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Posted May 13, 2021
Fort Collins Museum of Discovery
Fort Collins, Colorado
Salary Range: $38,000–$55,000
Fort Collins Museum of Discovery (FCMoD), is a unique public/private partnership that engages visitors in an innovative learning environment. As Northern Colorado’s only AAM-accredited museum (American Alliance of Museums), and only ASTC-affiliated museum (Association of Science and Technology Centers), FCMoD occupies a pivotal space in the cultural and educational life of our region and creates extraordinary opportunities for visitors to engage with experiences that explore the interplay of science and culture in ways that are deeply relevant to our community, our geography, and our shared history.
The Grants Manager is responsible for developing and managing a pipeline of current and prospective grant funders that align with the museum’s priorities. Through planned research, identification, development, cultivation, stewardship, compliance, and reporting activities, the Manager will submit proposals and manage awards in support of the museum’s mission and operating goals.
FCMoD promotes a team environment where curiosity, not certainty, informs our work. The Grants Manager will utilize this mindset to successfully cultivate relationships, foster collaboration, and support a culture of trust with colleagues, partners, and funders.
Interested applicants can apply by filling out the Grants Manager application at fcmod.org/jobs.
Applicants should be prepared to upload a digital cover letter, resume, three professional references, and a writing sample. If there is a need, materials can be submitted to Michael Allison, Director of Development, at email@example.com.
Posted May 4, 2021
Chief Development Officer
Desert Botanical Garden
Salary Range: $180,000–$200,000
Desert Botanical Garden is a dynamic living museum dedicated to research, education, conservation, and the display of desert plants.
The garden seeks an individual with a significant fundraising background or leadership experience raising money on behalf of a nonprofit as well as management expertise leading Board, staff, and volunteers in a strong philanthropic culture.
Experience in fundraising, including capital campaigns, annual funds, grants, special events, endowments major and planned gifts, and closing significant gifts of six figures and above, required. Participation at a leadership level in capital campaign ($20 million or greater) from concept to completion highly desired.
Knowledge of gardens and/or arts and cultural institutions preferred; not required. Ability and capacity to understand the patron experience of individuals and members of public gardens and nature organizations essential.
Ability to collaborate with board members in creating appropriate avenues for their participation in fundraising highly preferred. This would include development of new strategies and tactics for increasing the number of volunteers involved in philanthropic activities.
Graduate degree preferred. Evidence of continuing education through conferences, seminars and workshops in fundraising a plus.
Apply and submit materials at bit.ly/3nyMaVF (click on “Apply” button at bottom of page).