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Physicians For Human Rights
A fabulous opportunity for a dynamic, detail- oriented professional to join a flagship human rights organization based in New York City as a full-time Grants Manager.
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) seeks an experienced and energetic Grants Manager to join its passionate team of human rights advocates. PHR receives the majority of its income through grants and therefore, you will play a major role in developing and monitoring the overall organization's budget. You will be the point person for the overall management of grant spending, monitoring the programmatic and financial commitments to funders and related reporting, and developing the financial budgets for proposals pertaining to private foundations, government grants, and corporate grants. This position requires a detail-oriented, highly organized individual to track, analyze, and report results both internally and externally, while prioritizing competing deadlines. Additionally approximately a third of your time will be spent assisting the Finance Manager with day-to-day accounting tasks. To these ends, as the Grants Manager, you will work closely with the Director of Finance & Administration, the Senior Manager of Institutional Giving, the Director of Programs, Finance Manager and their staffs of dedicated and dynamic professionals.
• Collaborating with development and program teams, to develop and maintain schedule of reporting requirements and other performance benchmarks, with related deadlines for each grant and contract agreement, and ensure the timely submission of all grant reports.
• Managing the administrative process for submitting grant reports and contracts, including establishing internal timelines to meet reporting deadlines, identifying reporting components, compiling/gathering the required documents, ensuring report completeness, and facilitating final submission.
• Developing budgets and budget narratives for grant and contract proposals, including assemble/create necessary supporting financial and business documentation.
• Maintaining a detailed system for financial accounting and reporting of expenditures by grants and projects, working with the Finance Manager and program teams.
• Partnering with program staff to familiarize them with all relevant contractual requirements and monitor their spending progress to ensure that funds are spent in a timely manner and in compliance with grant agreements.
• Working with the Finance Manager to complete accounting processes, transactions and reporting—including accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank reconciliations, wire transfers, audit preparation and coordination and other duties where needed.
• A Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related discipline.
• A minimum of three to five years demonstrated successful experience in grants management and ideally some experience in accounting in a non-profit setting.
• Outstanding organizational skills and significant proven experience establishing and maintaining complex financial tracking systems.
• Demonstrated project management experience including the ability to efficiently plan, organize, and manage multiple complex projects simultaneously with limited supervision or direction, while meeting deadlines.
• A strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office 2010 (Excel, Word and PowerPoint) with advanced proficiency with Excel.
• Familiarity with Sage MIP Financial Accounting or other accounting software.
• Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
• The successful candidate will be adaptable, resourceful, and detailed oriented, with the ability to work both independently and as a member of a team.
• Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with staff at all levels, interact with donors, and represent the organization tactfully and diplomatically is essential.
• A good sense of humor is a plus.
• A commitment to human rights is essential.
Reports to: Director of Finance and Administration Location: New York, NY
Compensation: Salary is based on experience and PHR’s commitment to internal equity. The Grants Manager is eligible to receive a generous benefits package which includes medical, dental, life, and disability insurances and the ability to participate in PHR’s retirement 403(b) plan—and receive ‘time-off’ benefits (i.e., vacation, holiday, sick days).
How TO APPLY:
HOW TO APPLY: Please send cover letter (with salary history) and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org; include the job title you're applying for in your subject line. __________________________________________________ _____________ PHR is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. PHR encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, and veteran status. -Learn More at: www.physiciansforhumanrights.org
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is an independent not-for-profit organization that mobilizes the specialized skills, rigor and passion of health professionals and scientists to investigate and stop egregious violations of human rights. PHR focuses on mass atrocities and severe human rights violations against individuals. PHR conducts research and investigations globally, and advocates for the: • Prevention of individual and small-scale violations from becoming mass atrocities. • Protection of internationally guaranteed rights of individuals and civilian populations. • Prosecution of perpetrators and accountability for violations.
PHR was founded in 1986 based on the idea that health professionals, with their scientific expertise, ethical commitment, and credible voices, are uniquely positioned to address human rights violations. Today, PHR’s expertise and voice is sought by human rights organizations, governments, United Nations agencies, international courts and tribunals, and local and regional groups. The integrity of PHR’s research and investigations allows its work with others to raise awareness and press for change on the most severe human rights violations of the day. PHR is a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize for Peace. PHR recently moved its headquarters to New York City and maintains a small office in Cambridge, MA and Washington, DC, PHR is a 501c3 organization with an annual budget of approximately $6 million. Served by a dedicated staff of 34 and a distinguished 19-member Board of Directors, and cadres of expert consultants and volunteers, PHR is supported primarily by multi-year grants from foundations, governments, members and individual donors.