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Grant Coordinator

The Grant Coordinator will report to the Institutional Giving Manager and will assist with fundraising efforts that support programs serving nearly 200,000 Maryland students annually. In FY18, this position will play a key role in helping to write and report on $1.1 million in grant funding to support the mission. The Coordinator will be instrumental in growing support from institutional funders.

Gift & Event Coordinator

Job Description: Young Audiences (YA) is seeking a Gift & Event Coordinator who will report to the Individual Giving Manager and will play an instrumental role in YA’s efforts to reach yearly fundraising goals. YA’s development office is fast-paced and has a track record of being successful in growing its donor base, having tripled its contributed income in the last five years. This position is perfect for someone who has at least 2-3 years of experience working in a development office and who is now ready to take their career to the next level.

Maryland Humanities seeks a Digital & Database Associate

The Digital & Database Associate reports to the Director of Advancement and works within a team that is tasked with creating, managing, and executing a unified strategy for institutional development, including all activities related to short-term and long-term advocacy, fundraising, marketing, and public relations. The position also works with other staff and Board committees that oversee advancement functions. Key goals include:

  • Ensure efficient, accurate maintenance and administration—including training—for the organization’s customer relationship management (CRM) database
  • Ensure the timely and engaging creation, posting, and updating of content to social media and website in alignment with brand and design guidelines
  • Support the Department of Advancement administratively to ensure fundraising and communications goals are met

A more complete description of all duties is posted on the Maryland Humanities website at www.mdhumanities.org.

Chesapeake Shakespeare Seeks Development Intern

Chesapeake Shakespeare seeks a creative, organized, enthusiastic college or graduate student to work with the Development team to execute essential fundraising activities throughout the busy fall season. They will assist with data management, donor and prospect research, creation and execution of mailed appeals, preparation of proposal documentation, special event production, social media support of fundraising campaigns, and provide general administrative assistance.

Maryland Humanities seeks a Grants Specialist

The Grants Specialist is primarily responsible for all elements of the grant-seeking process: researching and cultivating funding prospects and opportunities, preparing LOIs and proposals, and accurately tracking and reporting on grant-supported activities to funders. Annual and long-term fundraising goals will be set in consultation with the Director of Advancement. Specific responsibilities are outlined below. The Grants Specialist works collaboratively with the other members of the Advancement team as well as Program staff members in furthering the financial resources of the organization in order to maximize the potential for growth and impact of Maryland Humanities’ dozen programs.

A more complete description of all duties is posted on the Maryland Humanities website at www.mdhumanities.org.

Baltimore Museum of Industry seeks Development Director

The Baltimore Museum of Industry seeks a highly collaborative individual to lead fundraising activities in support of the museum’s operating, capital, and special projects budgets, to expand our capacity to identify, cultivate, and sustain varied sources of funding, and to grow our corporate and individual relationships.

Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations

The BMA is seeking a Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations who will play an integral role in a fast-paced Development office. The full-time, exempt position, which reports to the Deputy Director for Development, is responsible for managing the corporate and foundation Annual Fund and sponsorship programs. The position also manages the activities of the Board’s Corporate Committee.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Howard County Arts Council seeks Part-Time Development Assistant

The Howard County Arts Council, a multi-purpose non-profit arts agency, seeks a self-directed, outgoing individual for a part-time, entry level Development position in a small, fast-paced office environment. The successful candidate will report to the Development Manager and will be responsible for office management and financial record-keeping and will support the planning and implementation of HCAC’s annual fundraising event and donor cultivation and management efforts.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Young Audiences/Arts for Learning seeks Grant Coordinator

Young Audiences/Arts for Learning is seeking a Grant Coordinator for our busy development office. Young Audiences, a nonprofit organization located in Baltimore, has been bringing the arts to Maryland children for over 65 years. We transforms the lives and education of our youth through the arts by connecting educators, professional artists, and communities. We provide artistically excellent programs, expertise, and resources to ensure opportunities for all students across the state of Maryland.

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