The Institute for Criminal Justice Training Reform
The Institute for Criminal Justice Training Reform (ICJTR) is now looking for Grant Writers to join our team. Reporting to the Executive Director and Director of Operations, the Grant Writer will be responsible for researching, coordination and writing grant proposals for ICJTR.
* Write high-quality grant proposals, narratives, applications, and supporting documents.
* Responsible for researching, collecting data, and writing of each grant.
* Work with the Executive Director to compile financials and data.
* Manage the proposal submission process to ensure timely submission of all required materials.
* Develop and maintain a proposal calendar.
* Coordinate and follow-up on the progress of submitted proposals.
* Develop a grant strategy.
* Conduct prospect research to identify, cultivate and solicit new grants
* Maintain records in hard copies and computer databases.
* Demonstrate the ability to write successful grant proposals.
* Detail-oriented, organized, deadline-driven.
* Clear, precise and compelling writing skills
* Able to effectively communicate.
* Motivated self starter with the ability to work independently with purpose and accuracy.
* High proficiency in areas of Microsoft Office to include Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
The Institute for Criminal Justice Training Reform is the nation’s only nonprofit advocacy organization solely dedicated to increased, reformed, and regulated training for U.S. law enforcement and criminal justice employees.
About The Institute for Criminal Justice Training Reform
15514 South Western Avenue, Suite D, Gardena, CA 90249, US
Our mission is to save lives and reduce injury among the public and the police by reforming the deeply inadequate, antiquated, and flawed training models, policies and procedures and legislative standards for employees in the United States' Criminal Justice System particularly those with the power to arrest, detain, commit and kill.
Our work provides advocacy, research, analysis, training, policy and curricula recommendations to support legislative and training changes.
We collaborate with partners in law enforcement, academics, medical professionals, policy and legislative analysts, civic organizations and community groups to improve law enforcement training on federal, state and local levels.