Grant Coordinator IIIUnder the supervision of the Manager for the Family Planning and the Breast and Cervical Cancer Services Programs in the Family and Social Services Section of the Health, Developmental, and Independence Services, as part of the Medical Social Services Division, performs highly advanced grant development, coordination, and administration work. Coordinates and oversees the development and writing of grant applications and reports that align with funding requirements and agency expectations. Reviews funding guidance, applications, and contracts to determine compliance with stated requirements and standards. Monitors grant award(s) and serves as a liaison between funding sources and the state and the federal government. Works under minimal supervision, with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.Essential Job Functions:
15% - Develops, oversees, and evaluates work plans and time lines to ensure timely and accurate submission of federal grant applications and program reports.15% - Coordinates with fiscal and program staff to develop budget justifications and budget revisions for awarded grants.15% - Monitors the implementation, management, evaluation, and close-out of grants according to rules and regulations.15% - Serves as a liaison between the agency, the State, and grant funding sources by attending meetings and conference calls, responding to information requests, and resolving issues between parties involved.10% - Represents program on cross-functional and inter-agency work groups to develop programmatic objectives, work plans, and budgets.10% - Establishes, develops, and implements procedures for activity development.10% - Ensures compliance with conditions of grants by overseeing agreements, contracts, expenses, activities, and federal and state regulations.5% - Provides guidance and oversight to colleagues and management regarding grant administration, policies, and procedures and resolves related issues and concerns.5% - Performs related work as assigned.Knowledge Skills Abilities:
N/AInitial Selection Criteria:
Experience in federal grant administration, development, coordination, and monitoring required. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university required.Additional Information:
An in-basket writing assessment will be conducted at the time of the interview.Req #370207MOS Code:
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