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Development Fundraising Assistant
Full-Time with Benefits

New Hampshire PBS has an opening for a full time Development Fundraising Assistant to support the annual Auction and other fundraising events.

Position Overview
The Development Fundraising Assistant reports to the Auction Manager and provides support for the Annual Spring and Winter Auctions, coordinates volunteers, assists with membership and with other special events as needed.
General Duties and Responsibilities

  • Coordinate and assist with solicitation and promotion Auction Super Board and Granite Board donations
  • Assist Auction Manager with coordination of auctioneers, hosts, crossover talent and continuity
  • Provide materials to the marketing, production and development teams for promotion of Auction and events
  • Assist Auction Manager in maintaining positive working relationships with all departments who play a role in Auction’s success.
  • Communicate with volunteers to provide detail and information as to their roles during Auction
  • Coordination and solicitation of food and supplies for Auction Week for Volunteers.  Manage all aspects of food service.  Participate in other NHPBS activities, as assigned
  • Provide general office duties  including, but not limited to, professional courteous customer service to all constituents, compose correspondence,  tracking National Donations and  Reports, and assist with mailings including creation of  Volunteer Newsletter and Auction e-promotion
  • Supports other departments as needed, including Membership, Development and Special Events
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements

  • Excellent communication skills (internal, external & electronic) including public relations, donor relations and sales experience.
  • Ability to multitask and exceptional organizational skills
  • Computer skills including Oracle, Word, Excel & Access, html code as relates to online Auction using Auction Anything software.
  • Experience working with volunteers
  • Passion for public media, PBS and NHPBS including a belief in its mission and services

Qualified applicants who wish to apply may submit a resume and cover letter to:  Development Fundraising Assistant, New Hampshire Public Broadcasting, 268 Mast Road, Durham, NH  03824OR submit cover letter, resume and references via email to jobs@nhpbs.org.


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