Director of Development
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History seeks a Director of Development to lead all fundraising initiatives for the museum, a nonprofit organization. The Director of Development is directly responsible for major gifts, planned giving, grant writing and sponsorship development, corporate fundraising, and oversees the membership program, annual appeal and implementation of a major annual fund raising event.
Please view the complete Director of Development job description for more information. Interested persons should email a cover letter, current resume of experiences and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heritage Park Restoration Coodinator
The Heritage Park Restoration Coordinator is responsible for all technical aspects of museum external exhibit maintenance and restoration program activities in Heritage Park, a nine-acre outside display field where seven fixed-wing aircraft are displayed as well as other historical objects.
Please view the complete Heritage Park Restoration Coordinator job description for more information. Interested persons should email a cover letter, current resume of experiences and three references to email@example.com.
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