The National Building Museum seeks a Foundation Giving Officer to manage the identification, research, cultivation, solicitation, stewardship, reporting, and documentation of foundation and government agency donors and prospects.
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Your submission should be a game-changing proposal that provides urban design solutions that promote belonging, dignity and resilience for immigrants and refugees navigating the challenges of urban life in their local community. Your proposal should explicitly demonstrate a solid understanding of the needs and challenges of immigrants and refugees that is informed by a partnership with an immigrant or refugee service organization, NGO, non-profit and/or supported by substantial data and research.
The Building and Sites Department of the Getty Conservation Institute is relaunching a search for a Project Specialist to work on the Conserving Modern Architecture Initiative (CMAI). Reporting to the Senior Project Specialist who manages the CMAI, the Project Specialist will manage the CMAI’s new education and training initiatives and engage in other CMAI field/research projects. This is a three-year, limited-term position, based in Los Angeles.
The City of Riverside is accepting applications for the position of CURATOR OF HISTORIC STRUCTURES* to fill one (1) vacancy in the RIVERSIDE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM. The eligibility list established may be used to fill the current and/or upcoming vacancies within this classification for up to six (6) months.
The Communications Manager will play a key role within The Shed’s Marketing & Communications team, which is charged with developing and driving local, national, and global visibility for The Shed’s opening in 2019 and creating comprehensive campaigns to publicize all performances, exhibitions, programs, initiatives, and events.
Under the direction of the Management Board, the Executive Director is responsible for the overall leadership, management, and operation of San Francisco City Guides (SFCG) and its volunteers. S/he oversees all operations, policies, programs, and activities of the organization and is responsible for ensuring that they are consistent with the strategic plan. The Executive Director builds on existing effective partnerships with key allies and stakeholders and works to develop new partnerships that support SFCG in achieving its mission. S/he ensures ongoing fundraising success and works to increase SFCG’s recognition and relevance in the San Francisco community.
This position requires a unique blend of skills and capabilities. The incumbent must have solid communication, organizational, analytical, and administrative skills. They must value collaborating with a team of colleagues nationally to develop successful and fulfilling fellowship placements, which grows our expanding network of social impact designers. Additionally, the incumbent must demonstrate the ability to mentor both host organizations and Fellows alike, championing success within complex relationships and projects.
The Marketing Communications Coordinator is responsible for general project management for CAF marketing campaigns, including collecting invoices, coordinating content collection and communicating with internal and external stakeholders in order to meet deadlines. This person will be a key support role on the Marketing team, serving as the main point of contact regarding marketing collateral.
The Web Designer will contribute to CAF’s expanding suite of public-facing digital properties including web, mobile, digital interactives and displays, and e-commerce. This is a hands-on junior level role that requires strong expertise in both design and front-end technology. This role will help support the growth and stability of CAF’s digital presence.