Grants Coordinator

Global Health Corps

About the organization

Global Health Corps (GHC) is building a new generation of global health leadership. We believe that solving the world’s most pressing global health challenges requires better and more connected leaders who are able to work across traditional boundaries like geography, sector, and issue area to engineer stronger global health systems. We need more than clinicians and providers; we need management consultants, engineers, artists, and architects. We need new leadership voices and new perspectives, especially those representing the populations most often left out and unheard.

GHC competitively recruits and selects emerging leaders from around the world who represent a wide range of skillsets and areas of expertise, all of which are critical to rebuilding and strengthening health systems. GHC is developing a cadre of health equity leaders through a unique leadership development program that utilizes experiential and formal learning methods.

Duties

The Grants Coordinator plays a key role in the stewardship of prospective and existing grants, and is responsible for the effective management and control of grants obtained by Global Health Corps. This role will serve as the lead grant writer, primary administrative contact, and internal coordinator of all grant activities. The goal is to create a seamless transition from the moment we’re invited to submit a proposal until the investment is complete and final reports submitted. The Grants Coordinator proactively develops strong relationships with key staff across teams at GHC to ensure authentic and compelling proposals and reports, and facilitate appropriate grant submission, spending, and reporting, which contributes to high-quality stewardship with GHC funders.

The Grants Coordinator reports to the Director of Strategic Development, working with them to evaluate grant opportunities as part of the fundraising process, and to ensure strong proposal submissions and increased support for the organization. The Grants Coordinator will serve as a crucial member of GHC’s fundraising team, telling the story of the impact of great leadership on health equity and ensuring our movement is powered forward.

Qualifications

- 3- 5 years of professional work experience
- Previous grants management experience in a complex environment.
- Comparable experience in health or international development with a focus on project - management or grant administration is highly desired.
- Strong communications skills, including experience communicating with a range of audiences.
- A passion for collaboration across teams and countries, with demonstrated skill for managing projects.
- Commitment to and passion for GHC’s mission.

Application instructions

GHC EMBRACES AND VALUES DIVERSE SKILLS AND BACKGROUNDS

We are a community of leaders who are proud to represent many different national, racial, ethnic, socio-economic, religious, gender, and other identities. We represent varied professional backgrounds, collaborating across fields and sectors to form a powerful, close-knit network of change makers. Our diversity as a community is our strength, driving our ability to be empathetic, visionary, and effective leaders in the health equity movement, and engage with the world with dignity and respect.

Due to the high volume of applications received, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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