Title: Director of Advancement
The Director of Advancement is responsible for the planning, implementation, and oversight of all Museum fundraising and planned giving activities. Reporting to the Executive Director and serving as a key member of the Executive Leadership team, the Director of Advancement will be a strategic, results-driven and innovative thinker.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
· Provide leadership, planning, oversight and evaluation for all museum fund-raising programs including:
- Major gifts
- Corporate and foundation support
- Annual and planned giving
- Capital campaigns
- Special Events
· Actively participate in the solicitation process for individual and corporate donations
· Provide leadership/expertise to Development and Special Events committees
· Build upon existing relationships and establish new relationships in order to expand and diversify the Museum’s donor base
· Manage donor recognition system
· Budget responsibility and audit support for the Development department
· Participate in community organizations and initiatives
Supervision and Responsibility
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Advancement will lead, mentor and manage membership and community outreach staff as well as volunteers and occasional interns.
Five or more years managing a comprehensive fundraising and stewardship program
Strong ability to cultivate, solicit and close gifts
Experience working and thriving in close partnership with an engaged Board of Directors
Strong prospecting and analytical skills
Ability to effectively work multiple projects with multiple timelines
Knowledge of donor management, Blackbaud’s Raiser’s Edge preferred
Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Advanced degree or CFRE preferred but not required
Resumes should be sent to:
No phone calls regarding position.
Title: Communications Manager
We are looking for an innovative, take-charge professional with a passion for building awareness of the Florida Holocaust Museum activities and brand. This individual will develop communication strategies and writes a full range of communications (press releases, media responses, ad copy) for the Florida Holocaust Museum to generate media coverage; provide content for social media initiatives and online communities; and play a leadership role in community relations and event planning. This is a part-time position with potential to become full-time and reports to the Executive Director.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
- Marketing and promotions
- Generate media coverage and pitch stories to appear in print, electronic and online media
- Grow and facilitate a dynamic social media and web presence
- Oversight of graphic design and compilation of medium and large communication elements (brochures, newsletters, flyers, logos, advertising)
- Write/edit/circulate dynamic communications material
- Maintain brand development and adherence to communications standards
- Community events
A university degree in Journalism, Communications, or other related discipline, along with five years of related experience in a progressively more responsible communications/media relations position is required.
Thorough knowledge of the functioning of news media and experience in working effectively with reporters and editors.
Excellent verbal communication and writing/editing skills.
Proven ability to function effectively in a team environment, as well as work independently.
Excellent organizational skills and outstanding ability to establish and meet deadlines.
Ability to react and respond to changing priorities and manage a complex and diverse workload in a dynamic, fast-paced culture.
Resumes with cover letter should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
No phone calls regarding this position.