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San Jose Clinic
San José Clinic seeks a qualified candidate for the position of Grants Coordinator. This
position is responsible for coordinating all aspects of foundation and corporate grantor
relationships within an assigned portfolio to secure revenue to support the mission of
San José Clinic. The ideal candidate will hold a college degree, and have at least two
years development experience, including at least two years of full-time professional
grant writing.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required for this position. The
candidate must demonstrate business writing proficiency, including grammar,
punctuation, and editing, and be able to convey complex information in a clear and
concise written manner. The candidate must also possess the ability to establish and
maintain positive working relationships with a broad spectrum of people.

Located in Houston, Texas, San José Clinic is owned by the Archdiocese of Galveston-
Houston and holds the distinction of being one of the oldest charity clinics still in
operation in the United States. Founded in 1922, the mission of San José Clinic is to
provide quality healthcare and education to those with limited access to such services in
an environment which respects the dignity of each person. The Clinic’s overarching goal
is breaking down barriers to healthcare access for the uninsured. A faith-based
organization, San José Clinic serves as a vital safety net for low-income, uninsured
individuals and families who have limited access to quality healthcare.

This is a full-time, exempt position. San José Clinic offers a competitive salary and
benefits package.

CONTACT:            Sue Murchison
TELEPHONE:          713-490-2603
EMAIL:              suemurchison@sanjoseclinic.org
FAX:                713-490-2652
                    Submit resumes to:
                    Sue Murchison
                    Director of Development
                    San José Clinic
                    301 Hamilton
                    Houston, TX 77002
CROSSROADS: Community Partnership for Youth, Inc.

JOB TITLE: Fund Development/Volunteer Recruitment Coordinator

Coordinator for a United Way agency working with at-risk youth. Responsible for
Fundraising, Grant Writing and Volunteer Recruitment. Bachelor’s Degree and
minimum of two years’ experience in successful grant writing. Send resume and
references to CROSSROADS, 6300 Chimney Rock Road, Houston, TX 77081 or
fax to 713-295-2790. No phone calls or walk-ins. EOE

CONTACT:          Donna Mora, President
TELEPHONE:        713-295-2780
EMAIL:            donna.mora@hcjpd.hctx.net
FAX:              713-295-2790




Talento Bilingue de Houston
Talento Bilingue de Houston, a nonprofit Latino Cultural Arts Center in Houston,
Texas, seeks an experienced, full-time grant writer. The individual selected will
identify and develop funding sources to support existing and planned program
activities as well as coordinate the development, writing and submission of grant
proposals. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with three years’
experience, knowledge of Houston funders and proven track record in
foundation, corporate and government grant writing. Candidate must have
excellent written and verbal communication skills, be proficient in research and
the ability to work collaboratively and independently.         Salary based on
experience.

CONTACT:          Randy McKinney
TELEPHONE:        832,309.5474
EMAIL:            randy@tbhcenter.org
FAX:              713.222.1426
Grants & Compliance Manager
Experienced grant writer with Bachelors degree and more than two years of
demonstrated success in securing funding in excess of $2 million annually.
Background must include submissions and reporting for program, capital and
equipment campaigns and research areas. Experience in obtaining governmental
funding a plus. Conceptualize, writer and edit quality grant proposals aligning
missions of organization and funding agencies. Must have superior writing,
proofreading, communication and research skills, be creative, assume
responsibility and follow through on details. Ability to work in a fast-paced office
and be a team player. Competitive salary, benefits including matching 401(k) and
generous PTO provided.

CONTACT:           Sharon Drick
TELEPHONE:         281.464.5146
EMAIL:             hr@the-rose.org
FAX:               281.464.2743


Program Manager
Voices Advocating for Children is a new start-up nonprofit child advocacy
program located in Decatur, Texas. The organization offers a variety of services
to the community including working with juvenile probation, children of inmates,
guardian ad litem work for abused and neglected children, and children involved
in custody disputes, Family Based Safety Services (FBSS – a department of CPS,)
as well as provide an emergency youth shelter. The organization seeks the
assistance of an individual to solicit grant funds for its programs

CONTACT:           Kim Martinez
TELEPHONE:         940.626.9139
EMAIL:             kmvoices@embargmail.com
FAX:               940.626.8140


AIDS Foundation Houston
Oversees grant proposal research, planning, development, preparation, and
tracking to ensure sufficient funding to accomplish the agency’s mission.
Reports to Vice President for Development. BA/BS in journalism, communication,
public relations, marketing, English or related field required. MA/MS preferred.
Minimum five (5) years demonstrated successful public and private grant
procurement experience; nonprofit and HIV/AIDS experience desirable. Please
see complete job description on web site at www.aidshelp.org.

CONTACT:           Kelly Downing
TELEPHONE:         713 623 6796 x 238
EMAIL:             downingk@afhouston.org
FAX:               713 623 4029
Contract Grant Writer / Development Consultant
The Bridges Community Friends, Inc. is seeking to hire a contract grant
writer/development consultant to assist the organization in its fund development
efforts, including the implementation of an annual fund campaign and the
development and submission of several grant proposals. Candidates should
possess strong written and verbal communications skills; proven organizational
skills; and the ability to work independently in a collaborative manner with
agency staff and Board Members. Experience working in community-based
settings with faith-based organizations a plus, along with successful experience
in organizing and implementing annual fund campaigns, and developing case
statements and successful grant proposals strongly preferred.

CONTACT: Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest along with
resume to The Bridges Community Friends, Inc., 15915 Kuykendahl Road, #3000,
Houston, Texas 77068; or via of email to bcfdirector@airmail.net.



Director of Institutional Giving
YES Prep Public Schools is looking for a dynamic individual to join the staff of
our growing development office in Houston, Texas. The Director of Institutional
Giving will be primarily responsible for soliciting support from foundations,
corporations and government entities. Specifically, the Director of Institutional
Giving will work with the Development Team, Home Office, and school leadership
to coordinate the crafting of grant requests, manage all communications with the
grant-making institutions and complete all reports and requited documentation
associated with the contributions.

CONTACT:          Ryan Dolibois
TELEPHONE:        713.574.7595
EMAIL:            rdolibois@yesprep.org
FAX:              713.589.2502



Development Writer - Menninger
Will have superior writing skills and be an experienced researcher of private
foundations and corporate support. Primarily responsibilities include writing
proposals, letters, case statements, invitations, brochures, discussion papers,
progress reports for donors, etc. Coordinate volunteer endorsements for
pending requests, maintain a monitoring system for current projects and utilize
Raisers Edge for tracking activity and results.

CONTACT:          Susan Fordice
TELEPHONE:        713.333.3320
EMAIL:            sfordice@menninger.edu
FAX:              713.333.3390
Grant Writer
The River Performing and Visual Arts Center is seeking a part time grant writer.
Responsibilities include writing reports and new applications for current funders
as well as researching and writing grant applications for new sources of funding
from foundations and businesses.

CONTACT:           Sandra Wicoff
TELEPHONE:          713.520.1220
EMAIL:             info@theriver.org
FAX:               713.521.2358




Manager of Foundation and Corporate Giving
Neuhaus Education Center, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing
professional development for educators in research-based methods of literacy
instruction, is seeking a Manager of Foundations and Corporate Giving. This
position is responsible for writing proposals for both unrestricted operating
revenue and restricted projects, and for submitting timely and accurate reports
for all existing grant-funded projects. Please see website: www.neuhaus.org for
complete job description.

CONTACT:            Amy Lampi
TELEPHONE:          713.644.7676
EMAIL:             alampi@neuhaus.org
FAX:               713.664.4744




Development Associate, The Women's Home
The Women's Home is seeking a full time Development Associate to provide
support in all areas of Development: grant writing, tracking and acknowledgment
of gifts, special events, foundation support and prospect research. Qualifications:
 Bachelors Degree, knowledge of database management (prefer Raiser's Edge),
experience in Development or Marketing. Send resume to

CONTACT:           Paula Paust
ADDRESS:           607 Westheimer, Houston 77006
EMAIL:             ppaust@thewomenshome.org
WEB:               www.thewomenshome.org
Grant Writers List by Executive Service Corps

The Executive Service Corps of Houston frequently receives requests for grant
writing; however, we do not offer this service. Many of you may be interested in
expanding your grant writing client base by helping these organizations. Would
you consider writing the first proposal pro bono with the understanding that if the
proposal were funded and they wanted subsequent proposals, that they would
then pay you? The first one potentially could be used to help you establish a
relationship with the organization that, hopefully, would eventually lead to an on-
going paid relationship. If you would consider pro bono work, and would like for
us to post your name on our website, please email your name, contact
information, etc. to the contact below listed. If you will not consider pro bono but
would still like to be listed, please indicate this and we will list your name, also.

CONTACT:           Jane Harding
EMAIL:             jharding@eschouston.org
TELEPHONE:         713.780.2208

				
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