Coordinator, Corporate Partnerships

  • Sponsorship
  • Toronto
  • Salary: $42,642.00- $53,307.00

Website Art Gallery of Ontario

Temporary Full-Time (35 hours per week; Up to 18 months)

ART + AUDIENCE + LEARNING

The AGO is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace and building teams that reflect our community. We encourage candidates who are women, BIPOC, LGBTQ2S+ and people with disabilities to apply for this new and exciting role. If you require accommodations at any point in the hiring process, please let us know and we will be happy to provide them.

Are you energized by the idea of working with a variety of global brands at Canada’s leading art museum? Would you thrive working with colleagues who are leaders in their field, from a variety of professional backgrounds? Do you believe art has the power to spark conversation, create community and change lives?

The AGO is at a critical and exciting moment of growth and change. With a professionalized Development team of around 25, the AGO raises in the range of $20 million annually for operations, special projects, art acquisitions and major campaigns and also administers works of art donations. Endowment, restricted and unrestricted funds totaling $90 million are held in The AGO Foundation, and the American Friends of the AGO receives and receipts gifts from U.S. donors. The AGO is preparing for a new major fundraising campaign including capital, endowment and works of art in support of the AGO’s 10-year vision.

The AGO is currently looking for a highly organized, proactive, and personable Development Coordinator, Corporate Partnerships to support corporate revenue generation activity within the Division. Reporting to the Manager, Corporate Partnerships, the Development Coordinator will assist with proposal and solicitation materials, coordinate the execution of sponsorship activations, events and other deliverables as contractually committed; collect materials related to partnerships for comprehensive partnership program audits and reports; coordinate sponsor related updates to website content; draft correspondence; process and track payments; prepare invoices and tracking expenses; maintain records of prospects/sponsors/ Corporate Members in the Development database and in hard copy files; prepare reports from the Development database; and coordinate committee activities.

Our ideal candidate will have the following qualifications, skills and experience:

A minimum of 2 years directly related experience, preferably in a corporate sponsorship environment
Experience in creating and executing events, marketing campaigns and promotions
Well-developed administrative, analytical, organizational, time management skills
Well-developed verbal and written communication skills
Understanding and commitment to sponsor and donor servicing
Well-developed interpersonal skills to interface with senior corporate personnel, AGO staff, trustees, donors and volunteers
Demonstrated experience in applicable computer programs and donor databases such as Raiser’s Edge and Microsoft Office.
Experience and/or knowledge of the visual arts
The AGO is at a critical and exciting moment of growth and change. As the successful candidate, you will join a positive and committed team that supports one another, values everyone’s contributions and fosters a culture of learning and mentorship. You will get to know interesting people who balance hard work with laughter, celebration and a sense of community.

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a tailored cover letter and resume via our website: https://jobs.jobvite.com/ago. We thank all applicants, but must advise that only those selected for interviews will be contacted.