Once is a great while, a rare opportunity presents itself at one of the premier schools in the country.
The next Director of Advancement for Cranbrook Schools will have the opportunity to be a full partner with the newly appointed Director of Schools, as well as with the Chief Advancement Officer of the Cranbrook Educational Community in furthering Cranbrook’s educational mission.
The Cranbrook Educational Community is a diverse educational community, comprised of a comprehensive college-preparatory school; a degree-granting graduate school of art, design and architecture; a contemporary art museum; an archives and center for collections and research; a museum of science and natural history; and three historic homes.
The Director of Advancement is responsible for providing the overall leadership, direction, coordination, and implementation of a comprehensive fundraising program for Cranbrook Schools, including annual giving, major gifts, and gift planning opportunities as well as alumni/parent relations and advancement-related communications.
The successful candidate will be an outstanding leader who thinks strategically, communicates a clear and compelling case for support of the school’s mission, follows up on details, and develops and fosters a team environment. The goal of the Director of Advancement is to design programs of giving that attract the maximum gift support possible to the institution while engaging diverse audiences of stakeholders.
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About Cranbrook Schools
Cranbrook Educational Community is comprised of Cranbrook Schools, the Academy of Art and Art Museum, an Institute of Science, and Cranbrook House & Gardens. Located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Cranbrook’s 319-acre campus is a National Historic Landmark that welcomes tens of thousands of museum visitors each year to its Art Museum and Institute of Science. Cranbrook also is home to more than 1,600 students in grades pre-K through 12 attending Cranbrook Schools.