Development & Education Coordinator, Country Music Foundation Inc., Nashville, TN

  • 25 Oct 2017 2:35 PM
    Message # 5351818
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    Position Title: Development & Education Coordinator
    FLSA Classification: Full-Time; non-exempt

    Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Development and Education Division

    The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has an opening for a full-time, non-exempt Development & Education Coordinator, which supports the work of the Vice President of Development, Education, and Community Outreach and three departmental directors.

    Company Overview: The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum seeks to collect, preserve, and interpret the evolving history and traditions of country music. Through exhibits, publications, and educational programs, the museum teaches its diverse audiences about the enduring beauty and cultural importance of country music.

    Development Department Overview: The Development Department oversees all philanthropy on behalf of the museum, which includes museum membership; annual, major, and planned giving; special events, which range from exhibition opening receptions to All for the Hall fundraisers hosted by Keith Urban, Vince Gill, and Emmylou Harris; as well as foundation, corporate and government giving programs. We also steward relationships with Country Music Hall of Fame members; the broader music community; elected officials; local, state, and national arts organizations; and museum donors. We are constant advocates for the arts on local and national levels, and we publish strategic communications on the museums behalf, such as the annual report. Our goal is provide excellent stewardship to all who make gifts of time, talent, and treasure to the mission in support of our mission-focused work.

    Education Departmental Overview: Charged with the mission of educating varied audiences about country music, the education department develops programs and resources that illuminate the stories, themes, and music explored in the museums galleries. Serving nearly 100,000 people per year through 1,000 programs, we support students of all ages, from school groups and families who engage in hands-on learning activities to general museum guests who experience performance presentations during their visit. A creative and curious team, we are composed of traditional and nontraditional educators, including classroom teachers, visual artists, historians, museum educators, and professional musicians. Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum educators share a passion for country music, popular culture, and lifelong learning and regularly collaborate to develop and implement dynamic educational offerings commensurate with one of the most-visited history museums in America.


    Job Overview: The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum seeks a Development and Education Coordinator to support the Vice President of Development, Education, and Community Outreach by: 1) Providing requisite administrative leadership to support her donor portfolio, directors in two departments, and the Development and Education committees of the Board of Officers and Trustees; 2) Advance weekly development and education department meetings; 3) Oversee scheduling and hospitality for divisional guests; 4) Draft communications and maintain records. This position will actively collaborate with the Director of Major Gifts, Director of Development Operations and Events, Director of Education, and Membership Manager.


    Job Overview: The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum seeks a Development and Education Coordinator to support the Vice President of Development, Education, and Community Outreach by: 1) Providing requisite administrative leadership to support her donor portfolio, directors in two departments, and the Development and Education committees of the Board of Officers and Trustees; 2) Advance weekly development and education department meetings; 3) Oversee scheduling and hospitality for divisional guests; 4) Draft communications and maintain records. This position will actively collaborate with the Director of Major Gifts, Director of Development Operations and Events, Director of Education, and Membership Manager.


    Specific Job Duties:

    Ensures the efficiency and effectiveness of the administration and operation of the Vice President of Development, Education, and Community Outreachs office.


    Answers phones; schedules meetings; opens mail; and completes expense reports and purchase orders.


    Creates and manages budget for administrative and capital campaign expenses, including monthly reconciliation with accounting.


    Organizes and attends weekly Development and Education department meetings in coordination with directors.


    Creates agendas, reports, and other materials as needed, often collaborating with members of other departments.


    Drafts correspondence on behalf of the Vice President of Development, Education, and Community Outreach.


    Manages and streamlines the pledge reminder and acknowledgement process for capital campaign and institutional giving donors, working with finance to obtain invoices and editing acknowledgement letters.


    Coordinates stewardship and outreach to donors who are within the Vice President of Development, Education, and Community Outreachs portfolio.


    Enters data, maintains plans, and documents moves management in Tessitura.


    Updates donor lists and cross-checks for accuracy across department.


    Maintains prospect lists for various campaigns.


    Attends museum receptions and other events hosted by divisional staff.


    Schedules and executes tours and museum visits for donors and other VIPs.


    Records minutes from development, education, and other committee meetings as requested.


    Books rooms and plans hospitality for divisional guests.


    Assists in organizing and implementing special projects.


    Minimum Qualifications:

    Bachelors degree


    Highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle sensitive information with confidentiality


    Excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work well with and interact with a broad spectrum of personalities and diverse populations


    Passion of the arts, museums, and country music


    Significant database management experience


    Ability to resolve conflicts and respond to inquiries in an appropriate and efficient manner


    Ability to interpret instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form


    Ability to solve problems and prioritize needs in a variety of situations where immediate decisions may be necessary


    Preferred Qualifications:

    Development experience


    Administrative experience


    Museum experience


    Preference given to Tessitura users


    Conditions of Employment:

    Must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekends, evenings, and some holidays.


    Must pass a background check and driving record check.


    Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/vkf2fm79x3hns8jr

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