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Grants & Fundraising Administrative Assistant- Remote

Near IUPUI Campus- Federal Work-Study Eligible Students!

This position is limited to candidates with a Federal Work-Study award. To verify you have a Federal Work-Study award, please go to your Account -Student Center- Financials- Financial Aid Summary. If you have an award, it will be listed with the rest of your financial aid (loans, grants, scholarships, etc.). You may also email the Office of Student Financial Services at to inquire about eligibility.

General Purpose of Position:
The Grants and Fundraising Administrative Assistant is a remote work-study position with the Kheprw Institute. Under the supervision of the grants manager, the intern will be exposed to, learn about and assist the Grants Manager in managing grants, understanding how to research, write and manage a grant, using grant management software to keep track of relevant data and deadlines, and communicate with funders around the organizational mission and programming. 

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
-Entering and updating relevant information to grants management software
-Researching trends in fundraising and grants in non-profit field
-Working with grants manager and program leads to manage administrative duties.
-Helping build out curriculum for volunteer grant writers and compiling resources
-Researching background information on grants
-Writing and reviewing grant applications as needed

-Good written and verbal communication skills
-Attention to detail
-Time management
-Being able to understand and execute complex instructions
-Intermediate proficiency in the use of computer programs, apps, etc.
-Records maintenance skills.
-Information research skills.
-Willingness and openness to learning new skills
-Commitment to excellence
IUPUI Profiles of Learning for Undergraduate Success Gained:
Communicator The ability to evaluate information, be an active listener, build relationships, and convey ideas effectively.

Problem Solver The ability to think logically, collaborate with students, faculty, and staff, and be able to analyze and evaluate information.

Community Contributor The ability to show respect and engage with own and other cultural backgrounds, behave ethically and protect confidential/sensitive information at all times, and help to build a community between the faculty and students.