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Manager of Corporate Giving
Responsible for the strategic management of corporate fundraising, including corporate annual giving through the Corporate Partners program, corporate sponsorships, corporate program grants and special event sponsorship. The Manager of Corporate Giving works collaboratively with the Development Department and Board of Directors to implement the Museum's annual fundraising Gala. This position works closely and independently with institutional leadership to meet established goals for contributed revenue. The Manager of Corporate Giving is responsible for the continuous growth of the corporate supporter base. A successful candidate should have experience fundraising through face-to-face solicitations, grant writing, corporate giving and marketing sponsorship programs, and special event sponsorship and planning. Excellent writing, public speaking and presentation skills are necessary. Candidate must be an adept project manager and be familiar with relationship management software. Experience planning and executing fundraising events is also preferred. Bachelor's degree in a related field such as communications, marketing, and/or business sales. At least 3-5 years of related experience in development with a concentration on institutional giving and special events. Professional experience in arts and culture, humanities, and/or education preferred.
Director of Museum Experiences
Responsible for achieving and promoting business goals and objectives. The Director is responsible for the overall coordination, development and operation of Children's Museum Exhibits, Programming and Museum Experiences. Graduate degree in related field preferred. Bachelor's degree and minimum of 5 years supervisory/management experience required. Experience in not for profit arts organization preferred.
New Part-Time Position(s):
Education Programs Specialist
Part-time, 25 hours per week, responsible for the support and implementation of visitor learning experiences throughout the museum and in related contexts of learning, including educational inquiry-based public programs, in-school programs, in-Museum school, scout, afterschool and partnership programs. Bachelor's degree in appropriate field (e.g. Early Childhood, Education, Museum Studies, etc.) required. Experience working with children, teachers and/or families in formal and informal learning environments required. Understanding of developmentally appropriate practices particularly in an early childhood environment preferred. The Museum is seeking an educator with experience and expertise in the content areas of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and Early Childhood.
We generally accept applications for:
Part-time, flexible hours for the Little Orange Store. Ideal candidate must be a reliable, people person with cash handling and retail experience. Must be at least 18 years old with HS or equivalent.
Part-time to greet visitors, accept payment and verify membership information. Associates present positive interaction with children and adults to ensure educative and creative experiences at museum. Associates treat visitors with respect and communicate in a friendly and courteous manner. Associates help visitors by orienting them to the museum and informing them on exhibit areas and programming. Customer service, retail and/or cash register experience preferred. Must be at least 18 and possess HS diploma or equivalent.
Part-time to clean the museum including vacuuming, dusting, sweeping, mopping using industrial vacuum cleaners, emptying trash and cleaning restrooms. Occasionally uses ladders to dust and wash walls, clean ceilings and dust and polish light fixtures. Evening and/weekend hours required. Must be at least 18 years of age and be able to perform heavy work. At least moderate cleaning experience preferred.