Orange Show Center for Visionary Art seeks a Development Coordinator/Office
Manager to manage daily office routines, provide support for maintaining donor
databases and grant calendars, and facilitate donor communications and donor
financial reporting. The Development Coordinator/Office Manager will report to
the Executive Director, until any point at which a full time Director of Development
Summary of Responsibilities:
Update and maintain OSCVA
website with input from Committees, PR and Program coordinators.
Create and maintain active
social media interaction on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other appropriate
Maintain and continuously
The Houston Art Car Parade website.
Attend special events to
promote OSCVA and market to potential donors.
Coordinate opportunities to
promote OSCVA at area tradeshows and events.
Coordinate OSCVA display and
membership solicitation/merchandise at OSCVA events.
program and member stewardship.
Maintain grant calendar.
Assist in gathering
information and producing grant requests and reports.
Develop and maintain
information on donor trends and funding opportunities
Maintain Salesforce Trailblazer
donor database and ensure data in donor database is current and accurate
Coordinate mailing lists for
Art Car and OSCVA Gala, ensuring data is accurate and current
with sponsors and ticket purchasers during Art Car and OSCVA Gala
Coordinate thank you
communication with artists, volunteers, sponsors and donors for Art Car and
Maintain sponsor and in-kind
donation data in database.
Maintain volunteer and
artist information in database.
Prepare and present regular
status report of donations for OSVCA Executive Director and Board.
Prepare thank you
communications to Donors
Prepare quarterly and annual
Donor communication with IRS donation forms
Coordinate with Accounting
firm to properly record and account for donations, including IRS receipts.
Provide positive face and
disposition reflecting the OSCVA, on phone, email, and social media.
Ensure office is open and
accessible during work hours
Attend Board meetings and
committee meetings and record minutes
Coordinate with OSCVA
committee chairs and assist communication of committee activities
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and 1-2 years of
related work experience.
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities, to
communicate effectively and to problem solve.
Demonstrated ability to network effectively and work
as part of a team of staff and outside contractors.
Excellent planning and time management skills.
Ability to communicate and work effectively with board
members and donors.
Experienced in computer software systems – Word, Excel
Technically competent in social media and computer
is commensurate with experience. Competitive benefits package. The OSCVA is an
equal opportunity employer.
resume with cover letter to email@example.com
for applications is January 15, 2019.