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Teacher of the Deaf

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Director of Development

The Director of Development is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing fundraising and relations with supporters and prospective supporters including students’ families and alumni and their families. The Director of Development will work closely with the Executive Director to address all development and fundraising activities. This full-time position reports to the Executive Director.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • DONOR RELATIONS. –Conduct outreach and meet with supporters and prospective supporters, monitor and ensure follow up with donors and supporters, identify and evaluate prospective supporters, cultivate donors and prospective donors, and steward donors. Identify families’ and other donors’ corporate matching and related programs, develop, or oversee social media and other targeted donor outreach campaigns. Create, publish, and distribute annual Impact Report. Organize and implement Annual Appeal and Giving Tuesday campaigns.
  • EVENTS – FHR runs two fundraising events annually, a gala in the fall and golf tournament in the spring. The gala is parent-led, with live and online auctions. The Director of Development will assume a lead role planning and executing all events.
  • GRANTS – Work with the ED to bring in and support grants. The Director of Development will track grantwriting and report calendar and conduct grantor research.
  • PLANNED GIVING – Develop and implement a planned giving program.
  • DEVELOPMENT PLAN – Develop and implement the annual Development Plan and update multi-year Development Plan.
  • PUBLICITY – Coordinate messages communicated via Instagram, Facebook, and other social media. Generate press coverage.
  • NEW INITIATIVES – Create and implement new initiatives such as alumni and community events (in cooperation with current efforts, which include alumni picnic, alumni activities such as bowling, alumni panel, and alumni parent panel), peer-to-peer fundraising campaign, young professionals support groups, alumni, or parent workshops on topics of interest, and other sponsored events.
  • OPERATIONS & OTHER – Manage data entry (Salesforce.com), maintain email and other distribution channels (Constant Contact), attend and support Development Committee meetings, attend Board meetings as requested by the ED, generate tax receipts and acknowledgement letters, work with ED to develop outreach initiatives, keep ED informed of principal issues and actions concerning development and fundraising, and stay up to date on fundraising techniques and trends
  • COORDINATE EFFORTS WITH DEVELOPMENT TEAM – The team includes the Executive Director, development support (part-time WCC employee with knowledge of the organization and technical competence), Grant Writer (contractor), and Office Manager.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must embrace our mission
  • Minimum three years senior level experience in non-profit development
  • Network of prospective supporters and development professionals
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to motivate and coordinate volunteers
  • Team player
  • Positive attitude
  • Self-motivated/take initiative
  • Organized
  • Detail-oriented
  • Excellent follow-through
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience with or ability to learn Salesforce.com, Greater Giving fundraising system, WordPress, Microsoft Office, Outlook, Foundation Directory Online, Facebook, Instagram, desktop publishing and/or similar tools
  • Honesty and integrity
  • Responsible steward of confidential information

About WCC

WCC is both a school setting and a clinic, where collaboration and effective communication are key to the success of the team and student outcomes. As an OPTION Center of Excellence, WCC strives for high-quality, intensive services to promote and support the return of students to their mainstream school system. Our center offers continued support for alumni students after school, as well as, for families just beginning the hearing journey through our teleintervention program.
You’ll join our current team of six SLPs and five Teachers of the Deaf/DHH Specialists that are highly supportive of one another, flexible and positive problem-solvers. We offer professional development opportunities and LSLS mentoring to applicants in pursuit of their LSL AVT/AVEd certification.
The full-time position is 35 hours per week, 8:00 am – 3:30 pm Monday through Friday. Ideally, the part-time hours are 25 hours per week, but negotiable. We operate on a traditional school schedule through June 12, 2020, plus a three-week summer school program in July. The salary is competitive and commensurate with your experience. WCC offers a comprehensive health and 403B (non-profit) benefits package.

Teacher of the Deaf

Weingarten Children’s Center has a full or part-time position immediately available for a Teacher of the Deaf whose expertise is in working with young children (Birth through Kindergarten) learning to listen and use spoken language. WCC has classes for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, pre-kindergarteners and Kindergarteners.
The qualified teacher candidate has experience working with an interdisciplinary team to support children who use a variety of hearing devices, including cochlear implants and FMs. The interdisciplinary team at WCC includes an audiologist, occupational therapist, teachers of the deaf, paraprofessionals, speech-language pathologists and a social worker. Experience with preparing IFSPs and/or IEPs, including solid assessment and report-writing skills, required.

How To Apply

Qualified, interested candidates can contact Jennifer Aguilar, Director of Student Services or Bill Doyle, Executive Director at:

WEINGARTEN CHILDREN’S CENTER

3518 Jefferson Avenue

Redwood City, CA 94062

Contact Info

(650) 365-7500

(650) 365-7557 fax

info@weingartencc.org

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