The Community Grants Program (CGP) Manager serves as the program lead for all aspects of HumanitiesDC grantmaking, except those related to the DC Oral History Collaborative. The Manager will work closely with the Director of Programming and Grants Coordinator to lead the Community Grants Program development and implementation, in line with HumanitiesDC’s overall mission, strategic goals and planned growth while increasing all District residents’ ability to participate in the humanities. Among core programmatic responsibilities, the CPG Manager is responsible for all aspects of the grant process from capturing the purpose of each grant opportunity, creating an equitable practice, outreach, overseeing the grantmaking process, applicant and grantee support, ensuring compliance and completing annual closeout procedures. With the Director of Programming, they will manage the Grants Coordinator, and any associated fellows.
Additional responsibilities include supporting the rest of the HumanitiesDC team, with particular focus on programmatic needs, helping shape the organization’s culture, engaging in cross-organizational projects and activities, building an external network of partners, and regularly participating in organizational events.
The position will be based primarily at the HumanitiesDC office. The position is a Monday through Friday schedule designed to allow for regularly working and/or attending weekend and evening activities.
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