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The Director of Institutional Giving is responsible for creating, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive annual institutional fundraising program in support of NCTC’s programmatic needs, and for meeting or exceeding annual fundraising goals. The Director provides oversight of the institutional giving programs. The Director of Institutional Giving will be a leader in the implementation of NCTC’s Strategic Plan in order to identify and articulate NCTC’s goals and objectives, and translate those into fundraising opportunities. The Director reports to the Executive Director and recommends fundraising policies and procedures with the goal of maintaining the highest standards of professionalism and ethical conduct.
Summary of Responsibilities:
- Create, implement and manage a comprehensive annual institutional fundraising plan to meet contributed income goals
- Plan, oversee and lead identification, cultivation, and solicitation strategies to raise funding from foundation, government and corporate underwriting
- Monitor progress towards annual fundraising goals and intervene to adjust strategies or implement new strategies as needed
- Grant writing and reporting
- With the Director of Individual Giving, serve as the liaison to the Development Committee of the Board of Trustees
- Work closely with Executive Director to identify, cultivate and solicit new foundation and government donors; develop specific strategies and timelines for approaching new prospects.
- Develop and implement a strategy to secure new and increased corporate funding
- Develop a comprehensive stewardship plan for all government, corporate and foundation donors.
- Support the outreach, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship efforts of the Artistic and Executive Directors
- Keep abreast of fundraising trends and best practices
- Oversee the records and data management providing monthly reports on fundraising progress.
- Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
- Experience managing and coordinating complex projects that have multiple tasks with competing deadlines in a fast-paced environment
- The ability to set priorities and schedules, to meet deadlines, and to follow through on projects with minimal supervision
- A positive, can-do attitude and dedicated work ethic
- Superior organizational skills; a work style that is thorough, accurate and detail-oriented
- Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, research and editorial skills; the ability to synthesize information and compose clear and effective prose
- Sound judgment and superior ability to solve problems creatively and effectively
- Strong Fiscal and Budget Management/Development Skills
- Experience with MS Word, Excel, Salesforce, and social media preferred
The Director of Institutional Giving is also required to:
- Be enthusiastic for developing, achieving and then exceeding goals
- Possess maturity, drive, and professionalism
- Fully support the mission on NCTC
- Have an appreciation of theatre
- Attend NCTC youth and adult performances throughout the year
- Adhere to NCTC policies as listed in the Employee Handbook
- Other duties as assigned: This position is a team member of the NCTC staff. All staff members support NCTC at large. All personnel participate as needed in NCTC functions, on-site and off.
- Send cover letter, resume and three references to email@example.com
- Strong preference for local candidates: there is no relocation package available.
New Conservatory Theatre Center is seeking an Assistant Audio Technician for our Bay Area Premiere of The View UpStairs by Max Vernon, Orchestrations by James Dobinson, Directed by Ed Decker.
Summary of Responsibilities:
Assistant Audio Technician (A2) will be in charge of running and maintaining sound equipment and body mics during each performance. They will be present at each performance to live mix the mics and audio during the performance and troubleshoot as necessary. They will work with the actors to ensure mics are being worn and used properly.
Individuals applying should be experienced mixing sound and have a good ear for balancing levels, be capable and knowledgeable of problem-solving on their feet, and responsible for taking care of all mics and sound equipment.
We’re looking for an individual available from mid-April through the end of June 2019. This is a paid position.
To submit, please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
NCTC is regularly hiring designers, technicians, and stage managers for upcoming productions.
You may submit your cover letter and resume at any time to Stephanie Desnoyers, Production Manager, at StephanieD@nctcsf.org.