40 hours; M - F, 8 - 4:30
Office of Philanthropy
6 East Chestnut
Augusta, Maine, 04330
MaineGeneral Health is a leading health care system that is proud of the culture of excellence, compassion and collaboration that extends to our patients and their families. We are committed to attracting people who share our values and strive to provide excellent customer service. We are offering an exciting full-time opportunity for an individual to join our team on site in Augusta as a Grants & Proposals Specialist. If you have a passion for service excellence and want to learn about the MGH mission by working on diverse projects across the system…we want to hear from you!
Competitive benefit package including several health plans, medical spending accounts, dental, life and disability options.
Generous earned time program.
Retirement plans with potential for employer contributions.
The Grants & Proposals Specialist provides support to MG departments related to the research, preparation and submission of grant proposals to local, state and federal entities as well as private foundations. This position allows for a unique opportunity to work with organizational leadership including medical staff to enhance existing and develop new health care initiatives.
The ideal candidate is able to work collaboratively with internal and external partners. The position requires the ability to think critically, synthesize complex topics and support teams in meeting deadlines. Candidates that are self-motivated with excellent project management skills are encouraged to apply.
Works with organizational leadership to identify and prioritize grant opportunities.
Manages the work plan for each grant, establishing timelines, responsibilities and deadlines for each element of the application.
Facilitates involvement of key personnel, gathers and organizes information and assists with grant development and submission.
Designs, implements and manages a system to track and report on the status of requested and received grants and related information.
The ideal candidate will have:
Bachelor's degree in English or related field or Master's Degree in Public Health preferred.
Excellent writing skills preferred.
Grant writing experience, particularly federal, preferred.