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Galvan Foundation is seeking a diligent and talented individual with exceptional communication ability and concern for society's less fortunate to assist in the coordination of multiple housing and economic development projects. The Project Coordinator will prepare funding applications and carryout all aspects of development including gaining community support, filing documents, applying for required permits and approvals, assisting with closings, ensuring timely completion of tasks and projects, and maintaining Galvan Foundation's standards. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for all administrative functions related to the grant making process, including communication with applicants, review and summarization of applications, and collection of documentation. The Project Coordinator will be well organized, have exceptional coordination ability, written and verbal communication skills, financial proficiency and planning knowledge. The Project Coordinator will be able to work both as a team member and independently.
• Receive applications from eligible organizations.
• Answer questions from potential grantees and applicants.
• Summarize grant applications and produce grant making schedule.
• Conduct site visits.
• Distribute award letters and checks to grantees.
• Draft press releases and other grant making related announcements
• Compose, submit, and review applications for project funding and local approvals.
• Perform project and sponsor due diligence
• Interface with funding sources, partners, consultants, tenants, media and other stakeholders.
• Produce project fact sheets, press releases, and other communication materials.
• Research various funding sources
• Write detailed, complex, and research oriented summaries
• Update proformas and other financial documents
• Submit various forms and documents to investors, banks and government agencies
• Coordinate due diligence materials
• Other tasks as needed
Exceptional writing and communication skills, strong analytical ability, some financial knowledge, detail oriented, process efficient, critical thinker, ability to multi-task, diligent, proficient in a fast-paced dynamic environment, efficient time management, ability to work in a team and independently, urban planning, real estate, or financial knowledge a plus. Bachelor’s Degree required.
Proficient in Word / Excel / Power Point & Windows XP / Vista /Smart Sheets/ Drop Box / etc
How TO APPLY:
Please send résumé and cover letter with salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org Please explain in your cover letter why this position aligns with your previous experience, coursework/education and career goals.
Galvan Foundation, established as a nonprofit in 2011, has the mission to improve and enhance the quality of life for all Hudson, NY residents, especially those most vulnerable or economically disadvantaged, using historic preservation and grant making. Galvan Initiatives Foundation uses architectural preservation and conservation to participate in and encourage initiatives that strengthen the social fabric of the City of Hudson by promoting the provision of housing, social services, cultural activities, and economic opportunity for residents of Hudson. Galvan Foundation Charitable Trust operates a grant-making program providing financial support to charitable organizations operating in the City of Hudson.