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Research and disseminate information about federal, provincial, local and private grant-funding opportunities for our local and international programs Research, write, edit and obtain approvals for all proposals and applications submitted to current and potential funders Monitor and track grant applications and award in database system Edit proposals and applications for accuracy, completeness, clarity and compliance with funding requirements Respond to inquiries as needed to manage grant application / proposal processes Actively and constantly seek to improve and evolve the proposal process by engaging with appropriate parties, as required. Develop technical documents such as generic forms and basic grant proposal Skills: Possess good organizational skills with attention to detail Ability to work and coordinate multiple projects and deadlines Skilled technical writing, proof-reading, editing, copy writing, grant writing or equivalent written communication format Familiarity with government and academic funding opportunities Excellent English oral and written communication skills Understanding of Canadian funding mechanisms with likely expansion to international opportunities Ability to demonstrate strong analytical skills General knowledge of accounting principles and contractual agreement / administration language
Taking on a volunteering position adds immense value to your resume and can make you infinitely more employable. We ask volunteers for a minimum 4 hours per week, for 3 months.We will gladly provide reference letters for outstanding contributions. You can learn new skills, make new friends, or use your existing professional skills to help others. Taking part in our programs and seeing results can be very rewarding, and you’ll take home new skills, knowledge and practical work experience.