Engaging. Dynamic. Fun.
As one of the world’s
renowned art museums, the MFA boasts a collection that spans nearly all
cultures and time periods—ranging from the art of ancient Egypt to French
Impressionism to Contemporary. There’s art and so much more to interest people
from all walks of life. The Museum is a lively social destination that offers
concerts, films, and lectures while also serving as an important community and
educational resource for schools and families.
Our mission is to preserve
and share our treasures with Boston and beyond while providing an engaging and
memorable experience for all our visitors. This would not be possible without
our talented staff, volunteers, donors, members, and community partners.
Our culture is built on
scholarship, collaboration, trust, and mutual respect. We embrace change and
the opportunity it brings and are committed to develop, reward, and retain our
Join us for what promises to
be an enriching, vibrant, and ever-changing experience. And, yes, a fun place
The Development Officer, Corporate Relations reports to the Manager, Corporate Relations and is a key member of the broader Institutional Relations team. Primary responsibilities include: managing the Corporate Membership Program with a goal of $1 million plus annually; cultivating, soliciting, upgrading and stewarding corporate members; building funding opportunities that may include both membership and sponsorship, especially for exhibitions; handling the day-to-day administration of the Corporate Membership Program.
35 hours/week. Mon-Fri, 9:00am-5:00pm; some evenings and weekends required for events.
Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three to five years of experience in Development or a related field such as corporate/client service or sales; strong communication skills, both written and verbal; excellent relationship management skills; goal-driven and self-motivated; a strong team player; resourceful and creative in identifying and researching potential funders; a personality and work style that thrives in a complex, fast-paced environment; solid sales skills (cold calling, presentation, persistence); special events coordination and management; solid organizational skills; detail oriented with an ability to manage multiple projects while maintaining the highest standards; ability to handle confidential information with discretion; ability to work in a large, complex environment; passion for the Museum and its mission.
How To Apply:
For consideration, please submit
your cover letter and résumé to: email@example.com.
You may also submit your materials via postal mail to: Human Resources
Department, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks diversity in its workforce.