Grant Writer/Researcher

Job Code #7045
Advancement Office | South Boston

Catholic Charities Administrative office located in South Boston seeks a full-time Grant Writer/Researcher to join its team of dedicated professionals to support agency wide program development efforts.

The individual will develop and assist in the development and processing of grant proposals to private and corporate foundations as well as federal, state and local government entities on behalf of our service sites and clients. Support the development of funding opportunities with an emphasis on planning for new programs, or developing alternative funding sources for existing programs. 

Participate in research and special projects while working closely with colleagues in the Grants Department and throughout the agency.  Learn about our programs and become a part of the future that supports the needs of our clients and community.

Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Sociology, English or a related field is required.  A Master’s degree is preferred. 

A minimum of 2 years of proven success in grant writing, social service or a closely related field is required.

Proficient written and verbal communication skills are essential to the success of this role.  Skillful knowledge of Internet research, Microsoft Office Suite, PowerPoint and Raisers Edge software is necessary. 

A driver’s license is necessary for local travel.

We offer a congenial and team approach work environment with opportunity to learn and grow professionally. 

Our office is located near the T and bus lines. 

Our benefits are competitive offering 13 holidays per year, personal time and up to 3 weeks of vacation after a year of service among many other generous benefits.

Visit us at www.ccab.org to learn more about our programs and fundraising events.
Please send your resume, a writing sample up to 3 pages in length and a cover letter with salary interest to:
Resumes@ccab.org
Please reference job # 7045
We are an equal opportunity employer

No phone calls please

Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 4:00pm