Key Functions and Responsibilities
• Identifies, qualifies, and solicits prospective foundations for general operating and/or
designated funding requests
•Prepares proposals and letters of inquiry for renewals and new grant funding opportunities
•Creates customized proposals according to each foundation’s guidelines
•Creates customized budgets in accordance with each foundation’s guidelines
•Works with program managers to track outcomes
•Develops project summaries and year-end reports as necessary for grant reporting
•Creates a yearly schedule to follow of grant applications
•Develops year-end “annual” report for distribution to donors
•Maintains files on all grant requests
•Maintains online database of all grant requests, schedule for submission of grant requests, due
dates for ongoing foundation reports, etc.
•Other duties as assigned
• Bachelor’s degree required
•5+ years of grant writing experience
•Demonstrated record of success at securing 5, 6, and 7 figure grants
•Excellent research and writing skills required
•Willingness to work off-hours, when necessary
•Ability to identify, approach, and solicit new funding from existing and prospective foundations
•Must be able to effectively plan/manage work flow on multiple projects simultaneously and
manage project details with limited supervision
•Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
•High level of proficiency in the Microsoft suite of products
•Demonstrated level of comfort working with foundation personnel and donors at all levels
•Understanding of the Middle East and commitment to Israel
Commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the position title as the
subject for your email.
The Israel Project is an equal opportunity employer.
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