The Grants Specialist is a member of the Institutional Advancement, Marketing, and Research Division who: 1) develops and writes grant proposals for submission to multiple sponsoring agencies in order to secure grant funding that will support divisional and College goals, specifically the College’s strategic priorities; and 2) assists with post-grant award programmatic activities and compliance.
• Researches grant opportunities and works with various campus stakeholders to write, and edit grant proposals/applications for submission to federal, state, and local agencies, as well as to private funding agencies and foundations.
• Organizes and participates on grant writing teams to develop, write, and edit grant proposals.
• Assists the Director of Grant Development in providing support to College faculty, administrators, and staff who are in need of assistance with grant writing.
• Serves as a subject matter expert on internal grant committees and the College’s Human Subject Review Committee, the Institutional Review Board (IRB).
• Assists the Director of Grant Development with developing, coordinating and implementing trainings and workshops on grant and budget development.
• Participates in regular, ongoing meetings with Principal Investigators or Project Directors to ensure grant-funded projects are meeting goals, objectives, and performance measures in a timely manner.
• Responsible for writing post-grant award program narrative update reports (both interim and final reports).
• Prepares post-grant sub-award agreements.
• Collaborates on various Office of Grant Development and Institutional Advancement, Marketing, and Research initiatives and activities, as needed.
Requirements: • Bachelor’s degree in Business, English or related field; (Master’s preferred).
• Three to five years of documented success in the acquisition of public and private sector grants in education, human services, or a related field.
• Demonstrated expertise in all phases of grant development and grants management including researching prospective grant opportunities, writing and editing grant proposals to include grant budget development, and post-grant award programmatic activities.
BCCC offers a competitive benefits package which includes annual, sick, and personal leave, tuition remission benefits at University System of Maryland Institutions for all full time employees, and multiple insurance options.
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All applicants must provide the following information as part of the initial application package in order to receive consideration:
• Cover letter (including salary history)
• Completed BCCC Application and EEO Survey – links below
• Unofficial transcripts
Salary: 56,911 - 64,091