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Mystic Museum of Art, Director of Finance
The Director of Finance manages financial operations, accounting, human resources, and insurance for Mystic Museum of Art (MMoA). The Director of Finance is also responsible for contracts including parking lot right of way and parking leases. The Director of Finance is one of two senior staff positions that report directly to the Executive Director. He/she maintains working relationships with all employees, serves as a non-voting member of the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors, and provides the financial information needed by the Treasurer for Board reports. The Director of Finance fills a highly responsible role that requires professional skills, a strong work ethic, and unqualified integrity. This is a full-time exempt position. The incumbent is retiring.
Detailed Duties and Requirements – HERE
Mystic Museum of Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To apply, please email cover letter and resume, with subject line: Director of Finance email@example.com For further information: 860.536.7601, ext 201
Mystic Museum of Art, Director of Advancement
Purpose: The Director of Advancement is a new position that provides senior leadership for the fundraising, marketing, and public relations functions of Mystic Museum of Art (MMoA).
• Leadership in planning and executing a well-developed and articulated plan for growth in fundraising, marketing and public relations.
• Supervision of fundraising, marketing, public relations, and space rental functions, that make optimal use of MMoA human and financial resources.
• Effective and consistent communication with internal and external constituencies.
• One of two senior staff positions that report directly to the Executive Director and may serve as interim Director in her absence.
• Supervision of Special Events/Space Rental Manager, and the fundraising support functions of Visitor Services Manager (database management, social media program, administrative support).
• Liaison with marketing consultant.
• Staff leadership for Advancement and special event committees (e.g. annual gala) of the Board of Directors.
• MMoA representative developing relationships with media, civic, trade, and commercial entities.
Detailed Duties, Responsibilities and Qualifications – HERE
This is a full-time exempt position. Mystic Museum of Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For further information: 860.536.7601, ext. 201. To apply, email cover letter and resume, with subject line: Director of Advancement firstname.lastname@example.org
Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Waterford
Artistic Associate • now hiring!
Reports to Associate Producer and Literary Manager
The Artistic Associate is responsible for day-to-day operational, artistic, and administrative support for the Artistic Department, which includes the Literary and Producing Offices. The Associate reports to both the Associate Producer and Literary Manager. This position will be one of the first contact points for hundreds of professional artists engaging with the O’Neill and is a pivotal liaison between artist and institution. More….. https://www.theoneill.org/work-with-us
Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Waterford
Executive Assistant • now hiring!
The Executive Assistant (EA) reports directly to the Executive Director (ED) and is responsible for the management of all day-to-day operations of the Executive Office and providing overall administrative assistance to the Executive Director. The EA will also serve as a link between the Executive Director and the O’Neill staff, members of the general public, faculty, students, donors, corporate partners and theatre patrons. More….https://www.theoneill.org/work-with-us
The Light House (New London)
With a mission to educate and prepare individuals for life, The Light House is a non-profit located in Southeastern Connecticut specializing in disabilities services and support. Joining The Light House means joining a team of staff that continually searches for creative and alternative methods towards the common goal of success for each individual that we work with. The Light House offers opportunities for ongoing training, hands on experience, and collaboration that makes our organization a vibrant and engaging place to work. The Light House seeks a self-directed and positive team member to take on our dynamic Marketing and Development Coordinator position.
This is a full-time (40 hours per week) salaried position. Flexibility is necessary, as the workflow and schedule can fluctuate. The Marketing and Development Coordinator will report directly to the Executive Director.
For full job description and to apply: https://www.indeed.com/job/marketing-and-development-coordinator-1d760ed57306e551