Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. (Con Edison), Orange & Rockland Utilities (O&R), and Consolidated Edison Transmission (CET) employees are required to follow health, safety, and environmental policies, EEO, Standards of Business Conduct, and all other applicable company policy and procedures. We all share a responsibility to advance the company’s mission by excelling at our three corporate priorities – safety of our people and the public, operational excellence in all that we do, and ensuring the best possible customer experience.
- Work in-office at Con Edison's Manhattan Headquarters a minimum of 3 days per week.
- Lead the development and implementation of a grantmaking strategy to identify, fund and build partnerships with community-based organizations working on social justice issues to break down gender, racial and economic barriers in ways that are consistent with Con Edison's priority areas.
- Work will include staying abreast of relevant issues, trends, and policy developments, building, and maintaining close relationships with grantee organizations, soliciting, and reviewing proposals, recommending, and evaluating grants, and participating in funder collaboratives.
- Establish methods for measuring and evaluating the impact and outcomes of partnerships, that fit with Con Edison's objectives.
- Review and interpret program data and tell a story about what the data means for Con Edison's impact on our communities.
- Develop requests for proposals for special initiatives.
- Manage relationships with diverse internal and external stakeholders working in the social justice space and represent the company at events and on committees as appropriate.
- Work across portfolios to help advance the overall effectiveness of the entire grantmaking program and processes, develop overarching grantmaking documents, processes, and strategies.
- Bachelor's Degree and 6 years' work experience in philanthropy and grants management, with a demonstrated passion for supporting community organizations breaking down gender, racial and economic barriers.
- Master's Degree in public administration/policy, or related field.
Relevant Work Experience
- Demonstrates understanding of diverse communities across Con Edison's service territory. Required
- Experience working with nonprofit or community-based organizations breaking down gender, racial and economic barriers across Con Edison's Service Territory. Required
- Experience working on community engagement and policy solutions to create pathways to equity and inclusion across New York City. Required
- Ability to identify programmatic crossover within Con Edison's portfolio areas and operational priorities. Required
- Experience conducting due diligence and evaluating nonprofit capacity. Required
- Experience building and managing relationships with external partner organizations. Required
- Deep knowledge of national, state, and local organizations working on social justice issues. Required
- Experience with data analysis and program evaluation. Required
- Excellent analytical and critical thinking abilities and exceptional research, writing, and presentation skills. Required
- Strong project, time management, and organization skills, as well as an ability to meet demanding deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Required
- Strong interpersonal skills, judgment, and humility. Required
- Fluent in Microsoft Office suite. Required
- Experience with Benevity or other grantmaking databases. Preferred
Licenses & Certifications
- Driver's License Required
Other Physical Demands
- Must be able to respond to Company emergencies by performing a System Emergency Assignment to restore service to our customers.
- Must be able and willing to travel within Company service territory, as needed.
- Must be able to work flexible work hours.
Technical Difficulty Statement
Equal Opportunity Employer
Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. (Con Edison), Orange & Rockland Utilities (O&R), and Consolidated Edison Transmission (CET) are equal opportunity employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of the individual’s actual or perceived disability, protected veteran status, race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship, domestic violence victim status, or any other actual or perceived status protected by law.