Glacier Symphony Events and Volunteers Coordinator (P/T)
The Glacier Symphony seeks a dynamic, highly organized individual with great people and communication skills for the position of Events and Volunteer Coordinator. The primary duties of this part-time (32 hours/week) position are to coordinate and oversee all aspects of Glacier Symphony Special Events and to recruit and oversee Symphony Volunteers for concerts and special events.
- Coordinate all aspects of Special Events including organization and direction with vendors, venues, Symphony staff and volunteers
- Recruit, organize and oversee Volunteers for concerts and special events
- Arrange housing and transportation for guest artists and others as needed
- Assist Music Director in securing special venues for concerts and events
- Provide administrative support to the Symphony office as assigned
Skills and Qualifications
- Strong Communication and Organization Skills
- Computer Skills (MS Word, Excel, Data entry)
- Reliable transportation
- Available to work weekends and evenings during concerts and events
- Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent education/experience preferred.
Please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your interest in working with the Glacier Symphony and your qualifications for the position to firstname.lastname@example.org. No calls or in-person inquiries, please.
Glacier Symphony Development Associate
The Glacier Symphony seeks an individual with excellent communication skills and advanced technical proficiency for the position of Development Associate. The primary duties of this position are to assist and support the Executive Director in all fundraising and donor development activities of the Symphony, including managing and maintaining a donor database
- Assist Executive Director with administrative, fundraising, and donor development activities
- Manage and maintain an up to date Donor Database Program for the Symphony (Patron Manager)
- Execute all direct mail tasks related to development
- Assist with all special events production from invitations and guest management to day of event coordination and hands-on tasks
- Solicit donor gifts as directed
- Assist with submission of grant applications and grant reports
- Provide additional support to the Executive Director, i.e. research, create and distribute reports, advertisements, announcements and other communication from the Symphony
- Perform other administrative duties and tasks as assigned
Skills and Qualifications
- Bachelor’s Degree preferred
- Minimum 1-3 years’ experience in administrative support role, preferably a nonprofit organization
- Minimum 2 years’ fundraising/development experience
- Proficiency with MS Office applications (ex: Word, Excel, Power Point)
- Database management experience
- Exemplary verbal and written communication skills
- Strong interpersonal skills, diplomacy and tact
- Able to think creatively and contribute to a motivated fundraising team
- Understands Glacier Symphony organization and goals
- Able to prioritize and complete multiple projects by deadline
- Maintains donor confidentiality
- Strong sense of discretion and independent judgment
This position is part-time at 32 hours/week. The Associate’s work schedule will be set by the Executive Director and may include hours after 5:00pm or on weekends. There is some flexibility around work from home or off-site.
Please submit your resume, a cover letter outlining your interest in working with the Glacier Symphony, and your qualifications for the position to email@example.com. No calls or in-person inquiries, please.
Glacier Chorale Auditions
All musicians interested in auditioning for the Glacier Chorale should contact Chorale Conductor Micah Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an audition time.