Overview

Job Opening:  Director of Grants and Fund Development

The Sky Center/NMSIP has an exceptional career opportunity for an experienced and highly collaborative Director of Grants and Fund Development. This part-time, approximately 25 hours per week position, will play a key role in the strategic vision of this highly regarded youth suicide prevention and training center in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  The Sky Center’s core values of hope and love form the foundation of its work with youth, families, and the communities of northern New Mexico.

The Director of Grants and Fund Development is responsible for writing all grant applications, implementing and maintaining contract agreements and contract compliance; identifying new funding streams, including individual donor cultivation; generating donor communications; and executing special events and fundraising campaigns.  In addition, this position provides leadership, and inspires and guides the Board of Directors in fundraising efforts. The ideal candidate must have proven experience with non-profit grant writing and fund management along with a full range of development skills. Excellent writing and meticulous organization are essential to this key position. Salary range will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Benefits include, vacation pay, retirement, and health insurance.

To apply, please e-mail resume and cover letter to the Executive Director Apryl Miller, apryl@skycenter.nmsip.org.  For more information about our programs and services please visit skycenter.nmsip.org

To apply for this job email your details to apryl@skycenter.nmsip.org

About The Sky Center/ NM Suicide Intervention Project

The Sky Center is the primary hub where the programming of the New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project (NMSIP), takes place.
We provide a full range of prevention, intervention and postvention services to address the complex range of issues that contribute to elevated risk for youth suicide