POSITION TITLE: Development Manager
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
The Development Manager is accountable for the fundraising, grant management, special events, and business operations of the office under the direction of the CEO.
• Responsible for managing timely and accurate uploading process for receipts, invoices, and bills to accounting vendor.
• Coordinates Board Meeting logistics; creation of Board binders and related printing to produce accurate materials within identified timelines.
• Manages logistics of other organization-sponsored meetings and special events as requested, e.g., concerts, classes, annual gala, etc.
• Responsible for maintaining up-to-date distribution lists, member lists, etc.
• Creates and manages office files, both paper and electronic.
• Responsible for grant writing, research foundations and reporting to grantors.
• Other office functions include:
manages phones; greets visitors; supports meetings; coordinates travel; handles incoming and outgoing mail; maintains employee timesheets, meeting schedules and daily calendars; prepares expense reports for reimbursement; orders and maintains office supplies and furniture; oversees maintenance of office equipment including repairs and inventory; proofreads and edits documents; runs occasional off-site errands and performs general clerical duties, including typing documents, maintaining spread sheets (excel), copying, faxing, scanning and filing.
• All work is performed with a direct reflection of the organization’s Mission, Vision and Values
• Maintains confidentiality of information.
• Other duties as assigned
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: (for ADA compliance)
• Light lifting; sitting or standing at desk.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: (required, preferred)
• Prefer two years in not for profit agency work/volunteering
• Experience in grant writing
• Prefer experience in administrative duties
• Require College Degree
• Spanish fluency preferred
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: (required, preferred)
• Clear communication and strong writing skills in English and Spanish required
• Excellent organization skills required
• Knowledge of arts and education preferred
• Strong project management skills required
• Poise, tact and discretion with sensitive and confidential information
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office and general office software and equipment required; Strong PowerPoint and Excel skills preferred
• Competency in creating and maintaining social media accounts required
• Management of volunteers preferred
A. Reports to: President/CEO
B. Supervises: volunteers/interns
C. Supports: CEO, Director of Austin Soundwaves and Emprendedor U coordinator
D. Peer and external collaboration/communicates with: Board members, partners, vendors, donors and grantors.
Applicants should cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. For more information, visit www.thehispanicalliance.org.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
It is the policy of Hispanic Alliance for the Performing Arts to provide all persons with equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, or religion.