Annual Giving Manager:
The Annual Giving Manager for the Glazer Children’s Museum is primarily responsible for executing the Museum’s annual fund and giving program for restricted and unrestricted gifts, with a primarily focus on annual gifts up to $25,000. This is a full time, exempt position reporting to the Vice President of Development.
The Annual Giving Manager will develop and lead a comprehensive annual appeal program to increase individual donor participation and gift giving, focusing on annual recurring gifts and identifying prospects at an annual giving level. The Annual Giving Manager helps to plan, guide and direct strategies to increase individual, corporate and foundation donor gifts and tracks all results. The Annual Giving Manager will create communications materials, cultivate and engage volunteers as appropriate and ensure an accurate donor database and moves management system. The Annual Giving Manager will be responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, upgrading and stewardship of Annual Giving donors to the Museum and be the lead for the Museum’s major annual fundraising event.
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and salary history to Karen Jubrail, Vice President of Development at email@example.com
Part Time Visitor Services Team Member
This position is responsible for the successful daily operations of all aspects of the visitor experience, admissions desk welcome center and info desk. The Visitor Services Associate ensures optimum performance of the visitor services experience, admissions process and point of sales system operation. As a part of the visitor services team, you will provide excellent customer service and a seamless operation of the guest experience at the Museum. Position is non-exempt and reports to the Visitor Services Manager. Must be available to work weekends, preference will be given to bilingual candidates. To apply, please email Visitor Services Manager, Debra Ramos at firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Camp Curriculum
The internship position provides a unique opportunity to write and create lesson plans for children ages 5-9 (K-4th grade). Topics for lessons plans will include science, geography, history, music, dance, art, literature and Museum exhibits. The lesson plans produced will be used for the 2015 summer Camp Connect Programs. Other logistical tasks will be assigned on an as-needed basis, but the primary function of this position is to write and produce programs for the upcoming Summer Camp Connect programs. The position reports directly to the Programs Manager and will be expected to follow the same policies and procedures as the Museum program team staff. All programs created are property of the Glazer Children’s Museum.