Research funding opportunities at the local, state, federal and private sector levels for the purposes of securing funding for Museum. Prepare required grant applications for available funding opportunities and successfully administer grants awarded. Explore and introduce alternative revenue streams to enhance and expand Museum operations such as Endowment Fund, Annual Giving, Capital Campaign and Corporate Level Sponsorship. Manage staff and operations of the Development Department and directly oversee the Member Services Program and the Retail operations. Devise strategies to increase Membership and ensure the delivery of quality Member services by providing ideas and methods for actively engaging Members through special events and interactive programs. Oversee production and distribution of quarterly Museum News newsletter (“AQ”). Bachelor’s degree required. Minimum five (5) years resource development experience, Museum Industry preferred. Proven successful grant writing is a must. Strong planning and organizational skills are imperative. English written and verbal communication skills essential. Knowledge of Past Perfect museum software helpful. Excellent computer skills utilizing Microsoft programs and add-ins. Ability to work a flexible work schedule including evenings, weekends and Holidays. Ability to travel as necessary.
Our current employee benefits include medical, pharmacy, vision, dental, life, accident and disability insurances, 401(k) plan, generous paid time off plan and much more.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida is a drug free workplace, drug screening is a requirement of employment. We exercise Native American preference.
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