We are hiring a Director of Data and Grants!

Job Description
JOB TITLE: Director of Data and Grants
HOURS: 40 hours a week/Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm/Exempt Position
SALARY & BENEFITS: $31 an hour. Generous sick and vacation time accrual; medical benefits will begin after the 90-day introductory period.
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
Overview: Reporting directly to the Executive Director (ED), the Director of Data and Grants provides project direction for agency grants and oversees Verity’s Database. The DDG must understand and be able to support
Verity’s mission and be committed to meeting Verity’s goals and objectives. The DDG must have knowledge of the dynamics and issues related to human trafficking and sexual assault, as well as victim advocacy; be familiar with the theory and provision of Rape Crisis Center prevention and intervention services; and have an understanding of program innovation, multi-disciplinary collaborative approaches, and culturally competent and diverse programs.
Summary of Responsibilities: The DDG oversees all Verity grants, with an understanding of grant requirements and data collection, from the date of implementation to the end date, ensuring grant objectives are met and all reporting deadlines are adhered to. The DDG supports the Department Managers in understanding grants funding their departments, grant requirements, data collection, and reports specific to each grant. The
DDG prepares all CalOES-related grant reports and submits Performance Measurement Tools (PMTs) reports meeting required deadlines per grant. The DDG serves as Data Administrator for Verity’s Apricot database, updating and ensuring data is entered for appropriate data collection and reporting. This position provides backup emergency coverage to the 24/7 crisis line as required by taking on after-hours Manager On Call shifts.
Job Duties:
Program Implementation and Grant Management:
  • Works with Department Managers to create and implement Verity’s grant-specific programming goals
  • Ensures Verity is meeting all grant objectives and requirements
  • Works closely with the grant writer and ED to create program goals based on grant objectives
  • Meets with Department Managers to ensure that grant objectives are being met and provides active support and training in meeting objectives as needed
  • Manages grant reporting and objectives schedule
  • Prepares and submits monthly invoices
  • Tracks Staff Functional Timesheets per CalOES Service Standards
Staff and Volunteer Training:
  • Ensures Verity’s Rape Crisis Counselor Training is meeting CalOES Service Standards
  • In collaboration with the Intervention Manager updates all training material used during Rape Crisis
Counselor Training
  • Plans and coordinates Human Relations Training (HRT) training for staff and volunteers per CalOES
Sevice Standards.
  • Tracks Continuing Education hours for staff and volunteers
  • Supports department managers and Director of Operations (DOO) in training incoming staff on
CALOES Service Standards
  • Supports the Intervention Department Manager in the planning and scheduling of Verity’s quarterly
Rape Crisis Counselor Training
Data Administration and Grant Reporting
  • Manages Verity’s Apricot database, including training of staff, upkeep of the Apricot system, and creation of new forms as required
  • Supports Department Managers in developing data collection policies
  • Provides monthly data oversight, ensuring all data is entered into Apricot in a timely manner
  • Assists Verity’s grant writer and Department Managers in creating accurate and efficient forms in order to best capture data as needed for grant reporting purposes
  • Works closely with Department Managers to complete all grant progress reports (quarterly, bi-annually, and annually)
  • Provides data to grant writer as necessary for private, foundation, corporation, and state and other grants
  • Completes quarterly CalOES Performance Measurement Tools (PMTs)
Ideal Candidate Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent career experience
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively within a team
  • Excellent interpersonal skills- works well with other staff members, community partners, and clients
  • Prior experience of grant oversight, data administration, or similar non-profit management preferred
  • Strong technical skills with the ability to learn new programs quickly; familiar with the software in
Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to prioritize, multitask, and demonstrate urgency and respect for deadlines
  • Responsible for managing confidential documentation
  • State certification within the past three years as a sexual assault counselor/advocate (if not certified, the candidate must be able to complete Verity’s Crisis Line Counselor training upon hiring)
  • Ability to pass a county background check and DOJ fingerprint check
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred but not required
TO APPLY: Please send a cover letter, resume, and Verity application via email to
Verity Applications can be downloaded at: ourverity.org/careers/
* Resumes will not be considered without a cover letter and completed Verity application
Due to COVID-19, Verity has implemented a hybrid schedule of in-office and remote work in order to prioritize the health and well-being of all employees. Verity is providing in-person services, and all staff members are required to work a minimum of two days in person.
Verity is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values a diverse workplace. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration without discrimination. Verity is committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people
from diverse backgrounds. Verity strongly encourages people of all genders, Black, Indigenous, People of Color,
members of the LGBTQ+ community, survivors of sexual and/or domestic violence, people with disabilities, veterans, and
members of traditionally marginalized groups to apply.