The Senior Fellow is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the National Constitution Center’s Coalition of Freedom Project, a three-year initiative made possible by the John Templeton Foundation with the goal of increasing awareness of the key constitutional rights set forth in the founding documents. The Senior Fellow will report directly to the CEO, and work with various departments in the NCC to assure progress in each of the many parts of this project. He or she will also act as a liaison between the NCC and the Templeton Foundation.
In addition, the Senior Fellow will, on behalf of the President and CEO, perform a variety of special projects that support the strategic plan.
The Admissions Manager oversees the daily on-site activities of the Admissions Desk and Call Center, performing duties including, but not limited to, staff supervision, reporting, scheduling, and payroll functions. Manager also serves as Systems Administrator for entire, organization-wide ticketing system.
The Admissions Associate is responsible for onsite ticket sales, membership sales and support, and answering non-telemarketing calls in a call center environment. Associate plays a significant role in providing an exceptional visitor service experience to all patrons both in person and over the phone.
The Vice President of Communications serves as a member of the Center’s senior management team and is responsible for strengthening and expanding current communication efforts, as well as strategically building a comprehensive communications program. The Vice President is responsible for overseeing the efforts of the Public Relations (PR) and Marketing staff and works closely with other departments to ensure consistent messaging.
Supervises: Director of Marketing (1)
Director of Digital Communications (1)
Manager of Public Relations (1)
Executive Writer (1)
The primary responsibility for the Stage Manager / Assistant Production Manager is to assist the Director of Theatre Programs (DTP) and the Theatre Programs Manager (TPM) with the production and operation of the Founding Freedoms Summer Play. This includes coordination with museum staff and visitors to ensure the successful interaction of theatre in the Center’s visitor experience. Duties consist of a broad range of activities with regards to the areas of: stage management, production management, house, and technical management, theatre education, and administration.
The position will serve as the stage manager for the Founding Freedoms Summer Play production requiring organization of the rehearsal process, communicating across different disciplines (e.g., among the project team, the director, designers, the actors, scholars, and NCC staff), and keeping rehearsals and performances running smoothly, including seamless management of both technical and interpersonal aspects of the production and daily operations between the theater staff and the Museum floor staff. This position is seasonal from May 4, 2015 – August 7, 2015. The general work week is Monday through Saturday. Hours vary during rehearsals and performance days between the hours of 9am and 7pm.
The Manager of Prospect Research serves as a key member of the Development Department, producing high-value, critical analysis and prospect research, using a wide range of information sources, deploying independent judgment, strategic thinking, and problem solving skills. In support of fundraising for operations and a national campaign, Manager develops and analyzes information used in the identification, involvement, solicitation, and stewardship of prospects and donors that include, but are not limited to, individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies. Due to the nature of the position, all duties are carried out in a confidential manner.
The Membership Manager has responsibility for the Center’s membership program. Manager is responsible for the recruitment of new members, both regional members that join because of the value of membership, and national visitors that join because of an affinity for the Center’s mission; as well as the renewal and stewardship of existing members.
The Visitor Experience Host plays a significant role in providing a memorable experience for all people who visit the Center. Superior customer service, which is second-to-none in Philadelphia, is provided to every visitor, every day, with every interaction. Host will receive dynamic, ongoing training to ensure that that the Center accomplishes its customer service goals.
The Manager of Foundation Giving, working in close coordination with the development team, maintains and cultivates relations, develops and submits written proposals and budget, manages grant tracking and reporting, researches and identifies new foundation prospects, maintains recognition program for foundation donors, works closely with finance team on project budgets, builds pipeline of foundation grants, and maintains proper documentation of all communications. Due to the nature of this position, all tasks are carried out in a confidential manner.
The Major Gifts Officer (MGO) is responsible for bringing in major gifts to support the Center’s activities. The MGO is a creative, outgoing, experienced individual. As a member of the development team, the MGO participates in all aspects of the gift cycle, including, but not limited to, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, while personally managing a portfolio of approximately 75 – 100 prospects. The MGO works strategically and collaboratively with Center leadership, Trustees, and volunteers, to raise funds for programmatic, endowment, and capital priorities. While this position is involved with all aspects of the Development Department, interacting across the Center, it is a front-line position, focusing on cultivation and solicitation of prospects and donors. The MGO is a motivated fundraiser who enjoys this primary role. Due to the nature of the position, all duties are carried out in a confidential manner.