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Global Philanthropy Grants Management Associate

Req #: 170109897
Location: New York, NY, US
Job Category: Corporate Staff
Potential Referral Amount: 0 US Dollar (USD)
Global Philanthropy is seeking to fill the role of Grants Manager. The Grants Manager will provide support to the Grants Management team and support various grant making teams globally. S/he will work on a team of five and report to the Head of Grants Management to implement the Foundation’s grantmaking processes. The position will be based at the firm’s headquarters in New York City.

Grants Manager Position
Specific Responsibilities
• Work with the Grants Management team to manage the grant making process for Global Philanthropy’s regions including those outside the United States (EMEA, LATAM, APAC). This includes:
o Manage the Letter of Inquiry and Full Application
o Support proposal development
o Support with grant budget management and reporting (including payments)
o Draft grant agreements and manage the grant agreement process
o Manage day-to-day records in the firm’s grants database (Cybergrants)
o Work with grantees on annual reports and financials
o Help with grant materials
• Collaborate to improve Global Philanthropy’s grantmaking process and procedures
• Lead short-and-long term projects to support the Foundation’s overall grantmaking goals
• Support reporting and metrics
• Manage SharePoint site (for grant agreements) and communications to grantmaking teams
The Grants Manager position requires a minimum of 5-8 years experience in a grants management-related role. Experience in a position requiring knowledge of grantmaking rules and regulations and private or corporate foundation policy is preferred.
• Experience working with International nonprofits including Expenditure Responsibility and Equivalency Determination;
• Experience performing due diligence, reviewing financial documents, analyzing grant making risk;
• Strong understanding of IRS charitable law;
• Ability to implement grantmaking policies and processes;
• Experience and background in a similar position, and interest in the nonprofit and philanthropic sector;
• Prior knowledge of grants management software;
• Demonstrated experience working with many teams;
• Excellent written and oral communication skills;
• Strong computer skills and attention to detail;
• Demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment and initiative, to prioritize and accurately complete multiple tasks, and to work under deadlines and changing priorities;
• Experience and/or inclination to work in a team-oriented environment;
• Bachelor’s degree required
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