The Primary Care Coalition offers a rewarding work environment for people who share our values of collaboration, integrity, innovation, and excellence and wish to channel their efforts toward improving health equity in our community. Our organization provides substantial opportunities for growth and professional development at all career levels. The PCC is an equal opportunity employer and offers a full benefits package to eligible employees, including medical, dental, disability and life insurance, a retirement plan, commuter benefits, and generous paid time off.

Job Openings >> Grants Writer/Sr. Development Coordinator (Full-Time)
Grants Writer/Sr. Development Coordinator (Full-Time)
Title:Grants Writer/Sr. Development Coordinator (Full-Time)
Job Type:Exempt (salaried)
Salary Range:$54.000-$62,000
The Primary Care Coalition, a $25M/year nonprofit founded in1993, seeks a Grants Writer/Senior Development Coordinator.  This position will work closely with the External Affairs, Finance, and Program teams. This role is responsible for sourcing, compiling, writing, and editing reports, proposals, articles, appeals and other content working in collaboration with program managers and directors from across the organization. 

If you are a writer seeking opportunities to hone your skills and work on an array of writing projects from grant proposals to fundraising appeals to social media posts, then this position may be for you. The role requires a collaborative mindset, strong project management skills, and outstanding writing capabilities. 

Writing sample required to be submitted with application. The sample should be 1-2 pages in length (excerpts from a longer piece are fine). It may have undergone outside editing but should reflect the writing style and skills you would bring to this role. The best samples will be concise and compelling, with a clear point of view and an active voice. Your ability to frame an issue persuasively is more important than the formality or other specifics of the piece. 

Telework: This position is eligible for hybrid remote work. Must reside in the following five states and District of Columbia: MD, VA, WVA, DE, PA. & DC.  Relocation costs are not provided.

Essential Duties

1) Write Proposals and Reports
• Coordinate the proposal development process.  Set a schedule and checklist of requirements, communicate deadlines with program and finance teams to ensure application/proposal is submitted on-time and in compliance with RFP/RFI requirements.
• Develop and maintain boilerplate program descriptions and funding histories for use across grant applications.
• Compile and polish grant applications and grant reports into winning proposals and compelling reports to funders that creatively convey the mission and impact of the PCC.
2) Manage and write online content
• Maintain social media content calendar; schedule Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn posts; and manage comments/messages during work hours.
• Coordinate with PCC program staff to identify content, and write and produce posts.
• Update PCC’s website as needed, including adding newsletter posts at least monthly.
• Contribute editorial support to PCC external communications, as time allows.

3) Maintain development database
• Process online donations and enter donations received by mail to donor database.
• Coordinate donor acknowledgments and gift receipts.
• Maintain database quality through routine cleaning.
• Report regularly on indicators from the donor database.

Additional Duties

• Assist with transition to a new CRM database.
• Support PCC events and marketing campaigns as needed.
• Lead annual Mary C. Jackson Award nomination and selection process.
• Participate fully and collaboratively in staff and team management work groups. 
• Represent PCC in a professional and informed manner to maintain and establish key donor, foundation, and business contacts and connections.
• Together with all PCC staff, share responsibility for ensuring all organization activities and operations are carried out in compliance with local, state and federal regulations and laws governing business operations.
• Perform other duties as assigned and as requested.

Skills and Abilities

• Strong interpersonal skills. Able to interact effectively and build collaborative relationships with stakeholders and colleagues. Able to communicate effectively with diverse colleagues, partners, and funders.
• Superb written and verbal communication. 
• Demonstrated organizational and time management skills, with strong attention to detail. Project management experience a plus.
• Highly motivated, with the ability to work in a team as well as independently. 
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office 365 (Teams, Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint).  
• Proficiency in Canva or similar drag-and-drop design platform. 
• Proficiency with WYSWYG website content management systems.
• Familiarity with logic models and SMART objectives.
• Experience working with donor database systems. 
• Spanish language skills a plus, but not required.
• Experience working with federal grants reporting systems preferred. 
• Experience working in a safety-net health and/or social services environment a plus.

Education and Experience

• A Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent work experience. 
• One to two years of nonprofit development experience required, including demonstrated success in grant writing.

Telework and Work Hours

This job is approved for telework, when activities do not require a physical presence. This position is expected to regularly attend in-person staff meetings at the PCC headquarters, as well as Board and committee meetings and PCC events, which may require working outside of regular business hours. 

ADA Requirements

This job operates in a professional office environment. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Requires ability to travel within Montgomery County to attend meetings.  
• This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, telephones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.
• This is largely a sedentary role; however, some filing may be required. This would require the ability to lift files, open filing cabinets and bend or stand as necessary.
• Requires ability to learn new software applications as necessary.
• Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds.


This job description indicates in general the nature and levels of work, knowledge, skills, abilities and other essential functions (as covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act) expected of an incumbent. It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities required of an incumbent. An incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required.

PCC is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
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