Indianapolis, IN

Development Grant Coordinator

Responsibilities:

  • Conducts prospect research - exploration, qualification, relationship, and closing

  • Spearheads all aspects of the grant writing process, including coordination with other TMF departments on outcome measurements; compilation and final grant reports; and stewardship of grantors to solidify future partnerships

  • Gathers required data to ensure that metrics are met and communicated to the grantor

  • Utilizes available tools and databases such as Wealthengine and Salesforce to accurately and consistently document information to meet departmental requirements.

  • Ensures data integrity of all reporting processes currently in effect for Development department

  • Provides accurate and measurable reports unique to donor segmentations

  • Identify and recommend methods to update, simplify, and enhance processes, procedures, and technologies.

  • Works with program staff and other organization departments to ensure donor data integrity and accurate information input and reporting

  • Oversee donor acknowledgement process

 

Requirements:

 

  • Writing sample required (grant application form).

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Some previous experience in grant writing or related writing experience in a non-profit, fundraising or development setting.

  • Experience in prospecting, managing a grant calendar and relevant data preferred.

  • Familiarity with grant platforms

  • Demonstrated knowledge in prospect development is highly desired.

  • Proficiency and ability to learn and utilize various types of computer based software (Salesforce, Classy and Microsoft Office)

  • Ability to work with a team on a consistent basis as well as lead own projects

  • Occasional travel required

 

Please submit resume to: careers@travismanion.org

 

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