Community, Social Services, Nonprofit, Healthcare, Other
4 Year Degree
The Primary Care Coalition seeks a skilled professional to manage, implement, and expand the organization’s fund development activities. The Manager of Fund Development will have specific responsibility for generating philanthropic support from foundations, corporations, and individuals.
Recognized as a leader in reducing health disparities in our community, the Primary Care Coalition builds networks and improves systems that deliver high quality health care and wrap-around services to people who face economic, linguistic, and other barriers to better health. The PCC maintains strong relationships with regional foundation partners and aspires to develop equally strong relationships with national foundations, corporate sponsors and major donors.
The Primary Care Coalition offers a rewarding work environment for people who share our values of collaboration, integrity, innovation, and excellence and wish to channel their efforts toward improving the health of our community. We provide substantial opportunities for growth and professional development at all career levels as well as a full benefits package.
Maintain PCC’s reputation for high quality, professional grant applications and reports.
Liaise with philanthropic funding agencies.
Conduct prospect research to identify and evaluate grant opportunities.
Coordinate the proposal development process and write and submit timely, polished and professional proposals and reports.
Track key grant management dates and values.
Establish and oversee a corporate giving program.
In close collaboration with the CEO and Director of Strategy and External Affairs, establish and strategically manage a portfolio of corporate sponsorship prospects.
Conduct stewardship activities to maintain a strong relationship with corporate social responsibility officers.
Support donor development and individual giving.
Serve as staff lead on individual giving campaigns, including PCC’s 25th Anniversary Campaign activities.
Act as the key relationship manager for individual donors and family foundations.
Provide staffing and support for the PCC Board Fundraising Committee.
Serve as backup support to the Board of Directors and associated committee meetings.
Participate fully and collaboratively in staff and team management work groups.
Represent PCC at meetings in a professional and informed manner to maintain and/or establish key community and business contacts and connections.
Together with all PCC staff, share responsibility for ensuring all organization activities and operations are carried out in compliance with local, state and federal regulations and laws governing business operations.
Perform other duties as assigned and as requested.
Bachelor’s Degree required.
Four-plus years’ proposal writing and/or editing experience. Demonstrated success as a writer on grant proposals to philanthropic foundations, local or state agencies required.
Familiarity with logic models and SMART objectives.
Demonstrated ability to manage relationship with funders, including local, regional and national foundations, public funders, corporations, and individual donors.
Demonstrated success in cross-organizational collaboration, proposal team management, and proposal development.
Experience working in a safety-net health and/or social services environment a plus.
Skills and Abilities
Excellent communication skills. Clear and concise oral and written communication with meticulous grammar and spelling skills. Familiarity with Chicago style manual preferred.
Highly motivated and superbly organized. Able to coordinate complex projects with multiple stakeholders and partners; perform multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities; and, prioritize own and others’ work to ensure objectives are met.
Proven project management ability. Excellent time management skills; detail oriented with focus on total project completion; and strong reasoning, analytical, and problem solving skills.
Strong interpersonal skills. Able to interact effectively and build collaborative relationships with stakeholders and colleagues. Able to communicate effectively with diverse colleagues, partners, and funders
Strong computer skills. Comfortable using Microsoft Office Applications and online systems for grant submission and reporting, Possess basic file management skills and some familiarity with data collection systems.
Writing sample and logic model sample required with application.
About Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery County, Maryland
Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery County, Maryland was founded in 1993 when a group of physicians and health care officials imagined a Montgomery County where every resident had access to high-quality health services. They envisioned a dependable source of primary care for low-income, uninsured individuals in our community and created a framework that shared the responsibility for providing tha...t care across the public and private sectors. The Primary Care Coalition (PCC) was formed to help make their vision a reality.
The mission of PCC is to be the catalyst for developing and coordinating a community-based healthcare system that strives for universal access and health equity for underserved community members. The vision of PCC is that all community members have the opportunity to live healthy lives, and that Montgomery County will be the healthiest community in the nation and a model for providing access to high quality and efficient care for all.