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Development Manager: Grants and Stewardship
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Deadline to Apply:
Friday, July 7, 2017, 10:00am
Write and submit grant applications to federal, private and corporate foundations for Metro Denver and Southern Front Range offices.
Builds relationships and provide consistent contact and updates with program officers and donors to cultivate ongoing stewardship.
Develop and maintain, in conjunction with Director of Development and Communication, grant application calendar for all grant requests.
Track established metrics as outlined in the annual development plan.
Research grant opportunities and update relevant data for proposals.
Perform various grant administration functions such as budget amendments, plan change, program evaluation, etc.
Ensure accurate and timely preparation of grant reports in conjunction with the Finance Department.
Thoroughly tracks relevant information in organizational database.
Prepare reports for the development and event committees as needed.
Create and maintain appropriate spreadsheets and documentation to support grant expenses in conjunction with the Finance Department.
Ongoing monitoring of grant budgets and expenditures to ensure targets are met.
Ongoing monitoring of grant program goals and monthly performance.
Work with appropriate departments to gather data for reports and ensure that proper records are maintained.
Collaborate effectively with programmatic staff to ensure clear understanding of development needs.
Communicate relevant grant information and funding opportunities with agency departments and all appropriate internal users.
Support marketing and branding efforts as needed.
Prepare written and statistical reports for various audiences.
Perform any other duties, as necessary.
BA or BS required.
Experience, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Proven track record in grant writing including but not limited to private and family foundations, local and state government grants, federal funding requests, etc.
Exceptional initiative and drive for ongoing improvement.
Strong belief in Mile High Youth Corps’ mission.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Detail oriented and able to manage and meet deadlines.
Two years of grant administration experience preferred.
Knowledge of grants and grant administration systems, processes and budgeting.
Ability to analyze and systematically compile technical and statistical information.
Preferred: Knowledgeable of the Colorado philanthropic community and relevant funding areas (e.g. youth development, environment, economic self-sufficiency, etc).
Ability to prepare reports and correspondence; comprehend and make inferences from written material; interpret federal, state, and local government laws and regulations and data.
Highly Proficient in Word and Excel and able to work within various donor database programs.
Valid driver’s license with insurable driving record
Must be able to legally work in the United States, which will be verified via the federal E-Verify program.
Pre-Employment FBI background check, which includes fingerprinting, is required.
Hours & Compensation
This is a full-time regular position with benefits. Salary is $43,000-47,000 based on experience. Medical, dental and life benefits are available on the 1st of the month after working 60 days. Some evenings and weekend hours may be required for youth corps related functions.
How to Apply:
Send Resume and Cover Letter to:
Email: email@example.com (include Development Manager: Grants and Stewardship in subject line)
Mail: Mile High Youth Corps (ATTN: Director of Development and Communications)
1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204
NO TELEPHONE INQUIRIES PLEASE
MHYC is an equal opportunity employer.