Pay rates - *on the proposed program budget dont call yourself a grant writer but instead use administrative assistant development officer Q How

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*on the proposed program budget, don’t call yourself a grant writer but instead use “administrative assistant” development officer” Q: How much do grant writers make? A: I can't tell you exactly how much grant writers earn, because salaries vary from region to region and state to state. However, I can give you some links to salary tables so you can get an idea of the possibilities. Check out the one from The Wall Street Journal 's site, CareerJournal.com, in the Supplementary Material section of this lesson. And then try these additional sites: http://www.raise-funds.com/040202forum.html#addendum1 http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Grant_Writer/Hourly_Rate With regard to preparing budgets, I'm often asked what is an appropriate compensation for grant writers. The quick answer is that it varies greatly from region to region and from organization to organization. In reality, there are many variables and there is no simple answer. For instance, if you are in NYC and have been retained by one of the largest institutions, one with multi-million budget, you can assume you would be at the top of the salary scale and probably could command $1000 or even $1,500 a day. But you would have to have top skills and wide
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course PUBLIC ADM 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UNF.

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Pay rates - *on the proposed program budget dont call yourself a grant writer but instead use administrative assistant development officer Q How

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