Position Title: Manager, Grants and
Reporting To: Director of Development
Employee Classification: Non-exempt
Salary: $40,000 - $50,000
The Manager for Grants and Contracts is
responsible for writing Federal, State, Local, foundation, and
corporate grant proposals to generate revenue for agency programs
and initiatives. The position requires expertise in grant
writing, excellent communication skills, experience in needs
assessment, data analysis, and knowledge of the philanthropic
landscape of the area.
Essential Job Functions
- Maintain and complete submission for current grants
- Research and identify new funding opportunities that match
agency priorities from private and public foundation, corporate,
and government funding prospects.
- Generate revenue for agency programs and services through the
timely submission of well-researched, well-written and
well-documented grant proposals and required supporting
- Synthesize complex information into clear and concise letters
of inquiry, grant proposals, funder reports and briefing
- Develop and maintain relationships with funders; create and
execute strategies to steward relationships forward.
- Maintain strong communications with program staff and work
collaboratively to conceptualize new projects.
- Write, develop and prepare reports for government agencies and
offices of government officials, maintaining all necessary grant
and contract documentation.
- Work with program directors to develop tools and delivery
systems for program assessments.
- Create agency’s Annual Report and manage design, content
scheduling and production of periodic newsletter.
- Other projects as assigned by management.
- A four-year degree from an accredited college.
- Two years’ experience grant writing and reporting experience,
government grants/contracts a plus.
- Experience with prospect identification, research, and
- Superior communication skills both verbal and written.
- Experience working or volunteering in non-profit
- Strong interpersonal skills, the ability to building
relationships within the organization and in the community.
- Superior technology skills (MS Office, Internet, social media
platforms, database applications)
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team, setting
priorities and developing a work schedule.
- Ability to work flexible hours, as needed.
- Strict confidentiality in performing the duties will be
Physical Requirements and Working
- Usually work a standard work week.
- May be required to work evenings or weekends during special
- Will work in an office environment, thus long hours spend
sitting and using the computer and office equipment requiring
attention to detail.
- Will have to do some lifting of supplies and materials from
time to time.
- Will meet with others on a regular basis and deal with a wide
variety of people.
- There are deadlines associated with this position.
Third Street Alliance is an equal opportunity employer, and it
is our policy that employees and applicants will not be subjected
to unlawful discrimination or harassment based on race, color,
religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression,
pregnancy, age, national origin, disability status, genetic
information, protected veteran’s status or any other characteristic
protected by law.