Supervisor: Director of Development
Position Type: Part-time [20-25 hours per week]
Classification: Non- Exempt
To apply: send resume and cover letter to Rebecca Mickens – email@example.com
No calls please
- Generate acknowledgement and correspondence letters in a timely manner
- Maintain donor database and provides statistical reports on development activities
- Generate Raiser’s Edge development reports for publications and manage list review
- Oversee in-kind requests to community events
- Undertake various special requests as assigned by Development Director
- Assist in all fundraising efforts within the department
- Coordinates Membership campaigns
- Analyze current practices and policies
- Host Membership tables at HMA and community-wide events
- Responsible for Major gift Memberships; ensure Members are thanked and receive benefits in a timely manner; meet with Development Committee to assign thank you notes
- Coordinate Membership Exhibition opening receptions
- Update Membership forms and letters as needed to reflect current exhibitions/events
- Lead Membership Committee volunteers and meetings
- Produce Gift Membership materials
- Send Membership solicitation packets to non-members who attend events at HMA
- Plan, organize and strategize Annual Giving initiatives by Fiscal Year
- Generate appeal solicitations and materials; manage the mailing process
- Oversee Annual Giving acknowledgement process and ensure donors are thanked in a timely manner
- Manage Annual Giving listing on printed materials
- Run Raiser’s Edge Annual Giving comparison reports as requested by Executive Director
- Manage Community Membership Program
Training and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree required in professionally appropriate field
- 2-4 years professional experience in non-profit development position
- Broad knowledge of fundraising, annual giving campaigns and membership programs
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- Database management experience – Raiser’s Edge preferred
Abilities and Skills
- Maturity and judgment appropriate for representing the Museum’s interest to potential major supporters
- Highly developed writing and communication skills
- Ability and temperament to communicate and work effectively with Museum constituencies and staff
- Enthusiastic and positive attitude
- Attention to detail and accuracy
- Must be disciplined, well-organized person capable of working on several projects simultaneously, and with judgment to schedule and complete concurrent short-term and long-term priorities
- Ability to work independently with little supervision
- Excellent interpersonal skills
SECURITY GUARD – part time
Reports to: Security Supervisor
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Under the supervision of the Security Supervisor, insures the security and safety of the Museum complex, the visitors and staff, with an emphasis on high security of the art work.
- General Security
a. Performs daily opening and closing of the Museum
b. Monitors activity in all Museum public spaces, entrances and exits, via closed circuit security cameras and monitors.
c. Insures that all alarm systems, security systems, and electronic surveillance and recording systems are properly set and disarmed daily, according to standard operating procedure.
d. Enters activities, including all visitors and vendors, entering through the service entrance, into the daily security log.
e. Records all art works that enter and leave the Museum.
f. Shares on-call duties with all other full time security personnel.
g. Follows all standard operation procedures for the Security Department.
h. Completes accident or incident reports for an person who falls, who is injured or suffers a physical ailment while on Museum property
a. Records daily visitor count.
b. Maintains security of art work upon opening of exhibition to the public; monitors visitor behavior in the galleries.
c. Regulates staff, visitor, public and volunteer access to secured areas of the Museum, as well as galleries which are under construction or galleries which are closed
d. Makes regular checks on the condition of the art works on exhibit; reports any changes in the condition of the artwork to the Curatorial Department.
e. Checks and records the readings on the thermographs at least three times daily
f. Performs daily count of art works on exhibit.
g. Interacts in a friendly, professional way with visitors and staff; provides information to visitors as needed
h. Maintains a presence in the galleries at all times that visitors are present
- General Duties
a. Sets up and breaks down tables and chairs for each event, whether a rental or in-house event. This includes the ability to lift 6 and 8 foot tables, weighing 54 pounds each, as many as 20 times daily.
b. Clean up after rental and in-house events, including taking out trash, cleaning restrooms, and other basic housekeeping tasks.
c. Assists custodian with taking out trash and other tasks when possible
d. Assists auxiliary groups, such as the Women’s Guild and Gala Committee, with unloading and loading of items, and provides other assistance when at all possible.
- Training and Experience
a. Prior experience and training in security operations desired, but not required.
- Abilities and Skills
a. Must pass a security background check with no past criminal record
b. Must demonstrate the ability to maintain self control and professional demeanor
c. Must demonstrate the ability to work well with others and show a spirit of cooperation
d. Must demonstrate a positive, team-oriented attitude
e. Must demonstrate the ability to work well under pressure and with crowds
f. Must demonstrate a willingness to speak with visitors and project a positive impression of the Museum’s exhibitions and programs to visitors
Hours: 20 hours a week. Must be available to work some weekend and evenings.
Hourly Rate: Starting: $8.50-$9.00
Background check required
Send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls.