Manager of Development and Grants Administration – Accompany Capital – NEW YORK

Accompany Capital is currently seeking a full time Manager of Development and Grants Administration with a commitment to and enthusiasm for Accompany Capital’s mission. A major focus for this position is to fund raise from government, foundation and corporate sources.

Reporting to the Executive Director:
In conjunction with the Executive Director assists in creating the annual Development and Communication Plans and is responsible for implementation.
Identifies prospective funders and submits grant proposals and other information for new continuation grants.
Maintains grant calendar and submits timely grant proposals and reports.
Develops and finalizes all budgets for various grants and works to ensure that levels and sources are consistent with Accompany Capital’s strategic goals, in consultation with the Director of Finance and Administration and the Executive Director.
Ensures good organizational relationships with all funders.
Oversees and prepares for fundraising events as necessary, including annual Immigrant Heritage Week Awards.
Prepares for Board meetings, takes minutes, and maintains governance documents.
Interacts with Board of Directors, committees, consultants and Accompany Capital staff

Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree in a related field a plus.
A minimum of two years’ experience as a development professional in a nonprofit organization, with an emphasis on grants management.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Strong computer skills in Word, Excel and database management.
Ability to set and meet goals, prioritize, plan and manage work independently as well as to work as a team member in a multicultural environment.
Strategic thinking skills, with an enthusiasm for building new development capacity and programs.
Able to work normal office hours of 9:00a.m.-5:00p.m. and be available evenings if needed for events. Current hybrid schedule of 3 days in office; 2 remote.
May occasionally be expected to work some evenings and occasional weekend days; travel to attend meetings, seminars and community events

Competitive benefits package including 3 weeks’ vacation with increase to 4 weeks after one year; 13 paid holidays, 8 sick days, 2 personal days; medical and dental insurance; 403(b) Plan with match Opportunities for professional development.

How to Apply
Please send cover letter and resume with the subject line Development/Grants Administration to