Development and Membership Coordinator – SUNY Purchase, Neuberger Museum

Development and Membership Coordinator (Staff Assistant, SL-2)
Neuberger Museum
$42000.00 – 46000.00 + $3,026 (location pay)
The Development and Membership Coordinator reports to the Director of Development and provides support for all advancement activities within the Neuberger Museum of Art including support of the Development Team, other Museum staff and Institutional Advancement colleagues in planning, organizing and evaluating a year-round schedule of solicitations and related communications to promote, support, and further the fundraising efforts of the NMA.
Bachelor’s Degree required; Degrees in Arts Management or Non-Profit Management a plus; 1-3 years advancement or related work or internship experience.
Demonstration of sound judgment and excellent people skills;
Articulate and enthusiastic about the visual arts;
Detail oriented; solid Microsoft Office skills, with an emphasis on Excel and mail merge;
Strong work ethic and ambition to grow a career in an arts-related advancement field.
Raiser’s Edge experience, a plus.
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