Learning and Community Impact Grants Manager

The Scattergood Foundation believes major disruption is needed to build a stronger, more effective, compassionate, and inclusive society where behavioral health is central. We approach our work with humility and strive to share power responsibly while being unrelenting advocates for practices that advance equity for all. At the Foundation, we THINK, DO, and SUPPORT in order to shift the paradigm and practice for behavioral health, and recognize the unique spark and basic dignity in every human.

The Scattergood Foundation organizes our work in three main areas:

THINK: We curate thought leadership from leading experts in the areas of behavioral health, philanthropy, advocacy, and policy. The Foundation provides a platform for individuals and organizations to present disruptive ideas and theories which challenge the status quo in behavioral health.

DO: We provide a variety of technical assistance and consulting services to grantees and partners. Foundation staff shares their experience and expertise to build capacity within organizations to meet their goals and deliver on their mission.

SUPPORT: We support programs financially through four mechanisms: our grant portfolio, participatory funds, Policy Meets Practice, and program related investments.


The Learning & Community Impact Grants Manager will provide contract, grantmaking and operational management to assigned participatory grantmaking programs. They will carry out a wide variety of duties to support the implementation of several participatory grantmaking programs.

The position will require a strong knowledge of the Scattergood Foundation’s administrative policies and practices, as well as working knowledge of the content areas of assigned participatory grantmaking programs. They will be responsible for the management of the Foundation’s participatory grantmaking programs and will work in close collaboration with programmatic staff across the lifecycle of each program. The ideal candidate will have strong attention to detail, strong organizational and problem-solving skills, be grantee service oriented, and enjoy supporting the Foundation’s overall mission and vision. They will be able to work independently and as a part of a team to coordinate programmatic efforts.


$55,000 - $65,000


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  • Kevin Perez
    published this page in Job Board 2023-01-25 11:58:44 -0500