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Reginald F. Lewis Museum Seeks Director of Development

Position Summary

The Director of Development (DOD), a member of the senior management team, reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for leading and overseeing all aspects of the museum’s Development, Marketing & Communications, including Board of Trustees activities, in collaboration with the Executive Director. The Development Department develops a strategic approach to fundraising, grant opportunities, donor cultivation and endowment growth in an effort to increase the financial position and sustainability of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. In partnership with the Executive Director and the Board of Trustees, s/he will develop and manage relationships with stakeholders and key constituents of the museum. The Director of Development will serve as the key Board liaison and will participate in regular Board and standing committee meetings of the Board of Trustees. S/he ensures that the museum’s communication strategy reflects the mission, strategic direction and position of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum Seeks Membership and Database Manager

Position Summary 

The Membership and Database Manager is responsible for ensuring that the museum meets its annual membership goals and that all museum data is accurate and up-to-data. He/She supports the growth of the membership program as it relates to earned income, by driving new and repeat attendance, and working in close collaboration with the Education and Visitor Services team. This role is key to capturing institutional knowledge in order to drive business needs and solve problems. The Membership and Database Manager reports to the Director of Education and Visitor Services.  

Manager of Individual Giving

The Manager of Individual Giving will advance the mission of the Walters by planning, organizing, and implementing strategies to increase the level of personal involvement and financial commitment of annual donors. This individual will have the unique opportunity to help execute a new membership program at the Walters with a focus on philanthropic support and engagement. Emphasis will be given on increasing the contribution levels of current supporters to the Walters as well as engagement and cultivation of new audiences.

Assistant Director Annual Giving

The Baltimore Museum of Art seeks a full-time Assistant Director of Annual Giving as part of an Advancement Annual Giving team. The ideal candidate will have experience in focused strategizing, designing, and executing communications and benefits for members and annual donors to the museum.

The Assistant Director of Annual Giving collaborates with colleagues in the Advancement Division and across the institution including the senior leadership team. This position reports to the Director of Annual Giving.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Baltimore Museum of Art seeks Chief Advancement Officer

The Baltimore Museum of Art seeks a full-time Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) responsible for the planning, management, and success of the comprehensive fundraising efforts of the Museum. The Chief Advancement Officer will join the BMA at a time of exciting transformation.

Baltimore Museum of Art seeks Director of Grants & Sponsorships

The Director of Grants and Sponsorships directs the BMA’s efforts to secure funding from all sources for a broad range of special projects and sponsorships, including but not limited to exhibitions, education initiatives, conservation activities, and capital projects. This position also supervises the Assistant Director, Grants & Sponsorships, who is responsible for meeting the corporate and foundation Annual Fund goals and stewarding corporate and foundation donors.

Baltimore National Heritage Area Interpretation and Outreach Manager

The Interpretation and Outreach Manager (IOM) is the Baltimore National Heritage Area’s (BNHA) main liaison to its cultural and heritage partners. The IOM works with these partners and BNHA staff to plan, create, and execute programs and events that engage visitors, residents and Baltimore City Public School students in the primary interpretive themes stated in the Baltimore National Heritage Area 2012 Comprehensive Management Plan.

Baltimore Museum of Art is seeking Meyerhoff-Becker Biennale Curatorial Fellow

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announces the inaugural cycle of the Meyerhoff-Becker Curatorial Fellowship, a year-long residency program, based in Baltimore, Maryland. The selected fellow will receive a full-time residency, round-trip travel expenses, and a $40,000 USD salary with benefits. Applicants who come from groups historically underrepresented in the museum field are strongly encouraged to apply.

Development Manager

The Walters Art Museum is among America’s top 50 art museums. Situated in the historic Mt. Vernon district of Baltimore, the Walters has an internationally-renowned collection of over 36,000 objects. It presents major exhibitions annually, has a world- class conservation studio and research program, and is a leader in education. The Walters’ Advancement Division consists of Development, Marketing & Communications, and Visitor Services. Reporting to the Director of Individual Giving & Major Gifts, the individual will be part of a dynamic and collaborative team.

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