Program & Partnerships/ Grants Management

ChildFund International
  • Location
    Richmond, Virginia
  • Sector
    Non Profit
  • Experience
    Early Career / Mid Career
  • Posted
    Mar 24

Position description

The Analyst, Grants Portfolio (AGP) is responsible for managing ChildFund’s grants portfolio database and analyzing its contents to identify trends in ChildFund’s grant’s portfolio that provide data/evidence for ChildFund’s grant acquisition and managementstrategy. The AGP is responsible for maintaining the accuracy and integrity of the portfolio’s data. The AGP is responsible for the analysis and preparation of monthly grantportfolio reports for Executive Management and the Director, Grant Management. The AGP is responsible for designing, and implementing, regular Salesforce staff trainings for IO and Field based users of the Salesforce based grant management database.


  • Responsible for managing ChildFund’s grant’s portfolio database (based on theSalesforce application). Utilizes data management and analysis skills to ensure theaccuracy and integrity of the grant’s portfolio data and works with IO and Field basedgrant staff to resolve discrepancies and/or questions regarding the data in the database.

  • Analyzes ChildFund’s grant’s portfolio and identifies trends that may impactthe organization’s grants acquisition and management strategy.

  • Prepares regular monthly grant portfolio performance reports for Executive Management and prepares ad hoc reports as needed.

  • Responsible for training new grant staff in IO and COs on their use of Salesforce(ChildFund’s grant management database, known as BRIDGE).

  • Responsible for updating end user training materials (User Guide, How to Videos, Tip Sheets).

  • Works in close collaboration with ChildFund’s Salesforce system administrator to ensure that enhancements, fixes, etc. to the database are known by IT and are being addressed effectively.

  • Revises Salesforce training materials as necessary.

  • Utilizes knowledge of the grant’s portfolio to prepare ChildFund’s annual grantrevenue forecast for all COs.

• Assists ChildFund staff members who need to access grant portfolio information, grant agreement information, and organizational policy and procedures.



  • Utilizes grant’s database information to prepare ad-hoc reports, PowerPoints, graphics as needed

  • Manages the Grant Management site on ChildFund’s intranet (Sharepoint) anduploads post award grant related tools, templates, etc. and ensures that only the most recent, approved versions are loaded into Sharepoint.

  • Coordinates grant related Sharepoint activity and content with other Program & Partnership staff to avoid duplication of effort.

  • Assists Business Development Advisors and Grant Management Specialists upload Project related documentation (Quarterly and Final Reports, evaluations, etc.) to thegrant’s database.

  • Represents Grants Management Unit on organizational projects as needed.

  • Provides administrative support to and assists the Director, Grant Management, as needed.

  • Other duties as needed.


  • Minimum 3-5 years relevant experience with relational databases. Preferably,with the Salesforce CRM application; including experience in producing Reports in Salesforce.

  • Minimum of 3-5 years relevant experience with MS Sharepoint application.

  • Excellent analytical skills and the ability to interpret grant performance information from a variety of donor sources

  • Demonstrated experience in data analysis and data management with an emphasis on strategic analysis.

  • Very strong computer skills and demonstrated skills in using Microsoft Office Suite of applications.

  • Advanced MS Excel skills and ability to analyze data and produce reports and graphs in Excel.

  • Prior experience working with data visualization application(s).

  • The ability to communicate well in an international, cross-cultural work environment where clear and respectful communication is critical.

  • Demonstrated self-starter who is capable of performing at a high level with minimal supervision.

• Organized, detail oriented, team player, self-starter and results oriented individual who is flexible and maintains confidentiality.


Bachelor’s degree in information systems/technology, project management, finance orclosely related discipline or a minimum of three to five years equivalent and relevant work experience.

ChildFund International is committed to safeguarding the interests, rights, and well- being of children with whom it is in contact and to conducting its programs and operations in a manner that is safe for children.

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