Non-Governmental Organization Grant Writer
- Research and identify potential public and private funding sources for archaeological and community based projects.
- Search American, British, Dutch, Caribbean, and international funding agencies.
- Understand SECAR’s priorities in order to match funders’ interests.
- Coordinate meetings to develop project ideas.
- Write and prepare proposals and grant applications.
- 2 years of grant writing experience
- Degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, English, or Communications
- A wordsmith with advanced skills in grammar
- Advanced understanding of English writing
- Strong drive and determination to succeed
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
- Commitment to research success
- Part time position (~20 hours)
- Freelance status, not eligible for benefits
- Pay is commission based, for every successful grant applied and awarded
- You can work anywhere for this position
St. Eustatius Center for Archaeological Research is a non-profit foundation established in 2004. We conduct archaeological investigations, excavations, research, and interpretation. Appointed by the executive island government, SECAR and its staff are the stewards of all terrestrial and marine archaeological properties and cultural material for St. Eustatius. As stewards of the archaeology of St. Eustatius, we aim to promote the rich and diverse archaeological history of the island to not only the people of St. Eustatius but all communities around the world.
SECAR’s Core Values:
- To conduct proficient, innovative, and creative approaches to archaeological research.
- Education and student development though field school and volunteer opportunities.
- Community development and archaeological awareness in public archaeological projects.
- Quality and experienced instruction through reliable leadership.
- Promote the cultural history and heritage of St. Eustatius.
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