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Santa Fe Pro Musica is hiring for the following positions:
- Development Manager/Grant Writer
- Artistic Operations Manager
Please scroll down for information about each position.
Santa Fe Pro Musica: Seeking Development Manager/Grant Writer
Santa Fe Pro Musica seeks an experienced Development Professional to assist the Executive Director and Board in leading the organization’s development efforts.
This position manages the annual development calendar, which includes: managing fundraising campaigns, researching grant opportunities, helping to develop and sustain relationships with funders, writing and submitting grant requests and grant reports, and managing ongoing communications with granting agencies. Additional responsibilities include managing the donor database and donor services programs and providing support for special events. The Development Manager/Grant Writer reports to the Executive Director.
This position requires 1-4 years of successful experience in development activities, including grant agency identification and grant preparation, donor prospect management and stewardship, and annual fund and campaign organization. Also required: excellent interpersonal, organizational/time management, and computer skills, excellent verbal and written communications skills, and the ability to work with a variety of constituents, including donors, trustees, staff, and volunteers. Experience with Tessitura software is desired but not required.
The Development Manager/Grant Writer is a full time salaried position. Salary is based on experience, with medical insurance and retirement benefits for full-time employees.
Send cover letter, resume, and professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: Development Manager Application
Santa Fe Pro Musica: Seeking Artistic Operations Manager
Santa Fe Pro Musica seeks an artistic operations manager.
Join our team and work with artistic and administrative leadership to operationalize and implement Pro Musica’s outstanding concert season. Responsibilities include: negotiating and executing contracts with guest artists, orchestra, and baroque ensemble members; arranging artist housing and logistics; overseeing concert production; supporting educational, community and development outreach; serving as artist liaison.
Teamwork is essential. Evening and weekend hours are required. This position ensures that Pro Musica’s concert season runs with efficiency and professionalism, and reports to the Executive Director. A full-time, salaried position, with medical insurance and retirement benefits available. Salary is based on experience, with a starting point of $50,000.
Send cover letter, resume, and professional references to email@example.com with subject line: Artistic Operations Manager Application
ABOUT SANTA FE PRO MUSICA
Santa Fe Pro Musica is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity, and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees who represent the community we serve.
Santa Fe Pro Musica was founded in 1980 by oboist Thomas O’Connor and flutist Carol Redman. Their early ensemble, characterized as “a roving band of troubadours,” has evolved over four decades into a three-part performance platform including an Orchestra Series in the Lensic Performing Arts Center; a String Works Series presenting world-renowned string quartets in St. Francis Auditorium; and a Baroque Ensemble Series in the historic Loretto Chapel. GRAMMY nominated Pro Musica is widely recognized for performance excellence and innovative programming, presenting the traditional classical masterworks alongside exciting contemporary works.