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Grants Operations Manager
Hartford Foundation for Public Giving in Hartford, Connecticut
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Date Posted 11/22/2017
Philanthropy-Grant Writing
Employment Type Fulltime
Application Deadline Open until filled

Leading Grants Operations at the Hartford Foundation is an opportunity to make a positive difference in our community by ensuring that all grant applications, awards, processing of payments and record keeping are efficient, accurate, and in compliance with Foundation policies/protocols and IRS regulations. 


In this role, you will develop budgets and grantmaking forecasts for 2,000+ grants from 1,300 funds annually and provide standard and special reports and analysis of grantmaking data and trends. 


In this position, you will report to the Senior Vice President and be responsible for:


  • Developing and monitoring grantmaking budgets, reporting spending  to management  and providing  information, analyses, about grants data

  • Maintaining the grants database and data integrity, ensuring that the system provides both routine and special reports which are timely and accurate

  • Approving grantee reports and payments in compliance with grant making protocols

  • Supervising grants management staff to accomplish departmental goals and to provide exceptional services for Foundation staff and grantees

  • Responding to grantee inquiries on Foundation grant policies and practices

  • Leading the development,  implementation and maintenance of  grantmaking  processes and procedures in compliance with field’s best practices and regulatory requirements

  Requirements for this position include: 


  • Minimum 7 years experience managing financial/accounting operations with demonstrated skills in database management and data analysis

  • Proven ability to communicate clearly and effectively to a variety of audiences (internal and external) to ensure understanding and compliance with grantmaking procedures

  • 3 -5 years supervisory experience

  • Working knowledge of philanthropy, best practices and the nonprofit sector

  • Demonstrated ability to consistently acquire new knowledge and skills to enhance performance

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related area


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