The Development Coordinator provides administrative and programmatic support for the ICA’s Development department. Key responsibilities include coordinating donor communications and appeals. This position connects with the marketing department to compose and coordinate the production of electronic and print collateral. Other duties include maintenance of important donor records and files and tracking patron data using Raiser’s Edge. Maintains shared electronic and hard copy filing systems, office and program print materials and supplies.  The Development Coordinator supports weekly prospect meetings, tracks annual expense budgets across development programs. Organizes department calendar, and travel arrangements as necessary. Assists with fundraising events. Manages Development Intern.

BA degree or equivalent experience required. A minimum of 2 years professional work in a non-profit, museum, gallery, fundraising or equivalent setting. Knowledge of and interest of contemporary art preferred. Interest in supporting a fundraising team in a fast-paced environment. Excellent organization, communication skills and attention to detail. Ability to prioritize multiple projects and to interact with a variety of ICA constituents. Ability to work with discretion regarding sensitive information. Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge and Microsoft Office. Ability to operate office equipment and general mobility throughout the building required. Full-time schedule is Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm and evenings and events as required.

How To Apply:

Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, resume and salary history to When applying, include “Development Coordinator” in subject line.


The ICA is an equal opportunity employer.

Apply by:
June 01, 2015

About this Organization:
The Institute of Contemporary Art has been at the leading edge of art in Boston for seventy years. Like its iconic building on Boston’s waterfront, the ICA offers new ways of engaging with the world around us. Our exhibitions and programs provide access to contemporary art, artists, and the creative process, inviting audiences of all ages and backgrounds to participate in the excitement of new art and ideas.