Associate Director, Individual Philanthropy→ New York, New York, United States
The Museum of Modern Art is accepting applications for an Associate Director of Individual Philanthropy to serve as a senior member of the Individual Philanthropy team, overseeing a fundraising team and managing a portfolio of high-level donors who contribute vital support towards the Museum’s programs.
Reporting to and working closely with the Director of Individual Philanthropy, the Associate Director manages all aspects of a high-level giving program, including prospect identification, cultivation, one-on-one solicitation and stewardship activities, and appeals to support annual operations and programs.
- Solicits six- and seven-figure gifts from individuals.
- Manages the department’s $10K+ individual giving program and develops strategies to support prospecting campaigns and donor engagement.
- Identifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards a portfolio of donors and prospects in support of programs across the Museum, including Director’s Council, Modern Fund, Membership, Exhibitions, Learning and Engagement, and other special programs, including capital campaigns.
- Works closely with the Research team to develop an ongoing pipeline of prospects to be managed by the major gifts team.
- Works with External Affairs colleagues to develop strategic and donor-centric strategies and to solicit and steward the Museum’s most generous donors.
- Working with the Director of Individual Philanthropy, defines quantifiable performance metrics, which can be regularly evaluated with leadership and can enhance learning and development for all members of the team.
- Manages reporting and forecasting for the major gifts portfolio.
- Develops calendar and manages donor cultivation events for various levels of individual donors and prospects; develops marketing collateral and solicitation materials as needed.
- Oversees creation and dissemination of general departmental correspondence and promotional materials.
- Coordinates Museum tours for donors and other VIPs. Supports and attends related donor events and programs as needed.
- Supervises Individual Philanthropy (Development) Officers and Associate. Participates in recruitment for select open positions and makes hiring recommendations or decisions for staff vacancies; supervises assigned staff on daily basis, providing relevant training, feedback, guidance, professional development, etc.; ensures compliance with and comprehension of Museum policies and relevant collective bargaining agreement; manages the constructive discipline process, as warranted; conducts annual performance reviews with direct staff; etc.
- Manages the individual philanthropy expense budget.
- Performs any other duties reasonably related to the functions described above.
- Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of seven years of frontline fundraising experience. Proven experience securing seven-figure gifts. A minimum of two years of supervisory experience.
- Knowledge of and interest in modern and contemporary art.
- Superior interpersonal and verbal and written communications skills; experience creating effective solicitation letters and proposals.
- Ability to work in a collaborative setting that involves shared decision-making and program responsibility.
- Ability to manage many projects simultaneously and with keen attention to detail.
- Effective and professional negotiating and diplomacy skills.
- Energetic, self-motivated, flexible, and adaptable.
- A team player with an attitude of service and ability to motivate others.
- Aptitude with budgets and financial documentation.
- Ability to work independently and proactively, especially under deadlines
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office, especially Excel and PowerPoint, and Salesforce or other donor-management systems.
- Must be available to work some evenings and weekends as required.
Reports to: Director of Individual Philanthropy
Supervises: Development Associate, Individual Philanthropy (Development) Officers
Salary range: Minimum of $130,000 to a maximum of $145,000 per annum
How to Apply:
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Applicants should submit a resume and a statement of interest.
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