A Contemporary Theatre
Senior Development Officer
- Deadline: Ongoing
- Budget: $80,000-$85,000 annually
ACT is seeking a Senior Development Officer to join our dynamic Development Team. You are someone who is excited about taking ACT to the next level on the contributed revenue front. This position is a key member of the Development team and its activities. They collaborate with staff, Trustees, and volunteers to cultivate, steward, and solicit gifts. The Senior Development Officer manages a portfolio of $5,000+ donors, comprised of individual, corporate, family foundation, and in-kind donors. Making effective use of our database system and other institutional resources, they will work to ensure appropriate management of donors and prospects.
The Senior Development Officer assists and/or leads in strategic planning activities to create and implement fund-raising goals and objectives. They plan and conduct programs and activities designed to increase the visibility of ACT to a variety of local, regional, and national constituencies. They will lead the Planned Giving program and create new opportunities to market the Falls Legacy Circle. This position will be responsible for growing ACT’s corporate partners program and identify opportunities for engagement. ACT’s Development team works together to effectively manage and steward individual and institutional donors and prospects.
Benefits include health insurance, paid sick, vacation, and holidays, 403b plan, access to $5 downtown parking, and free tickets to ACT productions. COVID-19 vaccination is a condition of employment.
· Minimum 5 years’ experience in the development/philanthropy space
· History of securing $5,000+ gifts
· Annual fund-raising experience; campaign experience a plus
· Donor event planning and implementation
· Ability to interact effectively with leadership, prospects, donors, and artists
· Community relations skills and the ability to communicate and work effectively within a diverse community
· Ability to exercise sound judgment and discretion around the ethics of development activities
More Information: acttheatre.org