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GRANTS AND CONTRACTS MANAGER
North Florida Land Trust Do you have an interest in saving the environment while working in an exciting and growing organization? Then come put your writing and organizational skills to good use.
The North Florida Land Trust (NFLT) is a 501(c)3 organization with 20 years of land conservation experience. We are focused on preserving and enhancing our quality of life by protecting North Florida’s irreplaceable natural environment. We are looking for a Grants and Contracts Manager to apply for and manage our grants and funding contracts from private foundations as well as local, state, and federal government agencies.
RESPONSIBILITIES: • Grant research, writing and compilation. • Process grant and other funding contracts for proper execution and documentation. • Track contract deliverables, budgets and deadlines and secure required information to report to grantors and funding entities. • Maintain accurate records within and outside of the NFLT databases. • Collaborate on all media releases and funding partner recognitions. • Assist with accounting tasks including data input, audit, resolving database errors, etc. • Collaborate on and suggest updates to policies and procedures where necessary. • Evaluate systems for improvement and better productivity. • Stay up to date on all training. • Maintain all organizational systems related to job functions. • Extra care for their area and responsibilities including not leaving computer open and visible.
HOW TO APPLY: To apply, click on the link above for the full description and requirements. NFLT is an Equal Opportunity Employer: We invite and strongly encourage people of all genders, orientations, abilities, cultural and class identities, spiritual and religious beliefs to join our team.
Director of Institutional Giving
Florida State Parks Foundation The Director of Institutional Giving position collaborates with the Chief Executive Officer to identify new sources of funding in an effort to continue to grow the Foundation’s fundraising efforts. The Director of Institutional Giving is designated as a full-time employee of the Foundation, with an Employee Agreement, and performs the duties below.
· Researches and identifies new corporate and foundation funding opportunities for Florida Park Service needs
· Prepares high-quality grant proposal narratives, applications and supporting documents
· Translates capital, resource and conservation needs into compelling cases for donor support, integrating funding prospect’s interests into the materials · Responsible for writing and editing letters, stewardship and grant reports, and donor communication materials such as project grant reports and general newsletters · Maintains knowledge of Florida Park Service funding needs and key issues · Furnishes prospective funders with supporting documents · Develops and tracks funding proposals and application processes · Ensures compliance with Foundation policies and procedures, and external (donors/legal/IRS) requirements · Collaborates with Chief Executive Officer on overall fundraising strategy of the Foundation, including individual giving, digital strategy and capital Required Experience
· 3+ years grant writing experience
florida state parks.org
Finance & Grants Manager
Coastal & Heartland National Estuary Partnership Looking for a job with great benefits in a dynamic passionate team of environmental professionals, helping to protect Central and Southwest Florida’s water and wildlife? Go to https://www.chnep.org/chnep-careers to learn more about this great career opportunity! Link to apply online can be found there as well if interested.
Senior Planner - Land Acquisition
Alachua County Forever Apply for an exciting position in acquisition of environmentally significant lands in North Central Florida and become part of the legacy of conservation in Alachua County!
Closing Date/Time: Friday 4/22/22 11:59 PM Eastern Time Salary: $62,420.80 Annually Job Type: Full-Time with Benefits (40 hours/week)
The Alachua County Environmental Protection Department – Land Conservation Program is seeking applicants for a Senior Planner Position. This position will play a key role in the acquisition of conservation lands through the Alachua County Forever Program; and planning management of those lands and the County preserves.
Desirable skills include: experience with real estate transactions including contract management for land acquisition services, (appraisers, surveyors, and environmental auditors) and review of work products; conducting land acquisition activities and supervising related real estate functions, including negotiations, development of conservation easements, and the review of title work and deeds; monitoring conservation easements, and more. Additionally, this position supports the land stewardship program on conserved lands, including procurement of stewardship services, contract and plan development and management.
Regulatory Affairs and Compliance Coordinator
Lykes Bros. Inc. Represent Lykes Bros. Inc. with state and federal natural resource agencies to review content of applicable rules and policies, and how they impact Lykes Bros. Inc. Assist with obtaining necessary permits and ensure compliance with regulations, guided by precedent and company policy.