August 24, 2014
August 24, 2014
About the Organization
The Klein Memorial Foundation (KMF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a mission to enrich, educate and entertain through arts and ideas. The historic Klein Memorial Auditorium is a 1,400 seat 1940’s Broadway style theater in the heart of Bridgeport. KMF is quickly evolving from a rental facility into a vibrant arts and cultural center with a strong emphasis on its after school and arts education programs, that will enhance the quality of life of surrounding communities, provide accessible arts education to under served students, and encourage the economic development of the neighborhood by becoming a flourishing entertainment destination.
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The Administrative Assistant will provide support to the Executive and Development Directors in all aspects of the organization, and be an integral part of a small, dedicated, and enthusiastic and staff team. The ideal candidate is energetic, able to work independently and collaboratively, efficiently handles multiple projects simultaneously, and cultivates a positive work environment. The ability to switch quickly between tasks and changing priorities is necessary, as is adaptability in working with a variety of people in a growing organization. Strong writing and organizational skills, exceptional communication skills, a willingness to learn as well as provide input, promptness, familiarity with an arts office, creative problem solving, and the flexibility to work within occasionally nontraditional circumstances are desirable qualities for this position.
This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week. Reports to the Executive Director.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities include
30K with $4800 per year health insurance contribution
Data entry, reporting, administrative writing, Microsoft Office, managing processes, organization, analyzing information, professionalism, problem solving, verbal communication, social media
We encourage any candidate approved for Connecticut’s “Step Up” program to apply. Step Up is an initiative of the CT Department of Labor and the Regional Workforce Investment Boards including the WorkPlace to promote job creation and worker opportunity for Connecticut small businesses and unemployed workers.
Director Of Development
As an integral member of a small, dedicated and enthusiastic staff team, the Director of Development will take part in creating this new position as the organization transitions into a fundraising entity. The key focus will be fundraising, grant writing, individual giving, and sponsorships. In concert with the Executive Director, responsibilities include supervising development and public affairs; developing and nurturing relationships with donors; producing communications such as the annual report, PowerPoint presentations, government relations, and general correspondences; and generating website and social media content. The ideal candidate is able to take initiative and identify which responsibilities of the broad job description are most crucial to Development, in an effort to make a part time position as effective as possible. Plans, directs, and coordinates all Development activities personally, or with the Executive Director and Board of Directors, as it relates to targeted goals in Development Plan.
This is a part-time position, average of 25 hours per week, which could grow over time. This position supervises a shared administrative staff member. Reports to the Executive Director.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities