Financial Development Specialist
Financial Development Specialist is a new part-time
position and results from strong revenue growth in grant
awards, and direct mail and major gifts through
effective stewardship. Under the guidance of the
Director of Public Support, the Financial Development
Specialistís major focus is grants management and United
Way applications. This position will be responsible for
researching and writing grant applications and
coordinating the grants management and reporting
process. It will also be responsible for the United Way
applications across the eight-county chapter area. The
position is budgeted for 20 hours per week. The hours
will be determined in collaboration with the Director of
Public Support based upon application and report
grants within the eight-county chapter area.
and implement the annual grants plan to achieve targeted
financial goals in Scott, Muscatine, and Louisa counties
in Iowa and Rock Island, Henry, Mercer, Whiteside and
Bureau counties in Illinois.
with program staff to develop grant applications and
manage grant awards. Maintain the grant records so that
there are no exceptions during the audit process.
the Director of Public Support in the writing of United
potential regional grants with Regional Development
other duties as are necessary in the overall
accomplishment of the job or that are from time to time
assigned by the Director of Public Support or the Chief
with grants research, writing, and management in a
nonprofit organization or a corporate setting.
Experience could be paid or volunteer.
verbal and written communication skills.
respond creatively and diplomatically to conflicting
aptitude in working with both diverse populations and
skills preferred: Microsoft Office Suite.
degree or commensurate experience.
Driverís License and ability to travel when necessary to
accomplish the goals of the job.
Send cover letter and
resume by January 20th, 2009 to:
Patti Franklin, Director of Public Support
American Red Cross of the Quad Cities Area
1100 River Drive
Moline, IL 61265
American Red Cross seeks outgoing, flexible, patient
instructors for CPR classes. Part time
day/weekend/evening availability. Training provided to
qualified candidates. EOE
offered on weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and is 3
should have a good comfort level with CPR and First Aid
availability is a plus; particularly during daytime hours
should have some type of experience in training or leading
For more information or to apply, please contact
Patt Englander at (309) 743-2166.
We are currently looking for an instructor to serve
Muscatine and Louisa counties. For more
information, please contact Ann Kappeler at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (309) 743-2166.
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