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Chief Development Officer | Full-Time, $105k – 115k per year | Download Job Description

Help GCM keep the play going! The Glazer Children’s Museum is seeking a Chief Development Officer that will be responsible for leading the design, strategic leadership, management, and execution of all fundraising activities for the Glazer Children’s Museum, including individual, corporate, foundation, and public giving, fundraising events, capital needs and planning for long term sustainability. The Chief Development Officer must possess a proven track record of leading a team of fundraising professionals and managing a diverse, multi-million-dollar portfolio of donor partners. The ideal candidate will have experience as an authentic champion for the Museum’s mission and a dedicated relationship and consensus builder. 

This Chief Development Officer leads the charge to build and enhance connections with current donors, and develop new connections, resulting in increased contributed income, new pathways of giving, and the long-term sustainability and flexibility of the Museum to meet and grow an annual fundraising budget of $2,000,000.

Glazer Children’s Museum has retained Catalyst Consulting Services to conduct this search. Michelle Turman is leading this search. To be considered for this opportunity, please send a letter of interest, and resume to Michelle Turman, MA, CFRE at mturman@catalystcs.org | 813.839.2282 direct


 

Education

Assistant Educator for Learn & Play Tampa Bay | Temporary Part-Time, $15/hr | Download Job Description

The primary function of the Assistant Educator for Learn and Play Tampa Bay is to assist Learn & Play staff in delivering a high-quality Kindergarten Readiness initiative to serve low-income populations throughout the region. Learn and Play Tampa Bay staff embrace best practices in early childhood education, to improve the key social/emotional, literacy, numeracy, and parenting skills for diverse families in Tampa Bay.

This is a part-time, non-exempt, temporary position for the duration of October 1st, 2022 -August 31st, 2023 for $15/ hourly rate (not to exceed 25 hours weekly), available from 8:00am-1:00pm Monday-Friday reporting to the Director, Learn and Play Tampa Bay or his/her designee.

Please contact Dr. Arias-Steele directly with a resume at sarias-steele@glazermuseum.org

Playologist | Part-Time, $12.50/hr | Download Job Description

The primary responsibility of the Playologist is to facilitate a positive and high-quality guest experience at the Museum. The Playologist serves as part of the program team to deliver a high-quality experience to families, school and camp groups, birthday groups, and other visiting guests. This is a part-time, non-exempt position requiring weekend availability. This is a front-facing position requiring full guest interaction. A Museum Playologist reports to the Manager of Team and Delivery or their designee.

If interested, please email your resume to Madai Favaro at mfavaro@glazermuseum.org


 

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