The Grant writing team is a collaborative effort that is stronger, and even more attainable with a collaborative process. The Grant team will be responsible for all aspects of the life cycle of the grant, from proposal development to final reporting.
The grant team will be broken into seven areas, Grant Lead, Grant Researcher, The Grant Analyst, The Organizational Historian/Fact-checker, The Needs Manager/Project Rationale Researcher, The Grant Writer, The Collaboration Organizer. Some persons can be placed on two teams.
Preferred applicants are deadline-driven team players with multitasking abilities.
Information Related to The Job Description:
- The position is unpaid. (Volunteer)
- Some training will be provided.
- If seeking credit or practicum hours, additional documents will be required.
- Research grant sources (government and private) compatible with H.Y.P.E. to Empowers, Inc. Mission, values, and programs in support of the agency’s strategic and program goals.
- Coordinate the development of grant requests by establishing timelines outlining tasks, assignments, and deadlines.
- Format agency budget to meet grant sources’ budget requirements.
- Help Develop grant budgets. * Furnishing prospective funders with supporting documents.
- Collaborating with the Director of Development to compile an annual report.
- Maintaining records in computer databases.
- Support other subdivisions of Development with occasional projects (Membership, Individual Giving, Corporation Relations, and Donor Relations)
- What worked yesterday may not work today and will likely not work tomorrow. To succeed, we must incorporate new ways of thinking and embrace new practices. As part of our individual and agency cultural change process, it is critical that all associated with H.Y.P.E. to Empower, Inc. aspire to this.
- All Volunteering positions will be held virtual (Zoom)
- This is a remote volunteer opportunity, meaning you can be located anywhere in the United States provided you have a computer and a reliable internet connection.
- Volunteers in Metro Atlanta will have the opportunity to attend some in-person meetings if wanted or needed.
- This opportunity is flexible. However, we will work on the deadlines needed to ensure a successful grant submission.
Preferred Qualifications and skills:
- Be willing to experiment, comfortable trying new things, and not afraid to fail and interested in HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ matters.
- Microsoft Office including Excel, Publisher, Word, Understanding of the use with G-suits, Google products.
- Time management, Interpersonal skills, Strong people skills., Organizational skills, Ability to meet deadlines, Ability to work independently.
- Detailed oriented, Must be an independent self-starter.