Thank you for your interest in employment at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Click on the job titles below to view and apply. 

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Groundskeeper Crew Chief

Facilities Department

Full time, 37.5 hours/week, Union Position

Starting Hourly Rate: $33.63 - $35.48 depending on qualifications

The Job

The Groundskeeper Crew Chief is responsible for maintaining the grounds at the Minneapolis Institute of Art including snow removal, lawn maintenance, plantings, shrubs, walks, drives and parking ramp. Also responsible for keeping equipment in good working condition. Provides work direction to grounds crew staff and coordinates all after-hours plowing needs, scheduling other staff as needed. This is a hands-on position that works along side the grounds crew staff.

In this role, you will….

· Plan and schedule all grounds maintenance, including but not limited to, seasonal plantings, trimming, application of fertilizer, insecticide and fungicide needed to keep turf and plantings at a high level of performance and appearance.

· Operate grounds equipment including, but not limited to, sweepers, mowers, snow throwers, trucks and tractors to maintain lawn, plan material, sidewalks, drives and the parking ramp.

· Remove snow and ice from sidewalks, drives, surface lots and parking ramp.

· Perform corrective and preventative maintenance on grounds equipment so that equipment is ready at all times.

· Provide work direction to grounds crew staff and assist and provide backup for the Head of Facilities.

To be successful in this role…

You enjoy working outside to present a clean and beautiful environment to our visitors. You thrive in a climate that has distinct seasons and can handle anything mother nature throws at you. You have the experience and knowledge to develop a plan for the work that needs to be done so supplies are on hand when needed and equipment is ready to go but are also able to shift if the weather doesn’t cooperate. You take pride in your work and are always looking at the grounds through the eyes of our visitors. You can handle change and shifting priorities. You’re able to provide work direction to the grounds crew staff and promote a positive, professional work environment.

Specific Requirements

· Prior grounds experience including proper lawn care and knowledge of plants and their care requirements.

· Ability to develop a seasonal plan and schedule the work required.

· Able to work in extreme weather conditions.

· Able to do preventative maintenance and repair small engines.

· Ability to stand for extended periods of time and lift up to 50 pounds.

· Working knowledge of irrigation systems.

· Able to take initiative and work independently as needed.

· Valid Driver’s License, satisfactory motor vehicle record check, and DOT license.

Mia Culture

The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is an audience-centered, equitable and inclusive workplace where everyone is welcome. Mia is Mission Driven, Generous, Agile, Emotionally Aware, and Positive, and endeavors to create a workplace culture where staff are responsible to one another, to our visitors, and to themselves to do the best work possible.

To Apply

To be considered for this position, please apply online at https://jobs-artsmia.submittable.com/submit.

Posting Deadline

Open until filled.

Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Senior Major & Planned Gifts Officer

Advancement Department

Full time, Exempt Position

Starting Salary Range: $80,000 - $90,000 depending on qualifications

The Job

Secure major gifts from individual donors, including unrestricted annual gifts, designated gifts for specific projects and programs, and planned gifts by managing a portfolio of high profile, high-capacity donors. This position is responsible for identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding donor prospects and closing major annual gifts and planned gifts. Plans, implements and evaluates a comprehensive planned giving strategy for Mia. Act as a key ambassador through personal contact with donors and prospects.

In this role, you will….

· Manage a portfolio of 75 – 100+ major and planned gift prospects to secure funding and meet annual fundraising goals for unrestricted, restricted, and planned gifts from individuals. Annual goals are typically $1 – 2 million.

· Create and execute an individual plan for each donor so individuals are retained and upgraded, with a focus on one-on-one meetings to establish and strengthen donor relationships for long term support.

· Develop, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive planned giving program that aligns with Mia’s fundraising goals.

· Work collaboratively with colleagues across departments on donor strategies and maintaining timely and accurate reports to leverage optimal fundraising opportunities.

· Produce or assist with documents, calculations, proposals, endowment agreements and other materials as needed by prospects, donors and advisors.

· Maintain an active, current body of knowledge of Mia and its mission, programs, activities, institutional needs, and fundraising priorities as well as planned giving trends and vehicles.

· Communicate and report on activities to department team and other key staff.

To be successful in this role…

You are organized, energized and have exceptional people skills. You have extensive experience in fundraising, legal, financial, or related field. You enjoy developing and maintaining professional relationships with Trustees, donors, prospects, foundations, and volunteers. You thrive in an environment with challenging annual goals.

Specific Requirements

· Bachelor’s degree or higher preferred.

· At least seven years’ experience in individual fundraising, legal, financial, or a related field.

· Direct experience in cultivation and solicitation of individual donors.

· Demonstrated success in closing six-figure annual, endowment, and planned gifts.

· Expertise in planned giving and/or tax law.

· Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.

· Ability to represent Mia’s mission with enthusiasm and professionalism to the public.

Mia Culture

The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is an audience-centered, equitable and inclusive workplace where everyone is welcome. Mia is Mission Driven, Generous, Agile, Emotionally Aware, and Positive, and endeavors to create a workplace culture where staff are responsible to one another, to our visitors, and to themselves to do the best work possible.

To Apply

To be considered for this position, please apply online at https://jobs-artsmia.submittable.com/submit.

Posting Deadline

Open until filled.

Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Mia Human Resources