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Vice President & Chief Advancement Officer - Jacksonville Symphony

Executive Director - Yoga 4 Change

Volunteer & Event Manager - St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum

Major Gifts Officer - St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum

Development Coordinator - Cathedral Arts Project



Patron Systems/Database Administrator - Jacksonville Symphony

POSTED 1/19/2021

Overview
The Jacksonville Symphony seeks a part-time (20-25 hr./week) database administrator to manage the Tessitura software for the Development Department; this position may become full-time after July 1, 2021. This position reports to the Chief Advancement Officer.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITION:

The primary responsibilities include: Gift entry (daily cash receipts, pledges, etc.), Gift acknowledgments (master letters, payment installment letters, etc.), Pledge Billing. In addition, the Database Administrator will be responsible for building and mapping of Development Funds, Campaigns and Appeals; Special Event Set up and tracking; auto-billing; list extraction, and Campaign giving comparison report tracking.
The Database Administrator will also produce monthly reports and reconcile with the Finance Department, assist with the annual audit, conduct batch reconciliation and maintain development back up and paper files. This position is responsible for adding new and maintaining existing staff Tessitura users, as well as Tessitura help desk ticketing and billable hours.

DESIRED TRAITS, CHARACTERISTICS & QUALIFICATIONS
• Experience with the Tessitura software system preferred but not essential. Experience with a fundraising database system required.
• Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office.
• Ability to work across departments in a collegial manner.
• Strong communication skills.
• Ability to think creatively and analytically.
• Sense of humor.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The Jacksonville Symphony provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Compensation
The Jacksonville Symphony offers a competitive salary. This position is eligible for full benefits including medical, vision, life insurance, long-term disability, and a 403(b)-retirement plan.

Application
To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter of introduction outlining your specific experience and qualifications, and resume in PDF format to Andreea Vineyard at HR@jaxsymphony.org. No phone calls, please.

About the Jacksonville Symphony
As Music Director Courtney Lewis begins his sixth season on the conductor’s podium, the Jacksonville Symphony celebrates the 2020/21 season that promises another year of exemplary symphonic music. Each season, the Symphony reaches over 135,000 individuals through almost 100 performances in Jacoby Symphony Hall and communities throughout Florida. The Symphony is also a leader in the community for music education, serving four county school districts and over 35,000 students.

Vice President & Chief Advancement Officer - Jacksonville Symphony

POSTED 1/19/2021

Overview
The Vice President & Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) is responsible for planning, implementing, overseeing, and assessing Jacksonville Symphony's development plans in support of the organization's strategic vision and growth.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITION:

The Vice President & Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) is responsible for planning, implementing, overseeing, and assessing Jacksonville Symphony's development plans in support of the organization's strategic vision and growth. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) as a key member of the leadership team, the CAO will effectively represent the organization's development interests to constituencies, both internal and external, and will work in close collaboration with the CEO, Music Director and the Board of Trustees to achieve philanthropic goals and build a case for support.

The primary responsibility is to develop the overall strategy for the annual fund, estate planning and proposed capital campaigns, especially the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major donors. In this effort, the CAO will primarily focus on high-net-worth individuals and trustees as well as cultivating relationships with major local and national foundations.

In addition to establishing and maintaining a personal portfolio of current and prospective major donors, the CAO will manage the development team, as well as oversee the data support function within the department, including, prospect research. The CAO will succeed and lead by example in a mission-driven working environment that balances the need and relevance of programs with the efficiency of best business practices, fiscal accountability, and institutional impact.

Development responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
1. Participate with the CEO, and the Board to develop, lead, and implement Jacksonville Symphony's annual and long-term development strategies, continuing to chart the organization's course in fund development while ensuring that efforts are carried out in keeping with the organization's values, mission, vision and plans
2. Develop fund raising plan to achieve and support initiatives contained within the strategic plan
3. Oversee a $5-6M+ annual fund of individual, corporate, foundation and government funding
4. Develop and grow a balanced funding mix of donor sources and solicitation programs tailored to the needs of Jacksonville Symphony that will enable it to attract, retain and motivate donors
5. Identify, cultivate and solicit a personal portfolio of current and new funding sources and opportunities for Jacksonville Symphony including individual, foundation and corporate donors and prospects
6. Provide fundraising leadership and support to the CEO and Board members, including helping to identify their resource cultivation goals and support needs, prospecting donors, and leading or participating in asks, as appropriate
7. Support the CEO and the Board of Directors with the identification, cultivation and recruitment of prospective Board members
8. Manage a development team of at least five employees
9. Recruit, develop, coach, inspire, and motivate a strong development team
10. Provide general oversight to all of Jacksonville Symphony's development activities
11. Establish goals and metrics to evaluate the implementation of strategy and tactics, and evaluate the overall effectiveness of the development program; assess the team to ensure that the department/function is effectively structured and staffed; oversee performance measures and monitor results
12. Collaborate with the Marketing and Communications team to ensure consistent messaging and outreach strategies as they affect all development efforts
13. In collaboration with the Marketing department, execute a patron loyalty strategy that advances patron revenue by using events, communications and concert activities
14. Team with the Chief Financial Officer to assure sound fiscal operation of the development function including timely, accurate and comprehensive development of charitable contributions income and expense budgets, reporting, monitoring and implementation
15. Maintain a working knowledge of best practices and significant developments and trends in philanthropy, and adapt fundraising strategies as necessary

DESIRED TRAITS, CHARACTERISTICS & QUALIFICATIONS
16. 10-plus years’ experience with a track record of soliciting and closing six and seven figure gifts
17. Innovative, forward-thinking professional with exceptional interpersonal skills, a genuine and infectious enthusiasm for the arts and the mission of Jacksonville Symphony, and a high degree of professionalism and integrity
18. Ability to think analytically and creatively
19. Adept collaborator with a track record of working successfully across departments
20. Experience planning and leading capital campaigns
21. Knowledge of estate planning and experience securing planned gifts
22. A compelling, mature, charismatic leader with the ability to move a team forward by inspiring, mentoring and motivating people
23. A sense of humor
24. Strong communication skills, and should be able to create an environment that is conducive to open and direct communication with individuals of varying degrees of involvement with the Jacksonville Symphony
25. A resourceful, results-oriented leader with the ability to think strategically. Generate new ideas, prioritize, plan, and set goals and objectives
26. Ability to speak credibly and persuasively about Jacksonville Symphony's vision for the future
27. Bachelor’s degree required

Key Skills:
28. A proven record of success with major gift fundraising from individuals, corporations, and foundations
29. A broad-based knowledge of all functions of development
30. Experience planning and executing department budgets and evaluating the ROI of specific fundraising programs
31. Strong problem-solving skills
32. Successful experience with the creation and execution of strategic plans as they relate to the development function
33. A demonstrated ability to plan and operate strategically, to build public support, to strengthen infrastructure, to inspire staff and the Board of Directors, and to develop effective programs
34. Exceptional financial, organizational, and administrative skills
35. Experience working with Boards of Directors and a Development Committee

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The Jacksonville Symphony is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, military status, sexual orientation or any other status protected by applicable state or local law.

Compensation
Compensation, including benefits will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application
Please submit a cover letter and resume to Steven Libman, President/CEO, Jacksonville Symphony: HR@jaxsymphony.org

About the Jacksonville Symphony
Our mission is to enrich the human spirit through symphonic music.

As Music Director Courtney Lewis begins his sixth season on the conductor’s podium, the Jacksonville Symphony celebrates the 2020/21 season that promises another year of exemplary symphonic music. Each season, the Symphony reaches over 135,000 individuals through almost 100 performances in Jacoby Symphony Hall and communities throughout Florida.

The Jacksonville Symphony is one of Northeast Florida’s most important cultural institutions. Founded in 1949, the Symphony now enjoys a national reputation, regularly heard on more than 250 public radio stations across the country on Performance Today. Combined with performances aired on Jacksonville’s public radio station WJCT and the organization’s continually growing streaming program, the Symphony reaches over 60,000 individuals through these digital channels. In 2018, the orchestra was selected as one of four orchestras from across the country to participate in the 2020 SHIFT: A Festival of American Orchestras in Washington, D.C.* The Symphony’s performance home, Robert E. Jacoby Symphony Hall, is an acoustic gem and offers an intimate and acoustically superior concert experience. Each year thousands enjoy the Symphony’s performances both at Jacoby Symphony Hall in the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts and at venues located throughout the state of Florida.

The Symphony is a crucial leader in the community for music education, serving four county school districts and over 35,000 students. In addition to offering free tickets to children under the age of 18 for selected Florida Blue Masterworks concerts, and other special youth pricing, there are several programs to foster music education.

Led by Symphony Assistant Conductor Deanna Tham, the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras (JSYO) serves more than 300 talented musicians from all over Northeast Florida. The six levels of ensembles enable the JSYO to serve the needs of all musicians with individualized, ability-specific instruction. JSYO enriches orchestral instruction by guiding young musicians with quality musical instruction, improving skills and maintaining the highest standards. In June 2018, the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras embarked on its first national tour as one of only three student orchestras invited to perform in the Los Angeles International Music Festival at Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Over the years, the Jacksonville Symphony has hosted some of the most renowned artists of the music world including: Isaac Stern, Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Marilyn Horne, Luciano Pavarotti, Itzhak Perlman, Kathleen Battle, Mstislav Rostopovich, Audra McDonald, Joshua Bell, Lang Lang, Alisa Weilerstein, Branford Marsalis and Renée Fleming.

*Shift Festival cancelled due to Covid


Andreea Vineyard
(904) 354-0073
Email: avineyard@jaxsymphony.org

Executive Director - Yoga 4 Change

POSTED 12/10/2020

Role and Responsibilities

Position Overview (Please note this position will work Virtually from Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando or SoFla.)

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Yoga 4 Change including executive staff, program implementation, expansion, execution of the organization’s mission, financial oversight and implementation, and community presence. S/he/they will initially develop deep knowledge of the sector, Yoga 4 Change’s core programs, state-wide operations, current revenue and expenses, grant reporting, and business plans. The ED will oversee all programs, internal and external program evaluation, finance and administration, fundraising, grant reporting, communications, and, in partnership with the Board of Directors, will also recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the organization’s strategic goals.
 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Executive Director include all or some of the following:

1. Build and continue to implement a strong development and membership program to promote the Y4C mission and ensure financial sustainability. Continue to move the organization to the forefront of donor and prospective donors’ minds for charitable giving and investment.
2. Oversee and update the organization’s budget, continuing to diversify funding sources, while strengthening relationships with grantors, corporations, and major donors.
3. Increase Y4C’s marketing, communications and social media presence with the goal of expanding organizational support and attracting new members, collaborators, and partners.
4. Expand Y4C’s strong working relationships and partnerships within it’s regions and with new private partners to improve and enhance advocacy efforts within the state and region.

• Actively engage, support, and energize Yoga 4 Change volunteers, board members, staff, committees,
employees, contractors, volunteers, partnering organizations, and funders.
• Develop, maintain, and utilize the Board of Directors: serve as ex-officio of each committee, seek and build
board involvement with strategic direction for both ongoing local operations, as well as, long-term vision.
• Lead, coach, develop, and retain Yoga 4 Change’s high-performance senior management team.
• Ensure effective systems are maintained or put into place to track all programs, and regularly evaluate
program components to measure successes that can be effectively communicated to grantors, the board,
potential funders, and other constituents.
• Implement, oversee, and be able to report on approved yearly budget for overall organization while being
able to ensure multiple grants and/or earmarked funds are spent appropriately.
• Report on grant outcomes for various funders using the internal evaluation system, and work with the
Y4C Evaluation team as needed to accomplish outcome measures, program integrity, and community impact.
• Work with various grantors, foundations, and large donors to support programming while ensuring all
reporting requirements are met including budget, clients served, metrics achieved, etc.
• Grow local, regional, and national fundraising activities to support existing programs and regional expansion.
• Maintain, Deepen and Expand relationships with donors, grantors, corporate sponsors and funders.
• Leverage external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities in keeping with the Y4C mission.
• Deepen and refine all aspects of communications—with the goal of creating a stronger brand that can
withstand national growth without losing brand identity.
• Continue to evaluate and implement feedback to better communicate with partners, donors, grantors and
communities Yoga 4 Change works within.
• Oversee all marketing and communication plans, ensuring brand voice and brand guidelines are maintained,
giving feedback in a timely manner whenever needed.
• Design and work with Yoga 4 Change leadership to continue deepening community expansion, while creating
and cultivating national partnerships.
• Implement strategic business plan to include program and organization expansion into new markets.
• Build partnerships in new markets and/or regions, establishing relationships with funders, corporations, and n
community leaders at each regional expansion site.
• Be an external presence, publishing and communicating program results with an emphasis on the successes of
past program as a model for regional and national replication.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

The Executive Director will be thoroughly committed to Yoga 4 Change's mission and have proven leadership, coaching, and relationship management experience. Being flexible and able to step into various roles, as needed, to ensure mission integrity is essential. Demonstrable experience and specific qualifications include:
• At least 7 years of experience in charge of the organizational leadership, staff supervision and fiscal
responsibility for a relevant, membership based, nonprofit organization.
• Ability to effectively lead a regional nonprofit, and/or nationally scale a performance and outcomes-based
organization; past success working with a Board of Directors with the ability to cultivate strong relationships.
• Unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation.
• Excellence in organizational management with history of coaching staff, managing, and developing high
performance teams, setting and achieving strategic objectives, and managing a budget.
• Strong marketing, public relations, and extensive fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide
range of stakeholders and cultures.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent
interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills.
• Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people, giving staff members the space and support to create (and potentially fail) without micro-managing.
• Participate in the preparation of the annual budget and regularly monitor the organization’s financial status, including a fiduciary responsibility for all expenditures.
• Oversee the timely completion and compliance with the execution and reporting for all grant funding.
• Bachelor's degree in a related discipline; graduate degree and/or professional certification preferred.

Cultural Compatibility
The ideal Executive Director candidate will demonstrate a commitment to and passion for working with a healing, nurturing and advocacy-based nonprofit organization. They will share and support the mission, vision and values of Y4C be willing and able to adapt their personal and professional style as needed to integrate effectively as the senior executive of the organization. They will be a high-energy, positive thinking professional with a self-sustaining, individual motivation, a strong sense of purpose and a belief that they can make a difference. In addition, they will possess and demonstrate the following competencies and behaviors.

Professional Competencies
• Motivation, Passion and Commitment
Puts success of mission as primary driver above own interests; displays passion, vision and commitment; inspires dedication to the mission and performance excellence in others.
• Visionary Leadership
Displays passion and optimism; Inspires respect and trust; mobilizes others to fulfill the vision; Provides vision and inspiration to peers and subordinates.
• Business Acumen
Understands business implications of decisions; displays orientation to profitability and financial management; demonstrates knowledge of market and competition; aligns work with strategic goals.
• Strategic Thinking
Develop strategies to achieve organization goals; adapts to changing conditions; understands organization's strengths/weaknesses; analyzes market/competition; identifies external threats and opportunities.

This position provides a competitive base salary, incentive compensation, and benefits plan.

About Yoga 4 Change:

Yoga 4 Change (Y4C) is a Florida-based, 501(c)3, non-profit organization that achieves lasting, demonstrative change for veterans, individuals who are experiencing incarceration, youth, and people living with mental health conditions, through a purpose-driven yoga curriculum. Founded in 2014, the organization operates across four regions in the state of Florida. Yoga 4 Change employs a full-time staff of six, with fifty contractors, 20 volunteers and a current budget of approximately $650,000. For more information, please visit: www.y4c.org

Yoga 4 Change has selected Sterling Search & Consulting to conduct this search on their behalf. Interested individuals should send a cover letter, resume and current/most recent compensation and expectations to:

Mike Imperiale | Managing Partner
Mobile: 904 - 536 - 6666
Email: Mike@SterlingSearchJax.com

Volunteer & Event Manager - St. Augustine Lighthouse

POSTED 12/10/2020

Role and Responsibilities

The Volunteer/Events Manager (VEM) role is responsible for the recruitment, training, and coordination of volunteer activities of the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, Inc. and its partners, as well as coordination, oversight, and planning of company special events for cultivation, training, fundraising, and public relations. This position works with the Director of Interpretation and other departments to design, create, and implement volunteer programs to benefit the whole organization.
 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Volunteer & Events Coordinator include all or some of the following:
  • He or she plans will plan, implement and evaluates volunteer activities for junior, senior, corporate, and individual volunteers. Recruits volunteers and maintains a roster of all volunteers. Manages volunteer benefits and appreciation programs and schedules volunteers for various responsibilities in the organization in-line with the Museum mission, Strategic Plan, operational procedures, and Code of Ethics. Works as a collaborative member of the Museum fundraising team, supporting the Interpretation Division (ID) and Development (fundraising) functions. Works to support a Mission, Money, Market analysis for new ideas and aids the overall sustainability of the non-profit.

    The VEM is also responsible for establishing deep connections between the Museum, its non-profit mission, and the community. The VEM works to secure a sustainable future that includes increasing friendships, civic engagement, mission services, revenue, and creating long-term sustainability. It supports the organization's strategy, goals, plans. He or she will be a team player.
      Qualifications

      If you are interested please email Cheyenne Genovar at cgenovar@staugustinelighthouse.org or Martin Corlieto at mcorlieto@staugustinelighthouse.org

      Major Gifts Officer - St. Augustine Lighthouse

      Posted 12/10/2020

      Role and Responsibilities
      As Major Gifts Officer for the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum (the Museum) you will design, develop and execute the success of our major gift program in partnership with the CEO and Board of Directors.  

      Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

      The Functions and Responsibilities of the Major Gifts Officer include all or some of the following:

      • You’ll be responsible for managing and cultivating relationships with existing major donors as well as identifying new prospects. An ability to identify and understand donor interests and motivations for giving that align with the Museum’s mission is key. You will be expected to energize team members, connect current and prospective donors to the mission, and build long-term relationships. You will report to the Museum Executive Director and work with the Board of Trustees and Board Development Committee while providing ethical leadership of the development program.
      QUALIFICATIONS:
      • BS degree required. MA preferred.
      • Previous fundraising experience preferred.
      • Proven track record of fundraising success. CFRE preferred.
      • Organized and people oriented.
      • Necessary computer skills and experience with word processing and database management with a focus on accuracy.
      • Excellent presentation and written and oral communication skills.
      • Excellent planning and organizational skills.
      • Outstanding interpersonal and managerial skills are required.
      • Has the ability to work independently, manage multiple projects effectively and meet deadlines.
      • Has met previous development fundraising goals for other organizations and can demonstrate the same.
      • Team player and planner.
      • Knowledge of the local community is a plus.
      Please see our website for the full job description https://www.staugustinelighthouse.org/

      If you are interested in this position please email Cheyenne Genovar at cgenovar@staugustinelighthouse.org or Martin Corlieto at mcorlieto@staugustinelighthouse.org

      Development Coordinator - Cathedral Arts Project

      Posted 12/10/2020

      Role and Responsibilities
      The Development Coordinator is responsible for supporting the development and administrative activities of the Cathedral Arts Project under the supervision of the Vice President of Development.  

      Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

      The Functions and Responsibilities of the Development Coordinator include all or some of the following:

      • Duties include maintaining the organization’s donor database, gift recording, fundraising reporting, executing scheduled mailings, grants and contract management, and administrative tasks to include donor correspondence and maintaining administrative files.
      • Maintain the integrity of the organization’s donor database. Manage data entry and output, and
        database training. Maintain strict confidentiality of all constituent and transaction information,
        records and files.
        • Track outstanding pledges and monitor all pledge payment activity and reminders. Reconcile
        pledge, payment and other gift receipt activity with the Finance & Administration Team.
        • Maintain a working knowledge of gift management standards and IRS regulations, and ensure
        internal procedures adhere to development best practices.
        • Schedule and coordinate donor mailings. Requires the ability to run queries and perform mail
        merges.
        • Create detailed reports that facilitate the achievement and analysis of all fundraising goals.
        • Check the mail and report daily funds received. Complete daily data and gift entry, gift receipt and
        gift acknowledgement processes.
        Grants Management
        • Maintain the annual timeline of grant schedules and lead collaborative efforts necessary for timely
        submission of applications and reporting.
        • Compile materials required for grants and ensure materials are submitted according to funder
        deadlines.
        • Facilitate monthly grants meetings to review funding opportunities and schedules for applications
        and reports.
        • Attend external meetings for current and potential grant funding opportunities.
        • Ensure compliance with all funder contract requirements and maintain registrations for
        grants.gov, System for Award Managements and other similar entities as required.
        • Maintain organized grant files on the organization’s server and within the donor database.
        Administrative & Organizational Support
        • Draft and finalize donor correspondence for the Vice President of Development and manage the
        Vice President of Development’s calendar, including the coordination of meetings with donors and
        stakeholders.
        • Manage the inventory and distribution of letterhead, envelopes, folders and collateral for donor
        mailings, department meetings and presentations.
        • Collect and prepare materials for agendas and presentations for department, staff, donor and
        board meetings.
        • Attend meetings and draft minutes for department, donor and other meetings as requested.
        • Complete other department administrative tasks, including but not limited to mailings, copying,
        filing, scheduling, and expense reporting as requested.
        • Assist as needed with large meetings, major projects and special events including the annual golf
        tournament, Spring for the Arts event, annual student showcases, community gallery receptions,
        and various student and donor events as requested.
      QUALIFICATIONS:
      • Experience in donor database usage, including data entry, importing and exporting; mail merges;
        running queries and report building. Two or more years of experience with eTapestry or other
        Blackbaud software is preferred.
        • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint) to produce high quality
        reports, presentations and other documents.
        • Must pass official Level 2 background screening as outlined by Florida state law.
        Preferred Qualifications
        • A demonstrated commitment to ethics and integrity, especially as it relates to confidential
        constituent information.
        • Strong verbal, listening and written communication skills with the ability to influence at all levels.
        • Superb organizational and time management skills.
        • Dependable with a strong attention to detail and accuracy.
        • Commitment to customer service for team members and external constituents.
        • Proven ability to work effectively both independently and in a team-based environment.
        • Ability to maintain a positive ‘can do’ attitude; be proactive, flexible, problem-solve and show
        initiative with projects, planning and all activities related to this position.
        • Commitment to CAP’s vision, goals and core values.
        Compensation & Benefits
        • Position is a full-time salaried exempt role.
        • Medical, dental and vision insurance available after 30 days, with CAP covering 75% of the costs of
        individual medical insurance.
        • Opportunity to participate in the organization’s 403(b) retirement savings plan.
        • Generous paid time off, including 21 days of PTO, 24 paid holidays and a flexible, family-friendly
        schedule.
        • Paid parking in a central downtown location.
        • Tenured benefit opportunities including professional development, personal wellness credits,
        student loan and tuition savings assistance, and paid parental leave.
      The above description reflects the details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job and
      should not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be performed in the job.

      About CAP

      The Cathedral Arts Project embraces, nurtures and thrives on diversity because it benefits our organization,
      the students we serve and our community. We aim to attract, develop and retain extraordinary people and create a culture that empowers each employee to realize their full potential.
      CAP is a nationally recognized nonprofit provider of quality, comprehensive and ongoing instruction in the
      visual and performing arts for school-aged children in Duval County. The driving force behind all CAP
      programs is the belief that the arts matter – they provide essential skills, like creative thinking,
      perseverance, teamwork and self-discipline, that benefit all people in all areas of their lives. Voted one of
      the best places to work in Jacksonville, we offer a culture of creativity and collaboration right in the heart
      of downtown Jacksonville.

      The Cathedral Arts Project is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive
      consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual
      orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age or veteran status.

      To apply, submit a cover letter and resumé in confidence to hr@capkids.org.