1. JOB TITLE: Grant writer Specialist

Salary: Competitive            TYPE: Part-Time         Deadline: Open until filled

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The components involved in preparing a grant proposal are: • Planning • Researching and identifying potential funding sources • Understand grant guidelines • Organizing a budget • Writing the proposal • Formatting • Writing a Letter of Intent


The grant writer will:

1. Through interviews and other means, gather information that will easily allow him/her to grasp the concept of a project or program for which funding is sought as defined by the person responsible for carrying it out.

2. Acquire and maintain sound knowledge and understanding of the organization, and use that knowledge and understanding to better comprehend all projects and programs for which grants will be sought and to recommend the seeking of grants. Research grant-making organizations and analyze them to identify likely funding sources for specific projects and programs.

3. Compile, write, and edit all grant applications exhibiting strong expository writing skills and a high-level command of grammar and spelling. Review the budget of a project or program for which funding is sought and make recommendations to better present it to grant-making organizations.

4.Develop individual grant proposals in accordance with each grant-making organization's preferences and follow exactly each grant-making organization's guidelines. Work closely with granting agencies to clarify policies, procedures, and interpretation of application instructions.

5. Keep in contact with grant-making organizations during their review of a submitted grant application in order to be able to supply additional supportive material. Manage the process of supplying progress reports when required by a grant-making organization that has funded a project or program. Four-year degree in a related field is preferred.

6. Gateway Institute seeks an enthusiastic, highly-committed, half-time grant writer. Applicant must have at least one year in grant writing experience. - History of successfully writing and implementing grant proposals that use funds from a wide variety of funding sources. - Minimum of Bachelors degree in the arts, humanities, english, business management, or public policy required.  - Demonstrated experience in designing, implementing, or coordinating projects to ensure meeting stated goals and objectives.

How to Apply:

Salary is competitive and will be based on experience. Please submit your cover letter and resume to (electronic submission strongly preferred).  This job was posted on 08/10/2015

1. JOB TITLE: Program Coordinator

Salary: Competitive            TYPE: Part-Time         Deadline: Open until filled


Gateway Institute is looking Program Coordinator that has capacity to coordinate variety of projects and do reporting quarterly. Responsibilities: Coordinator’s duties include but are not limited to the following:

• Responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the programs.
• Develops, coordinates, and supervises program;
• Forms a strong collaboration with the partner organizations, which includes signing written agreements that outline the program parameters and expectations among the partners and appropriate officials representing each of them;
• Acts as liaison between organizations;
• Communicates with manager on a weekly basis concerning site or individual issues or new projects;
• Contributes to program evaluation efforts
• Prepare quarterly program report

• Bachelor’s degree with emphasis in social work, psychology, education or three years of experience in coordinating programs;
• Exceptionally strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills; and
• Demonstrated creativity, flexibility and comfort in working with diverse populations.


Salary is competitive and will be based on experience. Please submit your cover letter and resume to (electronic submission strongly preferred). This job was posted on 8/10/2015

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