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Current Vacancies

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Current Vacancies

Deputy Director of Development

The American Associates of the National Theatre seeks a driven, collaborative, and highly organized individual to serve as Deputy Director of Development. The Deputy Director of Development is a member of the senior leadership team and will work with the Director of Development to develop and implement a plan to expand the organization’s existing base of philanthropic support. The funding that the American Associates of the National Theatre grants to the National Theatre (up to $4 million each year) is critical to the future of the NT. The talented and driven individual who joins the AANT team will be instrumental in engaging current and new supporters in the US and encouraging them to give, in order to help deliver the NT’s powerful mission and vision. As the NT’s program of work in the US continues to grow, the AANT is committed to further developing their fundraising and are seeking a candidate with the skills, aptitude and drive to accomplish this.

Reporting to the Director of Development and working with the Board of Trustees as a critical senior front-line fundraiser, the Deputy Director of Development will foster significant growth of annual and project-specific support from individual donors, foundations and corporations based in the US. The Deputy Director of Development will partner with the Director of Development in all aspects of running the AANT.

The Deputy Director of Development will travel to London at least once a year to meet with the National Theatre team and engage with NT productions, projects, and programs.

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AANT Development Fellowship

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 from 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 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.

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