We strongly encourage people
of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an
equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including
non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.
The Grants Administration Manager will
manage grants through their lifecycle and liaise between program
staff and funders to ensure stewardship of HRC Foundation grants.
The successful candidate will have substantial experience managing
grants, working effectively across multiple teams and a strong
donor relations orientation. This position will be responsible for
administering the workflow of significant restricted grants in our
portfolio and will report directly to the Director of Foundation
Manage the workflow process for restricted and general
operating HRC Foundation grants to ensure compliance with
restrictions and regulations and enhance stewardship.
Oversee and ensure all annual and multi-year grants are entered
and tracked appropriately in collaboration with program staff and
Oversee grant reporting and analysis.
Document and track pertinent data from grant agreements and
manage the filing system for proposals, agreements and reports.
Regularly report out on grant status at team meetings, department
meetings and other check-ins across departments.
Create and manage a checklist of deliverables for grants with
clarity on responsibilities and deadlines, communicating
regularly with appropriate staff partners.
Develop and manage a calendar of key grant milestones,
deadlines and reports to ensure timely and impeccable
Lead in accurate data intake of grant information utilizing a
grant management system to manage key information, deadlines and
Implement and maintain grants management and donor portal
software; master and manage software to meet requirements and
ensure data integrity, including interface with general ledger
Develop, maintain, and ensure grants management procedures are
in place and consistently followed, including but not limited to
due diligence procedures, internal grant meetings, grant reporting,
award letters, grant agreements, and procedures to ensure
availability of funds.
Facilitate and/or be responsible for processing certain
high-level and sensitive grants.
Coordinate and collaborate across several departments of the
organization including Finance/Accounting, Foundation, Public
Policy & Political Affairs, General Counsel, Communications and
Support the team in providing superior customer service to
donors including donor acknowledgment on HRC communication
Manage special projects as needed.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent in work experience) is
required with at least two to four years’ work experience in grants
Demonstrated experience with grants management software such as
ROI or Salesforce preferred.
Must have the ability to handle multiple processes and
timelines while maintaining an excellence in interpersonal
Proven ability to track and manage several projects
Highly effective oral and written communicator with the ability
to adapt to a wide range of communication styles.
Critical to complete all work with a high level of
Exceptionally motivated, organized and detail-oriented; team
player with a willingness to help where required.
Ability to manage working with supervision as well as
Professionalism and a demonstrated ability to handle
confidential information is a must.
Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ+
All positions at the Human Rights
Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically.
Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation
as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
No phone calls or
emails, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we
are unable to respond to queries about application