IEM is looking for a Grants Manager to work in Tallahassee, FL to support Irma work.
Grants Manager with a background in disaster recovery, community resilience, and federal grants management to work on current and upcoming projects. The Grants Manager support various types of projects, including CDBG, CDBG-DR, CDBG-NDR, HOME, FEMA or other federal grant administration, disaster recovery analytics and planning, economic development, housing policy, and neighborhood development.
Lead and support the delivery of services to clients.
Draft plans, reports, and assessments based on research and analysis.
Research and analyze federal regulations.
Support the development of administrative and programmatic policies and procedures.
Develop tools, forms, and templates to support clients adherence to applicable regulations.
Monitor federal grantee and subrecipient activity for compliance with federal regulations.
Conduct research and analysis for clients, stakeholders and the general public.
Draft documents, memos, letters, and other formal communications to clients.
Required Skills and Experience:
Minimum of five (5) years of experience working on one or more of the following types of projects: federal grant programs targeted towards investment in disaster recovery, neighborhoods, housing, economic development, infrastructure or the environment, including CDBG, CDBG-DR, CDBG-NDR, HOME, or FEMA. (highlighted are strongly preferred)
Familiar with managing CDBG-DR grants or Subrecipient with workforce housing/new multifamily housing development and voluntary home buyout projects.
Strong analytical skills and capable of retrieving, analyzing and synthesizing data in a meaningful way.
Thorough knowledge of federal grant program regulations. Community Development Block Grant
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint).
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work independently and a strong commitment to team environment.
Ability to meet project milestones and delivery schedules.
Bachelors degree or 9+ years of relevant experience.
Analytical Thinking: Identifies critical relationships in information
Project Management: Manages well defined projects