lunes, mayo 4

LAX: JOB OPP - Dir. of Development, The Wende Museum

The Director of Development will oversee the implementation of a
comprehensive program to establish a diverse income base that will
ensure the Wende's long-term vitality and sustainability. S/he will
be responsible for execution and evaluation of strategic fund
development planning to achieve the Wende's financial goals. S/he
will have primary responsibility for funding relationships, including
research and grantsmanship, and for implementing cultivation and
stewardship strategies for all donors and all types of funding
sources. S/he will play an integral role in Board relations, plan
special events, and support programming and public relations. The
ideal candidate will have a broad fundraising background and
experience in similar non-profit settings. S/he will have a deep
interest in the Wende's mission and posses the enthusiasm needed to
build the capacity of this young yet important international

•Bachelor's degree, advanced degree preferred
•Five years or more of nonprofit fundraising experience with
increasing responsibility (experience in the SoCal region and similar
organizational settings preferred)
•Generalist background in development field and successful track
record of soliciting major gifts
•Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
•Experience with budgets and financial documents
•Can work independently and collaboratively
•Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills
•Superior computer skills
•Eastern European language skills and knowledge of subject preferred
•Reliable automobile, CA license, and insurance

This is a full-time position with occasional evening and weekend
hours required. Compensation between $55–60K and medical/dental. See
full job description at Available now,
interviews to be held in April. To apply, submit resume, cover
letter, and salary history to

The Wende Museum was founded in 2002 to ensure that a comprehensive
record of life, expression, and political developments in Eastern
Europe and the Soviet Union during the Cold War is preserved and
accessible. Located in Culver City, CA, the Wende is a research
institution at the forefront of its field, recognized as an
unparalleled resource for the vanishing cultural history of the Cold
War Eastern Bloc. The Wende actively acquires and conserves
artifacts, personal histories, and documentary materials, presents
exhibitions and programs, and promotes scholarship and education. For
more information, visit

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