Grant Manager

Website National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance (NTSA)

A nationwide community of service providers for survivors of human trafficking.

Key Role: The Grant Manager will manage NTSA’s grants process including researching potential grants, grant writing and managing funder relationships.

Status: Full-time, exempt

Weekly Hours: 9am-5pm Eastern Time, Monday-Friday; Flextime available as needed.

Reports to: Executive Director

Compensation: $40,000-47,000 annually

Work Location: This is a hybrid role based out of our Baltimore office. NTSA’s hybrid schedule requires employees to work in the office 1 day per week. 

 

About the National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance:

The National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance (NTSA) is a network of service providers committed to enhancing services and increasing access to care for survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. NTSA is working to achieve this mission through three initiatives:

  • Membership – Equipping residential programs across the U.S. with the training resources to learn and grow in a collaborative community.
  • Alliance Referral System (ARS) – We connect survivors throughout the country with appropriate residential shelters efficiently and with dignity.
  • Accreditation – Survivor residential services is a young and emerging field comprising housing programs that have been open for an average of 9 years. While many provide high-quality services to survivors, a national and independent resource for establishing accountability and minimum standards of care does not exist. NTSA has developed an Accreditation model specific to housing programs serving trafficking survivors to ensure that survivors receive the highest quality of care from healthy, trauma-informed organizations.

 

Position Summary

The Grant Manager will work as part of a small, passionate team, leading the effort to engage funders that offer grants for nonprofits like NTSA. The Grant Manager will be responsible for researching, applying to, and tracking grants as well as reporting success and impact for those grants that are successful. 

 

Responsibilities

Grant Writing

  • Research potential grants that NTSA is eligible to apply for and maintain a list of those potential grants noting priority and scheduling when to apply to each
  • Review grant requirements, grant templates, and past proposals and consult with the Director of Operations or program staff to gather additional information needed for proposals and reports
  • Draft grant proposals, LOIs, and/or reports for the set of foundations/funders in the grant list; strive for a goal of 2-5 proposals completed each month
  • Prepare and monitor budgets for proposals, based on the fiscal budget or 3-year strategic plan
  • Maintain a folder of grant support documents including resumes, bios, IRS forms, Board/staff diversity lists, etc.
  • Work with the Director of Operations and program staff to develop data, impact stories and statistics to support funding applications; research and maintain up-to-date records on topics related to NTSA’s services and population

 

Grant Management & Donation Administration

  • Draft policies, processes or templates to provide clarity and structure for grants team
  • Build a tracking system to organize all grant applications
  • Manage any volunteer or contracted grant writers
  • Execute thank you letters and facilitate grant contracts/agreements
  • Coordinate with Marketing & Donor Engagement Manager to ensure acknowledgment of funders/investors via social media, email and website
  • Maintain all grant compliance and reporting, including outcome measurement and grant budgets
  • Monitor and maintain funder and investor reporting schedules and requirements
  • Track progress toward organizational and programmatic outcomes and goals
  • Draft compelling progress reports and targeted program updates to funders that fully capture program success
  • Assemble all necessary supporting materials and documents including budget reports, outcome measurements, success stories, etc.; submit reports to funders and investors

 

General

  • Other duties and support as assigned by NTSA Leadership, as needed

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field
  • 2-5 years of experience with grant writing
  • Strong research skills
  • Excellent writing and editing skills
  • Strong administrative and project management skills
  • High organized with attention to detail
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google Suite
  • High-energy with the ability to manage multiple projects at once
  • Self-starter with ability to work independently and meet deadlines
  • Strong commitment to confidentiality and ethical responsibilities
  • Flexible, ready to help with new projects as they arise
  • Experience with donor development/CRM software systems, preferred
  • Background in anti-human trafficking efforts or related field, preferred
  • Demonstrated interest in the mission, vision and values of NTSA

 

Employee Benefits at NTSA

  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 3 Floating Holidays
  • 3 Personal Days
  • 12 Vacation Days in your 1st year of employment, then 15 days in your 3rd year, and 18 days in your 5th year
  • Option to flex time as needed
  • Maternity/Paternity Leave
  • Sick leave

 

This position may require some domestic travel.

The National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance (NTSA) is a faith-based agency.

All applicants who are offered employment with the NTSA will be subject to a background check. Offers of employment are contingent on the successful completion of a background check in accordance with the NTSA policy and state law.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to apply@shelteredalliance.org. 

To apply for this job email your details to apply@shelteredalliance.org