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Fantasy Theatre Factory

Miami, FL, United States

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Grants Administrator


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Miami, FL, United States


Grants Administrator



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Job Description:

Fantasy Theatre Factory at the Sandrell Rivers Theater in Miami Florida Seeks a Full-Time, In-Office Grants Administrator
Job Description: Duties of the Grants Administrator include all aspects of grants administration (grant writing, reporting, closeout, etc.) for 10-12 established/on-going company grant programs at State, County and local levels, and private foundations, in addition to identifying, researching and applying for new grant, foundation and corporate sponsorship opportunities. Once fully established, this position will administer up to 25 grant/foundation/corporate sponsorship programs. This position works in close coordination with the Executive Artistic Director/CEO in the application, administration and reporting on all company grants and sponsorships. This is a 40-hour per week, full-time, in-office position. This is a position with strong salary growth potential based on performance.
Salary Range: $45,000 - $50,000 salaried with employer supported medical, dental, vision, paid vacation, holidays, and sick leave.
Application Window: 9/1/2022 – 10/31/2022.
Position Open: 10/3/2022
Interested candidates should apply at include a cover letter and resume with your application.
Fantasy Theatre Factory is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
More About Fantasy Theatre Factory:
Fantasy Theatre Factory (FTF) is a 501(c)3 Not-for-Profit Theater, established in 1978 and incorporated in 1982. FTF is the managing operator of the Sandrell Rivers Theater (SRT), a state of the art black box theater in Miami. FTF also has an extensive, state-wide and international touring operation.
With over 40-years of excellence in the arts, Fantasy Theatre Factory is the gold standard for professional theater in South Florida. FTF places its greatest programmatic emphasis on Theater for Young Audiences (TYA); FTF TYA programs utilize professional adult performers who provide quality cultural programming for children and family audiences. FTF's TYA programs place a primary focus on childhood literacy and ecology. Other focus areas of programming include: fitness, history, diversity, self-esteem, peer pressure and bullying prevention. FTF also produces cultural arts workshop residency programs that serve at-risk youth, children with disabilities and general population students.
In addition to its TYA programming, FTF also offers a robust programming lineup for general populations, featuring something for everyone with its diverse new programs at the Sandrell Rivers Theater, including Sunshine Jazz Organization Monthly Concert Series that provides local jazz musicians a performance opportunity; The Moth StorySLAM, a community-focused, open-mic storytelling competition in which anyone can share a five-minute story on the night’s theme; an art exhibition series which aims to provide South Florida artists with greater exposure and visibility entitled Art@SRT; a new play competition, where playwrights can have their new works performed as staged readings in front of live audiences, called New Year, New Works! (NYNW); and our Cultural Arts Partnership (CAP) program which invites emerging arts organizations to partner with FTF on the presentation of their work at the Sandrell Rivers Theater with traditional rental barriers removed.
FTF also provides theater rentals at the Sandrell Rivers Theater, for diverse community organizations to perform and present in. The Sandrell Rivers Theater has three beautiful performance spaces, the Main Stage Black Box Theater, the Dance Rehearsal Studio and the Multipurpose Room; these state-of-the-art, diverse spaces provide spaces for companies of any size budget.
FTF also produces world class special event entertainment. FTF specialty acts include: jugglers, stilt-walkers, magicians, balloon artists, unicyclists, puppeteers, giant puppets, strolling interactive characters and much more!
Each season FTF produces well over 500 programs which reach over 150,000 people all across South Florida, the entire state and internationally. 

Job Requirements:

The ideal candidate should have 2+ years of experience in related fields (grants, administration, arts and culture, fund-raising, not-for-profit, etc.), have a BA/BS degree (preferred but not required), possess strong written and verbal skills, be fully proficient with computers/technology and with the Microsoft suite of programs (Word, Excel, etc.), and have a passion for the arts and culture. Applicants with work samples of written proposals, or other work demonstrating their writing abilities should include those samples at the time of application.