One Short Street, Suite 3
NORTHAMPTON, MA 01060
A non-profit, arts-based magazine about culture and environment.
|Salary Range:||Location:|| Per Year ||NORTHAMPTON, MA
|Job Type:||Category:||Full Time||Fundraising/Development
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CFRE - Preference: Nice to have|
|Orion, a nonprofit magazine about people and nature, seeks an Individual Giving Coordinator to join our small, hard-working team. This person will play the lead role in Orion’s annual fund and will support Orion’s other fundraising activities (major gifts, grant-seeking, etc.), which together comprise 65% of Orion’s annual budget. |
The individual giving coordinator must have a strong background and proven track record in nonprofit fundraising, as well as a fluency in and general knowledge of the subjects that are important to Orion’s donors, ranging from traditional environmental conservation to environmental justice to the literary and visual arts. The individual giving coordinator must be able to work both independently and collaboratively, with the efficacy and efficiency that are necessary in a small organization. They must enjoy people and have an appetite to get to know Orion’s very smart, thoughtful, and compassionate readership.
|This position requires experience and success in nonprofit fundraising, and a wide-ranging knowledge of and familiarity with fundraising strategies and resources. Proficiency in all MS Office products for Mac is required; they will need to either have or develop proficiency in Slack, Google Docs, Dropbox, and Basecamp. Experience with InDesign, Salesforce and Wordpress are advantageous. Experience working in a CRM or development database is required. This position requires sterling interpersonal skills, both inside and outside the office, as well as exemplary written and verbal communication skills. Candidates should have a grasp of and interest in the larger environmental and cultural issues that Orion seeks to address. As a key member of Orion’s small staff, the individual giving coordinator is expected to actively help steward an institutional culture that is grounded in collaboration, openness, enthusiasm for others’ ideas, and generosity of spirit. The individual giving coordinator should personify exemplary managerial competencies such as self-observation, self-management, interpersonal awareness, attention to communication, personal credibility, empowerment of others, facilitating collaboration, and providing motivational support. |
See the full job description and application instructions at orionmagazine.org/employment.