- Personal stability, flexibility, energy, and commitment to
working toward the agency mission.
- Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in related field.
- Significant proficiency with the use of computers and common
- Demonstrated willingness and capacity to search, identify, and
apply for funding opportunities on multiple platforms.
- Superior command of written English, including forms for
reports, letters, other documents.
- Highly developed organizational and time management skills with
Intrinsic and Autonomous Ability to Identify and Appy for Funding
to Benefit the Mission of the Organization.
- Meet requirements as set out in Policy and Procedures.
- A Grant Certification from a Recognized Association is
- Search, identify, apply, & obtain funding from foundations,
government entities, and citizens.
- Manage submission deadlines, grant writing and editing
independently for multiple opportunities at the same time.
- Carefully review and selecting opportunities, keeping a close
eye on application deadlines.
- Clearly communicate needs and goals to obtain funding.
- The Specialist may be asked to present on a regular basis, both
to review proposed grants and to report on those already
- Grant specialists must clearly communicate with the granting
organizations to increase the likelihood of successful
- Be the liaison between the agency and funding sources.
- Manage the Administrative & technical work involving the
receipt, review and approval of proposals and awards and post-award
- Work in Collaboration with other Directors to fund
- Serve on committees and attend meetings as requested by
- Adhere to accreditation bodies standards and Maryland / Federal
- Maintain information and grants library.
- Other duties as assigned by supervisor
AUTHORITY: Position reports to CEO, CFO, & CHRO and receives
schedules, assignments, and evaluations from same.
CLASSIFICATION, SALARY AND BENEFITS: Regular, full time
position; exempt from overtime; see published salary scale.