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Position Overview

Our Grant Writer opening is an on-site hourly part-time position that reports to the Development Manager.

Essential Duties

  • Draft compelling and persuasive grant proposals, detailing the needs, objectives, budget, and anticipated outcomes
  • Interpret and adhere to grant application guidelines and/or specified requirements
  • Current grant opportunities are government funded (NEA, SFAC, WESTAF, etc.) but may also include several researched foundations
  • Submit completed grant applications in a timely manner, avoiding extension requests
  • Update an existing spreadsheet of grant submissions, including dates, outcomes, feedback and any reports that are required from awarded grants


  • Proven grant writing experience with exceptional organization, communication, and time-management skills
  • A background in music is highly preferred
  • Knowledge of the local performing arts and/or Santa Fe Pro Musica is desired
  • Technological proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel) and Google Docs is essential
  • Wage is competitive and dependent on experience

To apply, please submit your cover letter, resume, and two recent writing samples to dreger@sfpromusica.org.



Santa Fe Pro Musica is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity, and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees who represent the community we serve.

Santa Fe Pro Musica was founded in 1980 by oboist Thomas O’Connor and flutist Carol Redman. Their early ensemble, characterized as “a roving band of troubadours,” has evolved over four decades into a three-part performance platform including an Orchestra Series in the Lensic Performing Arts Center; a String Quartet Series presenting world-renowned string quartets in St. Francis Auditorium; and a Baroque Ensemble Series in the historic Loretto Chapel. GRAMMY nominated Pro Musica is widely recognized for performance excellence and innovative programming, presenting the traditional classical masterworks alongside exciting contemporary works.