New Britain - Connecticut (CT),
Community Mental Health Affiliates
Estimated salary $20 - $22 an hour
Reports to: Planning and Performance
Department: Performance Improvement Program:
Job Code: GRANLT Job Grade: 21
None FLSA Exemption:
Work Location: New Britain EEO Category:
Researches state and federal grant opportunities to identify funding matched with agency needs
and strategies. Develops state and federal grant applications to support agency programs and
capital projects in concert with program leadership. Prepares grant reports for funders, as
Essential Responsibilities and Target Outcomes:
Researches state and federal grant opportunities to identify funding matched with agency
needs and strategies
Attends bidders’ conferences and webinars, as needed, to inform grants pursuit and writing.
Conducts literature review and analyzes community and agency data to support grant
Collaborates with program leadership and managers to develop grant applications based on
agency strengths, past program outcomes and innovative program design.
Maintains a grants data base with grants submitted, awarded, and reporting requirements.
Works with managers to assure consistent outcome data collection and tracking in order to
comply with grant related reporting requirements
Provide timely, accurate grant reports to
Attend community meetings as required to collaborate with other agencies on projects and
Other duties as assigned.
Community Mental Health Affiliates ‐ Job Description
Job Description: Grants Analyst Effective: December 2020
Principal Customers: CMHA leadership and managers to develop grant applications/reports. Agency
Quality and MIS staff to gather and assemble data for grants. Funders such as DCF, DMHAS and CSSD.
Critical Work Relationships: CMHA leadership and management.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science required.
Valid Connecticut driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Experience: 3-5 years of successful experience in grantwriting, preferably with state and
Advanced experience with Microsoft Office products including Word, Outlook,
Excel and PowerPoint.
Behavioral Skill Sets
Proven track record in grantwriting.
Excellent interpersonal and communications skills.
Ability to manage and balance a variety of time sensitive projects
simultaneously by assessing workload and conflicting timelines.
Ability to ensure the security and confidentiality of client information and
records in a manner consistent with professional and agency codes of
Awareness/sensitivity to all types of issues related to client diversity.