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Join the Write On Fundraising Team!

Write On Fundraising is a national network of philanthropic advisers who empower your organization by providing expert level fundraising services that include grant writing, policy design, research and evaluation, and campaign development services.

Write On Fundraising provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Our innovative team collaborates remotely across the U.S. and is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Communication and impact fuel Write On culture – systems like #slack, Harvest, and Asana enable us to produce the best possible outcomes for our clients while providing life balance and value to team members.

Available Positions:

Grant Manager (Northwest Arkansas)

Write On Fundraising provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Our innovative team collaborates remotely across the U.S. and is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Communication and impact fuel Write On culture – systems like #slack, Harvest, and Asana enable us to produce the best possible outcomes for our clients while providing life balance and value to team members.

The Grants Manager is an integral part of the Write On Fundraising team. In addition to serving as a representative of the company brand and mission in the community, this position is tasked with managing a team of part-time staff and contract grant writers, ensuring outstanding customer care and client relations, and identifying a limited number of new local and regional business opportunities.

The Grants Manager role is both remote and flexible in schedule but is expected to attend regular staff meetings via Zoom and utilize company facilities for client and prospect meetings in the Northwest Arkansas area with occasional travel to Tulsa. The salaried position has a standard work week of 35-40 hours and receives a co-working membership, laptop, and a cell phone stipend. The starting salary for this position is $50,000-$65,00 based on experience. Health, vision and dental benefits are available. The Grants Manager reports to the Director of Grant Services.

Duties include:

  • Serve as primary relationship manager for clients and conduit of communication between grants team and clients
  • Manage small team of part-time, contract grant writers, ensuring optimal project management and quality control for each and every grant
  • Review and analyze all grant opportunities, identify needed resources and difficulty-level, secure and/or develop resources, and assign to team members
  • Meet regularly with designated client representative to discuss grant opportunities, report progress, cultivate program relationships, and engage in on-going discovery
  • Proof every assignment for quality and accuracy and provide constructive feedback to writers that aligns with the unique needs and preferences of each client
  • Strictly adhere to and enforce all internal milestones and external deadlines
  • Monitor team and individual performance and provide key performance indicator reports to inform incentive distribution
  • Research, identify, and qualify grant prospects using online database subscriptions, available public data, and proprietary research methods
  • Actively solicit private foundation, corporate, and government funding on behalf of clients
  • Monitor stewardship and reporting requirements and provide outstanding service to both grantors and clients
  • Serve as a member of the leadership team, providing all Write On Fundraising staff and contract workers with mentorship, collaboration, and motivation
  • Research, identify, and qualify nonprofit organizations and community leaders with whom we might cultivate new relationships
  • Engage strategically in networking and community outreach activities to increase brand awareness, cultivate new relationships, and steward existing clients
  • Contact and meet with prospects to learn about their needs and if they are a fit for Write On Fundraising service offerings
  • Draft proposals for services and present solutions to prospects and decision-makers
  • Assist the Director of Grant Services & CEO with other duties as assigned

Grant Manager performance will be evaluated on a number of key performance indicators. These might include metrics like prospect conversion rates, team metrics, client satisfaction data, and/or overall revenue development goals.

Qualifications include:

  • At least five years of grant writing experience
  • Strong interpersonal and writing skills
  • Self-motivated and comfortable working in both team and autonomous environments
  • High proficiency working with online project management and donor tools such as HarvestApp, Asana, G-Suite, Zoom, Foundation Directory, Blackbaud, eTapestry, Donor Perfect, and other Cloud-based software systems

To apply to this position, please email your resume and cover letter to jace@writeonfundraising.com.
Applicants must live in the Northwest Arkansas area.

Grant Manager (Remote)

Write On Fundraising provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Our innovative team collaborates remotely across the U.S. and is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Communication and impact fuel Write On culture – systems like #slack, Harvest, and Asana enable us to produce the best possible outcomes for our clients while providing life balance and value to team members.

The Grants Manager is an integral part of the Write On Fundraising team. In addition to serving as a representative of the company brand and mission in the community, this position is tasked with managing a team of staff and contract grant writers, ensuring outstanding customer care and client relations, and identifying a limited number of new local and regional business opportunities.

The Grants Manager role is both remote and flexible in schedule, but is expected to attend regular staff meetings via Zoom and can utilize company facilities for client and prospect meetings when necessary. The salaried position has a standard workweek of 35-40 hours and receives a co-
working membership, laptop, and a cell phone stipend. The starting salary for this position is $50,000-$65,00 based on experience. Health, vision and dental benefits are available. The Grants Manager reports to the Director of Grant Services.

Duties include:

  • Serve as primary relationship manager for clients and conduit of communication between grants team and clients
  • Manage small team of part-time, contract grant writers, ensuring optimal project management and quality control for each and every grant
  • Review and analyze all grant opportunities, identify needed resources and difficulty-level, secure and/or develop resources, and assign to team members
  • Meet regularly with designated client representative to discuss grant opportunities, report progress, cultivate program relationships, and engage in ongoing discovery
  • Proof every assignment for quality and accuracy and provide constructive feedback to writers that aligns with the unique needs and preferences of each client
  • Strictly adhere to and enforce all internal milestones and external deadlines
  • Monitor team and individual performance and provide key performance indicator reports to inform incentive distribution
  • Research, identify, and qualify grant prospects using online database subscriptions, available public data, and proprietary research methods
  • Actively solicit private foundation, corporate, and government funding on behalf of clients
  • Monitor stewardship and reporting requirements and provide outstanding service to both grantors and clients
  • Serve as a member of the management team, providing all Write On Fundraising staff and contract workers with mentorship, collaboration, and motivation
  • Research, identify, and qualify nonprofit organizations and community leaders with whom we might cultivate new relationships
  • Engage strategically in networking and community outreach activities to increase brand awareness, cultivate new relationships, and steward existing clients
  • Facilitate the development of client cases for support within 60-90 days
  • Assist the Director of Grant Services & CEO with other duties as assigned

Grant Manager performance will be evaluated on a number of key performance indicators. These might include metrics like client and team-specific metrics.

Qualifications include:

  • At least five years of grant writing experience
  • Strong interpersonal and writing skills
  • Self-motivated and comfortable working in both team and autonomous environments
  • High proficiency working with online project management and donor tools such as HarvestApp, Asana, G-Suite, Zoom, Foundation Directory, Blackbaud, eTapestry, Donor Perfect, and other Cloud-based software systems

To apply to this position, please email your resume and cover letter to jace@writeonfundraising.com

Grant Writer

Write On Fundraising provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Our innovative, national fundraising firm is based in Tulsa, OK and specializes in grant writing, annual fund, and capital campaign services.

We are rooted in a progressive remote culture that values above all else courage, customer success, equity, growth, and transparency.

Due to continued growth and expansion, Write On Fundraising is currently searching for an experienced (3+ years of grant writing) and naturally curious individual to join our remote team as a part-time, contract grant writer (flex schedule of 15-25 hours per week).

Qualified applicants will demonstrate:

  • a history of winning private, corporate and/or government grants;
  • the ability to quickly master new processes, software programs, and technology;
  • the motivation and autonomy to serve on a remote team of diverse fundraising professionals;
  • and exceptional organization and project management skills.

Previous experience working as part of a remote team is preferred.

Essential duties include working with Write On Fundraising officers to provide outstanding customer care to nonprofit organizations; research and qualify new prospects; engage in grant discovery and cultivation processes; draft and refine high-impact proposals; and create superior stewardship and reporting products.

Key performance indicators include:

  • Calendaring and time management
  • Project management and task completion
  • Client hours billed

To apply to this position, please submit cover letter and resume to our Operations Manager Jace Pavlik at jace@writeonfundraising.com

Regional Director of Development (Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Texas or Nebraska) 

Write On Fundraising provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Our innovative team collaborates remotely across the U.S. and is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Communication and impact fuel Write On culture – systems like #slack, Harvest, and Asana enable us to produce the best possible outcomes for our clients while providing life balance and value to team members.

The Regional Director of Development is an integral part of the Write On Fundraising team. In addition to serving as a representative of the company brand and mission in the community, this position is tasked with carefully analyzing complex nonprofit challenges, working with clients to implement innovative philanthropic solutions, and identifying new local and regional business opportunities.

The full-time role is both remote and flexible in schedule, but is expected to attend regular staff meetings and utilize company facilities for prospect and client meetings. Though regional, the position is expected to travel only 10-15% of the time (approximately 2-3 days per month). The Regional Director of Development reports to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Duties include:

Fund Development

  • Lead organizational and financial research for fundraising assessments, to include on-site interviews, online surveys, financial analysis, and more.
  • Utilizing the data and analysis provided by the assessments, design and present comprehensive fundraising strategies to clients.
  • Activate or facilitate approved annual fund client strategies, which might include:
    • Individual giving programs
    • Earned revenue strategies
    • Marketing deliverables
    • Board and volunteer management/development
    • Donor cultivation
    • Direct solicitation
    • Stewardship activation
    • Coaching and training
  • Serve as interim development executive for clients during periods of transition or turnover within their own organizations, helping to maintain current fundraising strategies and revenue.
  • Assist CEO in the execution of capital campaigns, to include client and volunteer relations, donor cultivation and solicitation, marketing, and administration.

Client Relations

  • Provide outstanding customer support to all clients, donors, community partners, and prospective clients through:
    • Timely and concise communication
    • Dependability
    • Collaboration
    • Creative problem solving and innovation
    • Thoughtful conflict resolution
  • Serve as a conduit of information and service for clients between Write On departments, working to identify value-added opportunities for clients and building team collaboration.

Business Development

  • Work with CEO to research, identify, and qualify nonprofit organizations and community leaders with whom Write On might cultivate new relationships.
  • Engage strategically in local and regional networking and community outreach activities to increase brand awareness, cultivate new relationships, and steward existing clients.
  • Conduct formal fundraising discovery sessions to learn about the needs of prospects and determine if they are a fit for Write On’s service offerings and culture.
  • Draft proposals for services and present solutions to prospects and decision-makers.
  • Work with Operations Team to draft contracts, secure any needed client onboarding materials, and serve as primary relationship manager and fundraising consultant for assigned accounts.

Administrative

  • Serve as a member of the leadership team, providing all Write On staff and contract workers with mentorship, collaboration, and motivation.
  • Assist the CEO with other duties as assigned.

The Regional Director of Development’s performance will be evaluated on a number of key performance indicators. These might include metrics like client satisfaction data, campaign completion rates, prospect conversion rates, contract phase conversions, and/or overall revenue development goals.

The pay range for this position is $70,000 – 85,000, depending on experience. The position includes full medical, dental, and vision benefits; generous paid time off and holidays; annual opportunities for performance-based pay increase and company bonus; professional development stipends; a co-working membership; laptop; and cell phone stipend.

Requirements include:

  • At least eight years of executive-level nonprofit fundraising experience
  • Advanced fundraising certification preferred
  • Advanced degree preferred
  • Strong interpersonal and writing skills
  • Self-motivated and comfortable working in both team and autonomous environments
  • High proficiency working with online project management and donor tools such as HarvestApp, Asana, G-Suite, Zoom, #Slack, donor CRMs, and other Cloud-based software systems.

To apply to this position, please submit cover letter and resume to our Operations Manager Jace Pavlik at jace@writeonfundraising.com