Qualified candidates should possess excellent writing and computer skills (Microsoft Office Word, Access, PowerPoint and Excel), and database management skills. The candidate must be highly organized with the ability to implement systems and follow-up processes, able to effectively work under pressure, use independent judgment and produce a quality work product within tight time constraints. Previous experience will demonstrate a proven track record in securing new funding opportunities; comprehensive knowledge of research, and the ability to distinguish and identify funding opportunities for special programs.
Primary responsibilities include preparation of proposals and grant applications, and performance of responsible professional and administrative work in researching, identifying, developing and responding to public and private grant opportunities in the areas of Instructional/Educational technology, Professional Development related to the integration of such equipment, Arts and Cultural Programs, Business Incubation/Development, Project-Based Learning programs, student development, and school reform.
Work is performed under the direction of the executive leadership team (specifically the Chief Learning Officer and Chief Sales Officer) with the majority of work performed independently.