Proposal Officer For The American University in Cairo - AUC

Employer The American University in Cairo - AUC
Job Title Proposal Officer
Vacancy Deadline(mm/dd/yy) 7/25/2018
 Languages Arabic, Excellent
English, Excellent
Country Egypt
City Cairo
Job Category Business Development, Auditing, Customer Service
Job Type Full Time
Job Level Senior
Description - Provide proposal development and writing services for AUC faculty to assist them in obtaining funding from a diverse range of sponsors;
 - Search for, and alert faculty to funding opportunities: monitoring program offerings, searching for donor areas of interest and matching them to faculty expertise, using a wide range of databases and other sources;
 - Enhance investigators ability to compete for and win awards by holding training workshops and one on one training services, particularly those geared towards electronic proposal submission e.g. through and other sponsor systems
 - Manage the internal proposal review and approval process for the assigned proposals;
 - Manage several concurrent proposals simultaneously and provide rapid responses in a fast-paced environment;
 - Prepare and review proposal budgets with the assistance of the designated Program Officer, ensuring that all estimated costs are accurate, realistic and allowable by the sponsor and in line with AUCs financial regulations and accounting systems;
 - Ensure that all proposals comply with sponsor and institutional policies;
 - Monitor progress on proposal documents to assure timeliness and quality of response;
 - Edit proposals for format, clarity, grammar, RFP compliance, and message;
 - Develop boilerplate information for use in a wide variety of proposals;
 - Market OSP proposal development/submission services to Principal Investigators;
 - Perform any other related tasks as assigned

Qualifications Minimum education requirement: Bachelors degree in writing-related field or social science. Experience: A minimum of 10 years of previous experience including 2-3 years in grant writing and proposal development. Experience in developing grant proposals is preferable. Working in an academic environment/sponsored programs office and/or a fast-paced environment is also a major advantage. Skills: o Strong command of the English language. o Strong oral and written communication skills are of the highest priority. o Excellent interpersonal skills, particularly the ability to work with groups and organizations, both internal and external to the University. It is particularly important to possess an ability to work with diverse constituencies. o Familiarity with various sponsors policies and guidelines. o Able to handle a heavy work load.
Gender Any
Experience 10-15 Years.
Salary (L.E.) Negotiable
Comments Job Code: 10001768

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