Full time, exempt position

Health (partial payment), dental, and vision
Generous Vacation and Holiday Allowances

Metro Headquarters


Peace Over Violence is interested in hiring a skillful writer and strategic thinker to be the Grants and Compliance Manager. This person will work as a member of the organization’s development team under the supervision of the Executive Director. The GCM is responsible for research, writing, and submitting grant proposals, as well as ensuring integration of awards into the organization and fulfilling compliance requirements for grant awards with both private and public funders. The GCM is expected to cultivate relationships with foundations and government entities; design program goals, strategies and budgets; and write/submit government and foundation grants in conjunction with program needs and staff requirements.    


Fund Development 

  • Researches funding sources for the organization

  • Compiles quarterly funding strategy, including potential resources, timeline and organizational needs

  • Participates in program development aimed toward grant proposal submissions 

  • Engages with funders to build relationships and opportunities for funding

Grant Writing

  • Designs, writes, submits grant proposals for both foundation and government grants

  • Writes, submits and tracks LOIs

  • Works with the appropriate staff teams to plan, budget, write and submit grant proposals

  • Works with fiscal staff to create budgets for grant submission

  • Designs scope of work, logic models, evaluation strategy or other supporting documents for grants

  • Maintains registration and current passwords for, SAM, cybergrant sites, etc.

  • Supervises grant writing consultants, as necessary

Grants Compliance and Administration

  • Maintains records and files of grant application submissions

  • Reviews, maintains records for all grant award contracts

  • Ensures contract compliance is met with funders

  • Orients project staff post-grant awards to ensure thorough communication of objectives, activities, deliverables of grant awards

  • Maintains reporting timelines to ensure requirements and deadlines are met by fiscal and program staff

  • Participates in agency budgeting process 


  • Ability to think and write strategically about programs and services

  • In-depth understanding of both intervention and prevention methods regarding interpersonal violence issues

  • Able to research foundation and government funding resources 

  • Excellent problem solving, writing, research and speaking skills

  • Knowledge of foundation and government funding agencies

  • Knowledge of budgeting procedures and methodology

  • Ability to supervise administrative and fiscal staff and consultants

  • Thorough understanding of the legal, administrative, and operational needs of non-profit organizations 

  • Ability to work on deadlines

  • Excellent attention to detail and systems

  • Ability to get along well with a diverse group of people and to feel comfortable working with LA's diverse communities

  • Ability to multitask without loss of focus

  • Master’s or bachelor’s degree in public health, public administration, social work or related field

  • Three to five years of experience in writing and securing grants


Peace Over Violence encourages applicants from a diverse pool of candidates including candidates of color, candidates with disabilities, candidates who identify with the LGBTQ community and others.

Applicants may submit a resume and cover letter to:
Peace Over Violence
Attn: Cathy Friedman, Associate Director
Peace Over Violence, 1015 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90017


No phone calls, please

Peace Over Violence is a equal employment opportunity employe