Nonprofit Grants Database Administrator

YWCA of Annapolis & Anne Arundel CountyArnold, MD
Paid Internship

6 months ago


Job Title

Database and Grants Administrator

Job Location

Arnold, MD 21012 (Hybrid remote)

Job Overview

The Database and Grants Administrator is responsible for developing and managing the YWCA's Social Solutions Apricot database. Working under the supervision of the Chief Operating Officer and in coordination with the Executive Management Team, the Administrator ensures a seamless flow of information throughout the organization. This role involves both backend data structure and frontend accessibility for end-users.


Pay: $28.00 - $36.00 per hour


  • Build and configure high availability and quality server and database according to organizational needs.
  • Distribute data to users in appropriate formats and in a timely manner.
  • Regularly perform tests and evaluations to ensure data security, privacy, and integrity.
  • Organize and format data for efficient query and recall processes.
  • Test and evaluate reports to ensure proper functionality.
  • Update system, applications, and implement changes as required.
  • Handle private data ethically and ensure confidentiality.
  • Provide proactive and reactive data management support and training to staff.
  • Enforce and document database policies, procedures, and standards.
  • Monitor grant submission and completion dates.
  • Research grant opportunities and collaborate with Directors on funding.
  • Manage grant expenditures and budget modifications.
  • Pull data for funder reports and develop qualitative reports.
  • Develop user-friendly reports in Apricot for agency-wide use.


  • Proven work experience with Apricot by Social Solutions; AVS package preferred.
  • Understanding of Caper and HUD Elements preferred.
  • Hands-on experience with database standards and end-user applications.
  • Excellent knowledge of data backup, recovery, security, integrity, and SQL.
  • Familiarity with database design, documentation, and coding.
  • Previous experience with DBA case tools (frontend/backend) and third-party tools.
  • Problem-solving skills and ability to think algorithmically.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently with sound judgment.
  • Ability to keep accurate records.
  • Ability to make effective educational presentations.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with clients, co-workers, and community agencies.
  • Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds.
  • Ability to bend and lift 40 pounds.
  • Commitment to the mission and vision of the YWCA.
  • Ability to maintain records according to HIPAA and YWCA standards.
  • Committed to continuous improvement.

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