Founded in 2010, Hispanic Access Foundation is a 501(c)(3) national nonprofit organization that connects Latinos with partners and opportunities to improve their lives and create an equitable society. Ultimately, we establish bridges of access that provide a path for the development and rise of Latino leaders and elevates their voices in areas where we are underrepresented. Our core values are trustworthy, dedicated, service to comunidad, versatile, and excellence. While Washington, D.C. serves as our headquarters, employees work in a virtual environment.
Hispanic Access Foundation is seeking a highly motivated and detail-oriented professional to join our development team as the Institutional Giving Manager. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Institutional Giving Manager will play a crucial role in securing funding for our organization's programs and initiatives. The successful candidate will have excellent grant writing skills, a keen eye for detail, and a passion for fostering relationships with institutional donors. This position presents an exciting opportunity for an individual who is driven to expand their portfolio and grow professionally within our dynamic and impactful organization. Opportunities for growth, professional development and performance-based compensation are built into the framework of the position.
Grant Writing and Management
- Lead and manage grant/proposal development and coordinating contributions from other departments and staff
- Responsible for the gathering of materials and prepare grant application packets/documents/drafts
- Managing grant reporting deadlines and overseeing final reports
- Collaborate closely with program staff, finance, and other relevant departments to gather information, data, and narratives necessary for effective grant proposal development
- Respond to internal and external queries on drafted and submitted proposals
- Maintain grant and related contact/account records and submit reports related to grant opportunities
- Lead in the tracking the status of submitted grants and solicitations
Relationship Building and Stewardship
- Assist or lead in the cultivation and maintenance of relationships with institutional donors, including foundations, corporations, and government agencies, to enhance support for Hispanic Access
- Conduct prospect research to identify new potential institutional donors aligned with the organization's mission and programs
- Collaborate with program staff and leadership to develop strategies for engagement and stewardship of institutional donors
- Represent Hispanic Access at meetings, events, and conferences to promote our mission and programs and explore new funding opportunities
Collaboration and Teamwork
- Manage grant writing consultants, including tasking and check ins to ensure work is focused and organized
- Coordinate or delegate coordination of grant planning meetings with necessary program teams
- Coordinate with finance and program teams to track grants and grant payment
- Support cross-functional initiatives and collaborate with other members of the development team to achieve fundraising goals
- Contribute to the development and implementation of fundraising strategies, including annual giving campaigns and special events
- Bachelor’s degree
- Proven track record of successful grant writing and securing funding from institutional sources.
- At least five years of fundraising/development experience
- At least five years of grant writing experience
- Experience in federal grant writing is a plus
- Strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail
- Ability to be extremely effective independently, while also being a highly resourceful team-player
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to cultivate and steward relationships with institutional donors.
- Experience with Salesforce or other Client Relationship Management software
- Collaborative work style; strong work ethic; mission-driven, results-oriented approach to work
- Creativity and flexibility to undertake new assignments and identify new opportunities
- Professional behavior and demeanor consistent with the organization’s cultural values
- Ability to travel 15% of the time, as needed
- Experience working remotely is a plus
- Bilingual – English and Spanish is a plus
While the position is primarily remote and the location of this position is flexible, the Washington, DC metro area is preferred.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
The salary range for this position is $75,000 - $85,000 depending on qualifications and experience. In addition to working remotely, Hispanic Access offers full-time employees a generous benefits package that includes a paid health, dental, and vision plan for the individual, a flexible/unlimited PTO policy, 10 sick days, 13 paid holidays, and a 401(k) plan with employer match.
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit your resume and a cover letter with salary requirements through our online portal at
Hispanic Access Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer where an applicant's qualifications are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other basis prohibited by law.