Grant Writer x2

The Open Access Button needs sustainable funding and support in order to grow in 2014 and beyond. Along with the Funding Lead, you will be part of a core team responsible for making this happen. As part of the funding team, all members will be involved in setting the direction of funding strategy and in the application process. Training and support will be provided for the right applicants.

Don’t hesitate to contact Georgina on getaylor@gmail.com for any questions or to see where you might fit in the team.

Grant Writer x2

The Grant Writers will be responsible for ongoing online research into potential partners, grants and other funding sources. You will also be involved in writing proposals and grants to be presented to our partners.

Previous funding experience is a plus, but not necessary, and no particular degree background is needed. If you’re a whizz with Google searches and enjoy writing, then you’re who we’re after. Good command of English is needed for writing grants and proposals. The Open Access Button team is international, we value regional representation and this position could be based anywhere in the world.

Depending on the location, skills and interests of Grant Writer applicants, the successful candidates may additionally have the opportunity to handle face to face meetings with local partners.

Commitment would include regular funding team meetings, summarising online research and writing and editing grant applications scheduled throughout the year. The opportunity to attend partner meetings will add hours and travel by negotiation.

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