• Individual Giving Manager

    Posted: 01/02/2022

    The New Haven Symphony Orchestra (NHSO) is seeking an Individual Giving Manager to join our development team. Successful candidates will be passionate about the New Haven Community; possess excellent verbal and written communication skills; be organized and detail oriented; and excel at both independent and group work. 3-5 years of experience is preferred. Familiarity with the CRM Bloomerang is a plus; the Symphony will offer training. We encourage diverse and non-traditional applicants and facility in a second language is given strong consideration. A positive attitude and collaborative spirit are highly valued.


    The Individual Giving Manager reports to the Development Director and is responsible for the following:

    · Individual Gift Solicitations and Management

    · Donor Stewardship and Benefits Management

    · Online Campaign Management

    · Grant and Sponsorship Support

    · Special Events Coordination

    · Other development tasks as needed


    This position is full-time with the flexibility to telecommute. Evening and weekend hours are sometimes required to attend concerts. Salary is commensurate with experience and benefits include health insurance, generous paid time off, and a flexible, family-friendly work environment. Dental, vision, and retirement plan options are available.


    Prospective candidates are encouraged to send a cover letter, resume, and three references to Charity Clark, Director of Development at donors@NewHavenSymphony.org.


    About the Symphony

    The New Haven Symphony Orchestra enriches Connecticut’s cultural landscape through exceptional performances and education programs that are accessible to residents from all walks of life. Innovative programming offered statewide inspires deeper audience engagement and meaningful artistic and educational collaborations which increase the reach and impact of the Symphony. Authentic commitments to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access move the NHSO to provide representation that reflects the richly diverse communities we serve in all areas of Symphony leadership.


    The Symphony regularly reaches over 40,000 residents from 120 Connecticut towns, including 20,000 children.