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The Mattie Rhodes Center provides a holistic approach to individual and family well-being through social services, mental health counseling and the arts. Our staff provides culturally competent programming in the following four areas:
• Family Services (behavioral health, family violence, substance abuse)
• Youth Services (in-school intervention, youth development, supportive living)
• Community Support (health and wellness, community engagement)
• Cultural Arts (arts education, exhibits and collections)
Mattie Rhodes is the only fully bilingual/bi-cultural state-certified behavioral health care provider in the Greater Kansas City region, and is state-certified in intensive outpatient substance abuse therapy.
Mattie Rhodes is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) and is celebrating its 124th year of serving the community.
The Grants Coordinator is responsible for organizing, writing and researching grant proposals to support the fundraising goals of Mattie Rhodes Center (MRC). Additionally, this position is responsible for all aspects of grant management, including identifying, cultivating & soliciting funding prospects, responding to requests for proposals from corporate, government and private sources, and submitting all corresponding grant reports. In addition, this position provides analysis and post-award oversight to ensure compliance with grant-specific requirements. The incumbent also supports the Development Team through the creation of various promotional materials. This position is a non-exempt position and maintains flexibility in work schedule.
|GRANT-RELATED ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS
- Bachelor’s degree with emphasis in communications, journalism, public administration, or related field
- Excellent MS Office skills--Excel, Word, Access, and PowerPoint
- Minimum of 3 years’ successful nonprofit grant writing and/or proposal writing experience
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Strong organization and interpersonal skills with special attention to detail
- Excellent planning, research, conceptual and strategic thinking skills
- Flexibility and the ability to work independently and collaboratively
- Ability to manage multiple responsibilities and projects
- An understanding of program evaluation and outcomes
- An in-depth understanding of Hispanic culture, including an appreciation of its strengths
- Budget preparation experience
- Ability to establish and maintain effective and productive working relationships within a diverse and multicultural environment
- Commitment to cultural competency in providing of services and organizational development
- Experience in a family service agency working with diverse urban populations
- Knowledge of issues related to mental health, children, families, disabilities and/or arts programming.
Job Type: Full Time
Salary Range: $30,000 - 49,999