Employment

Development Assistant (full-time)

The Development Assistant updates donor files and maintains the integrity of the database. Processes daily gift entries and acknowledgements; creates reports and completes data analysis for fundraising and membership programs. Assures accuracy and timeliness of donor information and correspondence. Other duties include answering phones, greeting the public, distributing daily mail, maintaining organization’s calendar, and representing the development department at events as requested.

Some post-secondary education required; Bachelor’s degree preferred. Two or more years of related experience in membership and/or development database operations, strong organizational skills and attention to detail, and proficiency in Microsoft Office and social media.

Please submit cover letter and resume to employment@farnsworthmuseum.org or to Development Assistant, Farnsworth Art Museum, 16 Museum St., Rockland, ME  04841

Security Guard

The Farnsworth Art Museum is seeking seasonal security assistance.  Responsibilities include coverage of galleries and museum properties as well as assisting visitors with specific needs, questions, or problems.

Must be at least 18 years old, have high school diploma or GED, some law enforcement and/or security training preferred, and be in good physical condition.

Please forward inquiry to employment@farnsworthmuseum.org or fill out an application in the administrative offices on Main Street in Rockland. 

Development Director

Reporting to and working closely with the Executive Director, The Development Director is a strategic, energetic, and creative individual who will garner local, regional and national support for the Farnsworth’s mission by identifying and cultivating new donors, as well as stewarding existing relationships, while maintaining the Museum’s national profile. Utilizing excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, this individual will work closely with board and staff to significantly expand the donor base to support the Museum’s extensive cultural offerings and outreach activities each year.

Responsibilities include planning, managing, and implementing the overall fundraising strategy for the museum to achieve its operating and strategic objectives. This individual leads the development staff and development committee in solidifying a strong foundation of enthusiastic contributors and ensure increased contributed income, planned giving and foundation revenue. The position is also responsible for developing and implementing a major gifts program designed to engage and cultivate new partners while demonstrating the sensitivity necessary to successfully engage and interact with high-level donors.

Job Requirements
Qualifications include a master’s degree in a related field or the equivalent in training and work experience. A minimum of eight (8) years of demonstrated success with increasing responsibility in non-profit fundraising, preferably with a museum or university is required. A proven track record of providing creative and innovative leadership in promoting and administering dynamic and diverse fundraising strategies as well as demonstrated success managing a creative, intelligent and hard working development staff to foster a highly effective and collegial work environment is essential.

Please send cover letter and resume to employment@farnsworthmuseum.org