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FT Advancement and Grants Specialist 


Join our team as an Advancement & Grants Specialist

Reporting to the Director of Advancement, the Advancement & Grants Specialist provides oversight to the grant/RFP process, researching new grant opportunities and supporting advancement activities.


What are the primary responsibilities of this Advancement & Grants Specialist position?

  • Coordinate and monitor the grant application, follow-up reporting and RFP activities for the agency. For ongoing grant opportunities: develop an annual grants tracker plan/calendar, gather background information, prepare written applications and monitor progress.
  • Research and identify new grant opportunities from private, state or federal sources to support programming, expand programming and create growth for new programming.
  • Support preparation of annual funding plans, track progress/adjust course of research accordingly. Prepare development department’s update for quarterly board meetings.
  • Back up for data base management.
  • Support Events.
  • Other projects as they develop.


Benefits at FCC

  • Paid time off through accrued vacation and sick time & 9 recognized holidays – plus an additional floating holiday!
  • Customize your insurance needs - medical, vision, and dental options to fit your family.
  • Health Savings Account- FCC makes monthly contributions!
  • Life insurance covered 100% by FCC.
  • Short term and long-term disability insurance available
  • 401(K) Savings Plan- FCC will match up to 3% of the employee’s contribution (a 50% match on the first 6%).
  • Business Casual dress code policy – dress appropriately per your schedule.



  • Minimum three years’ experience in grant writing, human services or with a non-profit preferred.



  • Preferred- Bachelor’s degree in business, communications, education, social work, public relations or a similar field
  • Required- Associate's degree in business, communications, education, social work, public relations or a similar field
Position Requirements

Associate’s degree in communication, business, or administration required.

Bachelor's degree in communication, business, or administration preferred.

Location Grand View Center  
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
About the Organization Family & Children's Center is a regional, private, not-for-profit 501(c)3 agency that provides a continuum of services designed to strengthen families and promote individual well-being, including:

-Child abuse and neglect prevention

-Community-based counseling (counseling clinics, in-home counseling, day treatment)

-Residential options (treatment foster care, respite care)

-Community support programs

-Several outreach programs

We are nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation for Children and Family Services, indicating we meet the highest standards for each of our programs.

Family & Children's Center serves thousands of individuals and families every year, helping them enjoy happier, healthier relationships.

Mission: Family & Children's Center serves children, families and individuals with a continuum of services designed to strengthen families and promote individual well-being.

Vision: To be the leading provider of human services in western Wisconsin and southeastern Minnesota: through quality, access, and service.

Values: Excellence, Innovation, Respect, Responsibility and Responsiveness.

EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. 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 Job Description None Specified 

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