MacKenzie Art Gallery

Job Title: Development Associate
Department: Development
Status: Permanent, In-Scope (CUPE 5791) position

About the MacKenzie Art Gallery:
The MacKenzie Art Gallery plays an important role in the Canadian and International art ecosystem. Programming
primarily contemporary art from the prairies, Canada and abroad, the MacKenzie addresses an encyclopedic range
of visual art and has a proud and consistent history of being an ally in exhibiting and collecting the work of
Indigenous artists, with leadership from Indigenous curators. The MacKenzie is at a crucial point in our history
where we are seeking to critically examine our own histories, failings, and opportunities as we redefine our role as a
cultural institution within our community. We are seeking a visionary leader who can bring a spirit of care,
thoughtfulness, play, experimentation, and responsibility to our artistic vision, guiding a professional team to work
collaboratively with each other, with artists, and our broader community.

Nature of Work:
Reporting to the Director of Development, and working with the CEO and other staff, the Development Associate
researches, plans, and secures philanthropic gifts to increase the Gallery’s donor base while strengthening current
donor relationships through appropriate stewardship activities. The Development Associate will develop, steward,
and fulfill corporate sponsorships. The Development Associate will build strategies for growth in membership and
will ensure fulfillment of membership benefits. The Development Associate will assist with data management and
data integrity of the Gallery’s contact management system. The Development Associate contributes to the
development and execution of strategic fundraising and stewardship plans and events by assisting with the planning
and coordination of activities with staff and volunteers. The Development Associate must be relationship driven,
resilient, and adaptable with knowledge in principles of fund raising and follow MacKenzie Art Gallery policies, guidelines,
and practices, to ensure the MacKenzie’s key messages and brand are consistently integrated in all fundraising efforts.

Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s degree or Equivalent in related field
Qualifications: Experience: A minimum of three years directly related experience in a non-profit, or similarly
complex environment.

Variable hours including evening and weekends.

Salary Information: $57,590 to $65,441

The MacKenzie Art Gallery is committed to maintaining an inclusive culture and building a diverse workforce that
includes diversity in gender identity/representation, First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples, persons with disabilities
and members of racialized communities who have traditionally been and are currently underrepresented in the
Canadian workforce. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates.

Please apply no later than Monday, December 5, 2022
Applications for this position can only by submitted via the MacKenzie’s job application portal.
Any applications submitted via email or by mail will not be considered.

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