Grants Works is looking for proactive, diligent, and dependable people to join our team and be part of a pool of professionals to be considered for future projects.
Whether you’re a university student looking for an internship or a seasoned professional, your skills and knowledge will be put to good use.
While our work focuses on government grants, grant funding, and compliance, we believe our work is having an impact on the lives and communities being improved with the support of grant-funded projects. We believe in a healthy work-life balance. We also expect each team member to have the initiative, sense of urgency, and work ethic to meet deliverables on time and have pride in their work.
We need team members who will be comfortable in front of our clients and have a strong background in one or more of the following: grant writing, grant management, government grants, program design, instructional design, nonprofit management, and research and evaluation.
Take a look at the brief summary of who we’re looking for and, if that’s you, follow the instructions to join the team.
Research and review RFPs and solicitations and provide recommendations on feasibility for assigned clients. Write grant proposals to foundations and/or government agencies that comply with RFP requirements and that are evidence- and scientifically-based, as needed. Experience writing for government grant applications is a plus.
Evaluate assigned client’s grant agreements and related documents, including relevant rules and regulations, and develop a customized grant management system. Collaborate with client’s internal teams on a number of grant-related matters including grant budgets.
Research and Evaluation Consultant
Assess the effectiveness and measure the performance of clients’ core programs and services. Evaluate program strategies and execution. Formulate logic models. Compose evaluation design narrative for grant proposals.
Instructional Design Consultant
Liaise with assigned clients to assess course goals and recommend suitable instructional design models. Develop scope of work, learning objectives, timelines and outcomes. Provide course design support to develop engaging and effective learning environments.
Project Management Intern
Must be currently working towards a bachelor’s degree in project management, business management, or other related fields. Develop detailed project plans with overall timelines and milestones. Collaborate with team members, identify potential delays, and develop a plan to produce client deliverables by deadline.
Want to join?
Please email your resume and other requested items to firstname.lastname@example.org