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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.

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Seeks Program Associate, International

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation (MAAF) seeks a full-time Program Associate who will work to administer and support the international portfolio at Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation: USArtists International, the largest grantmaking program in the United States supporting performing artists at their engagements abroad and Performing Arts Global Exchange, a National Endowment for the Arts-supported program that brings international artists to the United States to perform at nonprofit presenting organizations nationwide with grant support.

USArtists International (USAI)

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Seeks Program Associate, International

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation (MAAF) seeks a full-time Program Associate who will work to administer and support the international portfolio at Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation: USArtists International, the largest grantmaking program in the United States supporting performing artists at their engagements abroad and Performing Arts Global Exchange, a National Endowment for the Arts-supported program that brings international artists to the United States to perform at nonprofit presenting organizations nationwide with grant support.

USArtists International (USAI)

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.

Historical Society Of Baltimore County Seeks Executive Director

The Historical Society of Baltimore County is a non-profit organization located in Cockeysville, Maryland. Our Mission is to collect, preserve and interpret the rich history of Baltimore County for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations.”

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management and administration of the Society. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is the public face of the HSBC and represents the Society at events and within the community.

Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance seeks Development Coordinator

Under the direction of AEMS Executive Director, the Development Coordinator implements and develops fundraising strategies to increase donations and grants to the organization.

AEMS Vision: All Maryland public school students have equitable access to arts education so that they can learn and achieve in and through dance, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts.

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.

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