EMPath operates on a 36 hour, 4-day work week. This position requires 2 days in our Seaport office and 2 days remote.
EMPath is a national non-profit that dramatically improves the lives of people struggling to make ends meet. Because creating economic opportunity is multifaceted, our approach is too. We offer a unique combination of direct service, learning exchange, and research and advocacy for what works. This “virtuous circle” allows each part of our work to inform what we know, do, and share with others to seed systemic change. EMPath is led by former Mayor of Boston Kim Janey, who was the first woman and first person of color to lead the city. Janey is a former program participant of EMPath, having utilized the organization’s teen parent program decades ago.
Manage a portfolio of public and private grants including writing, preparation and submission of all grant proposals, letters of intent, reports and other written materials
Manage comprehensive grant calendar and deliverables
Identify and research foundation and corporate sources of funding
Assist with identifying and soliciting government funding
Draft compelling narratives for funding proposals to obtain funds for on-going or new programs and for special projects; proofread and edit
Prepare, coordinate, assemble, and/or deliver private funding proposals, government grant applications and renewals for submission
Conduct research as needed to support proposal development and other projects as assigned
Cultivate ongoing relationships with current and prospective funders
Manage all grant reporting in a timely manner
Interact and communicate with senior management, program level staff, the research and evaluation team, and funder representatives during the proposal design, development and implementation phases to ensure agreement with goals and objectives, scope, feasibility, and program funding needs
Assist with other projects related to development and communications as needed.
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