Requires a bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university; 5+ years of significant fund raising experience and progressive Development experience with demonstrated success in major gift fundraising, showing the ability to enhance the effectiveness of all Development programs. Must be goal oriented with ability to think and act strategically. Previous experience should include direct donor contact, successful development and implementation of individual giving programs, development of strategies to increase major gifts and enlarge donor base, and experience with volunteers and boards of directors.
Under the supervision of the Sr. Vice President of Development, the Director of Major Gifts is responsible for establishing, maintaining and managing systematic and comprehensive on-going giving programs at major gift levels to include effective identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. The focus of the position is to identify potential donors and cultivate new relationships to build capacity, as well as to deepen and steward existing relationships with a portfolio of major donors. In addition to direct relationship management, responsibilities include coordinating prospect research and tracking systems and assisting in the creation of solicitation materials and proposals meeting short and long-range funding initiatives of the Museum. This position is responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects. Additionally, this position oversees both fundraising research and fundraising events, including coordination and oversight of the Museum’s annual Gala.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED). Previous custodial experience strongly preferred. Valid Drivers License required.
Under the direction of and reporting to the Custodial and Grounds Supervisor, the Custodial/Utility Worker performs a variety of material handling, driving pick-up & delivery, and janitorial & cleaning duties within the Milwaukee Public Museum facility and off-site locations in order to maintain a clean, pleasant, and safe environment for visitors and staff. Responsible for these duties in assigned areas and collective team projects. The Milwaukee Public Museum is looking for an assertive, dependable, energetic, and customer service oriented individual that enjoys working independently as well as part of a team to fill our Full-Time, Second Shift opening. Schedule will include both weekday and weekend hours. The base pay rate is $11.18 per hour.
A High school diploma or general equivalent degree (GED) is required. One year previous security experience and basic computer skills are required.
Under the direction of, and reporting to, the Security Manager, the Officer I performs general and shift specific security duties in and around the physical facility of the Milwaukee Public Museum. An Officer I ensure the safety and well being of Museum visitors and staff, and protects and maintains the safety of the Museum’s collections and information.
The Milwaukee Public Museum is currently looking for a dependable, energetic, and customer service oriented individual to fill our part-time II (32 hrs) opening with schedules assigned to work all three shifts (1st, 2nd, & 3rd), weekends and holidays. The security officer is responsible for museum patrols, conducting tours, monitoring access, providing escorts, and working in dispatch. The base pay rate is $12.04 per hour and pro-rated benefits are offered.
Associate’s degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training/ or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Installs, operates, and maintains audio/visual, sound reproducing equipment telephony and lighting systems to support staff needs, educational and public programming, special museum fund raising events and Facility Rental events. Evaluates and recommends equipment needs, service improvements and installs equipment.
The Milwaukee Public Museum is looking for an assertive, dependable, energetic, and customer service orientated individual that enjoys working independently as well as part of a team to fill our part-time I opening. The responsibilities for this position are to install, operate, and maintain audio/visual, sound reproducing equipment, telephony, and lighting systems to support staff needs, educational & public programming, special museum fund raising events and facility rental events. Evaluates and recommends equipment needs, service improvements and installs equipment. Hours vary among day, evenings and weekend hours. The base pay rate is $12.87 per hour.