Posted on August 28, 2012
Capital Campaign Associate
Theatre for a New Audience
Theatre for a New Audience - Capital Campaign Associate
Theatre for a New Audience, Capital Associate Position Summary
Theatre for a New Audience is building its first permanent home, designed by Hugh Hardy, in the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District. To accomplish this, we have embarked on a $66.5 million capital campaign. To date, we have raised $52.6 million and our new home is halfway built. We have an exciting opportunity to be a part of this Project and Campaign.
Prospect Research: Create detailed profiles for donor prospects using internet and prospect research databases; manage process of sourcing and tracking new prospects.
Prospect and Donor Management: Manage donor and prospect records (MS Access database and Raiser’s Edge) including entry, reporting, and problem-solving; write and track acknowledgment letters and other donor communications; manage gift entry and reporting; assist in tracking and reporting on solicitation program and Campaign progress.
Events: Assist in coordination of donor and cultivation events. Manage invitation lists, track and follow up on responses, and assist at events.
Newsletter: write, design, manage submissions for and distribute monthly e-newsletter
Campaign Support: Write and track correspondence, manage production and distribution of Campaign collateral, assist with grant proposal submissions and perform general administrative duties as related to Campaign development and strategic planning.
Excellent written and oral communication skills/pleasant phone manner
Experience with prospect research a plus.
Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail: ability to manage and track multiple projects simultaneously, respond with flexibility, report on project statuses, and work as a team member, as well as autonomously.
Outstanding computer skills: MS Office Suite, database management, PatronMail or similar eblast tool, internet research. Adobe Design Suite/graphics experience a plus.
Ability to work with leadership, artists and staff.
Intellectual curiosity, strong work ethic, flexibility, and occasional after-hours.
Willingness to consider committing to TFANA for the duration of the Capital Campaign (anticipated duration three years)
2-3 years fundraising experience preferred, but will consider applicable alternate experience.
Benefits include paid vacation and holidays, medical insurance, life and long-term disability insurance, as well as the opportunity to participate in voluntary dental, 403(b), and Flexible Spending programs. Theatre for a New Audience is an equal opportunity employer.
Please send resume and cover letter to Rachel Lovett at Theatre for a New Audience, 154 Christopher Street, Suite 3D, New York, NY 10014 or to firstname.lastname@example.org.