Santa Fe Pro Musica: Grant Writer/Development Manager
Santa Fe Pro Musica seeks an experienced Grant Writer/Development Manager to manage the annual grants calendar, including: researching grant opportunities, writing and submitting grants requests as assigned, writing and submitting grant reporting requirements, continuing communications with granting resources, managing fundraising campaigns and donor service programs. The Grant Writer/Development Manager reports to the Executive Director.
This position requires 1 – 4 years fundraising experience, excellent organizational/time-management skills, good computer skills, excellent verbal and written communications skills, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a variety of persons, including donors, trustees, staff and volunteers.
The Grant Writer/Development Manager is a part-time position with a path to full-time within 6 months. Compensation is negotiable.
Send cover letter, resume, and professional references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Santa Fe Pro Musica is an equal opportunity employer.
ABOUT SANTA FE PRO MUSICA
Santa Fe Pro Musica was founded 38 years ago by oboist Thomas O’Connor and flutist Carol Redman. Their early ensemble, characterized by one founding Trustee as “a roving band of troubadours,” has evolved over time into a three-part performance platform including an Orchestra Series featuring the Pro Musica Orchestra and soloists at the Lensic Performing Arts Center; a String Works Series presenting world-renowned string quartets at St. Francis Auditorium; and, a Baroque Ensemble Series featuring the Pro Musica Baroque Ensemble in the historic Loretto Chapel. Pro Musica’s GRAMMY-nominated resident orchestra is widely recognized for performance excellence and innovative programming, presenting classical masterpieces alongside exciting contemporary works.