Louisiana Children's Museum

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Executive Assistant and Data Manager

The Louisiana Children’s Museum is seeking an Executive Assistant and Data Manager (EADM) who is responsible for organizing and maintaining Museum constituents. This person acts as an assistant to the CEO as needed, managing board relations and preparing materials for presentations and meetings. The EADM manages and maintains the Museum’s Raisers Edge database and acts as the point of contact for all data-related staff needs. In particular, he or she provides critical support to the Development Department by processing all gifts to the Museum, as well as generating all gift acknowledgments, pledge reminders, and mailing lists.  This position also plays an integral role in software selection and is charged with implementing organization-wide use of new data management software and procedures. Ideal candidates will have a Bachelor’s Degree and some experience with Raisers Edge.  Proficiency with Microsoft Office and general computer and technology literacy required. Candidates must demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills and be process and detail oriented. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Allison Stouse, Campaign Director, at astouse@lcm.org. 

Development Associate

The Louisiana Children’s Museum is seeking a Development Associate who is responsible for supporting the fundraising activities (managing volunteers, prospects, donors, events) associated with the final phase of the capital campaign, including the Public Campaign, supporting a subsequent endowment campaign, and the milestone events associated with opening our new facility in City Park in 2019.   The Development Associate will be supervised by the Development Director and work closely with campaign team of CEO, Project Director, Project Associate and others to identify prospects, organize activity, secure funds, maintain the momentum of the campaign by stewarding the generous donors and generating excitement around the project through the construction phase. Additionally, this staff member will work to transition campaign donors to operating donors through implementation of giving circles.  The position will also support additional efforts to raise operating capital. The ideal candidate for this position with have at least 3-5 full-time years of fundraising experience with knowledge of local philanthropic community and excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. All candidates must have working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge, InDesign, and Microsoft Office Suite. The experience and ability to track donor strategies numerically is important for this role. To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Gia Rabito, Development Director, at grabito@lcm.org.

 

We look for the following leadership qualities in all of our staff: courage, humility, a life-long love of learning, a yearning to excel and help others excel, a deep moral code, excitement about the world, a sense of humor, the ability to illustrate your visions, and a genuine interest in people.

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