Breckenridge Creative Arts Employment Application | Director of Development

  • Position Summary

    The Director of Development for Breckenridge Creative Arts (BCA) is the organization’s primary staff fundraiser and is responsible for raising contributed income each year of approximately $500,000 working in close collaboration with the President + CEO, the Board of Directors and Board Fundraising Committees. This frontline fundraising professional will identify, cultivate, solicit, and build strong relationships with donors, patrons, key businesses, foundations, government, and other community partners that currently support BCA’s privately funded division, Breck Music. This position also oversees grant writing and management for BCA’s publicly funded division, BreckCreate, and will lead feasibility testing and integration of the combined entity’s resource development programs. The Director of Development facilitates the functions of staff, Board and auxiliary groups associated with resource development and is an active participant in fundraising all events. To apply, please upload a Cover Letter, Resume and at least 3 References below.

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    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 4 years of fundraising experience in a nonprofit organization, ideally within the arts and culture field.
    • Proven ability to cultivate donor relationships and close $1000+ gifts.
    • Exceptional interpersonal, organizational, written communication, and public speaking skills.
    • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office, SharePoint.
    • Knowledge of CRM systems. Knowledge of Salesforce and Audience View Platforms a plus.
    • Ability to work flexible hours, including evening and weekend work.

    NOTE: Flexible hours during evenings, weekends, and all holidays is required.

    Salary
    $65,000-$80,000

    Please submit: Cover Letter, Resume, and References found below

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