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Application Procedure:

Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, copy of current teaching license, reference letters and a completed application (see below) to:
St. Mary’s Springs Academy
Attn: Carrie Wiza
255 County Road K
Fond du Lac, WI 54937

FAX: 920-922-7849 or email: cwiza@smsacademy.org

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Custodian - Full Time

 


Chief Development Officer 

St. Mary's Springs Academy, a private Catholic School (grades PreK-12) located in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, is seeking an engaging, dynamic and proven fundraiser to serve as the Chief Development Officer (CDO) for the system. The CDO will provide strategic leadership, direction, and planning for the ongoing growth of the system's primary giving platforms including the annual fund, foundations/endowments, future capital campaigns, and special projects. The CDO will develop a comprehensive plan including strategy, metrics, standards, and financial goals in partnership with the President and system leadership. The CDO will be responsible for cultivating, soliciting and stewarding a portfolio of prospects and donors. This professional will work closely with the System President and Board of Directors to strategize on key fundraising opportunities and strategies. S/he will work with volunteers and staff to manage and execute prospect and stewardship events. 

Qualifications and Skills:
The  Chief Development Officer will be a bold thinker as well as a strategic, yet "hands-on" executor, who will help SMSA define its major giving efforts. As a member of the SMSA Leadership Team,  s/he will bring a genuine passion for the organization's mission coupled with deep experience driving fundraising success. Candidates must have a bachelor's degree; and 5+ years of experience in the development field. Additionally,  candidates must possess the following:

-Extensive experience in the strategic development of annual giving campaigns, major giving campaign, and/or endowment growth, and demonstrated successful execution of a campaign from launch to completion. 

-A track record of implementing direct fundraising strategies including prospect identification, individualized cultivation and successful solicitation of five and six figure gifts. 

-Skilled at building and sustaining excellent relationships at multiple levels with varied constituencies. 

-A confident and articulate communicator with the ability to work fluidly across all levels. 

-A charismatic, high-energy leader, who can talk with all constituents and successfully convey SMSA's objectives.

-An exceptional presenter and communicator with strong interpersonal skills and the natural ability to convey SMSA priorities in a way that builds trust and galvanizes support. 

-An inherent ability to listen, think and respond effectively to a variety of inquires and challenges, s/he will be able to remain firm and steady in delicate situations and in high-level discussions. 

-Will embrace and have a true passion for the mission of SMSA and the commitment to the advancement of Catholic education. 

-Must be an empathetic leader, treating others with respect. S/he will be an individual of unquestioned integrity, ethics and values; someone who can be trusted without reservation. 


 

Child Care (Part Time) 


 

 

Substitute Teacher(s)

SMSA is currently accepting applications for substitute teachers.  The ideal candidate has worked with children, is willing to complete SEE training, and can obtain a substitute license through DPI.  Licensed teachers are encouraged to apply!  Long-term sub positions and opportunities for continued future employment with SMSA are added benefits!  SMSA is an outstanding system dedicated to ensuring our students have the most qualified staff.