Job Description: Marketing & Fundraising Manager
Founded in 2015, Cascadia Art Museum is an educational nonprofit organization that celebrates the rich tradition of Northwest visual arts and design from 1860-1970. The museum provides enriching experiences for the community and visitors alike through original exhibitions, public programs, publications.
The Marketing & Fundraising Manager oversees Cascadia Art Museum’s marketing program and manages key fundraising efforts. This position will develop the annual marketing plan and create content for multi-channel communications. This position will oversee low to mid-level fundraising campaigns, including annual fund campaigns, and assisting in planning and coordinating Cascadia’s annual Summer Stars Gala & Auction. Additionally, this position supports donors and members by coordinating receptions and other events. The Marketing and Fundraising Manager reports to the Executive Director.
- Create and execute a yearly marketing plan that includes, social media, press releases, newspaper, trade magazines, and other media outlets to broaden general awareness and promote exhibitions.
- Coordinates with Executive Director, graphic designers, and printers to develop marketing collateral for each new exhibition.
- Oversees monthly newsletters. Develops content and maintains list.
- Plans and executes general fundraising campaigns. Plans follow up, and tracks progress toward goals.
- Works with Executive Director to assist with stewardship events throughout the year, including the annual Summer Stars Gala & Auction
- Plans, schedules, and coordinates member and donor receptions for exhibition openings. Manages invitation design and development, recipient lists, RSVPs, catering, and event programming
- Other duties as assigned
The ideal candidate will have a strong record of creative communications and writing skills and able to follow-through on multiple projects. We are looking for a team member who is highly organized, independently motivated and committed to excellence. Two years or more of experience in nonprofit development, communications, marketing, or donor relations.
- Demonstrated ability to manage, prioritize, and drive to completion multiple projects with attention to detail
- Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills
- Dependability, and good organization skills
- Great relationship management skills and an ability to work well with teams
Hours and Compensation
Employment Type: Full-time, exempt
Compensation: $50,000-$60,000 depending on experience. Medical benefits.
Location: Edmonds, WA