Company: Tuolumne Me-Wuk Indian Health Center Inc
Posted on: March 9, 2023
Administration - Sonora, CA
- Correlates funding priorities as determined by the Chief
Administrative Officer (CAO) and Chief Financial Officer
- Researches potential funding agencies and identify
opportunities to support programs, organizational development,
capital, and other projects.
- Provides background to leadership team for opportunities that
require outreach or networking activities.
- Establishes, maintains, and enhances relationships with funding
agencies and community partners.
- After obtaining approval from the CAO and CFO, researches,
writes, compiles, and submits grant applications. Coordinates and
communicates with funding agency, program staff, and Finance
- Works collaboratively with the CFO in the development of needed
financial and budgetary information for grant submissions, and the
implementation of processes for grant tracking and monitoring of
- Research best and emerging health care practices and
priorities, as well as best and emerging grant development and
- Maintains grant-related reference resources including funder
research files, grant application deadlines, grant reporting
schedules, and other information as needed. Ensure that data on
current grants is easily accessible organization-wide.
- Maintains compliance for grant funding, finances, reports,
expenditures, draws, correspondence and renewal with funding
- Travels to Health Center sites when needed to conduct meetings
and research. Qualifications
- High school diploma or GED
- B.A./ B.S. in Business Administration or related field
- Must have three years experience in specific grant
- Must be capable of working with demographic data, health
statistics, and economic forecasts.
- Computer proficiency, particularly in online research, MS Word,
and MS Excel.
- Must have the ability to understand and follow Federal grant
instructions and guidelines.
- Strong organizational, project management and problem-solving
skills with impeccable multi-tasking abilities.
- Ability to perform complex and varied grant work with tact,
initiative, prudence, and considerable independent judgment within
- Ability to take initiative, work independently, and use
innovative techniques and ingenuity to prepare grant
- Must be able to work effectively with colleagues, board
members, community partners, and representatives of funding
- Knowledge of community health clinics or other health
- Knowledge of government and private funding sources and
- Knowledge of sources of information and statistics at national,
state, and county levels.
- Understanding of community relations strategies and media
- Previous grant writing experience at a professional level.
- Previous development work for nonprofit organizations.
- Knowledge of correct English usage, including spelling,
grammar, punctuation and vocabulary.
- Possession of valid California Drivers License and vehicle
insurance. Must be insurable.
Walking, standing and sitting for prolonged periods of time;
climbing step-stools, etc.; stooping, kneeling, crouching and
reaching; pushing, pulling and lifting up to 30 pounds; raising
objects overhead; manual dexterity for operation of computer,
phones and small office machines; hearing, talking and good verbal
and written communication skills; repetitive motions of the wrists,
hands, and fingers.
Preference in filling vacancies will be given to qualified Native
American or Alaskan Native Applicants, in accordance with the
Indian preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code Section 472 and 473) and
Public Law 93-638, provided the applicant has submitted appropriate
verification of Indian preference for employment. In House postings
include Tribal Voting Members.
All positions require sensitivity to Indian traditions, customs,
and socioeconomic needs, and ability at times to meet and deal
effectively with numerous tribes and varied cultures, which
requires tact, courtesy, discretion, resourcefulness, and good
judgment in handling functions of a sensitive nature.
*Employment is contingent on passing pre-employment TB test,
background check and drug testing.
Tuolumne Me-Wuk Indian Health Center is an Equal Opportunity
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