As the Museum enters an exciting growth phase, with a planned capital campaign and expansion, it is searching for a Director of Finance to join its team.
The Director of Finance is a senior museum position responsible for hands-on general accounting and internal and external financial reporting and analysis. Responsibilities also include tax and cash management, development of internal controls, financial policies and procedures and overseeing all insurance policies, all while controlling costs and improving processes. The Director of Finance must be able to work well with employees at all levels within the Museum, Board members, including the Board Finance Committee and the Board Treasurer and individuals outside of the organization.
Major responsibilities include:
• Oversee all accounts, ledgers and reporting systems ensuring compliance with appropriate GAAP standards and regulatory requirements for an Organization with an operating budget of approximately $5 million.
The Museum is entering an exciting phase of its growth, with a planned capital campaign and expansion. LICM is currently searching for a Director of Development to be part of a senior, visionary team.
This position is responsible for planning, directing and overall execution of all Museum fundraising efforts with the goal of maintaining and building financial resources and sustainability. These fundraising efforts include: donor cultivation and stewardship; developing a fundraising plan, while looking forward to a capital campaign; planning, orchestrating and supporting the LICM Board and President/Executive Director in their fundraising activities; and supervision of department staff who assist in carrying out LICM fundraising activities. Annual fundraising activities include individual, corporate and foundation giving, an annual gala (Cupcakes & Cocktails), fundraising appeals and grant writing and reporting.
The ideal candidate is an energetic, innovative, passionate ...
This position serves as a vital “first impression” to enhance the visitors experience at Long Island Children’s Museum. The successful candidate must be positive, motivated and upbeat. Cashiers are responsible for welcoming visitors to the Museum, explaining program and procedures for the sale of tickets and proficient using our box office ticketing system. Excellent “people” and communication skills, experience handling cash (including opening and closing registers) and computer literacy are required.
Compensation: $12 per hour.
Work Schedule: PT position, two weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 9:30 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. Additional per diem days available or some evenings, as needed.
Long Island Children's Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer.