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    Administrative Assistant, Foundation Relations

    Department: Development
    Reports to: Manager, Foundation Relations
    Job Code: AAFR
    We seek a Foundation Relations Assistant to support the cultivation and stewardship of relationships with private foundations, and to help secure annual fund grants for Carnegie Hall. The individual will provide administrative support for all aspects of the Foundation Relations department.  Responsibilities including, but not limited to: correspondence for donors and prospects, including gift and payment acknowledgements, inquiries, invitations; proposal preparation, submission, and tracking; gift entry, report and list generation, and donor solicitations tracking in Tessitura database; prospect research, donor profiles and meeting briefings; donor credits, concert ticketing, and revenue and expense tracking and reporting; representing the Foundation Relations department in a liaison role with Development Services; general office management such as answering phones, filing and archiving, mail merges, scheduling meetings. 
    Qualifications: BA plus one year of work experience in office support role/non-profit organization.  Excellent writing and research skills.  Extremely detail-oriented and able to multi-task efficiently in a time-sensitive, high volume work area.  High level of proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including production of mail merges and calculations in Excel.  Fundraising software program experience extremely helpful, particularly Tessitura experience.  Willingness to work evening hours a few times during the performance season.  Demonstrated interest in and knowledge of the arts is preferred.
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    Carnegie Hall
    Human Resources Department
    881 Seventh Avenue
    New York, NY 10019–3219

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