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An exciting opportunity to help shape a brand voice for the next generation! St. Joseph Notre Dame is a diverse, college preparatory, Catholic high school looking for a part-time Copywriter/Social Media Manager to help craft authentic, engaging content across social media and digital platforms. 

The Copywriter/Social Media Manager will report directly to the Director of Marketing and Communications and will be responsible for sourcing, developing and distributing school, student, and alumni stories. You should possess a solid grasp on current trends, excellent writing skills and a strong empathy for others. 

Responsibilities include: 


  • Manage day-to-day functions of Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

  • Identify, interpret, and capitalize on social media trends

  • Create engaging content that converts to website traffic and drives admissions inquiries

  • Build and maintain relationships with thought leaders and the community via social media platforms

  • Collaborate with school departments to develop stories and give support to their initiatives

  • Write and publish organic content on our website following SEO best practices. This involves interviewing, editing and writing blogs, taking photos and videos.

  • Create/take videos and photos for compelling storytelling

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree (preferred) Social Media Management Skills (Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram are mandatory) Excellent writing and content creation skills Ability to work under deadlines in a fluid environmentSelf-motivated, open-minded and creativeProficiency with G Suite, Canva, Hootesuite, and CMS platforms (we use Finalsite)Videography and photography skills 

To Apply: This is a temporary part-time position with possibility for extension. We are an equal opportunity employer and we welcome and encourage diverse candidates to join our community. Please send a short cover letter, resume, portfolio and/or three writing samples to hiring@sjnd.org. Position is open until filled.


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Do you have experience working with K-8 kids? Are you a scholar of science and math history? 

We are searching for an individual to deliver our rich compendium of math and science curriculum to a small group of students in the San Francisco Bay Area and to write lesson plan units based on the micro-school teaching. 

The role will require 8 to 12 hours per week of teaching in Palo Alto and the rest is curriculum edit, design, and format. 

The primary thrusts: Devise learning objectives for students, deliver the content, run exciting labs, make evaluations based on a portfolio of work, work with the students to drive deep comprehension of great math and science concepts, write lesson plan units.

The overarching goal: Facilitate engaging, challenge-based science and math programs, with experiments and projects that lead to a meaningful understanding of the world.

At QuantumCamp, we build curriculum by contemplating how scientists and mathematicians truly acquire knowledge and advance their field. What experiments and activities are necessary to discover a new idea? This is the question that drives our curriculum design.

Quite naturally then, the experience of students is supremely authentic; they are discovering profound science and math ideas, about which most educators lecture. They come to own these ideas for themselves and in turn, confidence and engagement spring forth. 

SPECIFIC ROLES


  1. Lead learning groups of 2-5 students around the Bay Area.

  2. Develop customized learning plans, tethered to the standards, for each individual student.

  3. Thoroughly prepare for and deliver amazing math and science lessons on a weekly basis to several groups of students. 

  4. Write detailed evaluation reports based on learning objectives established in the learning plans.

  5. Send weekly reports to students and families.

  6. Contribute to making an educational and societal impact in the United States and beyond as more individuals and groups incorporate QC’s math and science curriculum modules. 

EXPECTATIONS AND ATTRIBUTES


  • You love science, math, and kids! You are commanding, knowledgeable, and energetic. You have experience in the classroom. You are continually seeking to design better labs and better explanations. You are highly organized and have reverence for the impact of the classroom environment on learning. 

  • You are compelled to help students with their academic, social, and emotional growth, and have the skills and experience to keep your classroom focused on learning with minimal distractions. 

CONSIDERATIONS


  • Your science acumen permits you to discuss and run experiments, like the photoelectric effect, which enables you to run an experiment based course on the origin of the Bohr Model of the atom.

  • You believe 10-year-olds can learn calculus.

  • You know elementary, middle school, and high school students can and should be tracking the process of doing science along with actually doing the science.

  • You are at home working with 6 year olds struggling with the concept of the negative side of the number line. You empathize with the fact that negative numbers are an intriguing human concept!

  • You know 8, 9, and 10 year olds can and should be doing advanced experiments in zoology, botany, electricity, and chemistry.

  • You would like to facilitate an intuitive discovery of the laws of motion for 6 and 7 year olds.

  • You know and appreciate NGSS and Common Core. 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE


  1. You are educated on various pedagogies and learning models - Montessori, social constructivism, flipped classroom, etc. 

  2. You are highly organized and meet deadlines.

  3. 1+ years experience working with groups of students between 1st and 12th grade, in either conventional or alternative education formats 

COMPENSATION 

Very competitive rate dependent on experience.

APPLICATION PROCESS 

Reply with a cover letter and resume.


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CALIFORNIA magazine is seeking full-time interns to work on our award-winning quarterly print publication and general interest website starting in August 2020. Are you enthusiastic about getting coffee?! Running errands?! Doing senseless busy work for no pay that won’t help your career in the future?!

That’s great! But do it on your own time, because it won’t happen when you’re a CALIFORNIA magazine intern.

Some might say we have a revolutionary perspective that an internship shouldn’t be a waste of time, that interns should do work that excites them, and that they should leave with clips and experience that will set them up for a career in journalism. And we’d like to think it works! Some of our past interns have gone on to write for such publications as the New York Times, L.A. Times, Mother Jones, Buzzfeed, Wired.com, and Nature.

That could be you someday. We want it to be you someday. 

CALIFORNIA is an editorially independent general interest mag that covers the news, issues, discoveries, and people of the University of California, Berkeley. The print magazine is published four times a year with a readership of 95,000, and the website posts fresh news every week.

As an intern, it’ll be your job to stay true to this mission whilst hunting down stories, juggling hectic deadlines, and otherwise writing your journalism-loving heart out!

WHAT YOU’LL DO:


  • Pitch, research and write stories for both the print and online mag

  • Interview sources, ask tough questions, be a bonafide professional reporter

  • Go out into the field to find stories worth writing about

  • Post finished pieces to the website using Drupal CMS

  • Transcribe interviews

  • Track down images/artwork and obtain permissions for them (and, if you’ve got the skills, shoot photos and make some artwork yourself)

  • Fact-check stories (call sources, track down documents, be ruthless in your pursuit of truth)

  • Edit and proof pages (sharpen those copy-editing skills)

  • Write headlines and story descriptions for print and online

  • Post stories to social media with catchy subtitles to pull readers in

  • Attend weekly editorial meetings to pitch stories and shoot the breeze with your new favorite editors

  • Learn writing fundamentals, tips and tricks of the trade from CALIFORNIA mag’s finest

  • Have fun!

QUALIFICATIONS: 


  • A sense of humor: We take our journalism very seriously, but usually not ourselves. It’s wisecracks galore up in the CALIFORNIA mag office. We joke. We make puns. We quip it—and quip it good. Come prepared to banter with the best of ‘em!

  • Proven ability to report and write things accurately, smartly, and concisely

  • Basic knowledge of HTML

  • Some social media knowhow (working knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

  • Basic photo editing skills (knowledge of Adobe Photoshop is a plus)

  • The talent to think critically and listen effectively

  • The ability to work cooperatively and independently (We’re here to guide you, but we also like to let our interns learn some things on the fly, and on their own)

  • A burning desire to master the magical art of journalism! 

The internship lasts three months with a monthly stipend of $800. If applicable (meaning that we think you do a great job and you like it here) there’s a possibility for the internship to be extended for another three months.If all of this sounds like your kind of thing…

APPLY: But no phone calls, please! Send your resume, cover letter, and three non-academic writing samples by email to californiamag@alumni.berkeley.edu with “editorial intern” in the subject. The samples don’t need to be published, but we ask that at least one of them demonstrate journalistic ability (research and reporting skills).


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Position: Localization QA Tester (Finnish or  Chinese Traditional-Hong Kong)

Location: Austin, TX

Job Description: 

RWS Moravia is looking for talents with native speaker fluency in Finnish or Chinese (Traditional-Hong Kong) with a keen eye for detail, interested in Linguistics or Translation to work with us in a fast-paced multicultural environment. Our client is a Fortune 100 company.

Testers will be asked to perform complex linguistic and functional testing of localized software applications and websites. They will also provide proofreading, reviewing, editing and translation services of the highest quality as well as identify, analyze and report bugs in order to assist our client launch high quality products. These products will reach billions of people around the globe!

Job information:

· Hourly, non-exempt position, without a fixed duration.

· W2 payroll position.

· Working hours: 6-8 hours per day (time frame: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm) with an unpaid lunchbreak from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm). 

· 5 days availability preferred.  

· Onsite position in Austin, TX. 

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, all the steps of the application process will be done remotely. If you succeed, you will start working remotely. Once it is safe to return to the offices, you will be working onsite.

Requirements:

· Eligible to work in the US. 

· Native speaker fluency in Finnish or Chinese (Traditional-Hong Kong), as well as cultural awareness and regular contact with the language.

· Proficient in written and spoken English.  

· Must be able to type in the Finnish or Chinese (Traditional-Hong Kong) language with US keyboard.  

Skills and Experience: 

· Highly-organized, with attention to detail and commitment to quality. 

· Ability to track, analyze, and report issues. 

· Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. 

· Flexible with tasks, easily adapt to change in project. 

· Quick-learner.  

Experience (preferred): 

· Prior translation, editing and proofreading experience.  

· QA experience.  

· Familiar with iOS products, services and features.

If you meet the requirements and are interested in this position, please submit your résumé to anabella.colombo@rws.com 

We look forward to hearing from you! 


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Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center seeks a creative and analytical Development Manager to strengthen all fundraising activities to secure and grow our organizational budget (currently $4M of which $3.4M is generated through philanthropy and $600,000 through earned income).  Renaissance receives major funding from government, corporate, foundation and individual sources.  Initially reporting to the CEO, our new colleague will take ownership of our development calendar of prospect research, proposal submission, grant reporting and management, enhancing our ability to manage current funding and secure new resources.  The ideal candidate is passionate about funding our mission, enjoys working in a fast-paced, dynamic team environment and brings the ability to multitask, a high level of organization and excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

Renaissance (www.rencenter.org) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit social impact organization. We have been building better communities for 35 years by helping lower income women and men start and grow their own businesses, transforming the lives of their owners and creating sustainable jobs, economic vitality, and vibrant neighborhoods. Renaissance operates four program centers and multiple off-site programs throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

Note: During the current COVID-19 Pandemic, Renaissance is adhering to health and safety social distance protocols; all staff are currently working from home. As protocols are adjusted and the pandemic reality evolves, this position will be primarily based in San Francisco.

: Manage the full cycle of the grant process for our portfolio of government, foundation, corporate and individual contributions.

Grant Proposals


  • Project manage grant preparation and submission processes – coordinating between Renaissance’s CEO, program and finance departments; draft grant budgets; assemble information and submit applications.

  • Track status of outstanding grant proposals and awards: i.e. what is pending, what are next steps for pending applications, which awards are encumbered and ready to bill.

Grants Management


  • Oversee and coordinate requirements and reporting for existing contributions from government, corporate and foundation donors; ensure timely and accurate reporting for all grants.

  • Liaise between program and finance departments and government grant representatives on finalizing grant budgets, billing procedures, timing, requirements.

Prospect Research


  • Research prospective individual, foundation and corporate funders; steward relationships with foundation, government, corporate and individual funders.

Development Administration


  • Reconcile revenue records with finance department on monthly basis

  • Work with Development Associate to ensure Salesforce is up-to-date including donor information and prospect cultivation activities; manage gift processing to ensure that gifts are acknowledged, processed, coded and documented in timely manner.

  • Manage Development Associate: support their professional development, guide their work, and grow their impact.

  • Maintain Development website pages – modifying content as needed, highlighting client success stories, etc.

  • Manage activities for Renaissance’s Annual Event.

  • Work closely with CEO and Development Associate, performing other duties to optimize our development department and Renaissance’s philanthropic culture.

:


  • At least three years of fundraising and development experience; 1-3 years of experience managing people (volunteers, staff members, etc.)

  • Demonstrated success in managing proposal processes toward annual fundraising goals

  • Ability to take direction and complete projects independently, as well as work on several projects simultaneously

  • Superior self-motivation, time-management, interpersonal and organizational skills.

  • Ability and willingness to work collaboratively with program and finance departments and experience working in team environments

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • High proficiency with fundraising &/or CRM databases (Salesforce preferred) & Microsoft Office programs, Adobe Creative Suite and website tools

  • Familiarity and/or experience with the landscape of fundraising for economic and community development in Bay Area

  • Passion for economic development, and for serving our diverse communities and clients

  • Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends for special events

:  Please send a cover letter (one page), resume (no more than two pages), short writing sample (two page maximum) and LinkedIn profile address (if available) to Sharon Miller at jobs@rencenter.org. Please note “Development Manager” in the subject line of your email.  No telephone calls or personal inquiries please.

visit https://www.rencenter.org/development-manager/ for more information


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Are you an expert K-8 math instructor? Are you a scholar of math history? 

We are searching for an individual to teach K-8 online classes and to finish the writing of our massive compendium of challenge-based math curriculum. 

The primary thrusts: Teach 4 online, academic year math courses, write student evaluations based on a portfolio of work, be available to communicate with students and families, drive deep comprehension of great math concepts, fine-tune and professionalize our growing compendium of math curriculum

At QuantumCamp, we build curriculum by contemplating how scientists and mathematicians truly acquire knowledge and advance their field. What experiments and activities are necessary to discover a new idea? This is the question that drives our curriculum design.

Quite naturally then, the experience of students is supremely authentic; they are discovering profound science and math ideas, about which most educators lecture. They come to own these ideas for themselves and in turn, confidence and engagement spring forth. 

SPECIFIC ROLES TEACHING


  1. Thoroughly prepare for and deliver amazing math lessons on a weekly basis to classes of 10-15 students.

  2. Develop weekly at-home, screen-free math labs. 

  3. Write detailed evaluation reports based on established learning objectives.

SPECIFIC ROLES WRITING


  1. Revamp our entire math curriculum to be truly challenge-based and complete with math lab activities which facilitate deep learning.

  2. Port the curriculum into our professional LMS for eventual license to schools and groups.

  3. Devise the wrap-around learning support elements including assessment rubrics, problem sets, and project ideas. 

EXPECTATIONS AND ATTRIBUTES


  • You love math and kids! You are commanding, knowledgeable, and energetic. You have experience in the classroom. You are continually seeking to design better labs and better explanations. You are highly organized and have reverence for the impact of the classroom (online and offline) environment on learning. 

  • You are compelled to help students with their academic, social, and emotional growth, and have the skills and experience to keep your classroom focused on learning with minimal distractions. 

CONSIDERATIONS


  • You believe 10-year-olds can learn calculus.

  • You are at home working with 6 year olds struggling with the concept of the negative side of the number line. You empathize with the fact that negative numbers are an intriguing human concept!

  • You champion the notion that math is open ended and the rules, while important, were devised by humans and therefore may not necessarily be immutable. 

  • You know and appreciate Common Core. 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE


  1. You are educated on various pedagogies and learning models - Montessori, social constructivism, flipped classroom, etc. 

  2. You are highly organized and meet deadlines.

  3. 1+ years experience working with groups of students between 1st and 12th grade, in either conventional or alternative education formats 

COMPENSATION

Very competitive rate dependent on experience.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Reply with a cover letter and resume.


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 Not In Our Town (NIOT) is an Oakland, CA based national community engagement and media/film

 

 

making non-profit that serves a movement to stop hate, racism and bullying, and build safe, inclusive communities for all. The Development Associate is responsible for carrying out projects in donor development, grant writing and reporting, online fundraising, event organizing, and working with staff and consultants to meet organizational needs.  The work of Not In Our Town is both highly tactical and urgent. Above all, we are seeking a skilled writer who can effectively share the stories of our organization and communities. 

This is a part time position (approximately 10-20 hours per week). Compensation commensurate with experience. Please send your cover letter indicating your experience and interest in the position, your resume and two writing samples to jobs@niot.org.

Not In Our Town is an Equal Opportunity Employer, with a commitment to diversity in the workplace. People of color and of all genders are strongly encouraged to apply. 


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 *CURRENTLY SEEKING CANDIDATE FOR THIS POSITION; EVEN DURING COVID-19*


STATUS:  FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME


We are looking to hire a dedicated Grant Writer to write grant proposals for our organization. The Grant Writer will write coherent, organized and compelling proposals. You will apply your knowledge of fundraising methods and plans to reach income goals. You will collaborate with team members in the organization to assist with other fundraising projects and develop relationships with key stakeholders.

To ensure success you need to write well, have proficient knowledge of fundraising methods and be committed to the mission you are representing. Preferred applicants are deadline-driven team players with outstanding multitasking abilities.

Grant Writer Responsibilities:



  • Developing relationships and collaborating with key stakeholders.

  • Displaying adherence to organization’s mission.

  • Maintaining proficient knowledge of organization’s history and programs.

  • Assisting with the execution of development department's strategy.

  • Identifying grant funding opportunities.

  • Writing, submitting and managing grant proposals.

  • Furnishing prospective funders with supporting documents.

  • Collaborating with Chief Financial Officer.

  • Collaborating with Director of Development to compile annual report.

  • Maintaining records in hard copies and computer databases.

  • Prepares proposals by studying requests for proposal (RFPs), determining the high level requirements, gathering information from team members, writing drafts, and obtaining feedback and formatting the final version.

  • Meets proposal deadlines by establishing priorities and target dates for all proposal preparation tasks and submission.

  • Coordinates requirements with contributors and provides proposal status information in review meetings.

  • Develops proposal by assembling information including project nature, objectives/outcomes/deliverables, implementation, methods, timetable, staffing, budget, standards of performance, and evaluation.

  • Writes, revises, and edits drafts including executive summaries, conclusions, and organization credentials.

  • Accomplishes organizational goals by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests, and exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.


 


Requirements:



  • Bachelor's degree in creative writing or related field.

  • 2+ years grant writing experience.

  • Proficient with measuring and reaching income goals.

  • Proficient with MS Office Word and Excel.

  • Excellent knowledge of fundraising information sources.

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Strong people skills.

  • Excellent organizational skills.

  • Ability to meet deadlines.

  • Experience with Federal Grants preferred.


Company Description

Unicare Community Health Center (UCHC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center with clinics located in Ontario, San Bernardino, Colton, Fontana, Pomona, Riverside, Corona, Moreno Valley and East Los Angeles. UCHC is a grass roots, community-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose duty is to serve the unmet health care needs of low-income persons and their families. Our mission is to be a community health care organization that treats everyone with dignity, respect and cultural sensitivity to help create an environment in which all can prosper.


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GRANT WRITER / PROGRAM SPECIALIST

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS OF WORK:

Under general supervision, the employee performs a specific program function for a federally or state funded grant. This function may include responsibility for a specialized area of grant administration, or may include job training related counseling, job development/placement or financial administrative management under the supervision of a Program Specialist II or Program Manager.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES

Prepare and maintain reports; prepare and maintain counseling records; counsels individuals on job placement and development; keep abreast of and assure compliance with federal regulations pertaining to particular area of specialization; perform all other functions unique to the particular area of responsibility. Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

Particular knowledge required will vary according to area of specialization. Experience with reviewing and writing grant program contracts. Ability to work independently and to organize administrative functions of specialty area is essential. Knowledge and comprehension of regulations and procedures required. Good oral and written communication skills are necessary.

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE

A minimum of two (2) years of college and a minimum of two (2) years work experience in a related field, or a combination of education and experience totaling four (4) years.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
• Must have ability to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and the public through the use of telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read, talk, stand, hear, hands to finger dexterity, handle, feel or operate objects, read and write English. • Physical capability to effectively use and operate various items of office equipment; such as but not limited to a personal computer, calculator, copier and fax machines. • Work is performed indoors within a quiet to moderately noisy environment. • Must be able to lift, carry and or push articles weighing up to 20 lbs.


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Grant Writer (Remote)


The grant writer will research and lead grant writing efforts. A primary focus of this position is to gather information from various departments and coordinate/write grant proposals for government, state, corporate and foundation funds.


Primary Responsibilities


1. Prepares proposals by determining concept, gathering and formatting information, writing drafts, and obtaining approvals.


2. Determines proposal concept by identifying and clarifying opportunities and needs, studying requests for proposal (RFPs), and attending strategy meetings.


3. Meets proposal deadline by establishing priorities and target dates for information gathering, writing, review, approval, and transmittal.


4. Coordinates requirements with contributors and contributes proposal status information to review meetings.


5. Gathers proposal information by identifying sources of information, coordinating submissions and collections, and identifying and communicating risks associated with proposals.


6. Develops proposal by assembling information including project nature, objectives/outcomes/deliverables, implementation, methods, timetable, staffing, budget, standards of performance, and evaluation.


7. Writes, revises, and edits drafts including executive summaries, conclusions, and organization credentials.


8. Maintains quality results by using templates; following proposal-writing standards including readability, consistency, and tone; maintaining proposal support databases.


9. Obtains approvals by reviewing proposal with key providers and project managers.


10. Improves proposal-writing results by evaluating and re-designing processes, approach and coordination.


Education, Skill Requirements and Essential Functions



  • Three years of experience in planning, research, and/or evaluation of programs

  • Demonstrably successful grant writing experience. (3+ years)

  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

  • Excellent problem-solving, analytical and interpersonal skills.

  • Strong initiative and follow-through on responsibilities.

  • Ability to develop short-term and long-term strategic planning.

  • Ability to evaluate programs.

  • Creative writer and problem solver.

  • Good time management and organizational skills.

  • Detail oriented.


 


 


Company Description

PNP's goal is simple – to recruit the best talent to help nonprofits around the country do great things and advance their missions. We are driven, highly creative in our approach, resourceful in sourcing the marketplace for top talent, and diligent about providing the very best services to our clients who inspire us to do this work.


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Summary/Objective


The Grant Writer is responsible for the preparation, implementation, and management of The National Society of High School Scholars Foundation’s grant writing program. Experienced in fundraising, the Grant writer will obtain new grant opportunities that will align with the mission of The National Society of High School Scholars Foundation.


Essential Functions



  • Develops an annual grants strategy.

  • Conduct prospect research to identify, cultivate and solicit new grants.

  • Prepare grant applications, proposals, correspondences and other documents for new and existing funders.

  • Develop and maintain a proposal calendar.

  • Monitor and track submitted, pending and on-going proposals.

  • Build positive relationships with existing and potential funding sources.

  • Assist in preparing budget for grant applications.

  • Maintain complete records of past and current proposals.

  • Coordinate and follow-up on the progress of submitted proposals.


Experience / Education



  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, creative writing or related field preferred.

  • Minimum 5 years grant writing experience.

  • Proficient with measuring and reaching income goals.

  • Extensive knowledge of the funding community required.

  • Knowledge of corporate, national foundation, government grants, capital campaigns, annual funds and donor databases desirable.

  • Motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently and with accuracy.

  • Proficient with MS Office, Word, and Excel.

  • Excellent knowledge of fundraising information sources.

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Strong people skills.

  • Excellent organizational skills.

  • Ability to meet deadlines.


Company Description

About The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS)

The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) is a distinguished international honor society founded in 2002 by James W. Lewis and Claes Nobel, senior member of the family that established the Nobel Prizes. NSHSS recognizes scholars for their academic excellence, and provides access, opportunities and resources like scholarships, college and career fairs, workshops and events, peer networks and partnerships that help students advance in their academic journey and explore social, community and career interests. There are more than 1.8 million lifetime members of NSHSS from 170 countries. Membership in the Society grows by more than 130,000 high school students annually.


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Hunger Fight, Inc., is a Florida IRS designated not for profit serving children and families in Northeast Florida and beyond. Our mission is to end hunger and illiteracy through the provision of nutritious meals and books to children, seniors, and families in need by informing, engaging, and mobilizing communities and partners.


 


Grant Writer Responsibilities:  The Grant Writer is a part-time position that reports directly the Executive Director. The Grant Writer will be responsible for researching, writing, and coordinating the grant application process; management of proposals, and maintaining a donor database.


 


The Grant Writer duties will include, but are not limited to:  


·       Writing high-quality grant proposal narratives, applications and supporting documents


·       Responsible for researching, collecting data, and writing of each grant


·       Working with department managers to compile financials and data


·       Manage the proposal submission process to ensure timely submission of all required materials


·       Develop and maintain a proposal calendar


·       Coordinate and follow-up on the progress of submitted proposals


·       Develop an annual grant strategy in conjunction with the Development Team


·       Track and submit grant reports as required


·       Conduct prospect research to identify, cultivate and solicit new grants


·       Provide appropriate grant-related information to the media team for promotion


·       Perform other duties as assigned


 


Experience/Qualifications:


·       Minimum of 2 years’ experience in research and grant writing


·       Nonprofit experience a plus


·       Demonstrated ability to write successful grant proposals


·       Technical writing skills


·       Detail-oriented, organized, deadline-driven


·       Clear, precise and compelling writing skills


·       Able to effectively communicate at all levels


·       Motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently with purpose and accuracy in a fast-paced environment


·       High proficiency in all areas of Microsoft Office, Word and Excel 


 


Hours:


The Grant Writer will begin part-time and evolve into a full-time position. 


 


Salary/income:  The Grant Writer is an hourly position


 


To Apply: Please send your resume to:  info@hungerfight.org


Company Description

Hunger Fight, Inc., is a Florida IRS designated not for profit serving children and families in Northeast Florida and beyond. Our mission is to end hunger and illiteracy through the provision of nutritious meals and books to children, seniors and families in need by informing, engaging and mobilizing communities and partners.


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Grant writer with proven track record with securing local, state, federal and foundation grants needed. Help with the preparation, submission and management of grant proposals to federal, foundation and corporate sources; perform prospect research, work with finance department to gather information, understand organization's history and programs, track statistics, and assist with other fundraising projects. Required assets include history of successful funding acquisitions, strong written communication skills, ability and experience to work in deadline-driven environments, knowledge of fundraising sources, techniques and strategies. Varied schedule; occasional nights and weekends required. Health benefits and 401k plan available. Bachelor’s degree required.


Send resume and cover letter to Deborah Berry-Toon, Executive Director, Project Self-Sufficiency, 127 Mill Street, Newton, NJ 07860; or fax to 973-940-3501; or email to pss@projectselfsufficiency.org.


Company Description

Project Self-Sufficiency is a non-profit organization located in semi-rural northwestern New Jersey which has assisted low-income families along the path to economic self-sufficiency for more than 30 years. Services include career guidance and assessment, computer classes, GED instruction, parenting workshops, childcare, legal assistance and education, help with emergency basic needs such as clothing and food, health education, support groups, life skills classes, family activities, home visitation, and more.


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