Vice President of Development


The award-winning McCallum Theatre is seeking a Vice President of Development to join its leadership team in support of one of Southern California’s premier performing arts venues.

The VP of Development plays a highly visible role in philanthropic and donor cultivation efforts, supervising a staff of nine and engaging donors in a variety of top-level fundraising initiatives while personally soliciting significant leadership gifts.

The McCallum will provide an exceptional development professional the opportunity to lead a comprehensive resource development strategy in support of McCallum’s ongoing success. The opportunity offers a highly generous compensation and benefits package.

The McCallum is committed to diversity in all areas of their work and strongly encourages women, BIPOC candidates, and those from underserved communities to apply.

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Executive Assistant to The President and Ceo


Job Purpose and Summary: Provide administrative support services to the President & CEO and serves as liaison to the Board of Trustees.


Duties and Responsibilities


Assist the President/CEO with high-ranking administrative duties and projects as directed.


Serves as the liaison between the Board of Trustees and staff in the absence of the President/CEO, keeping the President/CEO fully informed of all issues. Coordinates all Board of Trustee correspondence, communication and scheduling,


Composes and maintains highly sensitive and confidential correspondence and documents for and on behalf of the President/CEO and Board of Trustees. Schedules appointments and meetings, participates in Theatre leadership meetings and committees at both the staff and Board levels; and records, prepares and distributes Board, committee and leadership meeting minutes. Coordinates administrative office management services.


Organizes various social functions on behalf of the President/CEO and/or the Board of Trustees and hosts visitors and dignitaries.


Minimum Experience Required: Minimum of 5+ years of administrative and supervisory experience handling highly sensitive and confidential correspondence and documents.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Knowledge of required recordkeeping for non-profit organizations with voluntary Board of Trustees.  Comfortable using computer systems and proficient using Microsoft Office Standard 2019 software. Experience working with fundraising software systems preferred.


To apply: please send email with resume to