Director of Advancement – MLC Melbourne

Director of Advancement – MLC Melbourne

Methodist Ladies College

Melbourne, VIC

Posted on: 8 January 2019

Closing date: 1 February, 2019

Established in 1882, Methodist Ladies’ College, Melbourne, is regarded as one of Australia’s most respected and innovative schools. It enrolls more than 2000 students from its Early Learning Centre through to Year 12, including international students and boarders. Since its inception, it has continued to remain at the forefront of education and proudly produces world-ready school leavers who are well equipped to forge successful, fulfilling personal and professional lives.

The work of the College is supported by the Advancement Office which serves to enhance the College’s engagement and giving programs, embedding a culture of philanthropy across the College and ensuring the future success of MLC through philanthropic investment in support of key strategic priorities.

Reporting to the Principal and CEO of the School, the new Director of Advancement is a pivotal senior leadership role, being responsible for successfully delivering and enhancing the College’s community engagement and giving programs. The Director will create, nurture and facilitate deep and sustainable relationships with College alumnae and parents for informed, enhanced and positive community engagement and to increase philanthropic income to the College. The Director will also have management responsibility for the College’s high-performing advancement team.

To be successful in this role you are a strategic thinker with a demonstrable track record in major gift fundraising and experience in advancement program management at leadership level, ideally gained in the education sector. Crucial to success will be your deep belief in and commitment to education and the ideals and mission of MLC.

To discuss this significant opportunity, please contact Jocelyn Kelty, Director, Richmond Associates, Australia Office on +61 (0)2 8218 2185, or email dstevens@richmond-associates.com. Further information can also be downloaded from the Richmond Associates website at http://www.richmond-associates.com