National Grant & Foundation Manager | Atlanta

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

National Grant & Foundation Manager | Atlanta

Full Time | Exempt

POSITION SUMMARY (Basic purpose or primary function of job)

 

 The National Grant and Foundation Manager is responsible for all aspects of raising support from public and private foundations for both unrestricted operating revenue as well as restricted projects.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES (Principal responsibilities or job duties)

  1. Prospect Research Foundations and Grant opportunities and prioritize sufficient number and quality of prospects to achieve annual fundraising goals, develop institutional donor profiles and target appropriate ask amounts.
  1. Develop and prioritize projects and proposals: work with mission staff to elicit projects and programs that need support and/or that present opportunities for garnering new funding.
  1. Develop and foster relationships with institutional funders, and personally steward a portfolio of high-value donor relationships.
  1. Identify and arrange cultivation opportunities for donors such as meetings with Senior Leadership, participation with funded activities or projects.
  1. Write or supervise writing of all proposals, budgets, reports, and other ancillary materials.
  1. Maintain excellent records and work with designated staff to ensure each project or program is meeting proposal conditions and expectations.
  1. Guide and encourage market staff and volunteers in pursuing local grant funding opportunities by serving as an expert resource and developing a suite of standardized materials to facilitate proposal submissions.
  1. Other duties as assigned by VP Major Gifts.

 REQUIRED EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION

  1. Three to five years’ experience with grant writing and management.
  1. Proven track record in raising six and seven figure gifts from public and private foundation sources.
  1. Previous experience in non-profit fundraising preferred.
  1. Exceptional writing skills with the ability to translate organizational vision and impact into compelling cases for support is a must.
  1. Knowledge and familiarity with research techniques for fundraising prospect research.
  1. Knowledge of grant funding policies, procedures and applicable regulations.
  1. Experience with budget development and monitoring.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND TIME ALLOCATIONS

Produce and prioritize sufficient number and quality of prospects to achieve annual fundraising goals

40%

Write or supervise writing of all proposals, budgets, reports, and other ancillary materials

30%

Develop and foster relationships with institutional funders, and personally steward a portfolio of high-value donor relationships.

20%

Maintain excellent records and work with designated staff to ensure each project or program is meeting proposal conditions and expectations

10%

 

100%

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