes salary, rent-free on-campus housing, meals when school is in session, health and disability insurance, and retirement benefits.
                 
                To apply, email your cover letter, resume, three references (with contact info), and link to communications portfolio (or attach three samples) to mainoffice@scattergood.org. Include Director of Development in the subject line of your email.
                 

                 
                Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diverse community of adults and youths. Scattergood Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic or national origin, religion, age, economics, gender identity, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in administration of its educational policies, enrollment or hiring policies, and other school-administered programs.
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                Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and prairie.

                Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.

                  ===

                  Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diversity with regard to race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, economics, gender, gender identity and expression, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in its student body, faculty, and staff
                   

                  Current Employment Opportunities
                  • Development Director (full-time, re-posted on 2/7/17)
                   
                  If you'd like to be considered for future faculty and staff opportunities not posted, email your resume and cover letter to: mainoffice@scattergood.org
                   
                   


                  Development Director

                   Scattergood Friends School and Farm seeks a full-time Director of Development to begin employment immediately. Scattergood is in a unique period of growth and development. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about progressive Quaker education for adolescents in an agricultural setting.

                   
                  Mission: Scattergood Friends School challenges students with a college-preparatory curriculum, farm experience, a shared work program, and community living in the spirit of Quaker faith.
                   
                  Established in 1890, Scattergood is an extraordinary Iowa City area college prep boarding and day school known for its progressive academics, organic farm, and restored prairie.  It attracts a diverse student body from the Midwest, around the U.S., and many different countries. 
                   
                  Opportunity: As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Development will work closely with team members to create, promote and manage key events and programs, develop communications plans with constituents and news media, and serve as a fundamental driving force to connect alumni and donors to the school. The Director will work in tandem with the School Committee and the Head of School to advance major giving initiatives and support staff in their pursuit of grant funding for programmatic initiatives.
                   
                  The Director of Development will tell our school's story to Friends and alumni and reach out to new audiences by developing and producing creative publications and fundraising materials, including new media, photo, and video work. This includes copywriting, e-newsletters, social media, website, and alumni web portal management.
                   
                  The Director will oversee all facets of our Annual Giving program, keeping the donor management database accurate and up to date, carrying through direct mail strategies, managing volunteers, preparing solicitations for donor prospects in tandem with the Head of School and managing the department budget.
                   
                  The Director will work closely with the Head of School and the School Committee Clerk to establish and support an alumni steering committee for the purpose of developing alumni relationships with the school.
                   
                  The Director will expand the Friends for Life (Planned Giving) program and work with the School Foundation, which oversees a $5.2 million endowment.
                   
                  Qualified Candidates Will Have:
                  • Professional experience of at least two years in a development office or membership based organization
                  • Strong and detail-oriented organizational skills
                  • Ability to work well in collaboration with a variety of individuals including assistants for communications and the school’s donor/fundraising database.
                  • An understanding of annual giving strategies, demonstrated success in soliciting prospects and donors, and experience with volunteer management
                  • Strong writing and storytelling skills
                  • Comfort with basic website content management, social media,
                  • producing digital and print fundraising materials and other publications
                  • Comfort with maintaining a donor management database (the school uses Blackbaud’s etapestry)
                   
                  Required Education: Bachelor's degree
                   
                  Compensation includes salary, rent-free on-campus housing, meals when school is in session, health and disability insurance, and retirement benefits.
                   
                  To apply, email your cover letter, resume, three references (with contact info), and link to communications portfolio (or attach three samples) to mainoffice@scattergood.org. Include Director of Development in the subject line of your email.
                   

                   
                  Scattergood Friends School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diverse community of adults and youths. Scattergood Friends School does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic or national origin, religion, age, economics, gender identity, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical ability and veteran status in administration of its educational policies, enrollment or hiring policies, and other school-administered programs.