Grants Collaborative of Tampa Bay Guidelines for Submissions to Job Opportunities

We accept notices of grant related employment opportunities that may be of interest to our members. GCTB provides this as a member benefit and the website committee reserves the right to decide which positions will be posted on our website. The collaborative is under no obligation to post any submissions it feels are unsuitable or which do not meet the requirements listed below. Questions? Email Grants Collaborative.

Current Job Opportunities:

*Positions are posted chronologically with the most recent at the top of the page. 
 
 

Agency for Community Treatment Services

Title: Grant Specialist

DescriptionThe Grant Specialist is a professional position responsible for assisting in the development of proposals and applications for funding, reviewing accountability requirements of grants awarded, and providing training and technical assistance to administrative and affected program personnel related to grant requirements.  The position is also responsible for assisting in the design and implementation of quality improvement systems for monitoring performance and ensuring grant compliance. This is a full time position located in Tampa, FL.

Pre-requisite Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, English, journalism, or related field and three years of related experience

Please apply online athttps://actsfl.e3applicants.com/careers/Grant-Specialist-1214

 
 
Housing & Education Alliance
Title: Personal Assistant to Executive Director
Award winning HUD certified nonprofit housing counseling agency seeks professional assistant for Executive Director for up to 20 hours per week as workload dictates.  Ideal  candidate has good writing and communication skills, is proficient in Excel, Word, Publisher, Power Point, Constant Contact, Evite and bilingual Spanish speaking is a plus.
 
Duties will include, but not be limited to scheduling calendar for ED, help with email, assist ED with outgoing correspondence and proofing grants, setting up efficiency process and flow, and other duties as assigned.
 
Ideal candidate has pleasant attitude, able to get along with co-workers and clients, good telephone skills, able to work in a fast paced environment.  Resume's can be sent to info@heausa.org
 
 
Gulfcoast Legal Services
Title: Grants Specialist 
 
Gulfcoast Legal Services (GLS), a non-profit legal aid organization headquartered in St. Petersburg, FL, is seeking a motivated professional with excellent writing skills to oversee its grant writing and compliance functions.  The position also assists with budgeting and acts as liaison between GLS and funders. 
 
Illustrative Duties:
 
Research grant and resource opportunities through various channels; evaluate potential applicability of specific grants for agency use and makes referral for departmental consideration.
Interpret requests for proposals and funding guidelines from government agencies and foundations to determine if appropriate for the agency.
Write and edit grant narrative, prepare application budgets, and provide any other service to complete other necessary paperwork to ensure a successful grant application.
Assist executive director and/or departments/programs in writing grant applications, project funding strategies, and provide information on funding opportunities. 
Track grant proposals from development and submission to notification with regard to appropriate MOU’s, contracts, notification or rejection letters and budgets, includes ensuring all documentation is on file for auditing purposes.
Establish and maintain positive relationships with grant officers of major grantors
Represent GLS at periodic advisory committee, coalitions, collaborations, and funder meetings.
 
The ideal candidate will have at least a Bachelor’s degree and must demonstrate excellent writing skills. Experience in the grants management field (i.e., grant writing and reporting) and/or the legal aid field is strongly preferred.  He/she must be proficient in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Adobe Pro.
 
Salary = $41,600 plus medical, dental, and vision insurance; retirement matching; and generous paid time off and holidays. 
 
 
St. Petersburg College
Title: Grant Management Specialist [ID: 3487]
Summary: To be a strong candidate for consideration, we are looking for the ideal person who is energized by working in a team environment to solve problems; who possesses excellent communication skills and can handle conflict resolution; who has a positive outlook and attitude through stressful situations; and, is keenly organized to keep on task. The Grants Development Department manages an average of 35 grants per year. This position serves as the ‘GPS’ for grant personnel and College staff, a guiding hand to help them navigate the nuances of College and funding policies and procedures.
 
Experience: Three (3) to five (5) years of experience in higher education, workforce, government, non-profit or industry working as a grant manager/specialist or project manager. 
 
Education: Bachelors degree or higher. 
 
St. Petersburg College
Title: Grant Writer [ID: 3489]
Summary: To be a strong candidate for consideration, we are looking for the ideal person who is energized by working in a team environment; who possesses excellent written and verbal communication skills and can handle multiple projects at one time; who has a positive outlook and attitude through stressful situations; and, is keenly organized to keep on task. The Grants Writer works to produce an average of 15-20 applications per year on a diverse array of topics that could range from apprenticeship to increasing minority representation in higher education to advanced manufacturing to developing programs for students with cognitive disabilities.
 
Experience: Three (3) years of experience in higher education, federal government, state government or industry working as a grant writer in the related grant field. 
Extensive, highly related, demonstrated success as primary writer in obtaining local, state and/or federal grants/contracts. 
Experience in researching, developing and writing proposals to government and private funding sources including development of curriculum/programs, budgets and budget narratives and letters of commitment. 
Experience in electronic submission including Grants.gov and FastLane.
 
Education: Bachelors degree or higher