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Assistant/Receptionist
The Naval Aviation Museum Foundation is seeking an experienced Assistant/Receptionist for the Development Department. The Development Assistant/Receptionist will provide administrative support and act as receptionist for the Foundation. The Development Assistant will also be called upon to perform other administrative duties such as greeting guests, answering a multi-line phone, typing correspondence and assisting with Foundation mail services. Additionally, the Development Assistant/Receptionist will:

  • Responsible for the input of contact information on sales leads, contacts and calls into SalesForce database as requested by the staff.
  • Create reports from contact software upon request for use by Development Team.
  • Performs research on potential leads upon request using Development Software, DonorSearch and prepares reports for use in fundraising efforts.
  • Assembles material or reports for distribution.
  • Types drafts and finished documents from a variety of sources such as written and verbal instructions which may include letters, memoranda, notices, records, reports and technical terminology.
  • Prepares PowerPoint presentations, Excel Spreadsheets and Word documents.
  • Provides support to staff as required.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Development Operations.
  • Responds to incoming calls and request, ensures that requests are promptly relayed.
  • Organizes and maintains efficient filing systems.

Requirements: Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Knowledge of DonorPerfect or similar fundraising software a plus. Excellent communication skills, both written and oral. Superior time-management and organizational skills. Flexible and able to respond to multiple demands. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of manager, clients, customers and the general public. Professional demeanor and excellent interpersonal skills. University degree and 2 – 4 years experience in non-profit foundation office with solid knowledge of related donor software. Education can be replaced with directly related experience.

Office environment, usually Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with some evenings, weekend work may be required. Interested candidates may apply by submitting their resumes to resumes@navalaviationmuseum.org.


Outdoor Food & Beverage Concessions Table Servers and Cashiers
These seasonal, part-time positions support the National Naval Aviation Museum with parking and traffic control during high-volume visitation days when U.S. Navy Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team has scheduled practices. Read More


Parking Lot Traffic Control Personnel
These seasonal, part-time positions support the National Naval Aviation Museum with parking and traffic control during high-volume visitation days when U.S. Navy Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team has scheduled practices. Read More


NAE Flight Instructor The National Flight Academy is seeking former military (Navy/Marine Corps/Air Force) pilots to serve as simulator flight instructors for their new adult program THE NAVAL AVIATOR EXPERIENCE. Primary duties are to instruct general public students flying the latest state of the art aircraft in one of 30 simulators located at the National Flight Academy. This is a part-time (as needed) opportunity of 2-4 hours per day, 1-2 days per week. To schedule an interview, please submit a letter of interest and your resume to the email address below.
ksindel@nationalflightacademy.com


Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic
The Naval Aviation Museum Foundation (NAMF), Restoration Division is interviewing for full and part time airframe and power plant mechanics. Prefer a minimum of 10 years aircraft structural and mechanical experience. Work requires, forming, repairing, conserving, preserving and manufacturing sheet metal and airframe components. Employee benefits. Send resumes to:
dkirby@navalaviationmuseum.org