Grants Coordinator (Part-time)

Reports to: Grants Director/Co-Owner
Hours: 20 hours per week. May set your own schedule but must be available 12-15 hours/week between 9-5 Eastern time. Some night and weekend hours may be required on occasion.
Benefits: Flexible schedule, entirely remote work, 4 weeks paid time off (includes sick time, holiday, and vacation at your discretion)
Location: Remote (company is based in Atlanta, GA)

Resurgens Impact Consulting is a grant writing and creative advocacy production consulting firm. The Grants Coordinator provides grant writing, research, and project coordination support to nonprofit clients. You work closely with the Grants Director/Co-Owner to raise grant funds for clients who focus primarily on health, human services, advocacy, and organizing.

Duties
● Attend client calls, draft agendas, and take notes
● Maintain each client’s grant files
● Create application and reporting worksheets
● Draft, edit, finalize, and upload grant applications, reports, and other fundraising collateral
● Research and vet funding opportunities
● Develop, update, and monitor grant calendars and grant project-based timelines to ensure on-time submissions
● Advise clients on fundraising strategy, program design, and budgets to assist with developing competitive grant applications
● Advise clients on cultivation, stewardship, and other best practices pertaining to the grant life cycle
● Collaborate with a team of subcontractors that support grant writing and research
● Provide grant review and editing support

Required Qualifications and Experience
Your cover letter and resume should demonstrate that you…
● Have at least 3 years of experience as a grant professional
● Are comfortable with using Google Suite and most computer operating systems such as Sharepoint
● Are proficient with setting up and attending conference calls and web conferencing platforms
● Have excellent writing, editing, and research skills
● Have customer service experience
● Are driven by values that align with social justice and a commitment to equity and opportunity for all
● Are highly organized and proactive
● Are timely, punctual, reliable, and deadline-driven
 

Desired Qualities
Not required, but the more boxes you can check on your cover letter and resume, the better!
● Take direction well and apply feedback
● Self-directed, assertive, and confident
● Detail-oriented
● Work well under pressure
● Responsive
● Comfortable with research, especially online research
● Familiar with Foundation Center Online and Guidestar
● Understand philanthropy in Atlanta/Georgia and/or within the health, human services, and social justice spaces
● Knowledge of c3 vs. c4 fundraising
● Diplomatic
● Can take rejection with grace
● Collaborative
● Upbeat and optimistic
● Ability to juggle multiple deadlines and personalities simultaneously
 

Application Process
To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to RICopportunities@gmail.com. Selected candidates will complete a 30-minute interview. Finalists will be asked to provide a writing sample, complete a brief writing test, and submit three professional references. Finalists may also be asked to complete a 30-minute follow-up interview.


This posting will remain open until filled. We are aiming to hire and start by July 1, 2021.


We don’t want to waste your time. Questions are encouraged. Please read this posting and our website carefully and send questions to RICopportunities@gmail.com.


We strongly encourage people who are LGBTQIA+, people of color, im/migrants, people who have had interactions with the criminal justice system, and people with disabilities to apply. You can work from anywhere, but you must have (1) a U.S. bank account or the ability to accept paper checks and (2) a TIN or SSN.

The position requires frequent telephone and computer work. No lifting or travel is required. In-person meetings are optional. Accommodations will be provided as requested.

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