PART TIME GRANT ASSISTANT
As a Part Time Grant Assistant, you will support the Grant Coordinator. You will work across agency departments to coordinate, compile and update programmatic data; organize and conduct stewardship activities with foundations; help with data collection and data entry; and collaborate with program staff to assist with development of Continuous Quality Improvement protocols for all departments. More specifically, you will coordinate internally with staff to assemble program and financial data for grant applications and reports; assist with the generation of data reports for grants; maintain files of proposals, reports, and stewardship materials; maintain the grant office – file grant proposals, applications, research, etc.; assist in the preparation of grant proposals; conduct research and work with staff to gather client, organizational and industry statistics for use in grants; coordinate with and support the Grant Coordinator; conduct grant-related research as assigned; assist in preparing grant reports for Executive Director and Board of Directors as needed; and coordinate with Development staff on mailings to grantors.
You must have a Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in Health Education, Psychology, or other related fields; a minimum of 1-2 years’ work experience in a related field; excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong proofreading and editing skills; expertise experience with Excel and Access; expertise with Raiser’s Edge is a plus; and impeccable attention to detail.
In addition, you must have a valid driver’s license and ability to meet BHS vehicle insurance requirements and be able to complete a criminal background check and drug test.
In this role you will be responsible for coordinating housing services for assigned cases identified by the Coordinated Assessment system. This includes but is not limited to: developing a housing plan for each family in these programs, networking between clients and potential landlords, managing lease options, and overseeing apartment inspections prior to leasing, and annually, with the goal of a quick transition for families to move from emergency shelter to leased apartments.
You must have a Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field is preferred; Demonstrated experience of working with homeless or low income populations; Reliable and regular attendance; a valid driver’s license and ability to meet BHS’s vehicle insurance requirements; Successful completion of BHS criminal background checks and drug tests.
Contact Mary Bennett Brown, Human Resources Director for more information about these positions. Call 557-2404.