The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District (LVCCLD) is currently hiring for a Development Coordinator. This position is responsible for all phases of grants development, evaluation, and compliance, including research, pre-award grant writing, the coordination of grant applications, post award support for grant-funded projects, managing the grant reporting process and successfully closes out grant projects with final budget and report outcomes to stakeholders. The Development Coordinator will actively research and pursue prospective public and private funding sources, while developing relationships with potential funders. Under the supervision of the Director of Development, the Development Coordinator will participate in operational and administrative activities of the Development Department.
DESCRIPTION OF HOURS AND WAGES
This is a full-time position (40-hours). The salary range is $75,019 to $120,031 per year.
- Provides operational and administrative coordination of the day-to-day administrative activities including: developing, implementing and monitoring office policies and procedures; contributing to the planning and coordination of fundraising campaigns/events; scheduling group meetings; maintaining calendars; doing research; and creating reports.
- Manages and maintains donor database including responsibility for data entry, gift processing, integrations with on-line giving platforms, data clean up and records updates, and reporting.
- Investigates local, state, federal, private, and corporate sources of funds. This includes reviewing materials, listservs, external meetings and telephone contacts and correspondence.
- Develops and maintains an internal grant application process.
- Develops and maintains a grant management system for funded grants that includes report due dates, budget adherence, and any other grant requirements.
- Develops and maintains a library of information on funding sources, grant writing, and community and state data relevant to District programs and services.
- Coordinates, develops, and processes grant applications from conceptual to submission stage while working closely with Management and staff throughout all phases.
- Manages multiple projects and priorities including searching for funding sources, writing proposals, managing existing grants, reporting to stakeholders, and working on special projects.
- Participates in local, state, and regional associations related to grant writing and institutional funding. Collaborates with other agencies/organizations to form partnerships.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY
The successful candidate will demonstrate support for diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (D.E.I.A), as well as participate in maintaining a respectful and positive work environment. All applicants will be considered for employment without bias. All ethnicities, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veterans or disability status are encouraged and welcomed to apply.
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Administration OR related field required.
- Master’s degree in Public or Business Administration or related field preferred.
- Three (3) years’ experience in office coordination and grant writing required.
- Three (3) years’ experience in office coordination and grant writing in a Development function setting preferred.
How to Apply
The application deadline for this position is 9:00 pm on Wednesday, January 18, 2023. Those interested in applying should submit an application here prior to the application deadline.