Chief Development Officer

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Organization PAVE Schools (view profile)
Location Brooklyn, NY
Classification Administrative / Business Office
Job Type Full time / part time
Date of posting 3/14/16


PAVE Schools, Inc. (PAVE) opens and operates public charter schools that prepare students to thrive in competitive high schools and four-year colleges by providing a rigorous academic program in a school community built on the school’s core values of Perseverance, Achievement, Vibrance, and Excellent character. PAVE supports the establishment and operation of:

- PAVE Red Hook, a Pre-Kindergarten – 8th grade public charter school in Red Hook, Brooklyn. In 2015 – 2016, PAVE Red Hook educates 480 Pre-Kindergarten – 8th grade scholars.
- PAVE Southeast, a Kindergarten – 8th grade public charter school in Raleigh, NC. PAVE Southeast will open in August 2015 with 120 Kindergarten – 1st grade scholars.
- Future schools founded on the core values of Perseverance, Achievement, Vibrance, and Excellent character.

At scale, PAVE Schools plans to educate 4,000 scholars at eight schools in two regions.

PAVE Schools’ (the Network) Chief Development Officer (CDO) is responsible for ensuring that the organization’s mission is realized by helping actualize the Network’s philanthropic goals. The CDO will serve as a critical member of the organization’s Network Team, and will report to the organization’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The CDO position demands the ability to prioritize and multi-task amid challenging situations. The CDO possesses an enthusiastic and entrepreneurial spirit, and demonstrates exemplary integrity, judgment, interpersonal and presentation skills, and attention to detail. The CDO will manage all aspects of the PAVE Schools fundraising including annual giving, major gifts, special events and significant foundation relationships. The right candidate will also have Capital Campaign experience.

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