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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

Grant Writer

  9/26/2018   San Diego LGBT Community Center
 Job Description        

Reporting to the Director of Grant Strategies, the Grant Writer is responsible for preparing and producing, in draft and final form, grant proposals and solicitations for funding. The Grant Writer researches and recommends funding opportunities; develops solicitations and proposals for both program and general operating needs, and capital projects; prepares progress and final reports to funders; and maintains department database and associated records. Audiences include foundations, corporations, and when appropriate, government sources of funds. See The Center's website for a full list of primary roles & responsibilities.



1. Education and/or Experience: A bachelor’s degree is required. Related experience can be substituted for the educational requirement on a year-for-year basis. Must have at least three years’ experience in grant writing with a demonstrated track record of success for public, private, and corporate funders in organizations with $3 million budgets or more. 2. Computer/Office Equipment Skills: Must be comfortable working in PC/Windows-based environments. Must have proficiency with Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Outlook and Excel. Must have general database management skills. See additional qualifications under additional info


 Additional Information        

3. Other Skills: Must be a highly skilled writer, whose abilities include writing for government, foundation and corporate audiences; must be a conceptual, strategic thinker; must possess strong professional work ethic and ability to meet deadlines; must work well in multicultural teams and with diverse constituencies; must be self-motivated and highly organized with the ability to effectively work under pressure, use independent judgment and produce a quality work product within tight time constraints; must have comprehensive knowledge of research, and the ability to identify funding opportunities for emerging programs; must have demonstrated attention to detail, organization, reliability, flexibility and professionalism. 4. Language Skills: Fluency in English is required. Fluency in Spanish beneficial. 5. Experience using federal, state, and county research, grant submission, and post-award reporting portals is highly desirable


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