The National Organization for Arts in Health seeks a qualified Grant Proposal Writer to write and submit grant proposals for our organization. This individual must demonstrate a track record of success in grant writing, should be well-versed in the field of arts in health and possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. This individual should also have excellent organizational skills and the ability to meet deadlines. Other qualifications should include a bachelor’s degree or equivalent. The Grant Proposal Writer will work closely with and report to the Administrator and the NOAH Board of Directors.
Grant Proposal Writer Duties:
- Identify grant funding opportunities; develop and maintain online database
- Write, submit, and manage grant proposals
- Develop and maintain Grants Calendar to keep track of important dates and deadlines
Hours per week: up to 10
Schedule: Flexible with regular availability during business hours
To Apply: Applicants should provide a cover letter and resume, emailed to director@theNOAH.net with the subject line “NOAH Grant Proposal Writer”
Diversity Statement: As part of NOAH’s commitment to advance diversity and inclusion in the field of arts in health, we aim to amplify traditionally underrepresented voices. Applicants are encouraged to share if they identify with one or more historically marginalized groups (examples include but are not limited to Immigrant, Indigenous, International, LGBTQIA, Person of Color, Person with a Disability, Person of Size, Socioeconomic Disadvantage). This is not a requirement for submitting an application, but NOAH encourages applicants who come from one or more of these historically marginalized populations. If you feel comfortable, please share how you represent diversity in one or more of these areas.