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Grant Writer

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Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.

New York City, NY

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Grant Writer

Job Description:

Selfhelp Community Services, Inc. (Selfhelp) is one of New York City’s longest-standing and largest providers of services to low-income elderly and other vulnerable individuals. Founded in 1936 by refugees from Western Europe, the organization is now the largest provider of comprehensive services to Holocaust survivors in North America. Selfhelp also provides a vast range of home and community-based services to more than 20,000 older and marginalized New Yorkers from diverse ethnic backgrounds.

Sellfhelp’s flagship programs include affordable housing with services for older adults, and innovative technologies including our acclaimed Virtual Senior Center (

The Opportunity

Selfhelp Community Services, Inc. seeks an experienced Grant Writer

to work with its Development team, which annually raises $20 million in private funding and also supports Selfhelp’s publicly funded programs.

Reporting to Selfhelp’s Managing Director, Grants & Research, the Grant Writer will be responsible for writing narrative, numerical, and financial proposals, letters of inquiry, and reports to foundation and corporate supporters, as well as proposals to government agencies. The Grant Writer will also interact with funders, research potential funders, and help to manage grant-related activities in Selfhelp’s donor database and city and state databases.


The successful candidate will possess strong writing and editing skills and will be comfortable working with budgets and financial reports. He or she will have at least three years of experience with grant writing and be able to demonstrate a track record of successfully funded proposals. He or she will also be a team player and able to plan appropriately to meet deadlines. Knowledge of Raisers Edge is a plus.

Education and Experience

Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) or equivalent from a four-year college; a minimum of three years grant writing experience for foundations, corporations and government agencies.


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Mon, 06/19/2017

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