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Job Opening: Development Manager

Position Type: Full Time Permanent

General Responsibilities:

·        Work closely with Director of Development and the Development team to ensure strategic cultivation and stewardship of all philanthropic constituents
·        Identify new donors including corporate and foundation prospects and serve as an integral member of the grant team
·        Participate in various aspects of development within an active, team-oriented department

Primary Duties:

·        Cultivation and stewardship of the development program for entry level through mid-level museum donors
·        Oversee all aspects of the annual appeal, including drafting appeal text, coordinating materials and mailings, and tracking totals throughout the fiscal year

Experience and Skills:

·        Proven excellent written and oral communication skills, organizational skills, and close attention to detail required
·        Must be highly motivated and able to function in a fast-paced environment
·        Must work well with others as part of the team and independently
·        Flexibility: open to working evenings and weekends during museum events
·         Professional experience in a non-profit development office required

Knowledge and Education:

·        B.A. required
·        Strong computer literacy required
·        Knowledge of databases preferred

To apply, send an email with cover letter and resume to careers@woodmereartmuseum.org. Please indicate the position in subject line.

Job Opening: Part-time Bookkeeper

The Bookkeeper is responsible for the daily activities relating to transaction recording of the Museum’s cash receipts and accounts payable; preparing and recording bank deposits; researching and resolving payment issues; ensuring timely and accurate reporting for month end close; assisting with routine and ad-hoc accounting activities for the finance department.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and record all bank deposits
  • Record all electronic receipts
  • Review invoices and supporting documentation for check requests and prepare for approval
  • Code invoices and expense reports accurately and efficiently
  • Prepare endowment transfers
  • Monitor cash needs
  • Process and record payroll
  • Copy and file all documents as required
  • Prepare all monthly bank reconciliations
  • Prepare and remit sales tax returns
  • Order office supplies
  • Perform other related duties and projects as assigned by Chief Financial Officer

Education, Experience and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business preferred
  • Minimum of 2-4 years accounting experience in a non-profit preferred
  • Experience with Sage financial systems preferred
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
  • Strong mathematical and analytical skills
  • Intermediate knowledge of Excel
  • Flexible, organized, proactive, detail oriented, discreet
  • Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with all levels of employees and management in a team oriented environment

To apply, send an email with cover letter and resume to careers@woodmereartmuseum.org. Please indicate the position in subject line.

 

VOLUNTEERS

Volunteers are an essential part of every department at Woodmere. They host member events and concerts, participate in children’s programs, and provide administrative support to staff—and that’s just a sampling of the services they provide. We offer flexible scheduling, complimentary admission to Museum events, Museum Store discounts, and a lively work environment.

Download the VolunteerApplication.

E-mail your completed application to Susan Richards at srichards@woodmereartmuseum.org

DOCENTS

Woodmere’s docent program is an art enthusiast’s best volunteer opportunity. Candidates from any background are encouraged to apply for the training program starting each January. Prospective docents must participate in training, regular meetings, and tour hours, giving at least two years of service to the Museum. Docents receive a number of great benefits, including complimentary event admission, private tours, art history and aesthetics training, educational trips, and Museum Store discounts.