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Grant Proposal Writer - Internal (In-House) Applicants Only

Company: Din College
Location: Tsaile
Posted on: May 3, 2021

Job Description:

Grant Proposal WriterTsaile CampusPOSITION DESCRIPTIONDuty Schedule:Typically 40 hours per from 8:00 am. to 5:00 pm. but may required evening and weekend work as required.Summary/Objective of Position:Under general supervision, identifies funding sources, provides grant writing and facilitates proposal development. Develops, writes and submits large, (sometimes multidisciplinary, multi-collaborative) proposals. Works with faculty and staff in the design, content and preparation of sponsored project proposals in accordance with sponsor standards and requirements. Participates in writing narrative sections and edits narrative drafts, particularly those that require technical expertise and awareness in area of proposal.Track and coordinate participation in ongoing funding opportunities; support and collaborate with administration and researchers to formulate and submit grant proposals. Write and edit proposal narratives and budgetary justifications and works with finance department in budget development.Disclaimer: This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, skills, efforts, requirements or working conditions associated with the job. While this list is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed as assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.Write and edit a variety of comprehensive narrative and budgetary justification for stylistic consistency according to the funding organizationsFacilitate team formation, conceptualization, writing and review of major proposalsPrimary responsibility for coordination and timely submission of qualified proposals, including supporting documentations. Researches new funding sources from a variety of governmental agencies, corporate, foundation and non-profitsMaintains a grant calendar, log of resulting activities and records to reflect status and progress of proposalsAssists faculty in preparing proposal narratives and documents in compliance with Din College, sponsor and federal guidelines and deadlinesReviews requests for proposals and funding guidelines from sponsoring agencies to summarize and disseminate to appropriate faculty, staff or researcherReviews and provides feedback on proposals narratives and documentsResearches appropriate information to resolve questions or refers to team member who have the ability to resolve questionProvides consultation services and research strategies, tactics, tools and best practices for the development of grants for submissions, as requestedCoordinates multiple complex projects with fixed deadlinesGathers information on proposal development activityMaintains knowledge of funded projects, such as: product review; conference and publication opportunity referrals; suggest college resources for disseminationTrack grant application success rateMaintain continuity of writing style among different writers and throughout materialCreate templates and boilerplate documents to support the proposal development infrastructure; maintain a knowledge base consisting of project descriptions, research personnel academic biographies and professional profile documentsProvide guidance and support to Pis, project coordinators and others regarding grant guidelines and procedures governing state, federal, and private grant proposal submissions; and reviewer expectations.QUALIFICATIONS:Education & ExperienceMinimum:BA degree with 5 years experience writing and coordinating multidisciplinary sponsored research and private grant proposals with multiple collaborators for a variety of funding sources.Preferred:In addition to the minimum requirements, a Masters Degree is related field.Knowledge:Experience writing/editing and proofreading a variety of technical materialsExperience interpreting and applying various funding agencies' technical requirements and proceduresExperience producing written materials for development communications activities, including profiles/articles and narrative donor reportsCommunicate freely about questions, concerns, or issues of technical clarity and precisionDemonstrate knowledge of basic graphic design and layoutDemonstrated knowledge of contemporary writing styles and editing rules and guidelinesExperience in critical thinking and problem solvingKnowledgeable of various research approachesSkills:Experience in designing resource tools, materials and presentations for writing proposalsAbility to research topicsAbility to utilize various computer tools to increase efficiencyAbility to organize and write clearlyGood communication skillsAbility to work with wide range of people and within varying disciplinesAbility to meet deadlines Must have excellent organization skills and project management experienceAbilities:See above under Skills, Knowledge and Essential Functions.Physical Requirements, Work Environment & Travel:Work is done in a typical office environment, with very minimal travel required. Physical requirement may include but not limited to lifting typical office equipment (less than 25 lbs.), bending, sitting, reaching, and walking. Some travel may be required.Other Requirement(s):Must have and maintain a valid state issued driver's license.

Keywords: Din College, Rio Rancho , Grant Proposal Writer - Internal (In-House) Applicants Only, Other , Tsaile, New Mexico

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