Reports to – Managing Director FSLA Status – Exempt Salaried
Hours – Regular, Full Time, 40 hours per week
The Annual Fund Manager is a key member of the Development team, and is responsible for the management of the annual fund program and corporate sponsors to achieve Artists Rep’s fundraising goals, support growth strategy, and maximize donor engagement.
The Annual Fund Manager will steward and cultivate Artists Rep’s individual donors, along with developing relationships with corporate partners. The role requires organization, creativity, and the ability to work both independently and to collaborate as part of a team.
A secondary role of the Annual Fund Manager is to support ART’s events in partnership with other team members. Events include First Reads, Cast Suppers and Director’s Dinners associated with each production, the annual Donor Appreciation Party, and the annual Fundraising Gala. Additional events include specific donor cultivation events that are associated with subscription sales.
Note: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as directed to meet the ongoing needs of ART.
Please submit the following:
Submissions should be emailed to email@example.com with ANNUAL FUND MANAGER SEARCH in the subject line. No phone calls, please.
Artists Repertory Theatre is committed to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace. The position will remain open until a diverse list of qualified candidates has been assembled.
Artists Repertory Theatre does not discriminate in its hiring and employment practices against any applicant because of race, color, creed, age, national origin, religion, political affiliation, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identification, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.
Artists Repertory Theatre’s mission is to produce intimate, provocative theatre and provide a home for artists and audiences to take creative risks. Artists Rep is Portland’s premiere mid-size regional theatre company, and is led by Artistic Director Dámaso Rodríguez and Managing Director J.S. May. Founded in 1982, Artists Repertory Theatre is the longest-running professional theatre company in Portland. Artists Rep became the 72nd member of the League of Resident Theatres (LORT) in 2016 and is an Associate Member of the National New Play Network (NNPN).
Artists Rep’s 2019/20 season of ART on Tour can be found here.
Artists Rep has become a significant presence in American regional theatre with a legacy of world, national, and regional premieres of provocative new work with the highest standards of
stagecraft. The organization is committed to local artists and features a company of Resident Artists, professionals of varied theatre disciplines, who are a driving force behind Artists Rep’s creative output and identity.
RESIDENT ARTISTS – Artists Rep productions feature the work of a core group of multidisciplinary theatre professionals. Hailing from around the country, our Resident Artists are nationally-renowned and award-winning actors, directors, writers, designers, and educators who have chosen to make Portland and Artists Rep their artistic home. Working together and independently, they create inventive and theatrically rich experiences for our audiences while playing a major role in defining Portland’s cultural landscape.
TABLE|ROOM|STAGE – Established in 2015, Table|Room|Stage (T|R|S) is Artists Rep’s new play program that offers development opportunities for local and national playwrights, and ensures that underrepresented voices are heard on stage. This program strives to make a meaningful impact on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the theatre field by mandating opportunities for women writers and writers of color, and cultivating the next generation of theatre-goers. Artists Rep is committed to bringing the exciting work of women, transgender, non-binary writers, and writers of color to its stages with this program. Artists Rep’s first completed T|R|S commission was The Talented Ones, by Yussef El Guindi (2017), followed by The Thanksgiving Play, by Larissa FastHorse (Sicangu Lakota), which premiered at Artists Rep in April 2018. T|R|S commission Wolf Play by Hansol Jung premiered in March, 2019, and Artists Rep’s upcoming 2019/20 season will include T|R|S commission Looking for Tiger Lily by Anthony Hudson in May, 2020. Current playwright commissions include: Linda Alper, Larissa FastHorse, Hansol Jung, Dael Orlandersmith, Steve Rathje, Andrea Stolowitz, and Anthony Hudson, with other developing work with playwright Susannah Mars. To learn more about all the projects, playwrights, and programs of T|R|S, visit here.
ARTSHUB – Artists Rep is also home to the ArtsHub, where a diverse range of artists and arts organizations find a home and thrive with access to affordable administrative, performance, and rehearsal space, as well as myriad support services. The ArtsHub serves as a community arts center, where performance venues and lobbies buzz with creative energy and Portland’s
arts-loving audiences gather. Over the past year, Artists Rep hosted 324 rehearsals and more than 600 performances, events, and other happenings by 51 groups. To learn about the arts organizations of Artists Rep’s ArtsHub visit here.
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