Grant Writer Full-Time Temp-To-Perm $27.88 - $37.50/HR Primary tasks, duties and responsibilities: Promote and practice the Hospice mission and values and follows policies and procedures. Identify grant opportunities and oversee external grant writers, in conjunction with the Foundation President. Develop, implement and evaluate the grant and donor funded opportunities within verticals and services, in support of the Foundation’s fundraising goals. Engage with key vertical and service line managers, vice presidents and teams in order to cultivate new ideas, write grant proposals, develop grant budgets, provide ongoing problem-solving support and execute outcomes as promised in grant agreements with outside funders. Monitor and track the progress of teams to meet promised grant and donor funded program commitments. Work with consultants and others to institute relevant trainings or initiatives to support the growth and development of staff relative to capacity building of skills needed for grant implementation. Provide technical assistance to Foundation staff, as needed. Collaborate with external partners and funders, in conjunction with the Foundation President and clinical team members. Keep abreast of community issues, trends and potential partners that impact Foundation’s ability to fund services. Represent the Foundation at meetings, forums, public presentations and other opportunities with donors, funders, partners, etc. Prepare high quality reports for funders, granters, board members. Propose and maintain annual budget as it relates to this position. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Solid knowledge of community partners and grant oversight. Experience in building capacity, serving as a consultant and coach within organizations to build capacity and confidence of clinical team members. Strong analytic skills and creative problem-solving. Demonstrated ability to handle sensitive information effectively and confidentially, politically savvy to organization and community dynamics. Highly collaborative style; experienced relationship building with flexibility and finesse to manage by influence. Track record of high implementation drive, thriving on managing many key initiatives simultaneously. Able to work well with volunteers and key staff across many verticals and as part of an integrated team of fundraising professionals. Excellent planning, organizational, problem solving and analytical skills. Highly self-motivated, organized and accountable to SMART goals and metrics. Requires proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite; and similar grant tracking and reporting software. Ability to work on multiple projects at once with strong attention to detail, and meeting deadlines. Performs duties at a high level of accuracy and confidentiality. Possess reliable transportation, valid State of Florida driver’s license and automobile insurance. Ability to drive throughout service area in day and nighttime hours in all weather conditions. Educational/Professional: Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university. Minimum five (5) years’ experience in the philanthropy field; not-for-profit and/or healthcare experience is preferred. An equivalent combination of experience and education may be considered as meeting the Education/Professional requirements.
Position Type: Full-time
Salary Range: $41,000 - $60,000/year
Employer Type: Private Company