Do you know how to coordinate some development? Today Vermont Studio Center announced a new open position on their super beautiful grounds. Details below — applications accepted until November 15, 2012 with a start date in early January 2013.
POSITION AVAILABLE: Development Coordinator
The Development Coordinator is responsible for the efficient and professional operation of all internal aspects of the VSC Development Office.
S/he participates in each year’s fundraising plan, including overseeing the details of the annual development calendar, prospecting and donor record-keeping, and other customary development support activities. S/he collaborates with colleagues on creating the annual campaign concepts and coordinates the Annual Fund solicitation letters and bulk mailings. S/he produces gift acknowledgements and receipts, facilitates staff and board communication/conference calls, and oversees the development database and paper files.
The Development Coordinator is supportively involved in the collaboration between the Development and Founder’s offices at VSC and between the board and staff. S/he provides logistical support to the board of trustees and assists in the planning, execution, and follow-up for special events.
S/he reports the Director for Development. S/he supervises development-related work exchange residents and the Development assistant, who provide direct support to the Coordinator. As all staff at the Vermont Studio Center, the Coordinator promotes and safeguards the vision, mission, and ambitions of the organization and is encouraged to think creatively on behalf of the Studio Center and the artists and writers it supports.
The successful candidate will have prior experience or equivalent in arts organizations and/or fundraising, with capital campaign experience a plus. S/he will be experienced with a Mac-based computer network and fundraising data systems (VSC uses Salesforce). S/he will be expected to interact productively with the wide range of individuals and groups that are attracted to the Studio Center and its programs.
This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits.
Please send cover letter and resume to:
Gary Clark, Director for Development
Vermont Studio Center
P.O. Box 613
Johnson, VT 05656