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Full-time Grant Manager
Published at 30.05.2018 - Viewed: 372 times - eQualitie (Worldwide/Remote)

  • Job Location: Montreal, Quebec (possibility of working remotely)
  • Job Type: Full-time (35 hours per week)
  • Salary: 66,000 US per year
  • Posting Date: May 21st 2018
  • Deadline for Applications: May 31st 2018

Job Description

eQualit.ie is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Grant Manager to help the organization grow and meet its objectives for defending human rights in the digital domain. Working within the operations team, you will help steer a not-for-profit organization and its dedicated staff towards successful delivery of projects and contribute to building an ethical and inclusive working environment. The grant manager drives organizational compliance for contractual agreements between eQualit.ie and its donors. This includes legal, financial, human resource and internal policy requirements. He/she is responsible for coordinating timely and accurate reporting to project funders.

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Manage administrative, legal and financial activities for contractual grant agreements and scheduled audits
  • Liaise with management and funders on project implementation and ensure accurate project reporting
  • Ensure financial systems and internal controls are in compliance with corporate and funder requirements
  • Collaborate with bookkeeper and accountant on project ledgers to ensure reporting reconciliations
  • Prepare financial statements and supporting documentation for accountants, donors, and external auditors
  • Develop and help implement financial, administrative, and human resources policies, procedures and practices
  • Support the organization in project development proposals

Essential skills for the position (in order of importance)

  • Detail: responsibilities call for a good deal of precision, so you have a keen eye for all parts of the whole and take care with the fine print as much as the big picture
  • Focus: new tasks come along quickly, and you are ready to pick them up and push them through as they roll in
  • Priorities: as you juggle tasks, you keep an eye on deadlines and time lines and can determine how to order tasks
  • Balance: you feel a sense of accomplishment when the numbers add up
  • Communication: policies are only as useful as they are well explained, so you are adept at expressing expectations and liaising with the team as questions and requests come in
  • Independence: you problem-solve your way through issues and request support as necessary

Skills that will be considered favourably towards your application

  • Knowledge and experience of accounting and book-keeping practices for non-profit org administration
  • Knowledge of the non-profit grant procurement and reporting processes
  • A shared spirit of working in a team driven by defending and promoting human rights in the digital domain
  • Knowledge of donors supporting Internet freedom projects
  • Willingness and ability to travel, work remotely, and collaborate with others in a remote-first company
  • Surprise skills that would be useful in this multi-faceted role
  • French and/or other languages a plus

About us

eQualit.ie is a small company run on not-for-profit principles. Our goal and motivation is to promote and protect human rights in the digital age. We solve complex technical problems for improving digital defenses, introducing privacy to online activity, enabling freedom of expression and association.

Our staff receive contributions to private health care, contributions to renting co-working spaces and follow a 35-hour week. eQualitie invests in continual education and supports our staff efforts in promoting civil activism through the use of digital technology.

How to apply

Please send your resume and a cover letter explaining how your experience and motivation match our requirements.

eQualit.ie welcomes applicants from all backgrounds. We are a remote-first company and offer flexible working arrangements. We are keen to hear from people who consider themselves under-represented in the software, technology or FLOSS communities – even if they feel they meet only some of our needs. You can read more about our principles here: https://equalit.ie/equalit-ie-manifesto