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  Readers/Evaluators Needed – No Experience Necessary – Paid Training   

Measurement Incorporated is seeking college graduates for the position of Reader/Evaluator. Our reader/evaluators score student responses to examination questions of various types. Paid training is provided.    We are currently recruiting for the 2020 scoring season (January through June). If you qualify as a reader/evaluator, you will be eligible to work on multiple projects. The individual projects involve evaluating student responses in various subject areas (reading, math, science, social studies, etc.) at various grade levels (elementary through college). Student responses will be evaluated based on project-specific criteria for content, organization, grammatical conventions, and/or the student’s ability to communicate and respond to a specific directive.     

POSITION REQUIREMENTS   

· A bachelor’s degree in any field from an accredited college or university 

· A successful interview and reference check 

· The ability to maintain strict confidentiality/security   

 

If invited to work on a scoring project, you will be required to provide proof of employment eligibility in order to complete a federal I-9 form before training starts.     

HOURS/SHIFTS   

Reader/evaluators are hired on a temporary basis by project. If hired, you will be expected to work five days per week, Monday through Friday, for the duration of the project. Both day and evening shifts are available. Attendance during training (usually the first few days of a project) is mandatory.     

 

PAY   

The starting pay is $11.70 per hour.      

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE   To apply, go to work4mi.com. Click “Job Description” under Reader/Evaluator and then click “Apply Online.” Select “MI, Taylor” from the drop-down menu.      

ABOUT THE COMPANY   To learn more about Measurement Incorporated, please visit measurementinc.com/about.  

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Summer Springboard is recruiting an innovative and dynamic individual to deliver a hands-on course in Journalism for our pre-college summer program for high school students. We have a curriculum, but there is room to create and challenge the high school students as they experience a journalist's process from idea development and reporting to editing and publishing. The program culminates in a project that the students create and present at the end of their session.

Who are we? Summer Springboard was founded to give college-bound teens a supportive environment to explore their academic passions. Our innovative pre-college summer programs, offered at some of the nation's leading colleges and universities, combine the benefits of an academically challenging summer experience with tools and frameworks for personal leadership development and self-discovery. We're a division of Terra Education, a mission-driven Certified B-Corporation and are headquartered in San Diego, CA.

Dates: You will deliver the course at the UC Berkeley campus for the two-week sessions from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. daily (M to F only).


  • Session 1: June 21 - July 3, 2020

  • Session 2: July 5 - July 17, 2020

  • Session 3: July 19 - July 31, 2020

Required Qualifications


  • Bachelor or Master Degree

  • A minimum of two years teaching in a classroom (high school, community college education to the same setting, or experience TA).

  • Professional experience or current enrollment in a graduate program may be substituted for classroom teaching experience.

  • Experience in one or more of the fields listed above demonstrated by previous coursework or job experience.

  • Ability to motivate and energize students; Excited to share passion and enthusiasm for your field of study

  • Mastery Relating with teenagers and young adults

  • Personable and positive demeanor

  • Strong cross-cultural awareness

  • Collaborative in nature; skilled in problem solving and communication

  • Good physical and mental health. Staff must posses the ability to actively participate in all elements of the program

* staff members will be subject to drug testing and background checks.

How to Apply


  • Complete application using the following link. Applicants who do not complete the entire application process will not be considered.

  • Springboard Summer will review your application. If your application is selected, you will be invited for a first / second round Springboard Summer Interviews with HQ staff. The first interview is typically a one-way interview conducted over the platform Spark Hire.

Note: Summer Springboard programs are not run by our campus partners. Universities and their affiliated departments are not responsible for the Summer Springboard program in any way.

Job Types: Temporary, Contract

Contract Length:


  • 2 months or less

Contract Renewal:


  • Likely

Work Location:


  • One location

Schedule:


  • Monday to Friday

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The Animator + Junior Editor is an integral part of the Storytelling Studio at Allison Partners. As the production engine for one the fastest growing integrated communications firms in the world, members of the Storytelling Studio are responsible for developing compelling content for leading brands in the consumer, tech, food, hospitality and non-profit sectors. The Animator + Junior Editor plays an integral role in the entire production process including concepting, design, production, post-production and delivery. This role is specifically focused on creating content that is deployed on social media, employing established best practices and creating new approaches that produce shares and engagement.

Duties and Responsibilities


  • Expert in: creative concepting, design, animation and motion graphics, title sequence design, lower third design, transitions, interstitials, compositing and sound design

  • Proficient In: live-action editing and color correction

  • Deep understanding of social media, including content best practices, emerging trends, platform formats and posting requirements

  • Skilled and conscious of art creation that aligns with a client's brand identity

  • Illustrate elements from scratch and compile elements from stock assets.

  • Work directly with a team of creative directors, producers, editors, and other artists to create a cohesive piece

  • Ability to work on multiple projects with tight deadlines

Qualifications


  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office a must

  • Candidates should have a minimum 3 years of design and animation experience

  • Experience working across multiple projects at the same time and meeting hard deadlines

  • Must have excellent design, typography and layout skills - attention to detail is critical

  • A love of design, motion graphics and storytelling

  • Strong concept development and creative collaboration skills.

  • Strong communication and presentation skills are essential, as this position requires working closely with Designers, Editors, Creative Directors, Writer/Producers and Strategists

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Are you always correcting other people's grammer? Did you read the previous question and you cringed?

If the answer is "yes", you are based in the San Francisco Bay Area and you speak perfect North American English, you are the person we are looking for! 

Who we are:

e2f is a top 60 worldwide Language Services Provider founded in 2004 and headquartered in Silicon Valley.

With offices on five continents, e2f provides continuous translation services and managed linguistic services on a 24/5 basis. Our verticals include technology, mobile apps, digital marketing, travel & hospitality, e-learning and human resources.

What we are looking for:

We are looking for American English (enUS) candidates to work onsite in San Jose or Cupertino (depending on the project) as a linguistic QA specialist. The position is entry-level and full-time (40 hours per week/8 hours per day).

Responsibilities:


  • Linguistic QA (proofreading and editing content in the target language)

    -Transcription into the target language


  • Classifying and prioritizing tasks and issues quickly and efficiently.


  • Bug reporting


  • Completing tasks in a timely fashion


  • Analyzing data for Voice recognition.

Requirements:


  • Proficiency in North American English (language skills equivalent to first language and cultural awareness of specific language variant).

  • Ability to focus for long periods of time

  • Can work in a team

  • Can start ASAP

  • Must be comfortable using computers and other devices

  • Ability to commute daily to the South Bay area

  • No remote work

  • Some QA experience helpful

  • Full time availability (8 hours per day, 40 hours per week).  

Education:

Associate Degree or Bachelor's degree (B. A.).

Applicants with a background in English, ESL, EFL, literature, history, philosophy, logic, religious studies, gender studies, anthropology, sociology or any strongly analytical discipline are encouraged to apply.

This is an entry level position.

Application process:

Send us your resume and we'll get back to you shortly.

All candidates must pass a language screening test. No Relocation or Visa Assistance provided.

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Job Description


Experienced grant writer needed for a 501c3 charitable organization. This is a part time position withe flexible hours. The pay is commensurate with experience. Please have experience grant seeking and writing for non profit organization.


You do not have to live in Richmond or Charlottesville to do this job but that would be preferable.


Company Description

We are 501c3 which works to provide vital services to refugees in our community.


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Only Qualified Candidates Apply. Summary Statement The Grant Writer will work closely with the Development Team in researching, writing, planning, organizing, and directing efforts to secure and increase grant funding levels in support of the annual fundraising plan. Education Bachelor of the Arts or Bachelor of Science with a minimum of 3-4 years of work-related experience in grant writing. Working knowledge of nonprofit business operations and federal/state grant and contract funding mechanisms. Responsibilities Responsible for securing and managing Gift of Life’s annual grant revenue by identifying, applying for and coordinating the process of securing foundation and corporate grants in accordance with applicable standards, regulations, and guidelines. Meet all grant and proposal deadlines by establishing priorities and target dates for information gathering, writing, document preparation, and review, working closely with the various organization departments in creating appropriate grant budgets and with all applicable parties for the final approval process. Conduct research and develop strategies to leverage and secure new resources from private, non-profit and government sources in support of established goals and objectives set forth in the annual Development Plan. Work closely with the team in the development and tracking of grant budgets, outcomes & deliverables, and reconciliation of information/reports. Be responsible for preparing and submitting progress and/or impact reports, as mandated to funders as well as, make sure that all necessary staff is updated on a regular basis on the status of grant applications, approval and denials, contract information and program fund distributions. Initiate contacts for developing relationships with prospective funders; maintains strong relationships with funding sources and represent the organization before funders and community partners as necessary. Develops and maintains effective information management systems for all grants and contracts which includes database administration through MatchQuest™ for grant tracking purposes. Support the development department in the planning and coordination of events and projects to support overall development efforts and/or specific program needs. Other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills, and Experience Excellent grant skills including researching, writing and management of grants processes and reporting. Must be a proactive, energetic, self-motivated, solution-oriented team player and able to meet deadlines with the ability to balance multiple tasks with accuracy to details. Superior project/time management skills including planning/prioritizing, analysis, attention to detail, and advanced problem diagnosis and creative problem solving skills. Must be reliable, flexible, and have the ability to work in partnership with other team members. Possess a motivated, “self-starter” personality, with the ability to learn and adapt quickly to changing needs. Work well under pressure and with a variety of people. Experience in using software, including creating queries and reports. Advanced Microsoft Office software skills (including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). Physical Demands This position is sedentary with some walking, standing, stooping and lifting required. May lift objects weighing from 0 to 20 lbs. with occasional lifting of objects over 20 lbs. This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Duties and/or responsibilities may be added or deleted, as management requires to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.


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The grant writer will lead proposal development associated with restricted and unrestricted private grants from foundations and corporations as well as public entities. S/he has the ability to manage projects independently, sets priorities, and takes initiative in the Foundation’s Development Department. RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop and write proposals and steward reports to foundations and corporate funding sources. Monitor all proposal deadlines and requirements. Work with PHRF staff to gather financial and programmatic information and research data. Track grant action calendar and solicitation calendar to remain up to date with proposal dealing and reports. Initiate inter-departmental meetings to monitor the status of grants. Ensure goals and objectives in grant letters and contracts are met. Participate in institutional funder cultivation and stewardship including briefings presentations, donor appreciation activities, site visits, and events. Conduct research to support PHRF’s array of funding needs and develop funder outreach strategies. Meet multiple deadline demands and executive administrative tasks as needed. Perform other related duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: Commitment to PHRF Mission, vision, and values. BA degree required plus five (5) years of development experience in a nonprofit or community-based organization required. MPH or MS a plus. Must have some experience with medical, health, and /or population health. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Highly proficient in all Microsoft Office. Must be detail oriented and able to multi task and meet multiple deadline demands.


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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. Application Information 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.


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Agency Background Catholic Charities of the Diocese of San Diego has served the poor and vulnerable in Southern California since 1919. Across two counties, San Diego and Imperial, Catholic Charities reflects the cultural diversity that is consistent with a border diocese. Rooted in the Gospel values of mercy and justice, the agency responds to diverse needs and is an effective advocate for the poor and marginalized. POSITION DESCRIPTION : In partnership with the Director of Philanthropy, the Sr. Grants Writing & Brand Manager manages the writing and submission of grants for new or existing programs. The Brand Manager is responsible for all content and materials including physical and electronic that affects the agency’s Brand. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: 1. GRANT WRITING & BRAND a. Researches and recommends new grant opportunities, including new programs that serves the agency’s mission as well as increases funding streams. b. Identifies new populations to be served; identifies and understands needs and associated services that could be provided; studies market potential for new service and in partnership with the Director of Philanthropy and Director of Programs develops business plans based on the opportunities. c. Works with upper management to develop and maintain a business plan including evaluation of systems and services. d. Gathers required data for timely submission of reports for grants that were received. e. In partnership with the Director of Philanthropy and Director of Programs coordinates the development of the business plan, incorporating variables including deliverables, performance, maintenance, design and costs. Evaluates needed resources to ensure successful execution of plan. f. Perform various grant writing tasks including but not limited to those detailed below. g. Completes assigned grants in a timely fashion and to meet deadlines. h. Writing grant proposals and letters of inquiry. i. Research potential grant prospects using all available resources such as publications, internet, and programs based on programmatic needs. j. Grant reporting & prioritization. k. Routes grant agreements for execution and timely submission. l. Work with Directors & Manager’s for critical program information & prioritization. m. Work with Director of Finance for budget information, HR department for personnel input. n. Track and inform the Management Team of the status of grants proposals. o. Follow up letters for denials and/or successful funding requests. p. Assists in the development of a Strategic Grant Funding plan which is prioritized and supports the organization’s mission, goals, and objectives. q. Provides a proactive report on all pending, completed, and outstanding grant proposals as needed, scheduled or requested. r. Manages all content and materials including physical and electronic that affects the agency’s Brand for example: websites, social media, annual appeals, and newsletters. s. Performs other duties as assigned. 2. REPORTING a. Responsible for the maintenance of paper and electronic file systems tracking grants and related data. b. Create and oversee funding/grants database and tracking systems. c. On a monthly provide a report on grants written, pending, denied and projection of receipt of funds. d. Develop and manage a comprehensive brand plan that supports agency’s goals. 3. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT a. Uses agency resources (financial and non-financial) prudently. b. Acknowledges and follows financial policies of the agency. 4. SUPPORT OF AGENCY MISSION AND OPERATIONS a. Represent Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego in a positive and professional manner in meetings, community events, and conferences. b. Collaborates and communicates with all Catholic Charities staff, board members, and donors to remain consistent in policies and procedures regarding item solicitations. c. Provides a broad range of administrative and supervisory functions including finance and budgetary responsibilities, information systems integration, HR/grievance/complaint resolution. d. Supervises and manages assigned staff in accordance with agency personnel practices including recruitment, training, performance evaluation, guidance, etc. Participate in the process of ongoing personal and professional development. e. Adheres to all agency policies and procedures. f. Performs other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or related field. Experience working with and/or overseeing grant writing, and understand funding, budgeting and program outcomes ramifications; able to apply knowledge of human services organizations in innovative and creative avenues. Must embrace the social justice Mission of Catholic Charities. Must maintain current and ongoing knowledge of changes/innovations in the field. Possesses grant writing experience for similar scoped organization. Ability to multi task, meet multiple conflicting deadlines, maintain a mission oriented perspective. Strong interpersonal and writing skills. Must be sensitive to cultural differences within the agency and community. Ability to work productively with colleagues on behalf of the Office of Philanthropy. Excellent communication and organizational skills. Must be flexible, find creative solutions and be proactive in managerial approach. Fluent in Microsoft Office Applications (Word, PowerPoint & Outlook) as well as experience with related database applications, such as Raisers Edge. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Valid California Drivers License and current automobile insurance in compliance with Agency requirements. This position is subject to background checks including FBI, Department of Justice, and those required by Federal contracts. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Catholic Charities reserves the right to revise job descriptions as the need arises. This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment. Time Committment: Full-time (40+ hours/ week) Occasional travel, some weekend and evening work SALARY: $55.00 to $60.00 per hour, Depending on Experience Catholic Charities offers a full line of benefits to select from: Medical, dental, vision. Prescription drugs, life insurance, pension, 403(b), vacation, holidays and sick leave. Catholic Charities is a non-profit, non-discriminatory service organization and employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation or disability. Persons seeking employment are entitled to freedom from harassment and retaliation and reasonable accommodation for qualified disabilities. How to Apply To apply, send a resume and cover letter to resumes@ccdsd.org Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.


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Summary Office Moms & Dads (OMD) seeks a contract Grant Writer to help the organization continue to grow and flourish – serving more children in more locations across Washington and Idaho. The perfect candidate will be a self-motivated, highly-capable professional who is able to balance the allotted hours by prioritizing work based on critical relationships and ROI (return on investment). Duties Research new foundation or corporate grant opportunities across both states and nationally that align with OMD’s mission of serving children entering foster care. Use logical reasoning skills to identify key prospects and add those prospects to the established Grants Pipeline for future applications. Craft competitive grant proposals including narratives and budgets that both align with OMD’s current budget and future pro forma as well as the funders’ interests. Organize all proposals to include required attachments and ensure each proposal is ready for review by the Executive Director prior to submission. With direct approval from Executive Director, submit proposals on behalf of OMD. Using the Grants Pipeline, track all proposals as prospects, pending, funded, or denied. If funded, track reporting requirements and deadlines, and submit reports with guidance from program staff and Executive Director. Education and Training Requirements A strong candidate will hold a bachelor’s degree in English, Communications, Marketing, or other applicable area of focus. 3+ years of grant writing preferred as well as a track record of successful applications. Knowledge and Skills Requirements Excellent writing skills – both technical and persuasive. Ability to think and act strategically, keeping the mission of OMD at the forefront when attempting to build partnership with a new funder. Strong analytical skills and understanding of financial documents such as operating budget, program budget, and project budget. Advanced understanding of Microsoft Word required. Intermediate understanding of Microsoft Excel required. Understanding of and ability to use Google Drive is preferred. Location Due to the nature of this position, applicants do not need to reside near the organizations’ headquarters (Vancouver, WA); however, ability to use Skype, Face Time, or other such technology to conduct periodic meetings is necessary. Salary This position will be contracted for 20 hours per month, hourly rate $40-50 per hour DOE.


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Job Description


PRIMARY FUNCTIONS


Identify, research and apply for; administers, coordinates Resource Development services with federal, state and/or local grant monies and/or other Request for Proposal/purchasing solicitation monies in accordance with applicable standards, regulations and guidelines.


SPECIALIZATIONS



  • Advanced writing skills and a proven record of attaining funding.

  • Ability to develop and maintain record-keeping systems and procedures.

  • Ability to work under tight deadlines and be self-directed.

  • Knowledge of institutional funding principles, methods, procedures, and resources.

  • Ability to foster effective working relationships within a team environment.

  • Program planning and leadership skills.

  • Advanced verbal and written communication skills and the ability to conduct prepared or impromptu presentations effectively to small and large groups.

  • Ability to assess and interpret the needs and wishes of prospective funding agencies and translate these into effective action plans.

  • Skill in budget preparation.

  • Advanced analytical, evaluative, and objective critical thinking skills.

  • Ability to gather data, compile information and prepare reports.

  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to interact effectively with leadership, staff, community leadership, and funding agencies.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


Bachelor’s Degree; at least 7 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified; a directly related higher degree from an accredited institution may be substituted for up to two years of experience, and / or any combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform assigned duties. Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred.


JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND COMPETENCIES


Provides active leadership in the identification, solicitation, and cultivation of major funding agencies to include Federal, State, and local agencies, national corporations, and foundations.


Plans and conducts various integrated programs and activities designed to increase the visibility of the Agency and targeted components to both internal and external funding constituencies.


Provides leadership with respect to research, development, communication, and the integration of development strategies and activities into the overall agency mission.


Reviews potential proposal projects and initiatives and develops appropriate funding strategies.


Develops and prepares complex documents, to include grant applications, planning grants, technical reports, project and status reports, and budget forecasts. Writes and edits proposals and communication materials.


Performs and /or participates in short and long-range planning to establish and implement agency development goals and objectives.


Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with directors and other program-based project teams, as identified.


May represent the organization at government, business, and community meetings.


Works in conjunction with other internal resource development staff to execute the coordination and submission of proposals.


Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.


 


Company Description

Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. (CPLC) is a non-profit organization and one of the largest Hispanic Community Development Corporations in the United States. The organization began with a group of student and community activists in 1967, and was incorporated and received non-profit status in 1969. CPLC is committed to empowering individuals through health & human services, housing, education, and economic development.

If you need assistance from CPLC Staffing, feel free to e-mail us at cplc.staffing@cplc.org.

COMPANY PROVIDED BENEFITS
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
401(K)
Life Insurance
Short term disability
Long term disability
Personal Time Off (PTO) and Holidays
Education Reimbursement by department
Only candidates who meet or exceed the presented criteria and skills required to perform the duties and responsibilities will be considered. Please apply online by clicking on the LINK for the position in which you are interested.

Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc., Human Resources
1112 East Buckeye Rd
Phoenix, Arizona 85034

Chicanos Por La Causa participates in E-Verify: Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.

Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer.


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Grant Writer 


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 Executive Director and Director of Development to send funders newsletters, and to promote on-site tours.

  • Collaborating with Director of Development to compile annual report.

  • Maintaining records in hard copies and computer databases.


Grant Writer 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.


Company Description

Ending the opioid crisis from right here in CT


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The Company The world is facing a medical crisis, bacteria are increasingly evolving resistance to even our strongest antibiotics. The problem is already very real and immediate; for example, bloodstream infection leading to sepsis is now responsible for more than half of all deaths in hospitals and is the most expensive condition treated in hospitals. New methods of detecting and characterizing these infections and rapidly guiding treatment, are vitally needed, worldwide. Specific Diagnostics has developed a powerful, low cost, novel technology that combines the identification of bacterial infection with the determination of the most effective antibiotic to treat it, enabling in hours what currently takes days. We have invented a small molecule sensor which obtains a time-dependent “fingerprint” of the volatile organic compounds emitted from organisms. This enables a rapid low-cost identification of infection-causing bacteria along with the life-saving rapid determination of antibiotic efficacy. This is the job for you if want to be where your ideas will be central to world-changing and lifesaving products. We offer an opportunity to join us at an inflection point in our commercial growth, with our first commercial product being released and new recognition from major international government agencies fueling an expansion of our staff. The Job Specific is seeking a Microbiologist with experience in a biological science, preferably in microbiology. You will be a key contributor and critical to the success of the company. Responsibilities include: Working independently and as a member of a cross-functional team to support microbiology research and development Processing and testing biological specimen samples using aseptic technique and lab safety protocols. Perform a variety of standardized tests within microbiology department. Perform microbiological examinations for the detection and identification of pathogenic bacteria from blood cultures, urine, effluent, throat, and wound cultures. Authoring and reviewing protocols, reports, SOPs, work instructions and other product related documents Performing other quality control procedures to assure the operational accuracy of equipment and test reproducibility The job includes experimental research and development to create a cutting-edge In Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) platform. Ideally you have proven expertise in planning and executing laboratory experiments, data acquisition, and data interpretation. The job requires knowledge and proficiency in standard microbiological methods such as dilution and enumeration of microorganisms, stocking frozen strains, isolation and identification of pathogenic microorganisms, preparation and sterilization of culture media, aseptic techniques, components of culture media and impact on growth. You We are adding only the most exceptional talent to our outstanding team of engineers and scientists. You should have a track record of success in your education and projects, along with the following characteristics and skills: Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Microbiology or related science discipline with relevant microbiology experience. Clinical Microbiology Laboratory experience is a plus. Self-motivated with proven proficiency in data analysis, research design, troubleshooting, and evaluation of new technologies and procedures. Knowledge of accepted clinical laboratory practice and procedures including handling of potentially infectious material. Experienced with the standard tools and methods of microbiology, such as pipetting, plating, identification, media preparation, including working in anaerobic environments. Strong focus and attention to detail, with the ability to prioritize accuracy while following best practices in a fast-paced industrial laboratory environment. Ability to build effective relationships and collaborate with team members across various levels of technical expertise, from technicians through advanced scientists. Knowledge of computer skills, quality control and instrument maintenance. A team player that works well independently as well as part of a team and functions well in a fast-paced biotech start-up.


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SUMMARY This position is responsible for preparing applications and compliance reports for all government and privately funded grants. The Grant Writer must work closely with department managers, directors, senior directors, and vice presidents throughout the law school. The Grant Writer will take the lead in developing and submitting new and existing grant applications and support submission of related reports. In addition, this position will research and vet new opportunities for government funding and make recommendations to Senior Staff regarding such opportunities; maintain accounts for various government grant-related online portals; and maintain relationships and communication via email and phone with government funding agencies. The successful candidate will have very strong written communication skills, experience writing in a professional capacity, a working knowledge of government grant systems, and be able to demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively with others while also being self-motivated and directed when working alone. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Prepares all government and privately funded grant applications. Writes, edits, collects accurate data from appropriate departments, and ensures timely submissions of all grant and related applications. Reviews and evaluates various funding opportunities and makes appropriate recommendations to the Director. Handles all reports and updates to the external funding organization as required by the funding agreement. Gathers data and information for applications and reports – including required attachments from a variety of sources, including programs staff, agency documents, and on-line resources. Maintains positive relationships and communication with government and private funding entities. Maintains records of all related activities within the Raiser’s Edge database and hard copy files, as necessary. Maintains a comprehensive list of current government and private funding, including deadlines and requirements related to reporting, grant renewal, and re-application. Researches new funding opportunities to vet and match with current and new law school programs. Monitors various sources for upcoming or newly released funding opportunities. Supports the Director, Foundation and Corporate Relations in reviewing and approving grant projects. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES N/A QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must be professional and confidential of all department data and correspondence. The person must have a poised and professional image; strong ability to multi-task and prioritize in a fast paced environment, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to interact effectively and efficiently with all employees, visitors and students while projecting a positive image for the area and college. Service oriented with ability to make all visitors feel welcome. Must be computer literate with proficiency Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint, Raiser’s Edge and/or ability to become familiar with these tools is required. Must be detail-oriented and dedicated to accuracy. Excellent proofreading capability is required. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, combined with experience in managing multiple, overlapping deadlines and duties is required. Ability to receive and maintain confidential information is required. Highly organized and able to self-manage workload and deadlines is required. Ability to work well with different personality types and possess a team spirit and attitude is preferred. Must be able to work cooperatively with other individuals with clarity and fairness is required. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE Bachelor’s degree or higher in any field, or 4 years of experience in a position requiring writing in a professional capacity. Two to five years of experience in professional, technical, and/or government grant writing required. Experience in government grant writing and/or management is preferred. Working knowledge of online government grant systems is preferred. Ability to work under pressure and manage multiple deadlines concurrently is required LANGUAGE SKILLS Proficient in both spoken and written English. Ability to interpret and explain complex data. Ability to effectively and professionally communicate in one-on-one and small group situations to students, alumni, clients, and other employees of the organization. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS Ability to perform basic to intermediate math essential. Must possess the ability to analyze numerical data and detect patterns, errors and trends. REASONING ABILITY Ability to define routine problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions to solve routine problems and/or deal with a variety of variables in situations, especially when department head may be out of office or unavailable. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Extremely fast paced, multi-tasking, non-smoking work environment. Must be able to work the general business schedule of the College (9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.) plus occasional evenings and weekends as necessary.


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As an integral member of the RWJBarnabas Corporate Services team, the Associate, Corporate & Foundations Relations, will be responsible to perform the full range of activities required to research, prepare, write, submit and track grant proposals to raise financial revenue from corporations and foundations in support of hospital programs throughout the health system.


Responsibilities:
Primary responsibilities include the preparation of proposals and online grant applications. Specific tasks include prospect research, compiling program information, writing and editing proposals, preparing budgets, and submitting grant proposals to support hospital funding priorities. This includes proactively and independently identifying sources of support to ensure the achievement of department goals including number of proposals submitted, contacts made, and proposals closed.


Prepare proposal submission plans that include key tasks, program priorities, responsible parties and timeframes. Prepare needed documents/ program information from hospital staff. Assist with follow-up grant report writing, including securing information from hospital program directors. Monitor applications through approval process. Work with hospital VPs and program staff to arrange face-to-face cultivation meetings with potential funders.
Comply with all requested grant information as required by corporate and foundation donors. Prepare progress reports, receipts, etc. as required by funders. Maintain all grant information in Raisers Edge. Coordinate site visits between current funders and hospital program managers. Assist with other fundraising projects as assigned and occasionally work additional time on nights and/or weekends to support hospital events.


Requirements:



  • Qualified candidates should possess excellent writing and computer skills (Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint and Excel) and database management skills.

  • The candidate must be highly organized, able to effectively work under deadline pressure, use independent judgment and produce a quality work product within tight time constraints. Work is performed under broad direction of the Assistant Vice President with the majority of work performed independently.

  • A Bachelor s degree is required with a minimum of two years grant writing experience preferably in a hospital/academic setting.


Other Duties:


Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.



We offer a great work environment, competitive rates and excellent benefits, including:



  • Medical/Dental/Vision plans

  • 401 (k)

  • Vacation/Personal/Holiday/Sick Time Off

  • Short & Long Term Disability

  • Basic Life & Accidental Death Insurance

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Health Care/Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts


RWJBarnabas Health is the most comprehensive health care delivery system in New Jersey and the state s second largest private employer with more than 32,000 employees, 9,000 physicians and 1,000 residents and interns. The system includes eleven acute care hospitals, three acute care children s hospitals and a leading pediatric rehabilitation hospital (Children s Specialized Hospital).



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Job Description


Do you like to solve problems in an engaging, collaborative, team environment?  Are you excited about discovery, technical innovation, and achievement?  Does working in a flexible culture with professional growth opportunities, a family friendly vibe, and smart, caring colleagues make for a great day?  If so, consider an employment opportunity at Foth and join these members who enjoy their employment experience.




Foth Infrastructure and Environment, LLC is currently seeking a team-focused, innovative, and results-oriented  Grant Writer who is looking for new learning experiences, opportunities for career growth, and a desire to contribute to our clients' success.  This position will be working out of our  Green Bay, WI, Milwaukee, WI, or Madison, WI location. 

Responsibilities

    • Manage the full grant life cycle including prospect identification, data and relationship management, cultivation, solicitation/grant submission, and stewardship

    • Maintain and develop relationships with private, state, and federal grant managers

    • Maintain and develop relationships with elected officials to secure support for funding initiatives and grant opportunities

    • Manage grant submissions including working with key Foth members regarding grant deliverables, correspondence to grant funders, and maintaining updated grant documentation

    • Properly track grant agency funding cycle and process for awarding 

    • Ensure accurate and timely tracking, and acknowledgement of, grant awards from individual grantors and private and corporate foundations

    • Work with client team leaders and clients to understand and identify synergies with scope for potential funding of ports and harbors projects

    • Support the creation of consistent, high quality collateral for both print and online (donor correspondence, annual report content, press releases, direct mail appeals, etc.) through collaboration with Foth team members and external stakeholders

    • Maintain a comprehensive Grant Workplan for fiscal year, tracking all necessary aspects of pending and submitted grants 

    • Provide support to staff as grant proposal mentor and provide review and support to staff members as necessary on smaller grants

    • Engage in educational opportunities to remain up to date on current grant writing trends and needs. Make pertinent grant industry information available to internal and external stakeholders as necessary.

    • Ensure the accurate tracking of all grant-related revenues/expenses including receipts, correspondence, in-kind contributions, and supporting documentation

    • Attend donor events and represent organization at community events

    • Provide support for Development and Communications Department at key events

    • Perform other duties as identified



Required Qualifications

    • Bachelor's Degree in related field

    • Two years of technical writing experience

    • Two years of grant or proposal writing experience

    • Willing and able to become registered lobbyist within two years

    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and experience with database management

    • Excellent interpersonal communication, relationship building, and stewardship skills; ability to personally connect with, network, and engage diverse groups of internal and external stakeholders

    • Ability to work occasional evenings and weekend days

    • Demonstrated ability to work productively and collaboratively within a team

    • Flexible with a strong work ethic and an entrepreneurial spirit to accommodate multiple responsibilities and shifting priorities

    • Ability to work and make decisions independently

    • Ability to organize, document, and manage multiple priorities



Preferred Qualifications

    • Previous project management experience

    • Web and social media a plus, as applied to fundraising and development



All Foth Companies are equal opportunity employers and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law. All locations are tobacco-free.

 

About Foth

Foth is proud to be a 100% member-owned, science and engineering consulting firm with approximately 600 members.  We deliver engineering solutions to a diverse portfolio of public and private clients in the areas of infrastructure, environmental engineering and science, and production solutions engineering and manufacturing. We invest heavily in our members to meet the growing and diverse needs of our clients and our members, sustain our high retention numbers, and retain our inclusive, values-based culture.  We are proud of the employment experience we create for our members and of the New North Workplace Excellence Award we were recently awarded, recognizing us as an employer of choice.

 


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Job Description


 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 Executive Director and Director of Development to send funders newsletters, and to promote on-site tours.

  • Collaborating with Director of Development to compile annual report.

  • Maintaining records in hard copies and computer databases.


Grant Writer 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.


Company Description

My People Clinical Services is a mission driven, community based social service organization established in the City of Hartford in 2005 to Support, Empower, and Rebuild the lives of individuals and families in the Greater Hartford Region. As a collective group of culturally competent and diverse professionals consisting of social workers, marriage and family therapists, parent educators, therapeutic support specialists, and mental health counselors we aim to advocate, empower, and strengthen the lives of all families behind the mission "To enable My People to help Your People so that Our People will succeed".


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Job Description


 


Responsibilities:



  • Identify potential funding opportunities to support existing and planned programs; Federal, State, City, Foundation and Corporate opportunities.


  • Write proposals and coordinate applications for public and private funding.


  • Develop written materials and presentations for various audiences to effectively communicate programs and activities by providing compelling, accurate writings reflective of the mission and program accomplishments.


  • Assist in the administration of multiple grants administrative portals (i.e. HRSA Electronic Handbook, HHS Accelerator, State, City and foundation systems).


  • Organize data requests and grant deliverables; collect and analyze data for grants reporting; weekly internal funding reports/schedules/calendars, UDS reports, program reports, etc.


  • Coordinate team meetings for grant-funded programs.


  • Coordinate donor relations and requests for site visits and other activities.


  • Understand relevant policy and impact on the programs and planning at our company



Company Description

An early-stage healthcare startup utilizing cloud-based software and advanced tools to help optimize medication therapy and mitigate medication-related risks for patients with several chronic conditions in order to improve the patient's clinical outcomes and lower costs for providers and patients.


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As an integral member of the RWJBarnabas Corporate Services team, the Associate, Corporate & Foundations Relations, will be responsible to perform the full range of activities required to research, prepare, write, submit and track grant proposals to raise financial revenue from corporations and foundations in support of hospital programs throughout the health system.


Responsibilities:
Primary responsibilities include the preparation of proposals and online grant applications. Specific tasks include prospect research, compiling program information, writing and editing proposals, preparing budgets, and submitting grant proposals to support hospital funding priorities. This includes proactively and independently identifying sources of support to ensure the achievement of department goals including number of proposals submitted, contacts made, and proposals closed.


Prepare proposal submission plans that include key tasks, program priorities, responsible parties and timeframes. Prepare needed documents/ program information from hospital staff. Assist with follow-up grant report writing, including securing information from hospital program directors. Monitor applications through approval process. Work with hospital VPs and program staff to arrange face-to-face cultivation meetings with potential funders.
Comply with all requested grant information as required by corporate and foundation donors. Prepare progress reports, receipts, etc. as required by funders. Maintain all grant information in Raisers Edge. Coordinate site visits between current funders and hospital program managers. Assist with other fundraising projects as assigned and occasionally work additional time on nights and/or weekends to support hospital events.


Requirements:



  • Qualified candidates should possess excellent writing and computer skills (Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint and Excel) and database management skills.

  • The candidate must be highly organized, able to effectively work under deadline pressure, use independent judgment and produce a quality work product within tight time constraints. Work is performed under broad direction of the Assistant Vice President with the majority of work performed independently.

  • A Bachelor s degree is required with a minimum of two years grant writing experience preferably in a hospital/academic setting.


Other Duties:


Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.



We offer a great work environment, competitive rates and excellent benefits, including:



  • Medical/Dental/Vision plans

  • 401 (k)

  • Vacation/Personal/Holiday/Sick Time Off

  • Short & Long Term Disability

  • Basic Life & Accidental Death Insurance

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Health Care/Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts


RWJBarnabas Health is the most comprehensive health care delivery system in New Jersey and the state s second largest private employer with more than 32,000 employees, 9,000 physicians and 1,000 residents and interns. The system includes eleven acute care hospitals, three acute care children s hospitals and a leading pediatric rehabilitation hospital (Children s Specialized Hospital).



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SUMMARY This position is responsible for preparing applications and compliance reports for all government and privately funded grants. The Grant Writer must work closely with department managers, directors, senior directors, and vice presidents throughout the law school. The Grant Writer will take the lead in developing and submitting new and existing grant applications and support submission of related reports.


In addition, this position will research and vet new opportunities for government funding and make recommendations to Senior Staff regarding such opportunities; maintain accounts for various government grant-related online portals; and maintain relationships and communication via email and phone with government funding agencies.


The successful candidate will have very strong written communication skills, experience writing in a professional capacity, a working knowledge of government grant systems, and be able to demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively with others while also being self-motivated and directed when working alone.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESinclude the following. Other duties may be assigned.


Prepares all government and privately funded grant applications. Writes, edits, collects accurate data from appropriate departments, and ensures timely submissions of all grant and related applications.


Reviews and evaluates various funding opportunities and makes appropriate recommendations to the Director.


Handles all reports and updates to the external funding organization as required by the funding agreement.


Gathers data and information for applications and reports – including required attachments - from a variety of sources, including programs staff, agency documents, and on-line resources.


Maintains positive relationships and communication with government and private funding entities.


Maintains records of all related activities within the Raiser’s Edge database and hard copy files, as necessary.


Maintains a comprehensive list of current government and private funding, including deadlines and requirements related to reporting, grant renewal, and re-application.


Researches new funding opportunities to vet and match with current and new law school programs.


Monitors various sources for upcoming or newly released funding opportunities.


Supports the Director, Foundation and Corporate Relations in reviewing and approving grant projects.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

N/A


QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Must be professional and confidential of all department data and correspondence. The person must have a poised and professional image; strong ability to multi-task and prioritize in a fast paced environment, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to interact effectively and efficiently with all employees, visitors and students while projecting a positive image for the area and college. Service oriented with ability to make all visitors feel welcome. Must be computer literate with proficiency Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint, Raiser’s Edge and/or ability to become familiar with these tools is required. Must be detail-oriented and dedicated to accuracy. Excellent proofreading capability is required. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, combined with experience in managing multiple, overlapping deadlines and duties is required. Ability to receive and maintain confidential information is required. Highly organized and able to self-manage workload and deadlines is required. Ability to work well with different personality types and possess a team spirit and attitude is preferred. Must be able to work cooperatively with other individuals with clarity and fairness is required.


EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

Bachelor’s degree or higher in any field, or 4 years of experience in a position requiring writing in a professional capacity.


Two to five years of experience in professional, technical, and/or government grant writing required. Experience in government grant writing and/or management is preferred. Working knowledge of online government grant systems is preferred. Ability to work under pressure and manage multiple deadlines concurrently is required


LANGUAGE SKILLS

Proficient in both spoken and written English. Ability to interpret and explain complex data. Ability to effectively and professionally communicate in one-on-one and small group situations to students, alumni, clients, and other employees of the organization.


MATHEMATICAL SKILLS

Ability to perform basic to intermediate math essential. Must possess the ability to analyze numerical data and detect patterns, errors and trends.


REASONING ABILITY

Ability to define routine problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions to solve routine problems and/or deal with a variety of variables in situations, especially when department head may be out of office or unavailable. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.


CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS



WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Extremely fast paced, multi-tasking, non-smoking work environment. Must be able to work the general business schedule of the College (9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.) plus occasional evenings and weekends as necessary.


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The Prevent Drowning Foundation of San Diego is seeking an experienced grant writer to assist with researching and writing grant proposals, reports and other grant-or development related projects. Reporting to the Foundation President, this individual will be responsible for conducting a full range of activities to prepare, submit and manage grant proposals to foundations, corporate and federal sources.


SUMMARY


Qualified candidates should possess excellent writing and computer skills (Microsoft OfficeWord, Access, Powerpoint and Excel), and database management skills. The candidate must be highly organized with the ability to implement systems and follow-up processes, able to effectively work under pressure, use independent judgment and produce a quality work product within tight time constraints. Previous experience will demonstrate a proven track record in securing new funding opportunities; comprehensive knowledge of research, and the ability to distinguish and identify funding opportunities for special programs. Primary responsibilities include preparation of proposals and grant applications, and performance of responsible professional and administrative work in researching, identifying, developing and responding to public and private grant opportunities in the areas of drowning prevention, aquatics education, youth and children, recreation/sports and social services, among others.


SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Develop and maintain a thorough understanding of the Foundation’s mission, goals and objectives.


2. Establish a sound understanding of drowning-related issues and drowning prevention initiatives in order to identify grant and funding opportunities.


3. Investigate and Research grant-making organizations and analyze them to identify likely funding sources for specific projects and programs. Prioritize them for review by theFoundation.


4. Compile, write, and edit all grant applications exhibiting strong expository writing skills and a high-level command of grammar and spelling.


5. Review the fundraising needs of the drowning prevention activities for which funding is sought and make recommendations to more effectively approach grant-making organizations.


6. Develop individual grant proposals in accordance with each grant-making organization’s preferences and follow exactly each grant-making organization’s guidelines.


7. Keep in contact with grant-making organizations during their review of a submitted grant application in order to be able to supply additional supportive material.


8. Manage the process of supplying progress reports when required by a grant-making organization that has funded a project or program.


9. Report to the Foundation Board at board of directors meetings and to the fundraising subcommittee of the board as requested.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY


● Bachelor's degree with a minimum of three years related experience in grant writing and contract administration.


● Comprehensive knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and techniques; knowledge of adult learning techniques.


● Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals; ability to write routine reports and correspondence ;ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of an organization.


● Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions and percentages.


● Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists; ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.


● Experience with and knowledge of computer operation; knowledge of Microsoft OfficeSuite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.), and database applications.


● Interest in aquatics, drowning prevention and helping youth preferred.


 


The Prevent Drowning Foundation of San Diego is dedicated to saving lives by funding swim lessons for underserved youth and providing aquatic safety education for the San Diego County community. Through strategic initiatives, including Waterproofing San Diego, the Prevent Drowning Foundation of San Diego impacts more than 10,500 youth annually, many of whom lack the means or access, to learn how to swim. Learn more at www.preventdrowningfoundation.org.


Company Description

Prevent Downing Foundation of San Diego is dedicated to saving lives by funding swim lessons for underserved youth and providing aquatic safety education for the San Diego County community. Through strategic initiatives, including Waterproofing San Diego, the Prevent Drowning Foundation of San Diego impacts more than 10,500 youth annually, many of whom lack the means or access, to learn how to swim.


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 North Central Texas College is accepting applications for a Grant Writer:  Gainesville, Texas; Full-Time; Benefits Eligible


Summary


Responsible for the development of grant proposals including the identification of funding sources, participating on the grant development team to develop the project goals and objectives, the writing of the proposals following the requirements of the funding source. Provides assistance in the development of grant reports to the various funding agencies.   Proficient in utilizing on-line information and application tools for these key grant fund sources. Maintains positive organizational relationships, partnerships, and alliances with grant partners both internal and external organizations.


Education:


Bachelor’s Degree


Experience:


Three years of experience in grants development and writing with evidence of successful prospect research and grant awards from public and private funding sources/organizations. Evidence of designing projects, programs, and/or initiatives with successful implementation. Experience developing and managing project budgets.


Skills & Abilities:


Exceptional skills in writing, speaking, listening and critical thinking. Intermediate-advanced computer skills, including word-processing, spreadsheets, graphs/charts, and internet research. Ability to function effectively as part of a team as well as to work independently.


Responsibilities & Duties:


·         Writes and submits grants to funding agencies at a quality level that supports the likelihood of award. Ensures grant submission criteria are met in grant proposals.


·         Creates production calendars and timelines, identifies key activities, for grant proposal development in collaboration with the Sr. Director of Grants.


·         Provides progress reports at least monthly.


·         Performs technical, analytical, and related tasks for the collection, interpretation, aggregation, and evaluation of data, and for the incorporation of data into proposals.


·         Researches grant and resource opportunities through electronic and printed materials, and makes referrals for departmental consideration and collaboration.


·         Coordinates the grant development process from research and concept development through proposal submission to the funding agency.


·         Provides information and guidance requested by College personnel involved in grant development.


·         Assists in establishing partnerships and enhancing relationships with corporations and foundations to encourage involvement with the college through monetary and equipment donations as well as provide opportunities for educational exchanges.


·         Assists in the preparation of monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and final reports for some competitive grant projects.


·         Assists in the coordination of opening of local budget to ensure appropriate allocation of grant funds.


  Other duties as assigned


Employee may be required to travel between campuses and attend local and out-of-town meetings as necessary. Subject to criminal background check. Resume & Transcripts required in addition to application. Salary: $49,145 to commensurate with experience.


APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE THROUGH NCTC’s WEBSITE


http://employment.nctc.edu/postings/5367


North Central Texas College (“NCTC”) is an equal opportunity employer. NCTC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, genetics, equal pay, or any other legally protected characteristic. NCTC prohibits harassment on the basis of a legally protected characteristic and/or retaliation for reporting a complaint.


Company Description

Established in 1924 under the leadership of Texas community college pioneer Randolph Lee Clark, North Central Texas College is the oldest continuously operating public two-year college in the state. From its roots as a small, rural "junior" college — an extension of the local public schools actually — NCTC has grown and matured into a comprehensive, full-service community college of truly regional scope, serving students from six major campuses located across its service area.

North Central Texas College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools to award Associate Degrees and Certificates of Completion. Contact the Commission on Colleges.

Mission: North Central Texas College is dedicated to student success and institutional excellence. The College District encourages student achievement by providing affordable, quality learning environments, comprehensive student support, and public services.

North Central Texas College (“NCTC”) is an equal opportunity employer. NCTC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, genetics, equal pay, or any other legally protected characteristic. NCTC prohibits harassment on the basis of a legally protected characteristic and/or retaliation for reporting a complaint.


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Variety, the Children’s Charity of Texas is seeking a Grants Writer / Manager. This is a new position for our nonprofit and will initially be contract with the potential for a full-time hire.


We are searching for a methodical and strategic Grants Manager to work with our organization to enhance funding models, identify new sources of funding, and develop a sustainable and effective grants programs. Duties for the Grants Manager will include managing overall grant efforts, documenting payments and expenditure, optimizing the grant administration process, preparing progress reports, ensuring compliance with grant regulations, writing/reviewing grant proposals, managing grant databases, engaging with donor agencies, educating staff on policies, and preparing financial reports.


The ideal candidate for this role should have superior organizational skills, great leadership qualities, and exceptional budgeting and monitoring skills. The outstanding Grants Manager should re-enforce relationships with donors, ensure that grant programs operate efficiently, streamline grant administration, and assist in keeping our organization fiscally sound.


Grants Manager Responsibilities:



  • Designing grant programs

  • Determining funding needs

  • Researching funding opportunities

  • Prepare reporting for board of directors

  • Writing/reviewing grants

  • Identifying support agencies

  • Optimizing the grant administration process

  • Managing timelines and deliverables

  • Preparing and monitoring budgets

  • Tracking grant applications


To apply submit a resume and cover letter.


 


Company Description

Established in 1936, Variety of Texas serves children with disabilities and special needs across the state of Texas through our year-round kids camp, by sponsoring fun experiences and by providing individual grants for assistance animals, therapy, sensory equipment, modified vehicles and more. In 2017, we impacted close to 10,000 children and their families!


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Job Description


DHE Computer Systems, a Colorado corporation, is looking to hire a specialist as a Procurement specialist for our Bid Desk and Grant writing requirements.


Essential Functions & Responsibilities:


  • Obtain and review bid submissions

  • Identify and resolve potential issues in bid specifications

  • Prepare timely, well-written response to bids on behalf of the company

  • Follow up on pending bids and finalize for submission

  • Organize and maintain financial accountability on behalf of the company

  • Develop new systems to streamline the bid process and increase efficiency

  • Schedule or run meetings as needed

  • Communicate daily and effectively with property preservation specialist

Qualifications Required:


  • Associates Degree or better.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook & Excel

  • Must possess the ability to work under pressure and produce high quality results on tight deadline

Experience:


  • Review & Process customer information and create Bill Of Material (BOM) & issue list to as first step for quotation process worldwide.

  • Prepare and maintain standard tracking record.

  • Perform other duties as required.

  • Advance Excel user (experiences on using pivot tables and a big amount of data)

  • 3 years of working experience in similar field

  • Analytical skills to understand end user's quote requirements.

  • Strong English both (written and spoken) in a business environment.


  • Provide proposal and technical writing support for content created to ensure both compliance and responsiveness to the customer’s issues and needs, solicitation requirements.

  • Provide analysis and guidance regarding Request for Information, Request for Quote and Request for Proposal solicitation requirements and document as appropriate in the Proposal Development Plan (PDP).

  • As required develop and maintain compliance and various qualifications matrices in support of proposal and team fulfillment of all solicitation requirements.

  • As requested facilitate color team reviews for the internal evaluation of all or specific proposal sections or content, identifying deficiencies, strengths as well as ensuring compliance with all solicitation or client requirements have been appropriately developed and incorporated.

  • As required participate in proposal production to include editing and formatting, printing, assembly, delivery as well as administering company BD-OPS documentation library or repository.

  • As requested, update and maintain company’s proposal boilerplate or template library, as well as support modernization efforts for process and records management improvements.

  • Apply working knowledge of company service offerings related solutions, technology, terminology, and industry best practices for the purpose of supporting proposal content development, solicitation analysis, company teaming partner representation where applicable and as required.

  • Work collaboratively with other company employees, managers, senior executives, stakeholders and teaming partners to develop opportunity pursuit and response content to include data calls and in support of internal marketing requests.

  • Utilize company’s market intelligence tools, Online subscriptions services, and other identified resources to research, track and maintain opportunity awareness.

  • Support company Public Sector, Commercial and Federal opportunity pursuits by participating in strategies, capture, win themes and other planning activities in support of business development operational activities.


 


Benefits:


·        401K and Profit Sharing


·        Generous commission plan


·        Paid Training


·        Paid Vacation


·        Health Benefits after 90 Days (Dental, Vision, Health)


 


Company Description

Established in 1989, DHE Computer Systems, LLC is a nationally recognized Technical Sales and Services company. Our offices are centrally located in Centennial Colorado in the Denver Technology Center. We are now expanding to Arizona! We support several vertical markets including Enterprise, Small and Medium sized businesses, Healthcare, Education (K-12 through Higher Ed), State and Local Government customers.

Competitive Compensation Package, Full Benefits, Paid Training. Great Company!


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General Summary:


KC CARE Health Center – the heart of community healthcare – offers quality, affordable, integrated health services to everyone in the community with the promise of dignity and personalized care; especially those without adequate health insurance. Headquartered in Midtown, KC CARE has three locations across the city, and serves over 20,000 people annually.


The Marketing & Development team generates diverse, sustainable income streams through fundraising and marketing activities for the sake of those who are medically vulnerable. The right candidate must possess exceptional technical writing skills, demonstrate fundraising savvy and thrive on a performance-driven, fast-paced, good-humored team.


Position Summary:
The Grant Writer works on overall marketing & development initiatives of the agency. The primary focus includes writing grant proposals and managing the related aspects of grant application submissions for program areas as needed; continually researching funding opportunities for program continuation and implementation; and managing up-to-date and accurate records for funders and the agency. The position also involves offering input on strategic planning, team problem solving and marketing initiatives. The role often requires creating marketing materials of all media, and providing support related to special events.


Minimum Requirements:



  • Degree in business, communications, public relations, journalism, English, advertising, social work, etc.

  • Minimum 1 years’ experience in grant writing including some marketing experience.

  • Experience in health care field and solid knowledge of health care, behavioral health, case management, education and prevention services (HIV Primary care and Support Services preferred).

  • Experience as lead writer on at least one federal government application preferred.

  • Previous Raiser’s Edge experience preferred; database experience of some kind preferred.

  • Experience with Adobe design software preferred.


Essential Functions:



  • Researches, drafts and works within a team to construct well-written, persuasive applications and proposals for funding existing infrastructure and future program development.

  • Continually researches funding opportunities.

  • Participates in the maintenance of the grant calendar and the weekly Grant Process meeting. Tracks funding received to assist in grant management and monitoring.

  • Prepares grants reports as needed.

  • Serves as a clearinghouse for organizational information required for grant applications (background, history, standard forms).

  • Works collaboratively with KC CARE leadership and program staff to facilitate the grants process and best represent KC CARE to the community and funders – which include a mix of federal, state and local funding as well as private funding sources and family foundations.

  • Works as a member of the marketing and development team contributing, as appropriate, to overall marketing and development efforts such as contributing to strategic discussions, developing messaging strategy and creating marketing materials including annual reports, brochures, signage and newsletters.

  • Supports the execution of special events through management of sponsorships and registrations, logistical planning, technology implementation, volunteer training and on-site management, as needed.

  • Supports the mission and vision of the KC CARE.

  • Is a team member of KC CARE; supporting other staff members and departments when needed.

  • All other duties as assigned by Supervisor.


Competencies:



  • Ability to work independently, self-initiate projects, prioritize workload in an organized manner, and follow through with bringing assignments to conclusion in a timely manner.

  • Proven project management skills including facilitation of project teams.

  • Exceptionally strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.

  • Proven ability to multitask and quickly adjust to change.

  • Must have exceptional attention to detail as well as record keeping acumen.

  • Strong computer skills along with knowledge and experience in the internet. Extensive computer knowledge of Microsoft products.

  • Must be able to manage time effectively in order to complete tasks and meet ongoing deadlines.

  • Must be able to handle and keep extremely sensitive information confidential.

  • Must be able to work for more than one individual at a time, prioritize and multi-task.

  • Must be able to work flexible schedules supporting fundraising events, including occasional evenings and weekends.


Physical Demands/Working Conditions:



  • Intermittent physical activity includes walking, standing, sitting, lifting of office supplies

  • Exposure to virus, disease and infection from patients in working environment

  • Will be expected to work evening and/or additional hours as needed.


The above information is intended to describe the most important aspects of the job. This job description is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required in order to perform the work. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. KC CARE is committed to providing equal employment opportunity/affirmative action (EEO/AA) to all job applicants and employees.



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The Grant Writer is a key member of the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF) Development team, responsible for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors to support the organization’s PreK-12 national education programs.  Future growth opportunities include fundraising for the Collegiate Inventors Competition, NIHF Induction Events, and NIHF Museum.


 


Position Responsibilities



  • Increase the fundraising ability and public visibility of NIHF, its programs, and mission

  • Implement strategies to cultivate foundation, and corporate partnerships to support NIHF’s PreK-12 education programs

  • Work in collaboration with the Sales team to increase PreK-12 scholarship support in strategic areas of the country

  • Submit letters of intent, proposals, and final reports to support the fundraising team

  • Cultivate relationships with donors and ensure regular communication through phone, email, in-person meetings, and/or site visits

  • Maintain comprehensive, accurate grant and donor files through Salesforce

  • Travel as required to develop relationships

  • Effectively communicate NIHF’s mission and programs to broad audiences

  • Other duties as assigned


 


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities



  • Strong writing, verbal, and organizational skills

  • Self-directed, performance-oriented individual who has demonstrated initiative and achievement of goals

  • Proven proficiency with MS Office applications

  • Ability to learn Salesforce or other donor-related databases

  • Ability to work effectively under pressure and respond to changing priorities, while adhering to deadlines

  • Adept communicator who can effectively represent NIHF

  • Proven prospect research capabilities


 


Credentials and Experience



  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Experience in nonprofits/development preferred


 


Benefits of working for the National Inventors Hall of Fame include: 



  • Competitive benefit offerings, including; medical, dental, vision, life, FSA, disability, pet insurance

  • 401K plan and employer match of 100%, up to 5% of base salary

  • Paid time off, paid holidays, year-end closure

  • Critical Illness/Accident Supplemental Income plans available

  • On-site workout facility and daily cardio/yoga instructors

  • Flexible workday scheduling

  • Great team environment, opportunities for growth, and culture focused on professional development


 


Cover letter describing why you are an ideal candidate for the position, salary requirements, and personal interest in working for the National Inventors Hall of Fame, required with resume submission. A writing sample will also be requested for this position. 


Company Description

The National Inventors Hall of Fame is a dynamic nonprofit organization that offers its employees, interns, and volunteers the opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to inspire creativity and innovation in America and Canada.

Through our programs we have encouraged nearly two million people to explore, create, and invent. We honor the greatest inventors whose inventions have changed our world through induction into the National Inventors Hall of Fame, recognize college-level inventors through the Collegiate Inventors Competition, and inspire a new generation of innovators through education programs including Camp Invention, Invention Project, and Club Invention.

We have an entrepreneurial culture that rewards creativity and ambition. We also understand the value and importance, both professionally and personally, of providing our employees with a comprehensive benefits package. We are committed to providing competitive benefits including health benefits, retirement savings, professional development opportunities and more.


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Grant writer needed to spur charitable contributions and large grants for this comprehensive effort to provide 16 - 56 beds at a newly developed awesome reentry residential housing and program support facilities in the heart of the Napa Valley.  The project start up is fully funded by a non-profit.  The continuing costs must be covered by financial support from the community, the city, county and state of California, and an ask from Federal resources.  The hire will have experience in this field, will have connections, know the ropes if you will on who to ask for what?  For instance, we need an "infirmary" to store medical records, dispense or assist with medication, treat common colds and sore throats, weigh and chart weight gain and loss, minor wound care, arrange for psychiatric assessment for medication with our medical team.  Tell us where you would start to find funding the infirmary?  The hire would be offered a standard commission on all funds raised, along with costs.  All this work can be done offsite, probably working 10 -20 hours a week to start, working closely with the Project Director.

Company Description

Progressive advocates of serving the needs of persons who have mental health challenges and get in trouble with the law, or otherwise need wrap around services in order that they are able to live their lives to their full potential and be of service, not a burden in their community.


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Do you like to solve problems in an engaging, collaborative, team environment?  Are you excited about discovery, technical innovation, and achievement?  Does working in a flexible culture with professional growth opportunities, a family friendly vibe, and smart, caring colleagues make for a great day?  If so, consider an employment opportunity at Foth and join these members who enjoy their employment experience.




Foth Infrastructure and Environment, LLC is currently seeking a team-focused, innovative, and results-oriented  Grant Writer who is looking for new learning experiences, opportunities for career growth, and a desire to contribute to our clients' success.  This position will be working out of our  Green Bay, WI, Milwaukee, WI, or Madison, WI location. 

Responsibilities

    • Manage the full grant life cycle including prospect identification, data and relationship management, cultivation, solicitation/grant submission, and stewardship

    • Maintain and develop relationships with private, state, and federal grant managers

    • Maintain and develop relationships with elected officials to secure support for funding initiatives and grant opportunities

    • Manage grant submissions including working with key Foth members regarding grant deliverables, correspondence to grant funders, and maintaining updated grant documentation

    • Properly track grant agency funding cycle and process for awarding 

    • Ensure accurate and timely tracking, and acknowledgement of, grant awards from individual grantors and private and corporate foundations

    • Work with client team leaders and clients to understand and identify synergies with scope for potential funding of ports and harbors projects

    • Support the creation of consistent, high quality collateral for both print and online (donor correspondence, annual report content, press releases, direct mail appeals, etc.) through collaboration with Foth team members and external stakeholders

    • Maintain a comprehensive Grant Workplan for fiscal year, tracking all necessary aspects of pending and submitted grants 

    • Provide support to staff as grant proposal mentor and provide review and support to staff members as necessary on smaller grants

    • Engage in educational opportunities to remain up to date on current grant writing trends and needs. Make pertinent grant industry information available to internal and external stakeholders as necessary.

    • Ensure the accurate tracking of all grant-related revenues/expenses including receipts, correspondence, in-kind contributions, and supporting documentation

    • Attend donor events and represent organization at community events

    • Provide support for Development and Communications Department at key events

    • Perform other duties as identified



Required Qualifications

    • Bachelor's Degree in related field

    • Two years of technical writing experience

    • Two years of grant or proposal writing experience

    • Willing and able to become registered lobbyist within two years

    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and experience with database management

    • Excellent interpersonal communication, relationship building, and stewardship skills; ability to personally connect with, network, and engage diverse groups of internal and external stakeholders

    • Ability to work occasional evenings and weekend days

    • Demonstrated ability to work productively and collaboratively within a team

    • Flexible with a strong work ethic and an entrepreneurial spirit to accommodate multiple responsibilities and shifting priorities

    • Ability to work and make decisions independently

    • Ability to organize, document, and manage multiple priorities



Preferred Qualifications

    • Previous project management experience

    • Web and social media a plus, as applied to fundraising and development



All Foth Companies are equal opportunity employers and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law. All locations are tobacco-free.

 

About Foth

Foth is proud to be a 100% member-owned, science and engineering consulting firm with approximately 600 members.  We deliver engineering solutions to a diverse portfolio of public and private clients in the areas of infrastructure, environmental engineering and science, and production solutions engineering and manufacturing. We invest heavily in our members to meet the growing and diverse needs of our clients and our members, sustain our high retention numbers, and retain our inclusive, values-based culture.  We are proud of the employment experience we create for our members and of the New North Workplace Excellence Award we were recently awarded, recognizing us as an employer of choice.

 


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Grant Writer-Job Description:


Are you looking to work for a growing Non-Profit where you can make a difference within the organization and in the lives of those Recovering from Addiction?


Team Recovery is hiring an experienced, innovative, and outgoing individual with a demonstrable record of consistent grant writing success.


 


Mission:


To passionately and enthusiastically carry a message of strength and hope to anyone affected by the disease of addiction


 


About Team Recovery:


Founded in 2015, Team Recovery started as a way for recovering addicts during the journey of getting sober. It quickly grew into much more. Now our members have grown to various ways of giving back from working in rehabilitation, community education and public speaking.


We welcome anyone that to make a positive change in recovery to join Team Recovery. If you need support and resources, get connected. ​


 


The Grant Writer will be responsible for identifying grant opportunities, managing the grant development and proposal process. Candidates must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, a professional and resourceful demeanor, the ability to work both independently and as a team player, and a desire to take initiative and manage numerous projects simultaneously.


This position is based out of Team Recovery headquarters in Toledo, OH and reports to the CEO.


 


Qualifications:


Demonstrated experience in obtaining grants from non-profits, charities, and other philanthropic organizations · Excellent verbal and written communication skills required · Ability to manage rejection and overcome common proposal objections · Strong interpersonal and presentation skills required · Experience with sourcing opportunities, cold-calling, contact development, and business relationship management · Detail oriented, adaptable, organized and demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple projects and tasks · Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office, email marketing, and CRM tools


 


Duties & Responsibilities:


Research and identify grant opportunities based on funding amount needed, location, and organization project · Track and create a calendar of grant opportunities – including deadline dates, required materials, etc · Complete and submit grant applications to secure funding · Successfully understand and communicate mission and vision of company applying for the grant · Maintain chart of grant applications: including grants applied to, status of application, grant deadline · Communicate with foundations, if needed, to confirm an organization is applicable to apply for funding · Identify all requirements of grant to ensure all necessary attachments are submitted on time · Prioritize grants to apply for (based on size of grant and time funding is released)


 


Salary & Benefits:


We value our employees’ time and efforts. Our commitment to your success is enhanced by our competitive compensation and benefits package including paid vacation, flexible hours, medical benefits


 


Company Description

Founded in 2015, Team Recovery started as a way for recovering addicts during the journey of getting sober. It quickly grew into much more. Now our members have grown to various ways of giving back from working in rehabilitation, community education and public speaking. We welcome anyone that strive to make a positive change in recovery to join Team Recovery.


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POSITION SUMMARY


The Grant Writer/Development Manager is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding foundation, government, corporate and association donors to Family Christian Health Center (FCHC). FCHC is seeking an organized, dedicated and self-motivated individual. The primary responsibilities of this position include prospect research, grant development, writing and productions, grants management, tracking and reporting, supporting funder relationships, and coordination with program and finance staff members to accomplish grant related goals. This individual should possess a deep understanding of FCHC’s programs and priorities, knowledge of the policy environment in which health centers operate and a strategic approach to pursuing relationships to support FCHC’s mission and goals.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:



  1. Develop and execute fundraising strategies designed to build strong relationships with funders and to secure support for general operations, restricted programs, and capital projects.

  2. Research, write, and present/submit letters of inquiry, sponsorship proposals, and grant applications, working in partnership with program staff and managers, finance and Executive Management Team.

  3. Manage all aspects of proposal and grant writing, stewardship, and record-keeping.

  4. Lead new prospects identifications, tracking/management, and assignment for further cultivation.

  5. Responsible for reporting and administrative activities.

  6. Focus on procuring philanthropic support for services that generate a measurable and beneficial social impact for our patients.

  7. Manage portfolio of awarded grants and contributions to ensure goals are being met, grant reports are submitted, and grants are spent according to budget.

  8. Seek and monitor funding opportunities and make recommendations to Executive Leadership Team.

  9. Collaborate with key program staff to achieve FCHC’s overall fundraising goals.

  10. Secure meetings and coordinate site visits with donors and prospected to build relationships and provide updates on FCHC.

  11. Assist with other projects as assigned.


EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE



  1. Bachelor's degree from four-year College, university or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  2. 3-5 years of grant writing, fundraising or development.

  3. Strong written communication skills, ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals.

  4. Experience working in deadline-driven environments.

  5. Attention to detail.

  6. Ability to work well in a team and handle multiple tasks in a face-paced environment. Strong contributor in team environments.

  7. Excellent time management and organizational skills.

  8. Ability to monitor, meet and report fundraising goals.

  9. Knowledge of community health services, public health or related fields a plus.

  10. Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint)


Company Description

Family Christian Health Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and a fully integrated behavioral health, dental and primary care system. The mission of the Health Center is to provide excellent healthcare to the community that communicates in word and deed the love and Gospel of Jesus Christ.


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