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Department of Justice OVW Grant Manager

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Macalester College is seeking to hire a Grants Manager to coordinate all aspects of the implementation of the Department of Justice’s Office of Violence Against Women grant awarded to the college for the period of October 1, 2021-September 30, 2024. 


This position is 0.75 full time for the duration of the grant and will work closely with Health & Wellness/Sexual Respect, Title IX and nondiscrimination, Department of Multicultural Life, International Student Programs, Center for Religious and Spiritual Life, Public Safety, Residential Life as well as community partners. 


Facilitate a Community Coordinated Response:

  • Provide a comprehensive coordinated community approach involving members from the external and internal memorandum of understandings (MOUs) in coordination with Title IX Coordinator and Director of Health Promotion and Sexual Respect. 
  • Schedule meetings, coordinate communication, and develop pathways that can remain post-grant.  
  • Coordinate shared training opportunities for campus community members engaged in responding to and preventing sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking.


Prevention and Intervention:

  • Collaborate with the Director of Health Promotion and Sexual Respect in the development of and/or adapt and provide developmental, culturally appropriate, and linguistically accessible print and electronic materials to address both prevention of and response to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual violence, and stalking.
  • Develop and adapt population-specific strategies and projects for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking for traditionally de-centered populations on campus.


Grant Administration: 

  • Support grant implementation activities.
  • Draft interim and final grant reports.
  • Serve as primary liaison with Office of Violence Against Women. 
  • Coordinate team travel to and attend five technical assistance training meetings in Washington DC. 
  • If appropriate, lead grant renewal efforts.



  • Perform needs assessment to determine needs and opportunities related to internal and external collaboration, training, and communication for prevention and response.
  • Coordinate with Institutional Research on relevant climate surveys.
  • Work with Public Safety and Environmental Health & Safety to develop a plan for on-going assessment of physical safety on campus.
  • Collaborate on program evaluation of prevention programming.


  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s or other advanced degree preferred. 
  • Understand dynamics of sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking on college campuses.
  • Experience with Title IX, primary prevention training, victim/survivor advocacy work, grants etc. 
  • Ability to manage a complex set of projects with coordination of both internal (college) and external (community) partners. 
  • Ability to synthesize process and outcomes for interim and final grant reports; ability to strategize coordination between internal (college) and external (community) partners.


Compensation & Benefits: 

This position is 0.75 with a grant appointed salary of $44,000 for the year. Additionally, this role offers access to Macalester’s full benefits package. 


Application Guidelines


For consideration, please submit your cover letter and resume as one PDF through the Macalester Employment Opportunities website. Priority will be given to applicants that apply by November 22nd and the position will be posted until filled. All inquiries about this position should be directed to:


Jaclyn Howard

Talent Acquisition Manager

[email protected]


Macalester College - Institutional Overview

Since its founding in 1874, Macalester has provided students with the inspiration, insight, and experience to become successful and ethical leaders. Located in St. Paul, Minnesota, Macalester enrolls nearly 2,100 students who come from virtually every state and 91 countries. Macalester is committed to being a preeminent liberal arts college known for its high standards of scholarship and its special emphasis on internationalism, multiculturalism, and service to society.Macalester is proud of its longstanding commitment to social justice and creating a safe environment for all people regardless of sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship status, gender, religion, age, or ability. Macalester is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic staff committed to working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from everyone who would add richness to our community, including people of color, individuals with disabilities and women.BenefitsMacalester employees enjoy a fantastic benefits package and working environment that is second to none. Please visit for more information about benefits at Macalester College.Our Commitment to Safety in response to COVID-19:For the safety of our community, Macalester requires all employees to have received a COVID-19 vaccine. Should a newly hired employee be unable to receive the vaccination for either medical or religious reasons we offer accommodations and assistance.Questions or concerns about this process should be directed to Bob Graf, Director of Employment Services, at [email protected]


Working for Macalester College 

Since its founding in 1874, Macalester has provided students the inspiration, insight and experience to become successful and ethical leaders. Classes are taught by faculty whose passion is teaching and whose scholarship gains national recognition.
Two great cities at your doorstep. Macalester is nestled in a lovely, residential neighborhood–minutes from downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis–which offers students a wealth of internship opportunities in business, finance, medicine, government, law, the arts, and more.

Macalester students are citizens of over 90 countries.

Our faculty earned their advanced degrees from some of the best schools in the world, and they remain thought-leaders in their fields

Macalester students enjoy a wealth of resources for research on and off campus–specialized laboratories, libraries, museum collections, distinct population groups for surveys, even a natural history center. Often students undertake research that makes real contributions to their discipline. They publish papers in scholarly journals, participate in conferences, and provide analysis for policy makers and real-world use.


Macalester is committed to being a preeminent liberal arts college with an educational program known for its high standards for scholarship and its special emphasis on internationalism, multiculturalism, and service to society.

Statement of Purpose and Belief

At Macalester College we believe that education is a fundamentally transforming experience. As a community of learners, the possibilities for this personal, social, and intellectual transformation extend to us all. We affirm the importance of the intellectual growth of the students, staff and faculty through individual and collaborative endeavor. We believe that this can best be achieved through an environment that values the diverse cultures of our world and recognizes our responsibility to provide a supportive and respectful environment for students, staff and faculty of all cultures and backgrounds.

We expect students to develop a broad understanding of the liberal arts while they are at Macalester. Students should follow a primary course of study in order to acquire an understanding of disciplinary theory and methodology; they should be able to apply their understanding of theories to address problems in the larger community. Students should develop the ability to use information and communication resources effectively, be adept at critical, analytical and logical thinking, and express themselves well in both oral and written forms. Finally, students should be prepared to take responsibility for their personal, social and intellectual choices.

We believe that the benefit of the educational experience at Macalester is the development of individuals who make informed judgments and interpretations of the broader world around them and choose actions or beliefs for which they are willing to be held accountable. We expect them to develop the ability to seek and use knowledge and experience in contexts that challenge and inform their suppositions about the world. We are committed to helping students grow intellectually and personally within an environment that models and promotes academic excellence and ethical behavior. The education a student begins at Macalester provides the basis for continuous transformation through learning and service.

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