The Arts Council of Princeton, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is seeking a Development Associate to support fundraising for ongoing operational needs and for growth in programs and endowment. This full time position is offered on a six-month contract basis with the potential for transition into a permanent full time post. The successful candidate will be part of a dynamic Development/Marketing Team and will provide support for individual and institutional giving, annual fund, membership, capital campaigns, fundraising events, donor acknowledgements, production of the annual report and will be responsible for grants management. Specific responsibilities include:
- Manage grants calendar and support preparation of foundation, corporate and government grants.
- Manage development calendar so that all fundraising activities are coordinated with one another as well as with program activities.
- Assist in setting and managing development and fundraising budgets
- Assist with research to identify new sources of individual, corporate or institutional support.
- Manage database record-keeping for donors and members.
- Support the Arts Council’s leadership, including the Executive Director, Development Director and Board President.
- Execute donor acknowledgments letters.
- Assist in the preparation of the Annual Report.
- Mail membership renewal notices and support membership drive efforts.
- Support capital and endowment fundraising efforts.
- Support and assist with fundraising events and corporate sponsorships.
- Computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Excellent writing and editing skills
- Ability to communicate orally in an effective and friendly manner
- Highly organized
- BA required
- Education and/or work experience in non-profit administration preferred
- Final candidates will be required to successfully pass a background check
Interested candidates should send resume, letter of interest, three references and salary requirements by May 24, 2013 to Julie Sullivan-Crowley at email@example.com with “Development Associate Search” in the subject line or mail to:
Development Associate Search
Instructor's Full Name
Arts Council of Princeton
Paul Robeson Center for the Arts
102 Witherspoon Street
Princeton, NJ 08542
No phone calls please.
We accept teacher proposals on a rolling basis for our Winter (Jan-Mar), Spring (Apr-June), Summer (June-Aug), and Fall (Sep-Dec) semesters. To submit a proposal, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with all of the following information:
Phone Number including area code
Years of teaching experience
Are you currently teaching elsewhere? If yes, what and where?
Proposed class title
Age range of students
Maximum number of participants
Length of class or workshop
Number of hours per week and number of weeks
Desired rate of hourly pay
List your desired teaching days (at least 3, list most desired to least)
List your desired teaching times (at least 3, list most desired to least)
Classroom/studio space preference (if known)
Facility requirements/What we will provide (tables, chairs, easels, etc.)
Instructor to provide/What you will provide
Description of the particular class or workshop to be used for advertising purposes and will appear on the ACP website
150 word maximum
Full list of supplies including approximate cost (Please note if you prefer to provide the supplies and have this fee included in your artist fee. )
Artist biography for advertising purposes and will appear on the ACP website
150 word maximum
Proposals are kept on file for up to five years so re-submitting is not necessary.
New instructors must submit a resume, references, and examples of work
(if it pertains to art work, writing samples, etc)
Submit a materials list with your proposal. We must have a good idea
of what the class is, what it is going to cost, and the feasibility of
the class BEFORE we promote the offering and list it on our website.
Take the time and consult a calendar when planning your classes. Mark
your calendars when your class will not meet to avoid confusion. You
can give us your proposal and instructor packet of information electronically
by e-mailing Liz Murray: email@example.com
Submitting a proposal does not guarantee that the Arts Council will be running
the class that semester. All proposals will go through a review process.
If your proposal is not going to be on our class schedule for that given
semester, we will keep you on our mailing list for future semesters.
If you have any questions, please call Liz Murray at (609) 924-8777,
ext. 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to
discuss your concerns.
We are always looking for art models (both clothed and nude) for studio
classes. If you are interested in being an art model, please complete
the attached form and email email@example.com.
Summer Camp Counselors
We accept applications for summer camp counselors who are at least 16 years of age (by June 18th). UPDATE: Summer Camp Counselor positions are FILLED. Check back next year.
Summer Camp Counselors IN Training
We accept applications for summer camp counselors-in-training who are at least 14 years of age (by June 18th) until March 30th. Click here for an application.
The Arts Council of Princeton seeks to recruit and employ outstanding faculty and staff, which will support and enhance the ACP’s mission.
In accordance with that goal, some designated positions require that final candidates successfully complete a background check prior to being employed. Background checks, which may include a verification of your employment history, Social Security number and a criminal records search, are normally completed before an offer of employment is made but may also take place after employment begins.
The ACP will keep confidential all information gathered in background checks and will use the information solely for the purpose of establishing suitability for employment in a particular position.
The Arts Council of Princeton (ACP), founded in 1967, is a non-profit organization with a mission of Building Community through the Arts. Housed in the landmark Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, designed by renowned architect Michael Graves, the ACP fulfills its mission by presenting a wide range of programs including exhibitions, performances, free community cultural events, and studio-based classes and workshops in the visual, performing and literary arts. Arts Council of Princeton programs are designed to be high-quality, engaging, affordable and accessible for the diverse population in the greater Princeton region.
The Arts Council of Princeton
is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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