Grant Specialist Position Open

Published: 2012-01-27

The Indiana Lake Michigan Coastal Program seeks well qualified applicants for the Grant Specialist Position. This position is responsible for the day to day operations of the Coastal Grant Program. The Coastal Grant Program annually passes thru approximately $650,000 for projects that address coastal resource issues in Indiana. The FY12 Cycle marks tenth year for the Program. More information on the Coastal Grant Program is available at:

The Grant Specialist position is located at the Indiana Dunes State Park Annex Office and is part of the LMCP team. Funding for the program is provided via a Cooperative Agreement with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management’s Coastal Programs Division via the Coastal Zone Management Act.

If you or someone you know maybe interested in the position it is posted to the State of Indiana Job Bank as Job ID - 577448 – Grant Specialist. The easiest way to find the position is use the Keyword Search and Enter “Grant Specialist”. As of today it is the only posting under that title. The position open date was 1/17/11 and it will remain posted until 1/31/12. Directions on how to search for the position and how to apply are posted to the above webpage.

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