GRANT WRITER

at Carter Consulting, Corp. (view profile)
Location Birmingham, Alabama
Date Posted 11/29/2017
Category Consultants
Job Type Full-time
Job Function Grant Writing & Research
Salary Based on Experience
Start Date 2018/01/05
Address 205 20th Street North Suite 619

Description

Carter Consulting, Corp is an independent grant-writing organization with Nonprofit  and  For-profit  business  development  experience.  Carter Consulting, Corp is seeking an  experienced  professional  to  join  its  management  team  as  a   Grant  Writer.    The  individual  selected  will  identify,  define,  and  develop  funding  sources  to  support existing and planned program activities as well as coordinate the development, writing, and  submission  of  grant  proposals  to  third-party  entities.    The  position  is  also  responsible  for  collecting,  analyzing,  and  reporting  data  on  the  performance  of  program  activities  that  are  funded by third-party public and private sources.

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree or have worked in related discipline with a minimum of three  years   of   related   experience   and   a   proven   track   record   in   grant   writing   and   program   development.    Candidate  must  have  excellent  written  and  verbal  communication  skills,  be  proficient  in  research,  interpreting,  and  analyzing  diverse  data  and  possess  the  ability  to  work  collaboratively and independently to achieve stated goals.

 

SUMMARY

Qualified candidates should possess excellent writing and computer skills (Microsoft Office Word, 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.

 

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