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Grants Writing Manager

Locations: Mildura | Dareton | Swan Hill
Tenure: Full Time
Salary: Individual Contract
Applications Close: This position will remain open until filled
Position Description: Grants Writing Manager

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The Grants program is responsible for all aspects of grants management across the organisation. As the manager, you will understand and reflect the needs of the organisation in all grant applications and relationships and build a robust and dynamic program grounded in efficient processes, meaningful reporting, flexibility and innovation.
The Grants Writing Manager is responsible for locating and applying for grants on behalf of Mallee Family Care.  Job duties include researching the availability of both public and private grants, the development and submission of grant proposals, completing grant-specific reports and/or presentations, stakeholder engagement, advocacy and managing the governance of grant contracts.

Qualifications and Experience:
  • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field such as Journalism, Arts, Business, Marketing, Project Management, Communications, Social Sciences or Bachelor’s degree in Communications, English, Writing,  or similar field
  • Experience in grant writing within the Not for Profit and/or Government sector/s.
  •  A current driver’s licence and a willingness to travel and preparedness to be accommodated overnight when required.
For you to be considered for this role, all applications must be submitted with a Cover Letter, Resume and the Key Selection Criteria addressed, which can be found in the position description.

For more information regarding this position please contact Maree Fullgrabe – Human Resource Manager on 5023 5966 

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