Grants & Information Management Manager

Posting Date: 09/12/2017
Job Category: Fundraising/Development/Grantseeking
Organization: 1965
City Position is located: Southfield
Position Description (include how to apply):


Responsible for the management of Chapter awarded grants, contracts, and designated major gifts to include participation in program implementation, program evaluation, program tracking (both programmatically and financially), contract/funder compliance, and program reporting.

Responsible for the oversight of Chapter tracking systems, data collection implementation, monitoring of collected data, system user training, and system mining for all Chapter services.

The Grants and Information Manager reports directly to the President/CEO. 


  • Degree preferred in a related field or equivalent work and education experience, 3 year’s experience in grants management and information systems,
  • Ability to assist in the design and implementation of data tracking systems to meet the needs of the agency and agency funders,
  • Ability to comprehend complicated contract language and represent the agency to funders on contract negotiations
  • Ability to work as a member of multiple teams including heading up teams as appropriate for new grant implementation, data collection, etc,
  • Excellent written, verbal and electronic communications skills,
  • Demonstrated capacity to identify, contact and work with area service providers, funding agencies and consumers in both the public and private sectors to coordinate and modify services in the interest of aiding those affected by Alzheimer’s disease,
  • Ability to effectively provide supervision for staff and coordinate multiple program reporting activities at scattered program sites,
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and knowledge of Google Apps Suite,
  • Experience providing high quality, effective information management training to persons at a wide-variety of skill levels
  • Good interpersonal and professional skills including but not limited to professional appearance, tact, punctuality and dependability 

Resume: Alzheimer’s Association – Greater Michigan Chapter

 Attention: Paul Kappen

 25200 Telegraph Road, Suite 100

 Southfield, MI 48033


 Fax:  248-799-4196

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