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Grants Associate - Hirsch & Associates Philanthropic Advisors Bachelor's Degree Job

6 months ago Accounting / Financial Services Jobs San Francisco   212 views
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Position Summary

Hirsch & Associates Philanthropic Advisors seeks to hire a Grants Associate to join our growing team. The Grants Associate plays a key role in our work on behalf of philanthropic clients, providing grants management support across a number of clients and issue areas. The Grants Associate will be responsible for managing the grants process, liaising between Hirsch staff and grantee organizations, and responding pragmatically to unanticipated issues. We are seeking someone who is interested in effective philanthropy, with excellent attention to detail, organizational and communication skills. This position presents an exciting opportunity for a candidate with work experience in the private, non-profit or business sector who is interested in the field of philanthropy and consulting, with the potential for growth and advancement.

Responsibilities

  • Administer and manage the grants process including updating grant information in grants management database, generating grantee letters, tracking payment and progress report schedules
  • Work closely with the Grants Associate Director to improve systems, implement new policies, and strategize for future firm needs
  • Manage onboarding for staff and new clients, including building client portals and leading client demos
  • Manage projects and timelines as an integral member of the Grants Teams
  • Support members of the Hirsch client teams for grant and grantee-related questions, including providing database management and systems support
  • Develop clear and compelling materials for client and business development purposes, including correspondence, presentations, reports and summaries
  • Actively participate as a key member of a collaborative team committed to positive culture, continuous improvement and community impact

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Experience with CRM databases (grants management databases preferred)
  • High proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, with expertise in Excel preferred
  • 3+ years work experience in non-profit, philanthropy or business

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Relationship builder who is adept at working with a diversity of partners
  • Excellent skills in writing, listening and oral communication
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple simultaneous projects and deadlines
  • Maintains high standard of quality, efficiency and attention to detail
  • Critical thinker and quick learner
  • Collegial and collaborative team player
  • Deep interest in the field of philanthropy

Salary & Benefits:

  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Health benefits; paid time off; employer 401k contribution after three months of employment

Application Instructions:

Please email the following materials to hr@hirschassoc.com with “Grants Associate Position” in the subject line:

  • Resume and cover letter highlighting your relevant experience
  • List of three references

Applicants will be contacted directly to schedule an interview. Please do not call the Hirsch & Associates office.

Hirsch & Associates is an equal opportunity employer. We respect, honor, and celebrate the unique talents, perspectives and differences that make up each individual.

Benefits

  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Health benefits; paid time off; employer 401k contribution after three months of employment

How to Apply

hr@hirschassoc.com

https://www.hirschassoc.com

Please email the following materials to hr@hirschassoc.com with “Grants Associate Position” in the subject line:

  • Resume and cover letter highlighting your relevant experience
  • List of three references
Company Description
In 1999, Susan Hirsch founded Hirsch & Associates Philanthropic Advisors – with the mentorship of legendary philanthropist and community collaborator Warren Hellman—to help philanthropists solve the great challenges of our time.