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:

Pathways to Growth:  An established Christian-owned and operated grant writing and consulting company since 2006, is seeking experienced grant writers to join our growing team. Successful candidates will be interested in writing for secular and Christian organizations. This is a part-time sub-contractor position. While we prefer writers within the Tampa area, this is not a requirement. We have several writers working in different states. We are looking for writers with the following qualifications.
· Ability to work remotely with little supervision
· At least 4 years of successful grant writing and winning experience
· Minimum Bachelor’s Degree
· Experience in nonprofit program management or executive service preferred
· Proven ability to work within a deadline-driven team and to successfully meet deadlines
· Passionate about helping nonprofits grow and attract grant funding
· Ability to work on a flexible schedule
· Practical understanding of nonprofit budgets
· Ability to develop strong and effective relationships with nonprofit clients
· Excellent written and oral communication skills
· Strong team player
Character qualities: diligent, maintains commitments, pays great attention to detail, creative, inquisitive, honest.
If you qualify for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Linda Tubaugh at
Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services: Senior Grant Writer
Clearwater, FL 
Apply using link provided below (Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services employment page)
Develops and writes grants, analyzes grant materials and supports fund development efforts.


1. Expertise in grant writing and knowledge of public and private funding sources.
2. Exceptional writing, research and public relations skills required. 
3. Knowledge of social service populations served by the company.
4. Ability to collect and formulate data and provide statistical information.
5. Ability to deal professionally, courteously and efficiently with people.
6.    GFJFCS has accepted the goal of having all employees utilize best practices consistent with the agency being a “Trauma Informed Care” workplace (  Employees are expected to embrace related training and operations consistent with Trauma Informed Care.


• BA or BS Degree in related field with previous successful experience in writing grants. 
• Must participate in continuing education/training each year.
• Must be computer literate.

To apply: 
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office: Grants Specialist 
Salary Range:  $43,200 - 69,120
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is looking to fill the position of Grants Specialist.  You will be responsible for obtaining grant funding to support existing and planned agency projects and programs.
Education:  Bachelor’s Degree
Experience Required:  2 years in grant management/grant writing
To apply:
Please visit our website at for more information and how to apply. Applicants must be tobacco/nicotine free for six months prior to submitting application and during length of employment.
Florida Aquarium: Grants Manager 
Tampa, FL
Experience: 5 years grant writing/related experience required 
Education: Bachelors required, Masters preferred
Reports to: Vice President of Advancement
Contact: Kasey Neth,