Colorado Nonprofit Association

Grants Manager

WHO WE ARE

Intercambio is a great place to work! Intercambio was founded in 2001 to bring English learners and community volunteers together in language classes and gatherings to build skills, confidence, and life-changing connections. We have connected over 15,000 students, teachers, and TESOL organizations through our programs, trainings, and curriculum. Intercambio participants build relationships that break down barriers of language, culture, race, and socioeconomic status — creating connections that build a more fair, just, and inclusive society. Our staff are experienced, diverse, passionate about our mission, and learn from our participants and each other. We pride ourselves in building community with our students and also within our organization. We value a balanced work life and offer flexibility to help meet the demands of both our home life and work life. 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Grants Manager develops and oversees the execution of all grant fundraising. This includes ongoing management of a diversified foundation & government fundraising campaign that involves grant submissions, reporting and prospecting. The grants manager works closely with the Director of Development (DOD), Director of Local Programs, Director of Partner Services, Director of Curriculum and Training, Director of Operations, and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The work location is hybrid – in our Boulder and Longmont offices and from home.

WHO YOU ARE

We are looking for someone who loves digging into the work we’re doing and translating that into grant applications. This position bridges the development and program teams, helping us create a culture of philanthropy within the organization. You are self-motivated and not afraid to seek out answers. You are driven by deadlines and enjoy collaboration.

We welcome your cover letter and resume at jobs@intercambio.org. Please be sure your cover letter specifically tells us how you meet our qualifications. 

WHAT YOU’LL DO

GRANTS

Activities include prospect research, writing, and reporting on government and foundation grants, and maintaining accurate and timely monthly reports of all grant activities to meet annual goals. 

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GENERAL STAFF EXPECTATIONS

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS