Utah Humanities Council
The Utah Humanities Council is seeking a development manager for a half-time position that offers flexible hours. This person will report directly to UHC’s Director of Development.
Primary duties include writing corporate and foundation grant applications, managing direct mail campaigns, managing development areas of our central database, participating in events and planning, as well as providing stewardship to our donors.
This position offers a great working environment with a small staff. The successful candidate needs to be detail-oriented and organized, with an understanding of the humanities and the ability to visualize the larger scope of projects. Equally important are excellent writing skills, excellent time management ability, self-starter initiative, and a genuine pleasure in working with people. Proficiency with Excel, Word, and Outlook, and a minimum of three to five years of experience are required. Database experience is recommended. A bachelor’s degree in English, Psychology, Communications, Nonprofit Management, or equivalent studies is beneficial.
The Utah Humanities Council is a private, nonprofit organization that receives funding from public and private sources to provide statewide public programming. UHC enables lifelong learning for all Utahns, including an annual Book Festival, professional development and programs for museums (including touring Smithsonian exhibitions), college-level humanities courses for underserved adults, technical and financial grant assistance; and other projects. See UHC's web site at www.utahhumanities.org for additional information.
Send applications to: Kathleen Gardner, Director of Development via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only applications with a letter of application, resume, and contact information for three references will be considered. No telephone calls, please.
Pay scale: $12-15/hour, without benefits
Closing date: Friday, May 3, 2013
The Utah Humanities Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer.