Reporting to the Project Director, the Grants and Operations Manager is an innovator and sharp process management expert who is responsible for building grant management systems and processes for a multimillion-dollar portfolio for the Beyond Carbon Fund and Beyond Carbon Action Fund. The systems will ensure accuracy in tracking outgoing grants, compliance with relevant laws, validity in quantifiable reporting, and efficiency in information sharing across the organization and with key partners. This position will respond to requests from funders and grantees, and work closely with NVF and STF, as well as maintain an internal operations budget. The Grants and Operations Manager’s work will directly impact some of the most effective policy, advocacy, legal, and political campaigns in the climate space, making tangible progress towards our nation’s climate needs.


About Beyond Carbon Fund and Beyond Carbon Action Fund

Beyond Carbon Fund is a project of New Venture Fund (NVF), a 501(c)(3) public charity that incubates new and innovative public-interest projects and grant-making programs. Beyond Carbon Action Fund is a project of Sixteen Thirty Fund (STF), a 501(c)(4) social welfare organization that helps nonprofit projects advocate for the change they are trying to make in the world. Beyond Carbon Fund and Beyond Carbon Action Fund are supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

The Beyond Carbon campaign is a nationwide initiative of Bloomberg Philanthropies aimed at ending our dependence on fossil fuels and advancing the transition to a 100% clean energy economy. Building off the success of Beyond Coal, the Beyond Carbon campaign provides quality data and research, works with state leaders to advance clean energy policy, and supports grassroots organizations and litigation efforts aimed at putting a halt to the expansion of methane gas plants. Beyond Carbon Fund and Beyond Carbon Action Fund are working with Beyond Carbon and advocates around the country to build on the leadership and climate progress underway in our states, cities, and communities to maximize the progress on climate change.