Employment

The Center is hiring!

Finance Manager

The Finance Manager contributes to the overall success of the organization by effectively managing all financial tasks for the organization. The Finance Manager plays a critical role in partnering with the senior leadership team in strategic decision making by effectively managing all financial tasks for the organization. The Finance manager is a hands-on and participative manager and leads and develops an internal system to support the following areas: finance, business planning and budgeting, human resources and administration.

A successful candidate will have a history of success in complex problem solving and prior successful experience and thorough knowledge understanding of common accounting reports specifically, Statement of Income & Expense, Profit and Loss statements, Balance sheets, Cash Flow Statements and how to evaluate and analyze the financial health of an organization. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree or five years’ experience with bookkeeping, accounting or related financial management or finance related degree is strongly recommended. Additionally the candidate should have a high degree of understanding with common accounting principles (GAAP) and IRS compliance along with exceptional proficiency navigating Quickbooks and/or background in other fund-based accounting software

A desire to serve the community through a not-for-profit charitable organization and an interest in the arts is helpful.

We provide our employees with a full benefits package and a competitive salary commensurate with experience.

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To apply, send letter of interest and resume to information@sunvalleycenter.org.

Position open until filled.


Development Director

Sun Valley Center for the Arts is seeking a dynamic professional fundraiser and development team leader who wants to be part of an exciting vision for growth at Idaho’s largest non-profit arts organization. This unique opportunity is for a select candidate who has a proven track record of growing contributed revenue and can lead our development efforts to new levels of success at a time when the organization is keenly focused on growing its impact in the community. The Director of Development, working closely with the CEO and the board, is The Center’s architect of a comprehensive fund raising and development plan to build relationships and resources. Proven success in non-profit fundraising is required, as is demonstrated leadership and management capability. Ties to the Wood River Valley and/or Idaho, or experience fundraising in resort community is preferred.

We provide our employees with a full benefits package and a competitive salary commensurate with experience.

Click here for a full description of the position and qualifications.

To apply, send letter of interest and resume to information@sunvalleycenter.org.

Position open until filled.