Director, Council for the Arts at MIT (CAMIT) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Office of the Arts United States

Job Number: 17462
Functional Area: Resource Development / Fundraising
Department: Office of the Arts
School Area:Associate Provost for the Arts
Employment Type: Full-Time
Employment Category: Exempt
Visa Sponsorship Available: No
Schedule:

 

Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.

DIRECTOR OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS AT MIT (CAMIT)Office of the Arts, to steward the relationship between volunteer members of the organization and the various aspects of the arts at MIT and administer all of the programs funded by the council’s budget.  Will work closely with the executive director of arts initiatives, the associate provost responsible for the arts, and the CAMIT executive committee on implementing long-range planning and the strategic vision, recruiting new members, and the overall fiscal and operational activities of the council; act as a liaison between CAMIT members and students, faculty, staff, and other CAMIT members; provide timely communication of arts news, events and programs, both inside and outside of the council’s purview; create a professional and convivial atmosphere for the accomplishment of CAMIT business; and communicate CAMIT news and programs to the greater MIT community.  

A full job description is available at 
https://arts.mit.edu/opportunities/jobs

 

Job Requirements

REQUIRED:  bachelor’s degree; four years’ experience in arts administration, alumni relations, and/or resource development in higher education or similar nonprofit setting; proven leader who takes initiative; ability to work collaboratively in a complex university and alumni network in a team-based environment; administrative experience at a decision-making level; ability to maintain confidentiality; tact and diplomacy when working with a variety of constituencies (e.g., faculty, students, alumni volunteers, donors, MIT staff); ability to work in a highly collaborative and team-based environment; excellent analytical, organizational, interpersonal, and verbal and written communication skills; experience managing a budget and fund-raising; ability to manage multiple and conflicting priorities; and experience with project management of complex and high-profile fund-raising events.  Job #17462-9


5/17/19

Office of the Arts, to steward the relationship between volunteer members of the organization and the various aspects of the arts at MIT and administer all of the programs funded by the council's budget. Will work closely with the executive director of arts initiatives, the associate provost responsible for the arts, and the CAMIT executive committee on implementing long-range planning and the strategic vision, recruiting new members, and the overall fiscal and operational activities of the council; act as a liaison between CAMIT members and students, faculty, staff, and other CAMIT members; provide timely communication of arts news, events and programs, both inside and outside of the council's purview; create a professional and convivial atmosphere for the accomplishment of CAMIT business; and communicate CAMIT news and programs to the greater MIT community.


A full job description is available at https://arts.mit.edu/opportunities/jobs.


Job Requirements


REQUIRED: bachelor's degree; four years' experience in arts administration, alumni relations, and/or resource development in higher education or similar nonprofit setting; proven leader who takes initiative; ability to work collaboratively in a complex university and alumni network in a team-based environment; administrative experience at a decision-making level; ability to maintain confidentiality; tact and diplomacy when working with a variety of constituencies (e.g., faculty, students, alumni volunteers, donors, MIT staff); ability to work in a highly collaborative and team-based environment; excellent analytical, organizational, interpersonal, and verbal and written communication skills; experience managing a budget and fund-raising; ability to manage multiple and conflicting priorities; and experience with project management of complex and high-profile fund-raising events. Job #17462-9


5/17/19


MIT is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.


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