Title: Development Manager
Classification: Full-Time, Exempt, Hybrid
Compensation: $70,000 DOE, plus employer-paid health and dental insurance, 401K, and generous PTO (paid time off)
Reports to: Executive Director
ABOUT BOSTON COURT PASADENA
Boston Court Pasadena (BCP) is a non-profit performing arts center located in Pasadena, CA primarily dedicated to developing and producing adventurous new work, significantly re-envisioned classics, and nurturing both emerging and established artists across all art forms. BCP strives to create art that thrills, engages, moves and sustains people in order to deepen empathy, community, and provoke change. BCP is committed to being an anti-racist organization and continuing its commitment to deepening its equitable, diverse, and inclusive practices across all aspects of the institution, public-facing and internally. More information can be found at www.bostoncourtpasadena.org.
Founded in 2003 by philanthropist Z. Clark Branson and producing director Eileen T’Kaye, BCP features an intimate facility designed to bring audiences and artists closer together. The 70-seat Marjorie Branson Performance Space and the 99-seat Main Stage serve as homes for BCP’s season of daring, adventurous theatre and its richly diverse music series. BCP is also the home of an annual New Play Reading Festival, an upcoming new composer initiative, multiple community events and partnerships, as well as rotating visual art exhibits. BCP theatre productions have been seen in New York City, Boston, Houston, and Malibu, and have won countless Ovation Awards, Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards, American Theatre Wing Awards, and many others.
The Development Manager is a dynamic, creative, and organized fundraiser who is passionate about helping Boston Court Pasadena thrive and grow. This position will play a critical role in individual giving and managing day-to-day development operations. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Manager will support the executive team and the Board of Directors in their solicitation of major gifts, grants, and corporate sponsorships. Responsibilities of this position include management and growth of the annual fund, membership (shared responsibility with marketing), events, and the donor database, identifying and researching major gift and grant opportunities, and proofreading grant materials.
The ideal candidate will be a personable and dynamic self-starter with the following qualifications:
Send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Development Manager application” in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.