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We are currently recruiting for a high growth non-profit ) and looking for a talented individual with an interest in micro-enterprise and community development to join its team of professionals to make a difference in the world and to participate in the growth of an innovative, dynamic non-profit organization. Based in Jersey City, NJ they committed to the economic empowerment of individuals and c...
North Hudson Community Action Corporation, with over 22 locations, has been providing comprehensive health, dental and social services to residents within the Hudson, Bergen and Passaic communities for over 45 years. As we continue to expand our service offerings, we have an immediate need for the following roles: Chief Nutritionist • Nutritionist Grant Writer/Planning Associate • Administrative A...
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Proposal Writer

Salaries

$31,200.00 - $100,000.00
Typical Salary for Proposal Writer in New Jersey
(196 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Bachelor's
51.3%
Master's
29.1%
Some College Coursework Completed
12%
Associates
4.3%
(117 Respondents)
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