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The Maryland Symphony Orchestra is an equal opportunity employer. All eligible candidates will be considered without regard to race, creed, color, religious belief, sex, age, national origin, disability, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

Current openings:

Patron and Donor Engagement Manager

Position opens for applications: March 6, 2018
Position closes: April 11, 2018
Ideal start date: between April 23, 2018 and May 7, 2018

The Maryland Symphony Orchestra (MSO) seeks a Patron and Donor Engagement Manager to provide unparalleled engagement, service, and support to donors, patrons, and community partners so that these VIP individuals stay supremely connected, inspired, and motivated as champions for the MSO’s work. The individual also provides some level of general office administration and support so that the MSO presents a consistently positive image to guests when visiting our offices.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Patron and Donor Engagement Manager provides a high level of exceptional service both to donor/patron management systems and record-keeping (Patron Manager, the MSO’s in-office CRM) and to people (donors, patrons, community partners). This position is often the first –or primary – point of contact for key relationships, and as such must always exhibit a friendly, positive, customer-service oriented demeanor, be a pro-active problem solver, and anticipate needs and opportunities in service to strongly stewarding the MSO’s growing network of supporters and partners.

This is a key position on the small but growing MSO team, with ample opportunity for growth and development, led and coached by the Executive Director.

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To apply:

Please submit a brief cover letter (no longer than one page) and resume, as well as three professional references (name, phone/email, and nature of professional relationship - two of which must be individuals that have managed you directly), all in one PDF, via email to Stephen Marc Beaudoin, Executive Director, at – please save and title the PDF with your name, as Firstname_Lastname_MSO.pdf

About the Maryland Symphony Orchestra

Under the leadership of Music Director Elizabeth Schulze, the Maryland Symphony Orchestra, currently in its 34th season, is a non-profit professional orchestra serving the quad-state region.  The orchestra performs five pairs of subscription concerts; a pair of holiday concerts and a pair of Pops concerts; youth concerts; and a free outdoor Independence Day concert at nearby Antietam National Battlefield.  The orchestra also presents a wide range of educational programs in partnership with the Washington County Public Schools.