Job Description



Grant Writer

Roy Lester Schneider Hospital


The Grant Writer is responsible for managing a comprehensive grants program at Schneider Regional Medical Center, conducting the full range of activities required to prepare and submit timely, accurate, compelling, polished proposals (including budgets) to foundation, corporate, and government sources. This includes tracking program department funding needs and strategy; prospect research; maintaining the calendar of grant applications; project management for grant applications; writing, preparing, and submitting Letters of Interest (LOIs) and grant applications; calendaring, tracking, and submitting grant reporting on grant deliverables; tracking all documents and program information required by funders; maintaining grants tracking, filing, and database entries; summary of awarded applications & project management of award signature process; developing and fostering relationships with public and private grant makers; and ongoing funder communications. Provides development support, in a team environment, with other fundraising and department initiatives and activities.


Bachelor’s degree in related field, minimum of two years’ experience in grant writing and grant management in a non-profit or government agency setting

Hazards & Physical Requirements

Work in this category is majorly sedentary and involves sitting, some standing and walking; employee may be required to lift or pull up to 10 lbs. frequently or 20 lbs. occasionally.



Specific Requirements

Knowledge of grant compliance requirements and regulations Strong written and verbal communication skills; demonstrated ability to write clear, structured, articulate and persuasive proposals. • Attention to detail, strong editing and organization skills • Ability to meet deadlines • Motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently with purpose and accuracy in a fast-paced environment. • High proficiency with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • Experience with databases preferred.