Historic Hudson Valley is a Westchester County-based cultural nonprofit that welcomes visitors to five National Historic Landmarks, including Philipsburg Manor, Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, and Kykuit, the Rockefeller Estate. HHV offers K-12 school programs and educational materials, public tours, and seasonal festivals including the Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze. The organization has a national reputation for groundbreaking on-site educational programs and award-winning digital content in the content areas of Northern colonial enslavement, regional women’s history, and storytelling.
Historic Hudson Valley (HHV) seeks a detail-oriented, organized, creative, and experienced grant writer and institutional giving manager who will play an essential role in building and managing a pipeline of corporate, foundation, and government funders to support HHV’s critical education and historic preservation work.
The Grant Writer/Institutional Giving Manager will collaborate with the 4-person development team and HHV leadership to develop and execute an effective strategy for raising funds from institutions. In addition to managing a portfolio of both prospective and current funders, the position requires an experienced, talented writer capable of capturing and communicating the organization’s mission, programs, and character through well-crafted, persuasive documents for a range of audiences.
This writing-intensive position involves working with, and sometimes leading, inter-departmental teams developing grant applications for educational programs, digital projects, capital projects, and public events. Other responsibilities include prospect research, grants management, sponsorship recognition, and donor relations. Historic Hudson Valley has a track record of securing grants from agencies including the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the New York State Council on the Arts.
This is a full-time, hybrid on-site/remote position with a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision insurance, employer funded 401K, generous paid time off and professional development opportunities. Evening and weekend hours at special events are required.
Historic Hudson Valley adheres to all applicable federal, state, and local COVID-19 requirements and have taken many precautionary measures to ensure the safety of staff and visitors. <i>Successful candidates are required to be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, absent medical, religious, or pregnancy related accommodations and will be required to submit proof at time of hire.</i>
Historic Hudson Valley values diversity and is committed to a workforce inclusive across race, gender, age, religion, and identity. Diversity is an integral part of our history and culture; honoring all voices of the past and present is central to our mission and our impact.
To apply to this position, please visit our employment page: www.hudsonvalley.org/employment, create your profile and apply, or click here.
Historic Hudson Valley is a Westchester County-based cultural nonprofit that welcomes visitors to five National Historic Landmarks, including Philipsburg Manor, Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, and Kykuit, the Rockefeller Estate. HHV…