Individual Giving Coordinator (Revised)

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $48,600
Maximum: $57,600




United States


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.


The individual giving coordinator will build on and maintain a solid, established fundraising rubric, while also bringing new ideas and entrepreneurialism to the table. An experienced and engaged fundraiser will have ample opportunity to experiment, explore new revenue lines, and set new organizational and personal fundraising goals.


Salary range is $48,600-$57,600 for a 36-hour work week (M-Th 9am-5pm, F 9am-1pm), plus a very generous health/dental/life and PTO benefits package.

Level of Language Proficiency


Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply

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Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. No phone calls or follow-up emails, please. This position will be based in Orion’s Northampton, Massachusetts, office. Orion seeks opportunities to enhance the diversity of its staff in all hires. This position is funded for six months, with the strong likelihood of continuation thereafter.