DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
The Director of Advancement and Development is responsible for: advancing contributed and earned incomes and the communications needed to engage, inform, cultivate, and thank all constituents from guests, donors, and members to business clients; unifying the work of two income centers, supervision and oversight of the Development staff, Director of Marketing and Public Relations, and the Director of Special Events, including staff in those two departments. Directs strategic and operational planning for staff and volunteer committees relating to fundraising campaigns both Annual Fund and Capital. Provides leadership and oversight of the current Capital Campaign, including strategies to ensure goals are met in a timely manner. Directs all corporate solicitations, including campaign strategy, presentations, donor communications. Works with the Director of Marketing and Public Relations to promote the mission with an emphasis on enhancing brand understanding and the need for financial support. Assists Director of Special Events in managing the production of events ensuring management in a creative, timely and cost efficient manner including appropriate sponsorships fulfillment.
The position reports to the Executive Director, and works directly with senior staff and board members to meet budgeted fundraising and revenue goals.
Requirements: Must demonstrate knowledge, experience and success in all program components. Exceptional track record developing and cultivating donors and relationships with staff and multiple community stakeholders. Excellent interpersonal communication and organizational skills including supervision of multiple departments. Strategic and operational planning skills and experience. Eight to ten years experience in responsible development position. College degree or equivalent experience. Competency with Microsoft Office products. Raiser’s Edge experience preferred.
Email cover letter, resume and three references to: Employment@maymont.org
Accounting Manager - Part Time
Assists Finance Director with monthly closing, year-end audit, investments, fixed assets, project tracking, and other general accounting tasks.
Manages monthly closing process and prepare monthly financial statements for Board, Finance Committee and management.
Maintains records for fixed assets, investments, endowments, reserve funds, and other restricted funds and prepares related journal entries.
Prepares account analysis, audit schedules, and other reports for annual external audit and 990 tax return.
Assists in developing and maintaining a comprehensive policies and procedures manual for the Finance Department including research related to accounting, compliance, and tax issues.
Assists in preparation of annual operating and capital budgets.
Participate in reengineering of finance related business practices.
Assists with other general accounting duties.
Degree in Accounting. Ability to plan, organize and prioritize workload to be completed within regularly scheduled hours. Ability to communicate effectively. Good research and follow-up skills. Attention to detail and accuracy of work performed is critical. Possession of initiative and knowledge of general office/business terms and policies. Ability to work with limited supervision. Competency in accounting software, Financial Edge a definite plus!
Work Schedule: Flexible schedule averaging 20 hours per week.
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Operations Assistant - FULL TIME - new listing
Collect and remove all trash and litter from the buildings and grounds on a daily basis. Clean and maintain the appearance of the interior of all buildings and grounds on a daily basis including housekeeping and janitorial responsibilities. Responds to requests of all departments/staff members for operations assistance as directed by supervisor.
Includes set up tents, tables, chairs, etc., for events, including rental events, in-house functions, classrooms and education events, property wide events.
Must be available on weekends.
Ability to communicate effectively with staff of all levels and interact with guests in a cheerful and positive manner. Ability to work independently and with a team. Lift up to 50lbs. Must pass pre-employment criminal background check.
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