Senior Associate Director of Development

King School

Stamford, Connecticut

With challenging academics, a commitment to a kind and caring community, and a focus on the individual student, King School offers a strong PreK-Grade 12 education to students whose families care about both excellence and compassion. King graduates are well equipped to succeed in college and to pursue lives of ongoing inquiry, learning, accomplishment, personal fulfillment and social responsibility. It is dedicated to preparing its students to thrive in a rapidly changing world. The School’s development program similarly holds great promise, with many alumni reporting that the relationships formed at King remain among their most important.

The Opportunity

Reporting to the Director of Development, the Senior Associate Director of Development is responsible for assisting the Director of Development in the planning, execution and evaluation of a comprehensive and aggressive development program to engage and generate annual and multi-year gifts from all King School constituencies. A key member of King’s development team, the Senior Associate Director of Development is expected to influence and drive strategy, relationships and best practices to accomplish King’s ongoing goals for development as well as support the Director of Development in the execution of tasks related to his/her role. As such, this position is the “second in command” for the Development office, overseeing all day-to-day activities of the Development program and team. S/He will maintain a portfolio of approximately 50 donors and donor prospects and successfully take responsibility for their identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.

Gretchen  Dwyer

To apply or nominate qualified candidates, contact Gretchen Dwyer, Senior Consultant or complete and submit the form below.

Express Interest

To be considered for LLLS opportunities, please fill out the short form below. Your information will not be shared with anyone else. You may also contact us by phone at 617-262-1102.