Posted on 6/2/2022
Eligible for Benefits: Yes
Responsible for fundraising, philanthropic initiatives: develops and implements annual advancement plans; drives all development activities in coordination with the Museum Executive Director and Board; and executes fundraising strategies to ensure the long-term financial stability of the Museum.
Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree in a relevant field is preferred. A minimum of three years of management experience, especially in the areas of communications, fundraising, or non-profit administration. Proven success in fundraising and resource development. An emphasis will be placed on collaboration, communication and teamwork. Knowledge of Bloomerang and Past Perfect Software preferred.
Duties and Responsibilities with time allocation percentage
Donor Development, Fundraising and Grant Writing 75%
∙ Working with Museum Department Managers, creates annual institutional advancement goals, including income and expense budgets, and outlines strategies for donor and prospect cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
Appeals, Campaigns, and Millages 10%
∙ Works in coordination with Museum Executive Director to determine strategy for fundraising campaigns and biennial millage renewal efforts.
∙ Serves as a member of the museum’s leadership team and assists in shaping the strategic direction of the museum.
Job Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
∙ Ability to demonstrate and effectively communicate a comprehensive understanding of the museum’s mission, value proposition, philanthropic priorities and 2019-2024 Strategic Plan. Ability to establish, maintain, and leverage effective relationships with external stakeholders, including community, political, business, and philanthropic leaders.
Interested applicants may email a cover letter and resume to Erica Layton, Executive Director at email@example.com No phone calls please.
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