For a confidential discussion about your interest in any Dunch Arts or client career opportunity, feel free to call me, Mark Heimbigner, General Manager, at (212) 877-0500.
I look forward to speaking with you!
Retained Executive Search
Director of Special Events, The Apollo Theater
New York City’s legendary Apollo Theater seeks an energetic and collaborative leader to be its next Director of Special Events. The successful candidate will have significant experience producing and managing a comprehensive, high-end special events program which currently raises nearly $4M annually. The candidate will have financial acumen, experience working successfully with corporate sponsors, and exemplary project management skills. The successful candidate will possess strong supervisory skills and demonstrated ability to manage a small team to meet budgeted revenue targets while being an effective liaison with colleagues throughout the organization. Please click here to download a comprehensive Position Guide to this opportunity.
Director of Major Gifts & Individual Giving, The Apollo Theater
New York City’s legendary Apollo Theater seeks an entrepreneurial and goal-oriented fundraising leader to be its next Director of Major Gifts & Individual Giving. The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience building and running comprehensive individual giving campaigns, including the implementation of a robust major gifts program and continued expansion of annual giving at all levels. The candidate will understand the motivations and interests of major donors in order to cultivate relationships between them and the Apollo. The successful candidate will possess highly polished social skills and be able to comfortably mix with the Apollo’s donors and cultivate a network of potential donors, as well. Please click here to download a comprehensive Position Guide to this opportunity.
Dunch Arts Opportunities
The Dunch Arts Management Fellowship
DUNCH ARTS is excited to announce we have filled our 2014 MANAGEMENT FELLOWSHIP. The DUNCH ARTS MANAGEMENT FELLOWSHIP is a competitively awarded, full-time, one-year salaried Fellowship for recent Masters Degree graduates pursuing careers as professional arts administrators. We seek talented, ambitious emerging arts leaders who are keen to put their strong academic training into practice in a fast-paced professional environment. Fellows will work across a broad range of projects in different artistic disciplines while being mentored by experienced Dunch Arts colleagues. This is an ideal opportunity for an energetic, flexible, self-starter who is eager to build her/his professional arts management skills in a stimulating work environment.
Please check back with us in the Fall of 2014 for our 2015 opportunities. We appreciate your interest!