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Looking to work in a creative environment that gives back to its community and transforms lives? Looking for the perfect candidate to join your team? You're in the right place. Connect the passion in your life with your career.

The Job Bank is our region's resource of job opportunities in the arts and culture industry. You'll find creative and administrative jobs at all professional levels that will help you grow your career. You’ll find opportunities at museums, theatres, historic sites, art galleries, dance organizations, community centers and much, much more.

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Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
Other

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January 25, 2021

Preservation Specialist

Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts
Education
Program Delivery

The Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) in Philadelphia is seeking a Preservation Specialist. The Preservation Specialist contributes to the mission of CCAHA through conducting institutional assessments and assisting with institutional preservation planning; supporting educational programs; and providing technical information to libraries, archives, museums, historic sites, and other cultural institutions.

Preservation Services Coordinator

Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts
Administrative
Program Delivery

The Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) in Philadelphia is seeking a Preservation Services Coordinator. The Preservation Services Coordinator, under the guidance of the Director of Preservation Services and Education Program Manager, contributes to the overall work of the Preservation Services Department by offering administrative coordination and support, assisting with educational program production and logistics, and assisting in the expanse of capacity for preservation assessment work.

Financial Analyst

WHYY
Operations & Finance

This position has four primary functions, (1) act as the main liaison between the finance & accounting department and budget managers in the organization; (2) provide key financial analysis to support WHYY’s strategic planning process; (3) maintain and enhance the department’s forecasting models and (4) assist the Director with cash management activities including maintenance of the rolling cash flow forecast and significant ad hoc analyses.

 

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

The Clay Studio
Administrative
Development

The Development Coordinator is a part of The Clay Studio development team, which also includes the Development Director and the Executive Director. The Development Coordinator provides support to all aspects of development including researching and grant writing, maintaining, organizing, and acknowledging the donor and membership base, leading the Young Supporters group, and supporting all fundraising activities, including special events. The Development Coordinator also provides support for various functions within the marketing department

ABOUT THE CLAY STUDIO

The Clay Studio is Philadelphia's only nonprofit solely dedicated to the education and promotion of the ceramic arts, and is one of the world's leading institutions in the field.  Founded in 1974, The Clay Studio supports the ceramic arts through its artist residencies, gallery, studio space, and school, educational & outreach programs. The programs of the Clay Studio reflect the dual character of the organization: as a community centered institution involved with the life of the city and region, and as a national and international focal point for ceramic arts. The Clay Studio believes in promoting broad access to the ceramic arts, therefore programs are geared to all levels of interest and proficiency.

 

DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

The Development Coordinator is a part of The Clay Studio development team, which also includes the Development Director and the Executive Director. The Development Coordinator provides support to all aspects of development including researching and grant writing, maintaining, organizing, and acknowledging the donor and membership base, leading the Young Supporters group, and supporting all fundraising activities, including special events. The Development Coordinator also provides support for various functions within the marketing department.

 

KEY COMPETENCIES

▪       Excellent written and oral communication skills.

▪       Ability to exercise discretion with confidential or sensitive information.

▪       Skilled at organizing and managing competing projects with high attention to detail and excellent follow-through to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.

▪       Ability to work effectively with a range of personalities and working styles, and with people at all levels of the organization, including staff, board, foundation officers, and donors.

▪       Ability to extract and analyze data and produce reports

▪       Ability and experience working effectively on a team while performing a substantial portion of duties independently.

▪       Experience working in or a strong interest in and understanding of the nonprofit arts community

▪       Strong computer skills, including strong knowledge of MS Office, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, and other software.

▪       Experience working with databases.

▪       Positive attitude, sense of humor and lots of energy.

 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

It is expected that the duties described below will be performed in conjunction with ALL key competencies listed above, under the direct supervision of the Director of Development.

General Duties:

▪       As a member of the Development team, support all aspects of proposal writing and reporting, managing, soliciting, recording, and recognition of contributed income.

▪       Provide lead and administrative support to department, including writing, editing, printing, and merging letters, proofreading correspondence, processing bulk mail, generating labels, and copies.

▪       Management and ongoing oversight of the fundraising database (Art Center Canvas) including but not limited to updating donor information, production of mailings, mail lists, labels, merge letters and statistical reports.

▪       Provide support for member and program-related activities and special events including scheduling meetings, preparing and sending correspondence, taking notes, filing, follow up and reporting.

▪       Special projects and other duties as assigned

 

Grants and Sponsorships:

▪       Research prospective corporate, foundation and government support with the Director of Development.

▪       Write Letters of Intent, grant proposals, and reports for a robust roster of grants.  Be able to prepare all inclusive materials, such as budgets, board lists, staff bios, etc.

▪       Maintain an accurate grants/sponsorship and reporting calendar and meet deadlines

 

Membership/Donor Relations:

▪       Manage the Studio’s membership program, including supervising the Membership Coordinator with solicitations, renewals, acknowledgements and benefits fulfillment.

▪       Support all aspects of the Annual Appeal campaign, including developing communications, managing lists, preparing letters, and processing donations.

▪       Maintain donor digital and hard files and historical records.

▪       Manage donor stewardship, including gift processing, acknowledgements, and benefits fulfillment.

▪       Update and maintain donor lists on site, in print publications and online.

▪       Assist the Director of Development with the structure and support process to engage board and committee members in prospect recruitment by coordinating, monitoring and reporting on assignments and activities.

 

 

Special Events:

▪       Plan and implement Young Supporter events in coordination with Director of Development

▪       Support Development team with major fundraisers in the fall and spring

▪       Assist with logistical and administrative aspects of special events, including arranging for venues and vendors, helping to secure partnerships and donations, developing mailing lists, preparing and mailing invitations, creating attendee lists and name tags, providing appropriate communication after the event and assisting with event evaluation.

▪       Provide support for special events committees including scheduling meetings, preparing and sending correspondence, taking notes, filing and reporting.

▪       Assist with event sponsorship research, mailings, acknowledgement and reporting.

 

 Marketing/Communications:

▪       Prepare and assist communications for marketing materials, social media, and email blasts, including writing, proofreading, and editing written material

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in a related field required. Related experience in non-profit arts administration and fundraising preferred.

 

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP

The Development Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Development.

 

WORK SCHEDULE

The Development Coordinator is expected to work on average, 40 hours per week, exclusive of lunchtime. At a minimum, he/she is expected to work on site during normal office hours, which are 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. The Development Coordinator is also expected to be present at all special and fundraising events, most of which occur during weekday evenings. The Development Coordinator is expected to work First Fridays as scheduled.

January 23, 2021

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

James A. Michener Art Museum
Senior Management

The James A. Michener Art Museum seeks a

Director of Public Engagement to help create the Museum’s next chapter.

January 22, 2021

Visitor Services Assistant - Full Time

Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library
Customer Service

Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library encompasses an unrivaled museum of American decorative arts in its mansion and galleries and a magnificent 60-acre naturalistic garden—all set on 1,000 gorgeous acres.

Winterthur employs a wide array of positions in the areas of curatorial, horticulture, education, conservation, library, maintenance, marketing, development, technology, and administration.

VISITOR EXPERIENCE & RETAIL SERVICES MANAGER

James A. Michener Art Museum
Administrative
Customer Service
Operations & Finance

The James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown seeks an experienced Visitor Experience & Retail Services Managerto join our team.

January 21, 2021

Assistant Teaching Artist

Mural Arts Philadelphia
Education

MURAL ARTS PHILADELPHIA

The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program unites artists and communities through a collaborative process, rooted in the traditions of mural-making, to create art that transforms public spaces and individual lives. Since its inception in 1984, Mural Arts has created more than 3,000 community driven murals and provided thousands of under-served youth and adults with award-winning arts education programming. 

Art Education Administrative Manager

Mural Arts Philadelphia
Administrative
Education
Operations & Finance
Other
Program Delivery

MURAL ARTS PHILADELPHIA    

FACILITY AND SECURITY MANAGER

Woodmere Art Museum
Operations & Finance

The Facility and Security Manager reports to the Director of Facilities, serving as a “right hand” in all facility and security related activities of the Museum.

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