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The City of Hinesville is accepting applications for a part-time Grant Writer. This position is responsible for providing grant writing and coordination services for the Community Development Department. Major responsibilities include researching grant opportunities for City projects and submitting funding proposals to Assistant Director and Director; maintaining a current list of grant opportunit...
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Resource Associates, a nationwide grant writing firm, is seeking highly qualified Federal and State freelance Grant Writers to work with Large and Small School Districts, Universities, Tribes, Non-Profit Organizations and Government entities. Must be able to develop award winning grant applications and provide guidance to the applicants in the development of their program design, budget and partne...
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Proposal Writer

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$31,200.00 - $100,000.00
Typical Salary for Proposal Writer in Georgia
(196 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

Education / Training

Bachelor's
51.3%
Master's
29.1%
Some College Coursework Completed
12%
Associates
4.3%
(117 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

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