Grants Advisor

Tuesday, 10 Oct 2023

  • Join a dynamic team and make a difference in the community
  • Showcase your research and professional writing skills
  • Generous Not-for-Profit Salary Packaging Benefits 

Your new role:

 As Grants Advisor, you will play a crucial role in increasing grant funding through effective coordination and administration of funding submissions.  Your excellent research and professional writing skills will be essential in crafting compelling grant applications. Likewise important to this role are your skills in managing multiple projects and maintaining accurate records of grant submissions.

Your responsibilities: 

  • Coordinate and administer funding submissions
  • Maintain accurate records of grant and submission activities
  • Develop and maintain relationships with key decision makers of funding entities
  • Identify and pursue opportunities to generate revenue through grant applications.

You will need: 

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in communication and/or experience in research and professional writing.
  • Demonstrated ability and expertise in writing grant submissions and successfully obtaining funding from grants and philanthropic activities
  • Demonstrated ability and expertise in project and operational management to oversee effective implementation of initiatives
  • Excellent interpersonal, negotiating and relationship management skills, with a proven ability to collaborate effectively with internal and external stakeholders
  • NSW driver licence.

If this sounds like you, don’t wait – apply now, we are interviewing applications as we receive them. Submit your application with a resume and brief responses to the role-specific criteria listed on the Position Description.  This is our Recruitment process.

If you have questions about this role or require an easy read Position Description, please email [email protected] quoting: VIN3124.

Apply online through this link 

 St Vincent de Paul Society (NSW) welcomes people from all backgrounds, ethnicities, cultures, and experiences. We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to engaging a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, people who identify as LGBTQIA+, candidates of any or no religious beliefs and applicants of all ages. If you are a candidate with disability please let us know if you require any support to participate in the application and recruitment process.The Society is committed to being a Child Safe organisation, further information can be found in the Society’s commitment to Safeguarding Children & Young People. Prior to an offer of employment, candidates will be required to complete the pre-employment checks including a Police check & Working with Children check. A health / medical assessment may be required for some roles.