Employment Opportunities

Corporation & Foundation Relationship Manager 

 

The Corporation and Foundation Relationship Manager is an integral part of a four-person development team supporting all development communications, awareness-raising and fundraising efforts.

 

Qualifications:

A Bachelor’s degree is required.  Prefer a self-motivated, detail and deadline-oriented person with very strong writing skills and a professional demeanor. Also prefer experience working in a fundraising capacity, writing grants, working with database and/or fundraising software, and proficiency in MS Office and Excel. A willingness to fully support the mission of the organization is essential.  Also prefer bilingual (English/Spanish) ability.  Local travel necessary, reliable transportation is required.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Grant Writing & Administration
    • Building and sustaining communications and relationships with corporations and foundations
  • Proposal writing, research, and grant reporting:
    • Work with program staff to develop proposals, and determine measurable outcomes, data tracking and reporting steps
    • Track proposal deadlines, grant reporting and internal and external deadlines for reports
    • Ensure appropriate, timely, multi-media grant acknowledgement

 

  • Research, Analytics and Reporting
    • Research and recommend grant, third party, and other funding opportunities
    • Research corporate, foundation and government funders
    • Compile information and data for agency reports and communications materials

 

  • General Development Team Responsibilities
    • Assist with these and other Development projects and events, as requested:
      • Hope Tours
      • Special events
      • Community education efforts
    • Represent the agency at meetings/functions as needed
    • Maintain regular communication with key donors and funders
    • Record activities & interactions with community members/donors in the database

 

General and Related Responsibilities:

  • Support senior staff’s relationships with corporate, foundation, and individual donors
  • Assist in additional agency operations as requested
  • Actively participate in staff trainings and meetings
  • Acquire and maintain certification as a Domestic Violence Counselor
  • Represent PCC at community meetings as requested
  • Attend CCADV meetings/trainings as required
  • Assist in fundraising and community awareness activities and agency functions
  • Record and compile statistics as required
  • Perform related duties as required and/or deemed necessary

 

This position is full-time and is non-exempt from the provisions of wage/hour laws and reports to the Director of Development. Some evening and weekend hours may be required to meet the needs of the agency.

 

Prudence Crandall Center, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.  All employment is at will and no employment contract shall be construed from any action, document or statement of the employer.