Feminist Jobs & Internships
|Job Title:||Grants Manager|
|Organization:||The Women's Foundation of California|
|Description:||The Women's Foundation of California identifies and invests in emerging women leaders who are improving California, community by community. By focusing on the leadership of women and girls through their central role in families and communities, we are helping to create a safer, healthier, more economically secure California.
Making grants to nonprofit partners is our primary means of supporting systemic change strategies in California. As a key player on our Program Team, our Grants Manager ensures effective, efficient and compliant grantmaking processes, from application to outcomes analysis, for all of the Foundations grantmaking funds of over 2 million dollars.
Bring your analytical and organizational skills to this role, where you will manage our grants database and application software (GIFTS/IGAM) and work with internal and external partners to support the mission, policies, goals and philosophy of the Women?s Foundation of California. In addition to having strong technical skills, you will need to think critically and creatively, and show a commitment to customer service through tact, dependability, diplomacy and flexibility.
Please visit our website to learn about the Foundation and see the full job description. If the position appeals to you and you meet the minimum requirements, please provide the following as your initial application for Grants Manager:
-A cover letter stating your interest, availability and general qualifications
-A resume or CV outlining your skills and experience
Submit your complete packet via email to NorthBayHR@gmail.com. Those meeting the minimum requirements will need to complete a formal application prior to further consideration. We are not able to assist with relocation.
The Women?s Foundation of California provides equal employment and advancement opportunities to everyone, thus employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications and abilities. The Foundation does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, size, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, familial status, veteran status, disability, AIDS/HIV status, medical condition or any other characteristic protected by law.