Brazos Valley (Bryan/College Station, Texas) Symphony
The Brazos Valley Symphony is a non-profit performing arts organization with the mission to maintain a symphony of high artistic standards, and to promote the musical arts for cultural and education purposes in the Brazos Valley.
With an annual budget in excess of $850,000 and an endowment over $ 1M, the orchestra typically performs each year six subscription concerts; two children’s concerts; a Holiday Brass and Choir Concert; and a three-concert, open air, chamber music Summer Series that is free to the public.
The Brazos Valley area is a unique community centered on Texas A&M University and the cities of Bryan and College Station. In recent years, the area has experienced considerable economic and population growth, along with increased cultural offerings to a highly sophisticated audience.
The Brazos Valley Symphony Society serves as the administrative body for the Orchestra and is governed by an elected Board of Directors. Members of the Society are those patrons and businesses who make annual financial contributions to the organization. The Society is an affiliate of the Arts Council of Brazos Valley, a member of the Texas Association of Symphony Orchestras, and of the League of American Orchestras.
The Society also houses a dynamic symphony guild, the Friends Association of the Symphony Orchestra (FASO) that offers financial as well as logistical support to many of the Symphony’s fundraising activities. With the assistance of the Symphony office, FASO also coordinates the two annual Children’s Concerts and the Brazos Valley Symphony Youth Concerto Competition.
The orchestra employs a full-time music director, a full-time executive director, a full-time orchestra manager, a part-time office assistant, a part-time orchestra operations employee, a part-time bookkeeper, and a part-time orchestra librarian.
Fundraising Manager Position
The Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra (BVSO), a 40-year-old regional orchestra is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the role of Fundraiser. The orchestra has been under steady, inspiring and creative musical leadership and recently appointed a new executive director to oversee the general operations of the organization.
The ideal candidate will be responsible for planning, organizing, and executing fundraising events and campaigns to support our organization’s mission. They will work closely with a team of volunteers and staff to develop fundraising strategies, identify potential donors, and cultivate donor relationships. The successful candidate will have a strong understanding of fundraising principles, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and experience with various fundraising tools and techniques. Additionally, they should be able to work well in a team-oriented environment, manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and have a passion for positively impacting the community. If you are passionate about fundraising and are looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity, we encourage you to apply today.
Our Fundraising Manager will be part of a team with our Executive Director and Communications Director in the BVSO office, and on the road to local businesses soliciting interest. We want someone who views the BVSO as essential to a diverse, dynamic, attractive academic and business community.
This position is a perfect opportunity for an individual looking for a part-time, flexible job that is challenging and rewarding.
Title: Fundraising Manager
Organization: The Brazos Valley Symphony Society 501(c)3.
Job Type: Part-Time (20-hour-a-week)
Pay Scale: $25,000 – $35,000
How to Apply
Please combine in a single PDF file the following files:
a) letter of intent describing qualifications
b) an up-to-date resume
Submit the requested material by email to email@example.com Please include in the subject line: BVSO Fundraiser