Clackamas County Arts Alliance (CCAA) offers a creative opportunity for an experienced fundraising professional to serve as the organization’s Development Leader.
In collaboration with the Executive Director, the Development Leader will hold significant responsibility for raising funds for CCCA, a nonprofit organization.
Tasks will include executing and updating existing annual development plans and prospecting / cultivating / soliciting individual, foundation and corporate donors and sponsors in support of CCAA’s programs and goals. The Development Leader will report to the Executive Director.
We are offering a .50FTE part-time exempt salaried position starting at $28,000 per year. This position is funded in part by two-year grants, and is renewable depending on performance and continued successful fundraising by the CCAA. Opportunity to grow to a full-time position will also be determined by future fundraising success. The Development will work remotely, from own office, as do all CCAA employees. We estimate the job will require 20 hours per week, allocated across each weekday, Monday – Friday, during business hours. Hours will vary weekly depending on deadlines and other needs; some weekend and/or evening work may be required. Several monthly meetings in Oregon City will be expected. Adequate and reliable transportation is required.
Clackamas County Arts Alliance is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to keep arts and culture central to life in Clackamas County. The Arts Alliance is seeking a part-time team-oriented Communications Assistant who will routinely work with all programs and staff to provide various communications and administrative tasks to support Arts Alliance work.
- Strong competency working with MS Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop or other image management software, PowerPoint, WordPress, Dropbox, Mailchimp, Skype, Social media, Doodle Poll, Google Calendar
- 1 – 3 years’ experience working in a remote office/telecommuting
- High comfort level with technology and learning new software
- Experience working with event planning and coordination
- Excellent organizational skills
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Attention to detail and ability to exhibit independent judgement but also take direction and follow established protocols
- Ability to set priorities, effectively manage timelines and deadlines, take initiative, be proactive and follow up
- Ability to manage diverse responsibilities and multiple tasks
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact well with diverse groups
- Flexible, adaptable, dependable, positive attitude, team-oriented
- Represent Arts Alliance in a professional manner
Hours: Average 20 hours per week (.5FTE)
Annual Salary: $17,000
Deadline to Apply: Midnight, October 5, 2017