Overview

The Special Events Manager is responsible for overseeing the development, implementation and evaluation of the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture’s Development-related events (fundraising, member/donor events), both on- and off-site.

Successful candidate must be creative, dynamic, detail oriented, tech savvy and committed to the goals of the Museum.

The Special Events Manager reports to the Director of Development and will assume a key role on the Development team, working closely with staff, volunteers, Board of Trustees, donors, outside vendors and other constituents.

This is a full-time, permanent position eligible for a comprehensive State of Washington benefit package including a choice of retirement plans, medical and dental plans, vacation and sick leave.

About The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture

The Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture (MAC) seeks to engage our audiences in the appreciation of art, history, and culture of the Inland Northwest and beyond through collection stewardship, exhibitions, and programs that enrich and inspire. Established in 1916, the MAC is the oldest cultural organization in Spokane, Washington, and serves over 100,000 visitors each year from eastern Washington, northern Idaho, western Montana and southern Alberta. The museum collections contain over 63,000 objects, including the largest known collection of Plateau tribe art and artifacts.