National Church Residences

Grants Coordinator

Job ID
Regular Full-Time
Location : Address
2245 North Bank Drive


The Grants Coordinator will serve under the direction of the Grants Administrator. The primary responsibility of this position will be supporting, enhancing, and writing grants for the Enhanced Service Coordination program for the Department of Support Services.




  • Following National Church Residences grant process, specifically related to HUD Service Coordination.
  • Overseeing existing grants, ensuring HUD has the requested documents to process renewals.
  • Participating in the review process of funding requests and assisting with providing information back to sites.
  • Developing a system for ensuring reports to funders is completed in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Assist with the communication/grant writing process for requested program funding through the Department of Support Services with grant writers.
  • Work cooperatively with grant writers to obtain needed data/information for proposal writing and submission.
  • Work with the Development team in writing support services plans for Low Income Housing Tax Credit applications, describing the vital services provided in our senior housing.
  • Monitor support services plans awarded to Low Income Tax Credit sites.
  • Provide grant writing and maintenance support to the Foundations team through collaboration on reports and data
  • Become a subject matter expert on the Home for Life model and grants that follow this model 




  • Strong working knowledge of grants and grant processes
  • A basic understanding of HUD and Service Coordinator funding
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong computer aptitude and ability to utilize effectively all Microsoft Office programs, i.e. Excel, Access, Word, Power Point and Outlook.



Education:       Associates Degree required; Bachelor’s degree preferred.


Experience:     1-2 years relevant experience.



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