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Published By Jerry Ostradicky on March 29, 2013
About the Organization:
Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners (formerly Credit Where Credit Is Due) was founded in 1994 in response to the growing financial disenfranchisement of Upper Manhattan. Neighborhood Trust’s mission is to empower low-income individuals to become productive participants in the U.S. financial system and achieve their financial goals. It serves clients who are cultivating their model as a scalable social purpose venture that encourages financial services innovation.
About the Job:
Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners seeks a Development Associate to play a role in its growth as a nonprofit financial services innovator. S/he will be a part of external relations team and take the lead on institutional grants. S/he will report to the deputy director of external relations and play an integral part in raising philanthropic capital from private foundations, government entities, and individuals.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
- Grant writing and reporting:
- Generate content for grant proposals and reports:
- Create new collateral and customize existing text for grant proposals;
- Liaise with other members of the team to gather and format relevant data.
- Grant maintenance:
- Update development pipeline in Salesforce with relevant correspondence and deadlines;
- Meet deadlines. Manage all aspects of grant/report submission to submit final product on time.
- Prospect research and analysis (as needed).
- Bachelor’s degree;
- Minimum 3 – 5 years related work experience;
- Outstanding written communication skills and demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and deliver under pressure;
- Knowledge of nonprofit fundraising operations;
- Team player who can work autonomously and produce results in a group.
Source: Microfinance Gateway