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Grant Professional 

Category Professional Services  
Description

The National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) is a not-for-profit, independent certification organization whose primary purposes are to establish and monitor a national certification system, and to identify those counselors who have voluntarily sought and obtained board certification. The organizational mission is to advance counseling as the premier certification body of the profession with a vision of enhancing society worldwide through quality counseling. NBCC and Affiliates is comprised of three organizational affiliates: the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE), and the NBCC Foundation (NBCC-F).

NBCC and Affiliates has operations and partnerships in 40 countries providing certification, training programs, and public health services through institutes and residencies. Over 66,000 Board Certified Counselors serve the public and advance mental health efforts across the globe. With a portfolio of nine credentials related to professional counseling, mental health, addictions, human services and career development, NBCC and Affiliates seeks to expand the professional capacity of counselors and human service professionals. NBCC is focused specifically on credentialing, certification and quality assurance, while CCE focuses on providing education and training opportunities and leveraging credentials to best serve communities. Additionally, CCE provides organizational management services for associations, boards and other management clients. The NBCC Foundation engages in capacity building, seeking to expand access to mental health services in underserved and never-served communities and increase the accessibility of high quality professional development resources for counselors.

NBCC FOUNDATION

The NBCC Foundation leverages the power of counseling by strategically focusing resources for positive change with the goal of improving the mental health of the underserved and never-served throughout the world. The Foundation’s primary objectives are to increase the number of Board Certified Counselors and Mental Health Facilitators working with high-priority populations and to engage them in becoming innovators of counseling practices that benefit the underserved. Scholarships, fellowships, and capacity-building grants are our primary tools for accomplishing our objectives. The Foundation’s strategy is to award scholarships to individuals pursuing careers as professional counselors who are affiliated with high-priority populations and who commit to serving them after graduation. Capacity-building grants fund expansion efforts to increase mental health resources in rural and minority communities where access to mental health care is extremely limited. Scholars and Fellows also participate in NBCC Foundation-sponsored trainings and receive other academic and professional supports to expand effective practice in their communities.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Grants Professional is a vital member of the Foundation team: responsible for researching grants, writing letters of inquiry and proposals to secure private and public funding from corporations, foundations and government-related sources, managing those relationships, reporting on outcomes, and researching new opportunities for funding. This position requires strong writing, data analysis, program budgeting, and project management skills with an emphasis on building a diverse funding base, grant compliance and outcome measurement.

  • Conducts the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to government, foundation, and corporate sources.
  • Develops a comprehensive strategy for conducting prospect research and soliciting foundations and granting agencies for the benefit of the organization.
  • Performs prospect research on governmental programs, foundations, and corporations to evaluate prospects for grants and determine the best funding sources to pursue for the mission of this organization.
  • Manage the identification, research, cultivation, solicitation, and recognition of funders.
  • Draft and edit letters of intent, grant proposals, online submissions, acknowledgements, reports, and necessary supporting documents for complex proposals to current and prospective funders.
  • Work closely with the Vice President, Executive Director and program staff to effectively communicate the mission and programs of the organization to funders.
  • Assists the Executive Director in managing existing grants by tracking grants; developing internal reporting systems; writing reports; maintaining excellent historical records; working with staff to ensure each project or program is meeting proposal conditions and expectations.
  • Solicit, steward, monitor and manage grants and foundation revenue goals.
  • Works with finance and program staffs to gather information necessary to track performance goals and report on grant-funded results.
  • Prepare written and statistical reports for various audiences.
  • Ensures that the organization maintains compliance with all grant terms, conditions, and reporting as required by funders.
  • Participates in organizational planning to gain/maintain understanding of institutional history and program needs.
  • Oversees processes for maintaining grant-related records in database, including grant tracking and reporting, in preparation for any planned or unplanned audits.
  • Tracks statistics relevant to development and provides written materials necessary for donor stewardship grant reporting.
  • Develop and maintain a grant-compliance calendar and ensure that the organization adheres to the calendar and meets all due dates for funder reporting requirements.
 
Position Requirements

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Business, English, Education, Communications or other related field
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience with grant writing and grants management
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience with nonprofit donor stewardship
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to work effectively in deadline-driven environment
  • Able to work well in a team environment, handle multiple assignments, and meet deadlines
  • Able to monitor and meet organizational goals

NBCC and Affiliates is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Shift Days  
Position Grant Professional  
Close Date 3/27/2019  
Req Number PRO-19-00001  
Open Date 1/18/2019  
Location National Board for Certified Counselors  
About the Organization
 
EOE Statement NBCC and Affiliates is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.  

This position is currently not accepting applications.

To search for an open position, please go to http://NationalBoardForCertifiedCounselorsInc.appone.com



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