As a member of APA's marketing team, the programs and events marketing manager will be responsible for driving marketing planning initiatives from conception through completion in order to achieve organizational goals related to APA's varied programs, products, and events. Those include, but are not limited to, the promotional campaigns for APA's National Planning Conference, Policy and Advocacy Conference, education programs, research products, and periodical subscriptions.
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MAS seeks a full-time Public Programs Associate to support the seamless planning, production, and
execution of all MAS public engagements. The MAS calendar offers events of all scales, from panels and
award ceremonies, to cultivation events and signature events like the MAS Summit for New York City
and Jane’s Walk NYC.
Founded in 1966 as Utah Heritage Foundation, our non-profit mission is to keep history alive, not only for preservation, but to provoke and inspire a more creative present and sustainable future. Preservation Utah is an organization of seven employees and was recognized with a National Honor Award for Organizational Excellence in 2016 by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This position will report to the Executive Director.
The Manager of Operations will manage a range of functions (administrative, financial, budget tracking, site organizational systems, and support materials design) for the effective operation and programs of our rapidly changing historic site. This position requires a special emphasis on office management, budget and financial analysis, and management of site resources. This position also serves as second in command at the site, serving as point person for the site when the Director is away from the office.
The Program Assistant supports all aspects of live programs and projects, working with the Program Director to conceive, organize, and execute the League’s lectures, exhibitions, and competitions, and may also work with the Executive Director on select special projects.
As the Design Trust's programs continue to expand, the Development Director will have the skills, experience, drive, and diplomacy necessary to identify relationships and partnerships that will enable Design Trust to increase the impact of our work and meet our $1.5 million budget (2017). S/he must share our passion about public space and our mission. S/he will report to and work closely with the Executive Director on Board relations, governance, and the implementation of the organization’s strategic plan, and also work collaboratively with the Design Trusts dedicated staff of seven. S/he has direct responsibility for supervising the Development Assistant.
The National Building Museum seeks a foundation relations manager to direct the research, identification, cultivation, solicitation, stewardship, and tracking of foundation and government donors and prospects. A crucial group of Museum stakeholders, foundation and government donors support Museum exhibitions, education programs, general operating support, and other projects. This position reports to the vice president of development and works closely with Museum exhibitions, education, and finance staffs. Specific responsibilities and functions include:
The Director of Corporate Philanthropy is responsible for generating revenue from businesses in the form of memberships, event sponsorships and special grants to support SPUR’s mission. He or she will cultivate meaningful and enduring relationships, collaborate with SPUR’s Board of Directors, and develop new opportunities to engage with current and prospective corporate donors.
The Director of Corporate Philanthropy primarily focuses on San Francisco based companies but will also work closely with SPUR’s San Jose and Oakland philanthropy managers.
Support the Education Department’s strategic plan and educational theme, Designing a Better World, by carrying out summer programming at two Trust locations and their surrounding communities: Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio in Oak Park and Frederick C. Robie House in Chicago. Assist with the development of programs through curriculum writing and the creation of supporting materials. Successfully implement on and off-site education programs and activities including but not limited to school and library workshops, summer studios, youth and family programming, and Trust events.