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Posted: Friday, August 4, 2017 12:07 AM


Dancers Responding to AIDS, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, seeks a dynamic self-starter to join our team to coordinate outreach to the multiple facets of the dance community, increasing fundraising and awareness of our missions. This person will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of audience appeals with professional and student organizations, and our dance student outreach project, a national fundraising initiative for private, high school and collegiate dance programs.

Duties and Responsibilities

· Recruit and coordinate audience appeals by professional dance companies and dance schools nationwide, and dance venues and companies performing in New York City

· Manage existing and recruit new relationships with dance teachers, schools, performance venues, college dance clubs, departments and organizations to help increase fundraising efforts

· Attend dance festivals, conventions, intensives and performances when necessary to cultivate and steward relationships

· Coordinate all student events

· Develop new fundraising initiatives that engage dancers, teachers and parents

· Coordinate volunteers for events and audience appeals

· Process payments and data entry associated with student events, donations and appeals

· Manage Web content for for all DRA student events

· Work as part of a multidisciplinary team that collaborates to produce events and fundraise in a variety of ways

· Assist in events, including some physical labor

· Assist with special projects as assigned

· Participate with the entire staff in facilitating Broadway Cares’ annual audience appeals, which take place in New York City for two six-week fundraising periods


· Ability to multitask without compromising quality of work

· Exceptional attention to detail

· Excellent written communication, planning and organizational skills

· Confident public speaker with the ability to inspire listeners to action

· Understanding of and appreciation for dance, both educational and professional

· Bachelor’s degree in relevant field or equivalent work experience

· Demonstrated ability to think creatively

· Willingness to assist, support and do whatever needs to be done

· Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office

· Ability to work nights and weekends, as needed

· Flexibility, personal drive and initiative, unending curiosity and a sense of humor

· Passionate commitment to the mission of Dancers Responding to AIDS, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the people we help and the organizations we support

· Excellent interpersonal skills

· Affection for dogs

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