Development - General, Donor Relations/Stewardship, Major Gifts
A front-line fundraising position, the Director of Development will work closely with the Chief Development Officer to cultivate new and maintain existing critical donor relationships and raise money to support the operations and special projects at the San Antonio Museum of Art. The ideal candidate will have at least three years of experience in front-line fundraising and development experience. Strong organizational and operational skills are very important. Additionally, this candidate will enjoy working with and managing volunteers while overseeing special events and projects. Experience working with a membership program is a plus.
A minimum of three years fundraising and donor relations experience with a proven track record of building and sustaining donor relationships and meeting revenue goals.
Identify and create stewardship opportunities
Experience with planning and executing successful fundraising and stewardship events.
Outstanding organization and administrative skills essential.
Good communicator with excellent writing skills
Ability to meet deadlines, achieve activity and revenue goals, and use initiative
Successfully develop and implement engagement opportunities
Must be a creative thinker who enjoys the collaborative process
Incredible attention to detail
Familiarity with a CRM
About San Antonio Museum of Art
The San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA), founded in 1981, takes you around the world and through five thousand years of art in a complex of buildings that once housed the Lone Star Brewery. SAMA is renowned for the most comprehensive ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian art collection in the southern United States. The Nelson A. Rockefeller Latin American art wing spans the ages from the ancient Americas to the present and includes an outstanding collection of folk art. In the contemporary galleries, works of internationally recognized artists share prominence with notable Texas and regional art. The comprehensive Asian art wing displays works from Korea, India, and Japan, and includes an important Chinese ceramics collection.