Head of Individual Giving
The AANT is seeking a Director of Individual Giving to work closely with the Head of Development and Board of Trustees to significantly grow our successful program of support from individual donors based in the US. An experienced and sophisticated front line fundraiser, confident and adept at securing gifts ranging from $1,000 for membership to $40,000+ for major gifts and also at ease soliciting planned gifts. Proven experience of growing membership programs, identifying and soliciting major gift prospects and extensive knowledge of planned giving programs.
Applicants should be confident, authoritative and socially at ease, able to inspire and motivate current and potential high level donors. An appreciation of the arts and theatre is crucial. Flexible working hours will be considered. The Head of Individual Giving will report to the Director of Development and work closely with American and British staff, interact with the National Theatre’s London Development Team, AANT board members, and the National Theatre’s New York producing office.
Please complete the application below and email email@example.com with salary requirements, quoting “Director of Individual Giving.”
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Head of Events
The AANT is seeking a Head of Events to coordinate and curate our busy events program in the US including but not limited to NT Live public and private screenings, Annual London Theatre Trip, Fundraising Gala events, and Members nights.
Applicants should have excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as be highly organized with the ability to multitask. Attention to detail is crucial as well as the ability to remain calm under pressure and use discretion when working with high profile guests.
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AANT Development Fellowship
The AANT is seeking a part-time fellow with a strong background in arts administration and theatre. Applicants should have a specific interest in development (fundraising), including individual giving, institutional giving and events. The position is for a period of six months for a minimum of three days a week. Successful fellowship candidates will have completed an internship/s and have graduated college or have comparable work experience.
Fellows will gain valuable, hands on experience and mentorship in fundraising and transatlantic cultural organizations, working closely with British and American staff, and interacting with the National Theatre’s London Development Team, AANT Board of Directors, and the producing office NT America.
Applicants should submit their cover letter, resume and three references to email@example.com. If applicants are unable to travel to New York, Skype or telephone interviews can be arranged. If accepted, Fellows must be able to arrange their own housing and transportation in New York. Work visas cannot be arranged by the AANT for the Fellowship.