Job Title:

Grants & Contracts Manager


Full Time, Exempt

Reports to:

Executive Director


$50,000 - $60,000


Medical, prescription, dental, vision, and life insurance; Employee Assistance Program; 13 paid holidays; paid family, vacation, sabbatical, and sick leave; up to 3% retirement match; professional development and coaching opportunities; flexible and remote work options

Job Summary:

The Grants and Contracts Manager is a member of the Coalition Administrative Team and reports to the Executive Director. This is a newly created position that will support federal and local grants received by the Coalition and provide oversight on the writing, submission, and reporting for those funds. This position will also support budgets and work being conducted by consultants within Coalition contracts.

This position will work closely with the Finance Manager, Executive Director and other Coalition Project Directors to ensure Coalition value alignment in grant projects and consultants, while also ensuring timelines and requirements of funding sources are met. They may also provide technical assistance and support to the network of Coalition member programs. As this is a new position, a portion of the work upon hiring will include building a framework for management of grants and contracts and will require high organization skills.

This work requires a strong anti-oppression framework, incorporating primary prevention strategies, equity, and social change into all efforts and projects. BIPOC survivors, LGBTQ+ survivors, and survivors who have experienced other intersectional forms of violence are strongly encouraged to apply.

Application Submission Process:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to with the subject line: "Grants & Contracts Manager” position.” 

In your cover letter, please answer the following:

1. How this position will build on your previous experience (paid, unpaid, or lived);

2. Your experience with anti-oppression work and how you will apply an anti-oppression framework to work at the Coalition; and

3. How you will use your expertise to support the Coalition’s efforts.

Interview Process:

The Coalition will review your resume within 30 days of receiving it.  If we are interested in your resume, we will contact you to schedule a 30–45 minute screening interview.  If you are selected for a second interview and choose to continue in the application process, the Coalition will contact you within two weeks of the screening interview to schedule a second interview.  The Coalition is able to offer interviews via phone, online, or in-person, depending on the resources available to you.

Anticipated Start Date:

We are searching for the right candidate for this position, so this position will remain open until filled.  The idea start date for this position is ASAP, but we are flexible on this timeline.

Please contact Christon Mactaggart at with questions about this position or process.

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