Development Administrative Assistant
Job Type: Arts and Culture
Organization: San Antonio Museum of Art
Application Closing Date: 9/23/2013
San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) seeks an experienced professional to provide administrative support to the Director of Development, and assist the Development Department’s efforts in overall museum fundraising goals.
Qualifications include at least two years administrative assistant experience in a professional setting, preferably for a non-profit, a museum, or other arts and cultural organizations. Ideal candidate must have excellent written and oral communication skills, and must be highly organized and detail oriented. Strong administrative skills and the ability to effectively meet deadlines in a fast paced, multitasking environment are required. Ideal candidate should have advanced working knowledge of all Microsoft Office software applications; experience in fundraising or donor software programs preferred. College degree and bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.
Interested applicants may email cover letters and resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
San Antonio Museum of Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Location: 200 West Jones Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78215
Web Site URL:https://www.samuseum.org/
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