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Pittsburgh Public Theater
621 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Director of Development
Pittsburgh Public Theater seeks an experienced, dynamic, and highly-organized Director of Development. The ideal candidate has broad-based development expertise that includes corporate giving, major gifts, and managing relationships with trustees and donors. He/she will have a proven ability to increase revenue through contributed income with a measurable record of success. Pittsburgh Public Theater has cultivated successful relationships with the city’s historically generous foundation community and enjoys a sterling reputation among funders and audiences. Annual income from current philanthropic contributions and special events averages approximately $3 million annually. The Director of Development is a member of a six-person senior management team. He/she reports directly to the Producing Artistic Director and is responsible for leading an experienced staff which includes a Director of Individual Giving, a Director of Foundation and Government Relations, and a Manager of Donor Relations. Necessary qualifications include 5-10 years of leadership experience in a sophisticated fundraising setting, preferably an arts-related/non-profit organization. Bachelor’s degree. Job requirements: a compelling writing style, financial tracking and reporting, the ability to engage diverse constituents, and a belief in the power of live theater.
To apply, send cover letter, resume, writing samples, and three professional references to email@example.com. No phone calls please.
Part-Time Accounts Receivable Coordinator
Pittsburgh Public Theater seeks a Part-Time Accounts Recievable Coordinator to performing daily checking and deposit of subscriptions, daily box office reports, concession, gift shop, and bar reports, parking, program advertising, and support or revenue received. Verify that deposits are accurate and made promptly. The individual will also be responsible for processing all gifts and pledges recieved and will maintain all donor files within the ticketing and donor database system, Tessitura. The individual will be responsible for preparing and maintaining all correspondence, financial records and revenue both manually and on the computer for support and revenue. Other duties include, but are not limited to, reconciling accounts, preparing journal entries, assisting with cash management, audits, and year-end reports.
Job Requirements: 1-3 years of professional office experience required. Previous accounts receivable and accounting experience a plus. Ability to efficiently operate Word and Excel required. Tessitura or ticketing experience a plus. High School diploma required, some college experience or degree a plus.
Send resume and cover letter to Catherine Bogats, Director of Finance and Administration.