Interested in joining the Strelitz International Academy Faculty?
Current Available Positions
We have openings for a substitute teaching position in preschool through fifth grade. Substitute teachers for grades K-5 must have completed at least 60 college credits and/or have experience working with elementary school students.
Substitute School Nurse
To provide care for our school community of infants through 5th grade, including first aid, medication administration, and providing ordered treatments. Excellent communication skills required. Pediatric and/or School Nurse experience preferred.
Must have current Virginia RN or LPN license & CPR certification.
Director of Development
We are looking for a dynamic, collaborative development professional with strong interpersonal skills to serve as its Director of Development. The successful candidate will guide all of the school’s fundraising efforts, working closely with lay leaders and professional colleagues, while also cultivating and stewarding relationships with donors, grant funders, and volunteers. This position includes service on the school’s Administrative Leadership Team and partnership with the Director of Admission in projecting a compelling vision of the school’s vibrant presence, its impact, and its bright future.
Developing a comprehensive vision and plan for fundraising and institutional advancement.
Creating high touch and high level programming for major donors to increase their affinity towards the organization and build a stronger network of institutional supporters.
Engaging the entire community in community wide development initiatives that increase a sense of belonging toward the organization and an awareness of our community’s strengths and successes.
Overseeing donor databases and working to remain efficient and accurate in our development efforts.
Fostering an organizational culture of philanthropy.
Effectively lead and coach event committee volunteers and stakeholders.
Lead and attend Development Committee Meetings.
Maintain detailed records of event revenues, expenses and budgets.
Minimum of five (5) years of senior level development work at a non-profit or independent school
BA/BS or equivalent degree
Proven track record of collaboration, teamwork, and effective workplace communication
Knowledge and experience with development best practices
Experience with Development databases (Blackbaud is a plus)
Experience planning both major events (i.e. Annual Golf Tournament) and more intimate events (dozens of people)
Knowledge of the Tidewater Area Jewish community, Jewish nonprofits or independent schools is preferred
Proficiency with MS Office and G-Suite preferred
Ability to work collaboratively and independently
Excellent organizational skills, written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail
Comfortable dealing with confidential and sensitive information
Ability to work some evenings and weekends