Director of Grant Administration and Communication

Job Type

Full Time


Details: Commensurate with experience



Start Date


Application Deadline



465 Martin Luther King Jr, Blvd, Hall of Records, Room 430
Room 430 Hall of Records
United States


The Director of Grant Administration and Communication is a key member of the administrative team and provides strategic thinking, planning, and execution to lead the agency’s fundraising and communication efforts. The position is a perfect growth opportunity for someone with multiple years of grant, fundraising, and communication experience who is passionate about preventing domestic violence.


  • ·        Research and submit successful corporate, foundation, and government grants and follow-up on all solicitations to ensure maximum success
  • ·        Manage the calendar of grant report deadlines and coordinate with administrative and programmatic staff to develop narratives and generate outcome data
  • ·        Write and submit grant reports that meet all grant requirements in a timely manner
  • ·        Communicate grant objectives and requirements to administrative and programmatic staff and help to monitor and ensure they are fulfilled in a timely manner
  • ·        Work with administrative staff to monitor grant implementation and submit grant adjustment requests, as needed, to modify approved budgets, periods, objectives, etc.
  • ·        Develop print and online outreach materials to inform victims and service providers of their rights and available services
  • ·        Manage the stock and distribution of print outreach materials to staff, partner agencies, and other key stakeholders
  • ·        Manage the Family Justice Center’s website and social media accounts to ensure that important information regarding services, emergency closings, and other topics is available to victims, friends/family of victims, and service providers
  • ·        Produce and disseminate a brief e-newsletter 3-4 times per year
  • ·        Plan and implement public awareness campaigns designed to inform and empower victims and to improve the community response to domestic violence
  • ·        Represent the Family Justice Center at meetings, activities, and public events
  • ·        Undertake special projects, as needed, in collaboration with the Executive Director and Board of Trustees, including fundraising events
  • ·        Track all donations (including individual, institutional, in-kind) and provide written acknowledgment to all donors
  • ·        Manage the fundraising data base (Little Green Light) to ensure data integrity, cultivation, and proper stewardship of all donors and donations
  • ·        Coordinate one or more email fundraising appeals per year in coordination with the Executive Director and Board of Trustees


Competitive benefits package

Level of Language Proficiency


Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Please send cover letter including salary requirements, resume, and a personal writing sample from a successful grant proposal to