Development Coordinator

The Mountaineers Development Coordinator provides administrative, reporting, and troubleshooting support for the development team, CEO, and Board of Directors. Reporting to the Annual Giving Manager, this behind-the-scenes position plays a foundational role in achieving the organization’s annual $1.77M+ fundraising goal, with a specific focus on data integrity and donor experience.

The Development Coordinator will oversee and implement the operational processes of the development team, including donation documentation, gift acknowledgements, event registration management, prospect research, corporate matching, and reporting. As part of a dynamic, five-person development team, the position will also collaborate on donor events, donor communications, and strategic engagement. The position also supports the CEO by overseeing meeting logistics and administrative responsibilities required to manage the Board of Directors and Advisory Council.

The Mountaineers is a community of outdoor recreationists and conservationists founded in 1906 to explore the peaks and waterways of the Pacific Northwest. Today, we have more than 16,000 members and seven branches across Western Washington, where we deliver most of our outdoor education programming. Thanks to the work of generations of volunteers and our internationally-recognized publishing division, we continue to enjoy an outstanding reputation in the fields of outdoor education, recreation, and public lands conservation and advocacy.

Our dedicated volunteers and staff get people outside to experience the power of the natural world. We advocate for access to and protection of recreational lands so that future generations can enjoy these places as well. Our core value of community reflects our belief that a diverse and inclusive outdoors inspires unity, respect, and passion for the places we love. Our 60 staff, divided between our program centers and our nonprofit publishing division, Mountaineers Books, and 2,500+ volunteers work together to achieve our mission to enrich lives by helping people explore, conserve, learn about, and enjoy the lands and waters of the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Compensation: $24 - $25 per hour

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