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We are committed to an inclusive workplace environment that welcomes diversity.

The Foundation is a great place of employment for individuals interested in improving the lives of Yakima Valley residents.

In addition to making an impact in the region, you will receive an equitable and competitive salary and an excellent benefits package that includes health insurance; a retirement contribution, and generous and flexible paid time off. We invest in employees and support your ongoing development with professional training and educational support.

The Yakima Valley Community Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


We are seeking diverse candidates with these qualifications:

•    A quick learner and self starter - excited to learn, share ideas, and implement improvements
•    A skillful communicator who listens deeply to understand and can effectively communicate with others to develop or strengthen relationships - regardless of similarities or differences
•    An eye for detail yet able to manage multiple tasks and priorities
•    A demonstrated capacity for self-reflection
•    High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Adobe (Acrobat DC) also familiar with a database software. Ability to adapt to new technologies.

•    Ability to take part in occasional meetings and events outside of core business hours
•    Education and/or Experience:  Two-years of higher education (post secondary) and two years of administrative/office experience, or seven years of administrative/office experience

Position Summary:  The Grants and Data Administrator assists with the quality, timeliness, and consistency of all aspects of grant and data management, including donor, fund holder, board, and committee data. The Grants and Data Administrator provides administrative support for grant processing, including tracking grants made by the Foundation and obtaining and maintaining reports required from grantees. The Grants and Data Administrator also ensures that all grant-related business processes reflect the needs of grantees and the values of the Foundation. The Administrator will be responsible for CRM data related to donors, funding partners, and local nonprofits and will be responsible for helping to develop and maintain relationships with grantees, donors, volunteers, funders, and partners. The Grants and Data Administrator reports to the President and CEO and works closely with the grants, programs, and finance teams. 

This is a full-time, non-exempt position. Starting salary range $50,500-$62,000.


Please apply by sending your resume and cover letter to info@yakimavalleycf.org by June 25, 2021.



111 University Parkway, Suite 102
Yakima, WA 98901


Phone: 509-457-7616
Fax: 509-457-7625
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