Grants Manager

Blue Bell 19422, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

KenCrest, a leading provider of services for individuals with developmental disabilities in PA, DE and CT, is looking for a Grants Manager who will help KenCrest enhance funding models, identify new sources of funding, and develop sustainable and effective grants programs.  As the Grants Manager you will secure continuous funding, improve business opportunities through effective funding programs, and execute meaningful projects. 

 

 

Essential Functions:

  • Responsible for writing and oversight of proposals to foundations, corporations, and government offices
  • Manage overall grant efforts including writing process, program staff involvement, timeline, assignments, and grant submission.
  • Optimize the grant administration process
  • Review grant proposals
  • Engage with Donor Agencies, research corporate and foundation grant and sponsorship opportunities
  • Coordinate and prioritize program needs requiring grant support 
  • Collaborate with staff on program needs
  • Collaborate with staff in acquiring all necessary documentation to include budgets for proposal preparation
  • Maintain schedules of and assist in writing stewardship reports on projects funded through grants
  • Generate reports of grants written and grants obtained
  • Work with Board of Directors in identifying potential funders
  • Maintain metrics and report progress to supervisor on regular basis
  • Assist in agency events as needed
  • Work on cross - functional teams as assigned

 

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree in related field
  • Five (5) years’ experience in grant writing and management
  • Experience in report writing

 

To Apply: Please visit us at https://kencrest.jobs.net/en-US/job/grantwriting-manager/J3V09168YW3SSNJ448G

 

Contact: Talent Acquisition Manager Safa Shakir

Phone: 610-825-9360 ext:1030

E-Mail: safa.shakir@KenCrest.org

Website: www.kencrest.org

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