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DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT, HISPANIC COMMUNITIES
Fundraising, FT Employee
Catholic Diocese of Richmond (Richmond, VA)
The Segura Initiative for Children was begun by Bishop DiLorenzo in 2010. Its purpose is to increase enrollment of Latino Students in Catholic schools of the Diocese of Richmond by providing tuition assistance to Latino families who have demonstrated financial need. In addition, this Initiative is committed to providing professional development for Catholic school communities of the Diocese to ensure that they provide innovative instructional programs that foster a comfortable, bi-lingual, Christ-centered environment for all students. The Office of Development seeks to expand the financial resources of the Diocese to help those in need and strengthen the efforts of the entire Diocesan Church. The office encompasses the McMahon Parater Foundation, the Annual Appeal, Planned Giving, and Advancement for Schools.
The Director of Development, Hispanic Communities supports the efforts of the Office of Catholic Education Segura Educational Initiative for Children. This role will be responsible for developing and implementing short and long-term plans for Catholic school development in support of the Segura Initiative and all related stewardship and recognition activities. Additionally, the Director will provide hands-on guidance and expertise in forming viable fundraising efforts for diocesan schools with Hispanic communities and will work closely with the Office of Catholic Education, Office of Hispanic Ministry, Principals and Development Personnel. The Director of Development will report to the Executive Director of Advancement (EDA) and work closely with the Chief School Administrator (CEA) to ensure success in meeting all fundraising goals related to the Segura Initiative of the Diocese Richmond.
A Bachelor’s degree is preferred with 3 or more years of demonstrated development experience, especially with educational institutions is preferred. Extremely strong communication and organizational skills are necessary. Fluency in Spanish and English are required. Catholic in Good Standing and a solid knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the Catholic Church and its teachings as well as Hispanic culture and traditions are preferred.
Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, resume and application to:
Catherine Udell, HR Generalist/Recruiter
Catholic Diocese of Richmond
7800 Carousel Lane
Richmond, VA 23294-4201
Email: [email protected] (69)
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