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Hopkins School

Job Title: Development Assistant

Email cover letter and resume to: employment@hopkins.edu

Responsibilities: Support the school’s fundraising, advancement services, and alumni/ae and parent engagement activities. The Development Assistant provides general support to the Chief Advancement Officer, the Director of Advancement Operations, and the Director of Leadership Giving and serves as the initial point of contact for the Advancement office. This position provides assistance with planning and coordinating events and meetings and provides secondary database management support.

Requirements: The successful candidate will possess excellent organizational and communication skills and will have the proven ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines. Computer proficiency and good working knowledge of different computer applications, including Microsoft and Google, is required. Candidates should be recognized for their flexibility and the ability to work collegially with others. Independent secondary school or higher education experience strongly preferred.

Institute Library

Job Title: P/T Program Director for the Social Justice Reader Fellowship

Send a letter of application describing your experience and interest in the position along with a recent resume postmarked by April 6, 2021 or by 5pm on that day by email to: Maryann Ott, President Board of Directors, The Institute Library, 847 Chapel Street, New Haven, CT 06510. Email: mott@newalliancefoundation.org. Please put “Social Justice Reader” in the subject line. Click here for a detailed job description. Pay is $17.50 to $20.00 per hour.

Responsibilities: The Social Justice Reader is a fellowship opportunity for New Haven high school students of African American or African descent to explore race as a social construct, racial justice, and racism from the disciplinary perspective of their choice. Working with a mentor, students will establish an area of concentration and identify a guiding question or creative endeavor; this will become the foundation of a project that will be presented publicly at the end of their fellowship.  The Program Director will work closely with the Advisory Committee, Program Mentors, Program Partners and Institute Library Staff to coordinate activities and facilitate program deadlines and benchmarks.

Requirements: Applicant should have an enthusiastic and outgoing demeanor with good writing and speaking skills. Knowledge of African American History and a strong interest in issues of race and social justice will be desirable. Being able to encourage and motivate young people as well as a facility for brainstorming and a familiarity with the New Haven community is important. 8-10 hours a week.

Neighborhood Music School

Job Title: Student Services Coordinator

Email cover letter and resume to: jobs@nmsnewhaven.org, attn: Tina Carlson. Resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

Responsibilities: Provide excellent customer service in every phone, in-person or email interaction; Assist in all aspects of student registration, billing, modifications, withdrawals and payments; Utilize school’s registration and billing systems; Act as a liaison between faculty and students to assure optimal communication; Maintain a positive outlook and work constructively and collaboratively with other members of NMS staff and faculty; Open the building to be ready for ATLAS Middle School and Preschool students and faculty; answer phones; retrieve voicemail messages, make calls on past due accounts, filing; and other office duties as assigned. For a detailed description visit: https://nmsnewhaven.org/about/jobs-and-internships/ 

New Haven Free Public Library Foundation

Job Title: P/T Development Assistant

Email cover letter and resume to: charitablegiving@nhfpl.org with “Development Assistant” in the subject line

Responsibilities: The Development Assistant supports the operations and fundraising efforts of the New Haven Free Public Library Foundation, working closely with the Director of Advancement and the Executive Director to help fulfill fundraising goals and providing key support for data management, donor stewardship, communications, and events. Maintain a clean, efficient donor database and manage constituent and gift data entry, including updating donor information, issuing donor acknowledgment letters and receipts, maintaining email lists, and logging contacts; Manage records for third-party donation platforms and reconcile incoming gifts; Provide support for fundraising events by creating or coordinating event collateral and materials, communicating with vendors and sponsors, and assisting with event planning and logistics; Assist with communications, including direct mail appeals, email communications, social media, and print collateral; Overall clerical and administrative support for Foundation projects, communications, events, and meetings.

Requirements: Must be highly organized with exceptional attention to detail, time management, and a strong sense of personal accountability; Proactive approach to problem-solving and strong, common sense-based decision making skills; Strong written and verbal communication skills; At least one year of work experience; nonprofit or development-related work a plus; Computer literacy, including proficiency with Microsoft Office; donor CRM, email marketing, and graphic design experience a plus; Ability to work independently and in a team setting with an enthusiasm for learning and willingness to take on large and small tasks. This is a part-time position – 12-15 hours per week – and the pay is $17/hour.

NXTHVN (New Haven)

Job Title: Programs Manager

Email resume, cover letter, 3 references and salary range requirements to: applications@nxthvn.com

Responsibilities: NXTHVN is seeking a Program Manager to help forward our mission and bring our newly-constructed home to life through the design and delivery of curatorial exhibitions, public programs, educational workshops, live events, community engagement initiatives, and artist projects in line with our core values. For more information click here.

Yale Schwarzman Center

Job Title: Development Officer

For more information and immediate consideration, please apply online at: http://bit.ly/YaleCareers-64518BR 

Responsibilities: The YSC development officer will engage and solicit prospective donors to Yale University for gifts in the $10,000 to $250,000 range and will play a central role collaborating with YSC staff and development officers across the university. This new role will be responsible for identifying, engaging, and cultivating relationships with recently graduated alumni, as well as parents and friends, in support of programming at the YSC, a new hub for student life and the arts at Yale.

Yale Schwarzman Center

Job Title: Exhibitions and Bookings Manager

Click here to read the complete job description and apply. Internal job No. 64822BR

Responsibilities: Yale Schwarzman Center (YSC) seeks an experienced Exhibitions and Bookings Manager. Reporting to the Deputy Director and working as a key member of a team, including but not limited to, the Associate Artistic Director, Director of Production, and Director of Marketing & Communications, the Exhibitions and Bookings Manager will lead the development, design, production, and maintenance of exhibitions and will manage the usage of all artistic spaces within the YSC building.

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