Development and Fundraising Associate
Paid, Part-Time Position
Capital City Theatre in Madison WI seeks a Development Associate to lead fundraising efforts for seasonal sponsorships (foundation and corporate) and an ongoing major gifts program including individual arts donors in Madison. Applicant will have the opportunity to cultivate new donor relationships within the arts community as well as seek new grants to broaden the donor base for this growing musical theatre company in addition to maintaining the support of long-standing investors.
The Development Associate manages the donor database system and donor communications as well as the distribution of donor benefits and works alongside the Theatre’s management team and board of directors to achieve long-term funding goals.
The ideal candidate has a minimum of two years working within a nonprofit fundraising environment and must be highly organized and detail-oriented, able to multi-task, and possess excellent communication skills. Previous grant writing and arts funding experience preferred as well as a means to connect to the large arts gifts donors in Madison. This is a work from your own location position with the ability to travel in the Madison area for donor meetings. Occasional weekend and evening work for scheduled events and meetings will be required.
Capital City Theatre is Madison’s professional regional musical theatre company, established in 2014 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with the mission to produce professional, engaging live musical theatre performances and educate aspiring and working musical theatre artists through workshops, intensives, and seminars.
Capital City Theatre strives to inspire audiences by connecting them with outstanding performers and artistic staff from the Madison area and across the country. By bringing both top talent and first-rate education to the stage, Capital City Theatre creates an experience that keeps audiences entertained, excited and coming back again and again.
If interested, please contact Artistic Director, Andrew Abrams at firstname.lastname@example.org