Perkins Center Director of Development
The Director of Development is an integral member of the Perkins Center for the Arts team. The Director of Development will be responsible for Development initiatives to include, but not limited to: Developing an institution-wide donor relations program; Create a strategy to cultivate and fully optimize the Center’s current membership, volunteers and affiliates; Maintaining and expanding the Center’s current public, corporate and private primary funding sources (end of year reporting and analysis are required). Additionally, the Director of Development in partnership with the Executive Director and the Communications and Public Relations Manager, will develop and cultivate point of entry opportunities to engage and promote long-term relationships in preparation for a capital campaign.
The Director of Development will acquire an in-depth knowledge of Perkins Center for the Arts exhibitions, education programs, institutional history, and current events in order to communicate priorities and philanthropic opportunities to external audiences. Experience with creating programs for individual giving, planned giving, major gifts and bequests is required. The Director of Development will work closely with the Perkins Executive Director, the Communications and Public Relations Manager and the Board of Trustees to create a comprehensive, effective strategy that encourages participation on all levels of the Center. This individual will work to continuously improve and execute institution-wide donor relations program to promote interaction with and recognition of donors on all levels. Development and implementation of sophisticated strategies for donor engagement and solicitations is required.
This individual will be comfortable in a fast-paced, multi-facetted and multi-disciplinary, regional arts center and will capable of managing a balance between benefactors, revenue generating programs, and public programming. Experience with performance metrics to establish philanthropic objectives for prospects, develop cultivation plans, prepare solicitations and secure gifts a must. Ability to travel locally and regionally required.
The Director of Development position is part-time has a competitive total compensation package. Occasional evening and weekend hours will be required, communicated, and understood in advance. Flex-time and comp time is offered. Candidates should have the physical ability to handle stairs, the ability to lift up to 25 lbs., and assist with event set-up and break-down. Comfort with basic computer programs and willingness to learn Perkins’ unique database (Arts Center Canvas). Perkins Center is an EOE, all are encouraged to apply. For more information or to apply, please send resume, references and two writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Pottery Studio Monitor (part time)
The primary responsibility of this position is to monitor four open studio days per week. Ideal candidate would have a working knowledge of pottery studio operations. At least two years previous experience required. We are looking for an attentive listener who is goal oriented and able to troubleshoot a variety of tasks in a professional manner.
Tech responsibilities include:
- Assisting students when needed
- Checking students in with a registration list
- Recycling clay
- Monitoring student activities, promoting safe environment
- Handling clay and pottery tool sales
- Insuring work areas are kept clean and tidy
- Reports to the Pottery studio manager
4 days of 3.5 hours each day $10. Per hour
Tuesday Saturday Collingswood (11:45-3:15)
Wednesday Sunday Moorestown ( 12:15-3:45)
Hours are only offered during class sessions.
Start date Sept 24th 2019
Additional compensation is offered in additional access to studios during non-class time and a shelving unit will be provided for storage in one of the two locations. Candidates must be capable of maintaining a clean organized environment and must understand that the pottery studio program is not equipped to handle production work.
Please contact Paul Serena Pottery studio manager at Pserena@perkinscenter.org( 856)235-6488 ex 308
Resumes and information will be reviewed. Please be assured that we will contact you in the event of an appropriate match.
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Perkins Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Additionally, Perkins Center for the Arts does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to, treatment of or employment in, its services, programs or activities. Perkins Center for the Arts makes it a priority to establish a work place and environment that embraces the spirit of the law ensuring an optimal experience for all, regardless of race, gender, physical ability or any other status protected by law.
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