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New York City Center is looking for professional, enthusiastic, creative individuals to join our team. We are an equal opportunity employer.
ASSISTANT MANAGER, INDIVIDUAL GIVING
POSITION SUMMARY: This position serves as a member of City Center’s development team and is responsible for helping to administer all facets of the institutional giving program at New York City Center. This position plays an integral part in helping to achieve contributed income targets in terms of corporate, foundation and government support and will be responsible for a variety of fundraising, benefit fulfilment, and organizational activities. Together with the Institutional Giving Manager, the Assistant Manager, will oversee an Institutional Giving intern, as needed.
ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to the Director of Institutional Giving.
To be considered, please email a cover letter, resume and writing sample to Jane Penn at email@example.com. No phone calls please.
DEVELOPMENT DATABASE COORDINATOR
This position serves as a member of City Center’s development team and is responsible for administering the database function for the department. This position implements all Tessitura systems and outputs relevant to the individual and institutional giving programs at New York City Center.
Reports to the VP for Development and works closely with the Director of Special Events and Development Operations, and the Director of Individual and Major Gifts, as well as City Center’s I.S. Department.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
Please submit a resume and cover letter explaining your interest in the position to Susan Strebel, Director of Special Events and Development Operations, firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
City Center’s Internship Program aims to educate students about non-profit arts utilizing NYCC programming and staff as resources.
Program Description: Each intern will be hosted in either the Development (Fundraising), Education, Finance, Marketing or Programming department at City Center.
Over the course of this 10-week program (January 19 – April 8, 2016) interns will be engaged in:
Application Instructions: The program is geared towards college and graduate students interested in gaining practical, hands-on experience in Arts Administration. All applicants must be matriculated college or graduate students. Applicants should designate the department with which they would like to intern. Please see Department Descriptions below. The application deadline is Sunday, November 15th.
New York City Center welcomes a select few volunteers to assist with audience survey distribution and collection during evening and matinee performances of the annual Fall for Dance Festival, as well as to provide clerical support during business hours for special projects. For further information, please e-mail our Marketing Department.