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🔗Associate Director, Baltimore Architecture Foundation

  • Full Time
  • Baltimore, MD
  • $54-62K USD / Year
  • June 11, 2023
  • Department: Baltimore Architecture Foundation
  • Job Summary: The Associate Director will work directly under the supervision of the AIA Baltimore/BAF Executive Director and will be responsible for administering the BAF day to day operations, and execution of events and promotional endeavors.
  • How to Apply:

    Submit Resume and cover letter to Lauren Hill

    Top consideration to applicants who apply by May 22.

  • Job benefits: Health insurance, Paid time off
  • Application Email:

Website American Institute of Architects, Baltimore Chapter

This position requires an individual capable of managing multiple priorities in a gracious, precise, professional manner on a timely basis. Accuracy, attention to detail, independence, and teamwork abilities are necessary. The preferred candidate will have experience with fundraising, grant writing, and managing special events in nonprofit organizations. A desire for professional growth, interest in Baltimore’s culture and history, and the ability to solve problems in an imaginative, creative manner are assets.

Reliable transportation and the ability to set up and close down events are required. Occasional evenings and weekend hours will be required. This is an Exempt position reporting to the Executive Director and working with a collaborative professional team. The BAF Associate Director is a staff of AIA Baltimore, a 501(c)6 nonprofit association and an Equal Opportunity employer. Please submit a cover letter and resume to

Responsibilities include:


·       Work with the Executive Director and BAF board to carry out organization policies and plans that align with the organization’s strategic plan and goals.

·       Assist the Executive Director in the hiring and management of BAF personnel.

·       Manage and support volunteer BAF committees.

·       Shared office administration: answering the phone, handling mail, maintaining files, office maintenance, etc.

·       Preparation of agendas, scheduling, and correspondence for board meetings


·       Work with the BAF Executive Director and Board to develop and execute an annual resource development plan.

·       Provide administration and support to the Friends of the BAF. This includes annual sponsorship and contributions.

·       Manage BAF committees in fundraising efforts for effective programs.

·       Maintain and develop sponsorship and contributor lists. Ensures that all sponsor benefits are met as agreed upon.

·       Grant writing and administration.

·       Works with the Executive Director and Board to obtain strategic partnerships.

Program management

·       Oversee work plans and execution of BAF programs.

·       Create and maintain BAF program budgets.

·       Obtain and manage volunteers for programs.

·       Attends and provides support for BAF programs.

·       With other staff and board, identify new opportunities for public education programs for the Center for Architecture & Design


·       Oversee marketing and communication strategy of the organization and BAF programs, including the newsletter, social media, and website.

·       Work jointly with the AIA Baltimore/BAF staff on content for newsletters, social media, website, and events promotion.

·       Manage the branding of the organization and brand visibility.

Shared Responsibilities with AIA Baltimore:

The BAF Associate Director will manage joint BAF and AIA Baltimore events, including:

·       Tours with AIA Baltimore Historic Resources Committee

·       Annual Groundhog Day Party

·       BAF/Fellows Leadership Fundraising Dinner

·       Spring Lecture Series

·       City Sand (and/or other BAF events such as Chef Night)

·       Doors Open Baltimore

·       Design Excellence Awards Celebration

·       Baltimore Architecture Month events

In conjunction with other AIA Baltimore/BAF staff, Associate Director will coordinate input for public programs and initiatives related to:

·       Dead Architects Society research and publications

·       FAR/Kids in Design outreach and development of new K-12 education programs

Shared staff responsibilities:

·       Provide outstanding service to members of all organizations and visitors of the Center for Architecture and Design.

·       Answer basic questions about the benefits and value of membership and services of the organizations.

·       Promote a positive culture of mutual respect and collaboration among staff and other organizations at the Center.

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