Coordinator, Campaigns and Special Projects
- Reports To:
- Director, Campaigns and Special Projects
- Full Time
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Carnegie Hall seeks a Coordinator, Campaigns & Special Projects. The Coordinator will serve as a writer and researcher for Campaigns & Special Projects. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: prospect research; creation of personally tailored letters, proposals, and reports; and working closely with the Director of Campaigns & Special Projects and the Director of the Patron Program to develop strategies for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors to Carnegie Hall’s current campaign and special projects (restricted Annual Fund Major Gifts). Also draft a wide range of written materials to support activities of the Board of Trustees.
• Draft major proposals, letters, reports, and gift acknowledgements to Individuals and Foundations for support of Carnegie Hall’s current campaign and Major Gifts
• Draft the Executive and Artistic Director Report for Board/Executive Committee meetings and other Board communications
• Draft Chairman’s Letter for the Annual Report and Trustee obituary notices
• Assist Patron Program and other sectors with special writing projects
• Draft correspondence to members of Festival Committees of Honor
• Draft speaking points for Chairman and Executive Director, as needed
• Conduct prospect research utilizing specialized online tools and databases
• Draft comprehensive research profiles on campaign, major gift, and board prospects
• Compile briefings for Executive and Artistic Director and Director of Development for meetings with prospects and Trustees
• Assist Director of Campaigns & Special Projects and Director of Patron Program in developing strategies for prospect cultivation/solicitation/stewardship
• Manage distribution to the Board of publications from the Weill Music Institute (WMI) and Ensemble Connect by liaising with Marketing and Public Affairs departments
• Act as guest contact for small-scale cultivation events, as needed
College graduate with superior writing and research skills and 1-2 years of experience in fundraising/development. Self-motivated, highly organized and detail-oriented individual must be able to work quickly and handle multiple projects in a time-sensitive work environment. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher is required, as well as experience with Tessitura (or similar fundraising database).
To apply to this role, please send a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We are an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.