St. Vincent de Paul of Georgia (SVdP) seeks a talented grant writer and fundraising professional for the position of Grants Manager to manage and significantly grow SVdP’s grants portfolio and revenue. The Grants Manager will manage and coordinate the process of research, cultivation, writing, and submission of federal, state, and local government grants as well as foundation and corporate grants. This individual will lead all aspects of developing successful grant proposals and contracts and coordinate input across the organization as needed.
This is a fantastic opportunity to exponentially grow the organization and revenues, and make a huge impact on St. Vincent de Paul of Georgia’s new facilities, exciting new strategic initiatives and long-term sustainability.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Develop and write compelling grant proposals for all local, state and federal government grants and foundation, corporate and United Way grants as well as others as assigned
Fully fund SVdP’s annual operating budget each fiscal year meeting all revenue goals for public, foundation, corporate, United Way and other grant categories
Develop a balanced and sustainable grants portfolio that focuses on large, multi-year grants from regional and national foundations and large, renewable public funding grants and contracts
Identify new grant funding opportunities to support implementation of SVdP’s strategic plan including an expanded state-wide growth, systems-level projects and programs and new initiatives, including a community pharmacy
Conduct prospect research to identify new public and private sector grant opportunities aligned with SVdP programs and priorities
Contact funding prospects as appropriate to determine priorities, guidelines, eligibility, and other requirements
Manage SVdP’s grants portfolio, including writing proposals and reports, serving as POC, managing relationships with grant officers and preparing for audits and site visits
Plan a pipeline of proposals, report monthly on the status of grants, research prospects for the calendar, and monitor deadlines, ensuring impacted staff members are informed of key deadlines and deliverables in advance
Ensure that deadlines are met and that proposals and reports are of the highest quality
Write and submit grant reports to current and past funders and SVdP leadership
Work collaboratively with program, communications, finance, and other development staff to develop grant proposals and reports
Communicate to all relevant staff, the grant awards, including the amounts, final budgets, expected
Assure SVdP Georgia and its mission, programs, products, services and brand are consistently presented in a strong, positive image
Attend funder meetings including technical assistance meetings and conference calls, training sessions, local government hearings and other appropriate meetings
Prepare presentations and other information for grant funder site visits, grant monitoring and audits
Utilize internal grant tracking reports and calendars to ensure annual revenue goals are met, as well as timely submission of proposals
Very competitive salary commensurate with experience and background plus benefits including health insurance and 401K retirement plan, great work environment, hours and team.
This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position. Incumbents will follow any other instructions and perform other related duties as may be required by their supervisor. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
Minimum 3 years experience in non-profit GRANT WRITING with DEMONSTRATED SUCCESS securing public, foundation and corporate grant funding, preferably with social services agencies.
Bachelor’s degree in related field required
Knowledge of foundations, corporations and public agencies that fund in Georgia, particularly in the metropolitan Atlanta area
Strong written and editing skills with exceptional attention to detail
Excellent organization and time management skills and ability to prioritize and meet deadlines
Ability to analyze and systematically compile technical and statistical information and to prepare reports and correspondence; comprehend and make inferences from written material; interpret federal, state, and local government laws and regulations regarding grant contracts
Compelling presentation and oral communication skills
Exceptional research, analytical, and organizational skills
Effective collaborator with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team
High degree of proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point
Additional Salary Information: Very competitive salary commensurate with experience and background plus benefits including health insurance and 401K retirement plan, great work environment, hours and team.
About St. Vincent de Paul of Georgia
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL OF GEORGIA
Respecting the dignity of each person, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia brings hope and help to those in need so they may achieve stability and move toward self-sufficiency.