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Executive Director
Virginia Avenue Project

Santa Monica

The Virginia Avenue Project is a nationally recognized arts mentoring program that provides long-term arts and academic enrichment programs for children between the ages of 7-18. The Project serves over 150 kids each year at multiple sites in Santa Monica and west Los Angeles.

Leadership ability · Experience in fundraising, knowledge of fundraising trends, and the fundraising community. The ability to develop persuasive and comprehensive funding proposals · Experience in generating and managing a budget · The ability to work well with a Board of Directors and various Board and Volunteer committees · Excellent interpersonal skills dealing with a diverse range of people · Experience dealing with a large volunteer network · Experience in Arts Education and/or working with young people · Proficiency in using computers, software and financial/mailing list programs · Strong analytical and organizational skills · The ability and desire to work in a collaborative, creative, fast-paced, non-corporate work environment

An undergraduate degree is required and advanced degree is preferred. Please submit a resume, salary history and cover letter that addresses the following: 1. Describe how the work of Executive Director will be meaningful to you and your life purpose. 2. In your past professional roles, how have you demonstrated the ability to build and develop support and resources from diverse constituents to be most effective?



Contact:
Email:virginiaavenueproject@gmail.com
Phone:
Addressee:Virginia Avenue Project, Attention: Search
Address: 3000 Olympic Blvd. Santa Monica, CA
Website:

Deadline: 03-03-2008


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