Careers at Our Amazing Place
Amazing Kids. Amazing Place. At The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh, we’ve built our legacy on being “amazing.” After more than a century of the highest quality care and service to children and their families, we’re forever proud of our team members who don’t just make a career here – they make a difference.
We’re proud to offer generous benefits to our team members. Regular full-time team members are eligible for the following benefits:
- Medical, Dental, Vision & Life insurance
- Paid Time Off & Holidays
- 403b Plan-Retirement
- Short and Long Term Disability
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Wellness program
- Student Loan Refinancing Program
- Employee Recognition Events
- Tuition reimbursement
- Career development
The Corporate, Foundation and Government Relations Manager is responsible for generating revenue from corporations, foundations and government sources by developing and implementing an appropriate strategic plan. This is accomplished by identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding funders.
- Personally identifies, cultivates, solicits and stewards corporate, foundation and government donor prospects for philanthropic support of The Children’s Institute, with annual goals for visits and funds raised. A minimum of 50% of The Children’s Institute annual philanthropic support will come from corporations, foundations and government sources.
- Assumes personal responsibility for a portfolio of current and prospective foundation, corporate and government funders:
- Develops appropriate strategy in consultation with Director of Development, prioritizes opportunities, and implements plan to foster philanthropic relationships with corporations, foundations and government funders.
- Leads the research and development of all grant proposals and reports to corporations, foundations and government sources:
- Works closely with The Children’s Institute’s accounting staff to ensure the proper spending and reporting of all active grants
- Manages institutional efforts to grow and expand government funding opportunities and serves as primary liaison with lobbyists.
- Provides support to the President and CEO, Chief External Relations Officer and Director of Development—including scheduling meetings and preparing research profiles.
BA in Communications, English, Government, Nonprofit Management or other related field required, Advanced degree preferred. Three to five years minimum experience in development, with corporate, foundation and government fundraising experience preferred. Understanding of development, with a demonstrated record of successful grant writing. Ability and means to travel to external appointments on a flexible schedule as needed.
Act 33/34 Clearances; FBI Clearance
The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We serve a diverse population of children and families, and we want our workforce to reflect that same diversity. We want all interested individuals to feel welcome in applying for a career at our amazing place – we can’t wait to meet you!
The Children’s Institute does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, religious creed, AIDS or HIV status, disability, ancestry, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, union membership, or veteran/military status in employment.
To apply for this job email your details to Allison.O'Malley@amazingkids.org