Current Opening – Grants Consultant Network

Join our Consultant Network

We are looking for additional grants consultants to serve in the McAllister & Quinn Grants Network. McAllister & Quinn consultants work remotely and are paid on a per-project basis. Our consultants work in many different roles based on their interests, background and capacity and over a plethora of topics throughout our practice areas including Higher Education, Nonprofits, Healthcare, and Advanced Technology. 

Playing supporting roles on McAllister & Quinn projects ensures that your skills are kept sharp for federal and national foundation grant seeking. 

Why join the M&Q Consultant Network?

Flexibility. Choose projects that work with your schedule. 

Variety. Select and bid on a wide variety of projects, ranging from large, federal grants to small foundation grants, and everything in between. 

Superior clients. Engage with talented PIs and a wide variety of clients – from small liberal arts colleges to large research universities, and from healthcare agencies to non-profit organizations. 

Professional development. You will love working with our talented M&Q directors and staff for their expertise, top-notch client management skills, and can-do attitudes.   

Efficiency. M&Q takes care of the marketing, business development, and project administration, leaving our consultants free to do what they do best.  

Impact. Join our team, and contribute to meaningful and interesting work that helps our clients make a difference in the world.  

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Grants Consultant Network Form

To respond to one of the current openings, please email the contact listed on the position description. For more information, generally, please fill out the form below:

    McAllister & Quinn is committed building a culturally diverse and pluralistic network of consultants, who are committed to working in a multicultural environment where differences are valued and respected.  Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and intersectional individuals are encouraged to apply.