54 College Drive, Marion, NC (Position may be considered for telework or telecommuting at the college's discretion)
Closes: Saturday, January 1, 2022
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Associates Degree
- 2 years of professional office experience
- Work and/or knowledge of grant-funded projects
- Experience and/or knowledge in working with federal grant programs
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Experience in the community college environment
- Experience as managing federal grant projects
Other Skills, Skills, and Abilities:
- Proficiency in both written and oral communication
- Experience in budgeting and accountability processes related to grants management and development
- Strong document management skills
- Experience working with financial information
- Microsoft Office Suite
- Organizational abilities, with close attention to detail and precision
- Approachable, excellent interpersonal skills, and ability to work well independently and with a team
- Excellent time management skills with a results-oriented focus, and ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and deadlines concurrently
- Professional demeanor, dependability, integrity, and good judgement
The Grants Specialist will primarily support the Director of Development, the CFO, and grant project managers with administrative tasks related to grant management and compliance.
The Grants Specialist will begin as a part-time position (20-25 hours per week maximum) and will have a flexible schedule depending on demand. Position may be considered for telework or telecommuting at the college’s discretion. Contingent on demand and future funding, the position may have growth potential into full-time status.
The Grants Specialist will primarily support the college with administrative tasks related to grant management and compliance, such as generating grant documents, collecting time and effort reports, maintaining the reporting/deadlines calendar, creation of required grant reports, and file maintenance. This includes maintaining records of potential funding sources and grant opportunity summaries, datasets of grants under development, grants submitted, grants under management, and reporting deadlines.
Additionally, the Grant Specialist may assist in grant development and monitoring activities such as scheduling meetings, taking meeting notes, and keeping the grants development calendar. Weekly duties and hours will vary based on demand.
How to Apply
Submit an MTCC application and resume to:
McDowell Technical Community College
54 College Drive
Marion, NC 28752
Offers of employment are contingent upon receipt of official transcripts.
An MTCC application is available below.
If you have questions, contact Breanna Wilson by email, phone or fax: