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Grants Development Coordinator

Apply by: June 23, 2021

The Grants Development Coordinator will research funding opportunities and coordinate the preparation of funding applications for submission of new and continuing grants. This position will provide leadership and oversight to ensure the seamless, integrated coordination among departments at Children’s Trust for the life cycle of assigned grants through project completion and will work in tandem with key program, operations, finance, and development staff. While several individuals and departments within the Children’s Trust are involved in a variety of activities associated with each grant, the Grant Development Coordinator provides coordination and planning for the submission and reporting on assigned grants. The grants development coordinator will also write portions of and/or full grants as assigned.

Qualifications

  • A bachelor’s degree in business, policy, social work, public health, or other related fields with three (3) years of experience in grants development and coordination.
  • Experience in writing highly competitive proposals in a fast-paced environment that clearly articulates the need for funding and the significance of the program for submission to local/regional/national private foundations, corporations, and public agencies.
  • Embody a solid understanding of budgets as they relate to proposals and grants.

Benefits

Children’s Trust provides a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, life, short-term and long-term disability, matching voluntary deferred compensation, and paid time off and holidays.

Salary

The salary range is between $51,669 and $72,337. The hiring range is a minimum of $60,003 and a maximum of $64,250.

How to Apply

Email your cover letter and resume to aneely@scchildren.org with the subject line Grants Development Coordinator or mail it to P.O. Box 11644, Columbia, SC 29211.

Grants Development Coordinator description (PDF)


Training Assistant

Apply by: June 25, 2021

The training assistant is a full-time position of Children’s Trust of South Carolina. This position fulfills administrative needs for prevention training, Empower Action, and Parent Advisory Councils. The assistant will support the partner engagement, family engagement and workforce development teams with administrative tasks and assignments.

This position will work directly with the director of community and workforce development to ensure that assigned training deliverables are met and organization training initiatives are supported to achieve their intended outcomes. The assistant will be expected to build capacity over time to facilitate and deliver specified trainings.

Qualifications

  • Have a High School diploma and a minimum of two-years administrative support, event planning or training experience in the fields of prevention or family support. Training coordination, data collection and communications experience are preferred, some college preferred.
  • Be a critical thinker, well-organized, and detail-oriented; have proficient or expert communication (oral and written skills); demonstrated ability to be proactive and take initiatives; work both independently and in team setting; prioritize and manage multiple tasks; manage budgets and assist with writing grants and grant reports when needed. 

Benefits

Children’s Trust provides a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, life, short-term and long-term disability, matching voluntary deferred compensation, and paid time off and holidays.

Salary

The salary range is between $27,512 and $38,516. The hiring range is a minimum of $31,000 and a maximum of $35,014.

How to Apply

Email your cover letter and resume to aneely@scchildren.org with the subject line Training Assistant or mail it to P.O. Box 11644, Columbia, SC 29211.

Training Assistant description (PDF)

About Children’s Trust

Children’s Trust of South Carolina is the statewide organization focused on the prevention of child abuse and neglect. We provide funding, resources and training to help local program partners build strong families and positive childhoods. Children’s Trust leads the state’s coordinated efforts for the Strengthening Families Program; Triple P (Positive Parenting Program); S.C. Adverse Childhood Experiences Initiative; Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting; Child Abuse Prevention Month; Child Well-Being Coalition; and KIDS COUNT.

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