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:

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