Staff Opportunities

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Development Officer

Job Summary 

Reporting to the Director of Development and Alumni Relations, the Development Officer is responsible for identifying and interacting with potential donors through connection strategies ranging from fundraising events to crowdsourcing campaigns to public relations. This position is part of the Development & Alumni Relations (D&A) Team, and the officer will work with all members of the D&A team on designing campaigns, building and implementing fundraising strategies, and improving alumni engagement strategies. 

As a self-motivated and optimistic individual, the candidate must possess strong organizational and analytical skills, and have a proven track record in managing multiple and competing priorities in a fast-paced environment. The candidate must be an ambassador for ACS in every way—with students, staff, parents, and alums; the officer must be able to maintain privacy and confidentiality regarding all interactions with potential and actual donors and must understand ACS and its program/mission.

Based on the team strategy, the Development Officer will be expected to travel to meet with prospects, attend alumni events, or for professional development. The Development Officer will be expected to work evenings and weekends to fulfill the goals of the D&A Office as required. 

Key Responsibilities and Criteria for Candidates

  • Identify, steward, vet, and solicit prospects. 
  • Create and grow a pipeline of major gift donors.
  • Stakeholder mapping and tiering.
  • Collaboration with the D&A team to meet an annual collective goal set at the start of every calendar year.
  • Meet targets for meetings with prospects and donors, and participate in solicitations alongside the Director of Development and Alumni Relations. 
  • Create and implement short and long-term strategies to strengthen existing relationships with current major donors. 
  • Collaboration with the D&A team to design and execute special events and other donor cultivation activities.
  • Contribute to strategic development, documentation, and management of a portfolio.
  • Creation and implementation of comprehensive strategies to leverage networks and maximize fundraising results in assigned areas of focus.
  • Collaboration with colleagues in the Development Office to help align donors’ philanthropic interests with various priorities across campus (athletics, financial aid, outdoor education, and more).
  • Coordination of stewardship as related to existing donors and potential.
  • Financial and accounting-related tasks pertaining to development office activities.
  • Collaboration with colleagues across campus in support of other school-wide events (that may or may not be fundraising events).
  • Collaboration with all members of the D&A team to design community (parents, alumni, students) engagement strategies and events.


  • BA / BS / Undergraduate Degree. 
  • Mid-career minimum. 
  • Proven track record in fundraising for a similar institution. 
  • English and Arabic. French is a plus. 
  • Driven to build individual and regional major gifts portfolio in Lebanon and abroad.
  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to manage up and focus on major gift prospects. 
  • Excellent Project Management skills.
  • Prior success in Event Planning.
  • Donor research experience / research skills.
  • Ability to articulate complex ideas and strategies within a team-centered environment.

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Communications Officer

Job Summary

The Communications Officer is responsible for the development and implementation of a comprehensive and dynamic communications strategy for the school. He/She is responsible for capturing campus life - and its stories - through various media, including print, digital, and video. The primary responsibilities of the Communications Officer consist of creating editorial and visual content for ACS’s Website, school publications, social media platforms, and marketing materials. He/She must be an excellent writer, extremely organized, and able to work in a fast-paced environment of an independent N-12 School.

The Communications Officer manages, improves, and promotes a positive image of the school in line with its mission and fosters a welcoming environment.

Key Responsibilities and Criteria for Candidates

Writing / Editing / Generating Content

  • Contribute and assist with the writing and editing of all ACS publications, marketing materials, and documents to support fundraising initiatives, such as the annual report of gifts, thank you and solicitation letters, emails, grant proposals, and other official correspondences.

  • Write news articles regularly covering each division for the ACS Website. 

  • Write, proofread, and edit materials from various departments around the School. 

  • Work closely with the Head of School and the Admissions Office to develop a marketing campaign to attract top local and international students.

Media / Social Media

  • Maintain local and international media contacts for coverage and prepare news, press releases, and press kits. 

  • Provide ongoing research to understand current media trends, channels for delivery, and associated publishing technologies and applications.

  • Design and implement a social media strategy that aligns with the school’s vision and mission. 

  • Write content for posts, and post regularly to the school’s social media platforms.

  • Oversee daily engagement on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. 

  • Keep an updated content calendar with release dates/content for posting.

  • Track and analyze metrics of the school’s social media channels.

Photography / Videography 

  • Coordinate with and book professional photographers and/or videographers as needed.

  • Ensure that events and activities are photographed in order to accompany stories for ACS’s Website and Publications.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Marketing, Journalism, Public Relations, or a related field with subsequent relevant experience of 5 years. Master's degree is a plus.

  • Demonstrated experience in content creation, social media, branding, media relations, digital communications, public relations, events, and marketing and advertising.

  • High level of creative writing and editing skills and an understanding of the production and content process for print and digital publications, with the ability to develop engaging content.

  • Demonstrated experience, preferably in the field of Education and/or Higher Education. 

  • Able to work collaboratively with various school departments and constituents. 

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Google Workspace, and all Social Media platforms. Experience with Adobe’s Creative Suite is a plus.

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Key Responsibilities and Criteria for Candidates

  • Ensures facilities are accessible when needed.
  • Ensures timely trash pick-up from the residential area.
  • Responsible for replacing bathroom supplies.
  • Responsible for controlling and monitoring the cleaning services of the building, excluding the residential apartments.
  • Picks up / Delivers mail from the administration office as well as equipment and stationery supplies between buildings.
  • Handles the daily set-up for various school events/functions, and off-campus activities.
  • Conducts daily and periodic inspections of the building and grounds and reports any issues in a timely manner to the Head of Custodial Services or to the Maintenance Supervisor.
  • Assists in various maintenance and repair jobs in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and renovation work.
  • Performs assigned role during fire or emergency evacuation drills.
  • Swiftly attends to residents' emergency calls.
  • Attends to emergencies.
  • Responsible for all keys and master keys of the designated building.
  • Assists the Gym Custodian when needed or directed by the Head of Custodial Services.
  • Other duties as required by the position.


  • Basic reading and writing Arabic.
  • Basic understanding of the English language.
  • Basic computer skills.
  • Basic maintenance skills.
  • May include reporting to work after-hours, on weekends, and during summer/national holidays.

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