The Arnold P. Gold Foundation is dedicated to Keeping Healthcare Human. The Foundation has a small staff, a wide reach and ambitions to grow. We work to ensure that healthcare professionals provide patient care that is as compassionate as it is technologically sophisticated. We are well known throughout the U.S. in academic medical education and have recently expanded our programs into nursing colleges and to other health providers in training and in practice.
We are looking for a motivated Grants/Program Manager to manage and administer grants and awards to ensure alignment with the Foundation’s overall mission and goals.
The Gold Foundation works to ensure that physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals provide patient care that is as compassionate as it is cutting edge.
The Grants/Program Manager will work closely with and report to the Senior Director of Program Initiatives to support the portfolio of Gold Foundation programs through a high level of grant management, administration, financial monitoring and general program support. The Grants/Program Manager works closely with the Senior Director on all aspects of the program, including day-to-day operations and program strategy.
- Manages grant and award processes, including communication with applicants, grantees, and award recipients; and oversees and maintains program files.
- Administers the lifecycle of Foundation programs; managing the launch, application, review, award, reporting, and grant payment procedures.
- Assists in the evaluation of grant proposals and letters of inquiry.
- Serves as a liaison between the Foundation and applicants/grantees and other external stakeholders.
- Oversees the administration of the grants management database (Blackbaud Grantmaking/GIFTS) including maintenance and oversight of workflow processes and procedures to ensure accurate and efficient collection and reporting of grants data; and directs the generation of reports and statistics.
- Develops, maintains, and implements grants management policies and procedures.
- Assists and participates in various internal Foundation committees and activities and communicates efficiently with program, finance, communications, and other staff.
- Negotiates and facilitates sensitive issues in the grant-making process.
- Helps to prepare materials for Board, Program Committee, and other stakeholder groups; and
- In coordination with the AVP of Communications, manages program materials for external audiences, including the website.
- Bachelor’s degree, with previous nonprofit and office experience.
- Interest in mission-driven, nonprofit work.
- Experience working with grants management systems (Blackbaud Grantmaking/GIFTS).
- Well-organized self-starter with scrupulous attention to detail, prioritization and deadlines.
- Ability to take initiative and develop solutions quickly and effectively.
- High level of flexibility and responsiveness with the ability to shift priorities quickly and as organizational demands require.
- Strong problem-solving abilities with solid understanding of data management.
- Strong communication skills and ability to maintain important relationships via phone and email.
- Ability and experience working collaboratively with external organizations and entities.
- Excellent writing ability that is clear and concise in style.
Benefits include health and dental coverage, 403b, vacation and holidays.
Please send resume with cover letter to email@example.com; please list “Grants/Program Manager” in the subject line
Volunteer with Us
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation is seeking a volunteer to work one day a week (or more) in our office in Englewood Cliffs, NJ. This position is ideal for someone who has already completed their bachelor’s degree and is in a “gap year” before attending medical school or another graduate program.
Volunteering at the Gold Foundation will introduce you to the world of nonprofits through a wide variety of tasks. You will have the opportunity to work with several different departments; interact with Board members, healthcare leaders and donors; aid development in prospect research and appeal letters; assist with programmatic activities, including distributing awards and organizing grants; support communications and marketing efforts through social media; and much more. Specific tasks and assignments are based on each volunteer’s interests and skills.
If you are interested, please email your resume and a cover letter sharing why you are interested in the Gold Foundation and its mission to Diane Asciutto at firstname.lastname@example.org.