Director of Auxiliary and Sumer Programs

  • St. Anne's-Belfield School
  • 2132 Ivy Road, Charlottesville, VA, USA
  • Oct 25, 2022
Full time Curriculum

Job Description

The Director of Auxiliary Programs will provide vision and leadership to develop and manage
exceptional auxiliary and summer programs including but not limited to summer camps, facility
rentals, and the campus store. The Director, who oversees a staff of 1-2 direct reports with
multiple other staff members within the various programs, is responsible for developing and
envisioning future auxiliary and summer programs that dynamically blend the traditional
independent school model with innovative auxiliary and community partnership offerings, while
generating net income for the School.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
● Vision, design, develop, lead and manage auxiliary and summer programs in keeping
with the strategic goals and core values of the School
● Plan and coordinate marketing, public relations, and marketing initiatives for auxiliary
and summer programs in collaboration with the Marketing and Communications
● Coordinate and organize administration for all programs, including registrations,
licensing, budget planning, supply orders, and review of financial reports in coordination
with members of the Business Office team.
● Expertly manage programs to ensure safety and security for children, including
establishing routines, policies, procedures and guidance, in accordance with School
● Effectively lead and manage direct reports who support auxiliary programs, ensuring
effective supervisions, allocation of resources, collaboration, and goal alignment.
● Recruit, hire, train, onboard, manage and support seasonal, part-time and temporary
staff members for program delivery and administration within school policy.
● Collaborate with School leadership on ensuring top-quality programs that expand
possibilities for engagement with the School across the community and region.
● Approach auxiliary and summer programming with an entrepreneurial mindset,
envisioning new program ideas to further the School’s mission, community engagement,
with an income generating lens.
● Provide support for school operations including admissions, athletics, divisional needs,
and student life.
● Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by your supervisor.
Qualifications and Requirements:
● Excellent listening, written and oral communication skills
● Demonstrated experiences building and launching new programs
● Experience with income-producing auxiliary programs, summer camp leadership, and
program development.
● Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary to support programming.
● Experience with a variety of technological platforms, including Google Suite, CampBrain
and Blackbaud preferred
● Demonstrated leadership and management expertise
● Demonstrated business acumen
● Bachelor's Degree required; Masters degree or higher preferred