Development Director

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Are you ready to help one of the most beloved arts organizations in Montana realize their full potential? Do you love live theatre and providing opportunities for growth and transformation? Are you a gracious host who can light up the room without stealing the spotlight? Can you make grant writing and donor asks about the opportunity rather than the money? Are you a detail oriented fundraiser looking for your forever home with a world-class locally grown theatre? We may have created this position just for you!! Description: As our newly created Development Director, you will lead the fundraising efforts of Grandstreet Theatre. You will be responsible for growing our fund drive, sponsorships and fundraising events to propel our theatre into the next phase of our evolution. Your time will be spent cultivating relationships with funders, donors, sponsors and foundation directors. You will lead a team of volunteers and board members to plan and implement development strategies to support our mission. Grandstreet Theatre is committed to excellence through diversity of its staff mixed across lines of difference and strongly encourages applications from Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender and non-binary candidates. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply. To Apply: Please send your resume, with three references and a cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line "Director of Possibility". Position is open until filled. Requirements: A bachelor degree in business, communications, public relations, theatre, journalism or English, or comparable fundraising and development experience. Excellent writing skills. A clear and pleasant manner of communicating with an easy ability to form relationships and connect with people of all walks of life. Attention to detail and excellent time management skills. Commitment to achieving high standards within limited resources. Capacity to sit or stand for long periods, work at a computer extensively, and lift/carry up to 20 pounds. Preferred experience: Four years of experience in development/fundraising and arts based grant writing. A love for locally grown, live theatre. Ability to man
Are you ready to help one of the most beloved arts organizations in Montana realize their full potential? Do you love live theatre and providing opportunities for growth and transformation? Are you a gracious host who can light up the room without stealing the spotlight? Can you make grant writing and donor asks about the opportunity rather than the money? Are you a detail oriented fundraiser looking for your forever home with a world-class locally grown theatre? We may have created this position just for you!! Description: As our newly created Development Director, you will lead the fundraising efforts of Grandstreet Theatre. You will be responsible for growing our fund drive, sponsorships and fundraising events to propel our theatre into the next phase of our evolution. Your time will be spent cultivating relationships with funders, donors, sponsors and foundation directors. You will lead a team of volunteers and board members to plan and implement development strategies to support our mission. Grandstreet Theatre is committed to excellence through diversity of its staff mixed across lines of difference and strongly encourages applications from Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender and non-binary candidates. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply. To Apply: Please send your resume, with three references and a cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line "Director of Possibility". Position is open until filled. Requirements: A bachelor degree in business, communications, public relations, theatre, journalism or English, or comparable fundraising and development experience. Excellent writing skills. A clear and pleasant manner of communicating with an easy ability to form relationships and connect with people of all walks of life. Attention to detail and excellent time management skills. Commitment to achieving high standards within limited resources. Capacity to sit or stand for long periods, work at a computer extensively, and lift/carry up to 20 pounds. Preferred experience: Four years of experience in development/fundraising and arts based grant writing. A love for locally grown, live theatre. Ability to man
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