Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center uses the history and lessons of the Holocaust to transform the future—to equip students, educators and public visitors with knowledge, skills, and courage to take a stand for humanity. The Museum currently welcomes and touches the lives of more than 150,000 people of all ages, nationalities and cultural backgrounds each year. We empower them to become Upstanders for social justice, to speak out against intolerance and genocide, and to lead by example. We do this through cutting-edge exhibitions, innovative public programming, high-quality student and educator services, and partnerships with arts and cultural organizations, educational institutions, and law enforcement agencies.
The Assistant Director of Development will be responsible for identifying and soliciting new donors in the five to six figure range and maintaining relationships with individual, corporate, foundation and capital donors to achieve annual and capital fundraising goals. This position offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a positive work environment.
Primary Job Function:
Solicit and steward new individual, corporate and foundation donors for support of our annual campaign, programs, exhibitions, planned giving initiative and capital campaign.