Grant Coordinator Job Description Sample
Grant Program Coordinator - Head And Neck Surgery
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTION
Grant Completion and Processing
Supports administrative planning for department research grant initiatives. Grants include multiple projects and cores, external and internal activities.
Provides comprehensive coordination/management for all aspects of all grant awards as assigned for the department. Reviews department research multi-project grants and research program grants on a regular basis, to verify accuracy, resolve errors, and ensure adherence with institution, state, local, and federal regulations. Provides assistance to PIs in the expenditure of funds available through the dissemination of information and guidelines of the various sponsoring agencies.
Provides status reports and updates regarding pending and awarded grants and projects. Participates in the preparation, submission, review, approval, contract negotiation, activation, regulation, tracking and reporting of and submission of research grant applications and annual reports, according to institutional and external requirements. Assists PIs in the preparation of the budgets for research grant proposals and contractual agreements, particularly including subcontracts with other institutions.
Establishes timelines and ensure prompt submission of necessary materials from collaborators. Requests necessary updates from collaborators in a timely manner. Proofreads, copies, and edits submitted materials.
Responsible for the preparation of grant forms and appendices for research initiatives. Ensures that the information collected is accurate, reflects the requested information. Serves as an expert resource to faculty and staff in regard to all application and reporting related issues relating to department research projects. Requires knowledge and proficiency in obtaining access to and retrieval of online forms and documentation from state/federal government agencies and private foundations via the internet.
Coordinates the receipt of materials and prepares necessary reports, including annual and semi-annual reports to NIH or the appropriate awarding agency. Preparation of MOUs, Progress reports, FIS, Invoicing, and other tasks as assigned. Assist with Effort Reporting.
Prepares biographical sketch for PI and oversees the preparation of biographical sketches for new key personnel added to annual non-competing application for accuracy. Prepares and maintains a file of internal and external grant reports and continuation deadlines.
Minimum: $52,000 – Midpoint: $65,000 – Maximum: $78,000
Required: Bachelor's degree.
Required: Three years of extensive administrative experience. May substitute required education degree with additional years of equivalent experience on a one to one year basis.
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Program Coordinator - State Grant Programs
We are currently seeking skilled and team-oriented applicants for the following position: Program Coordinator-State Grant Programs
This position is responsible for the following:
Advise students, parents, staff, the public and/or agencies on complex federal, state and university requirements and polices related to financial aid. Exercise independent judgment in interpreting and applying rules and regulations. Select and recommend alternative courses of action.
Evaluate and award financial aid in accordance with federal, state and university polices.
Serve as office expert for the State Need Grant and College Bound Scholarship programs, the Washington Application for Student Financial Aid (WASFA), and the processes around the DACA, 1079, residency and special residency.
The candidate selected for this position will be rewarded with competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package which includes highly subsidized health/dental plans, retirement plan with 100% university match, generous paid vacation and sick leave, 11 paid holidays (adjusted accordingly), tuition waiver benefit and more!
EWU expands opportunities for personal transformation through excellence in learning.
Grant Coordinator - Methodist College
The Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention (NEPQR)-Registered Nurses in Primary Care (RNPC) Grant Coordinator will be responsible for working with the pre-licensure students, RN-BSN students, and existing registered nurses, and other healthcare providers to manage and receive awarded grant funds in a variety of methods, coordinate curricular activities and clinical/practicums, and facilitate continuing education projects and practices. The Grant Coordinator will also collaborate with students and connect them with needed outside resources to enhance successful completion of their program of study, both pre-licensure and RN-BSN and act as a resource person to all community partners and participants in continuing education or certificate education. Also required is managing the inputing accurate and complete data for all clients and ensuring all documents are submitted as required by grant specifications.
This is a 4 year position.
ResponsibilitiesParticipate in recruitment of grant recipients and participants
Meet with pre-licensure and RN to BSN students as needed to discuss academic progression, support program of study, and monitor progress
Recruit participants in continuing education offerings, including: continuing education credits, obtaining the Population Health Certificate, and further participation in all grant activities focused on enhancing KSA's related to community/population healthcare
Prepare aggregate data and report to PD and grant committee
Convene regular meetings with all entities involved in the NEPQR-RNPC initiative
Master's degree in area related to the grant
Three years' experience in higher education
Two years of experience with supporting student success activities
Two years of experiences in continuing education
Two years of experience with data management and aggregating and reporting data
Dod Grant Coordinator
This is an eighteen month grant funded Coordinator position at IES working directly for the Director of the North Carolina Defense Industry Diversification Initiative (NCDIDI). The NCDIDI was established in 2017 after IES received an eighteen month planning grant from the DoD OEA. This position is the primary point of contact for the Director, with responsibilities for collecting, analyzing and preparing information and data for use in meetings, special projects, and client interactions.
The position requires strong writing and editing skills and the ability to produce concise and accurate company reports and other writing requirements. The program coordinator will work directly for the Director of the OEA grant to accomplish their job. The coordinator must be self-sufficient in ensuring job responsibilities are accomplished.
Duties include providing administrative support by answering calls, managing calendars, coordinating conference calls, preparing meetings, generating purchase requisitions, handling travel arrangements, submitting travel reimbursements, assisting with course registration and preparation, and coordinating shipping activities. High School Diploma or equivalency and one year of related office experience; or equivalent combination of training and experience. • Excellent communication skills; oral and written • Demonstrated strong organizational skills • Familiar with email and calendar systems • Knowledge of and ability to use Google Documents, Sheets, and Slides • Ability to travel to off-site facilities, as needed • Ability to multi-task • Office support experience and ability to solve problems • Ability to deal with last-minute changes within the supported programs • Independently able to support the functions of the unit with/without the Director
21St Cclc Grant - School Site Coordinator
21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC)
School Site Coordinator
three (3) positions – one at each school (PES, PMS, PHS)
Job Title: 21st CCLC School Site Coordinator - three (3) positions – one at each school (PES, PMS, PHS)
Position Available: August 2018
Hours of Work: 2 hours daily/Monday - Thursday, some Saturdays
Compensation: $5,000 stipend
Individual who understands the vision for students to learn through an engagement and/or career lens and serves as a conduit between empowering student programming, budget, and grant reporting needs. This individual does not have instructor duties during the hours of the school 21st CCLC program and is the first point of contact to the school program offered before/after school, Saturdays, and summer. Successful candidates are self-starters working to:
Maintain the school budget in collaboration with the grant director
Ensure job postings and board recommendations for staffing are accurate and submitted, ideally, three times a year (first semester, second semester, and summer)
Collect and submit data required by the grant (attendance, benchmark achievement data, surveys) to the external grant evaluator
Understand the during day and after school resources and serve as a conduit to responsive programming for students
Engage the 21st CCLC grant program director to seek programming for students outside the school setting
Ensure program publicity is communicated positively, accurately, and frequently to the school's stakeholders
Lead or co-lead with school principals the CAG (community advisory group) to include student voice, parent voice, teacher voice, school administration, and community resources related to mental health, academic, and career connections. The purpose of CAG is to meet 2-3 times a year for the purpose of continuous improvement of program enrichment for students.
Licensure qualifications are flexible in order to attract a high quality individual who already serves the school and understands its many resources. Such person will have experience in working in schools and building positive culture.
Application Process: Please apply online via the Perry Local Schools website at ww.perry-lake.org See "Job Opportunities"
Questions: Please contact: Dr. Betty Jo Malchesky at email@example.com
Application Deadline: August 20, 2018 or until position is filled
Date Posted: August 13, 2018
(Note: The District retains the right not to fill this vacancy depending on District needs.)
Surgery Inventory Coordinator - Contingent - Grant - Day Shift
This position is accountable for coordinating the daily flow of supplies, implants and equipment for the Surgery Department with multiple inventory tools; automated supply units, electronic hand held units and an ERP system for perpetual inventory. This position ensures that procurement requests accurately reflect clinical and cost requirements and the timing of receipt for those requests meet customer and financial expectations.
The Coordinator is responsible for the computerized supply replenishment and procurement of owned, consigned and same day requested inventory. They are also responsible for routine inventory management to ensure accurate financials and product integrity. This position requires a high degree of critical thinking to ensure the right supplies and services are available to support the clinical operations of the surgical department and ensure the best patient care by reacting to planned and unplanned requests for patient treatment.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education, Certification, Registration, LicenseHighschool or GEDField of Study: High school
Years of Experience: 3 to 5SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE High school Diploma or GED with 5 years of medical supply experience and three years of procurement and/or inventory experience Excellent computer skills Microsoft suite of products, Inventory and Financial system knowledge Understanding in sourcing of clinical and non-clinical services and supplies Excellent communication and problem resolution skills Proven track record in excellent customer service and training skills Understanding of inventory and receiving processes Experience with or knowledge of accounting, contracting and data integrity Excellent critical thinking skills High school Diploma or GED with 5 years of medical supply experience or Associate with 3 years of medical supply experience two years of procurement or inventory experience supply Chain knowledge with a full understanding of procurement, inventories and their methodologies Healthcare services and supplies terminology and a broad understanding of a multi-hospital system
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Equal Employment Opportunity
OhioHealth is an equal opportunity employer and fully supports and maintainscompliance with all state, federal, and local regulations. OhioHealth does not discriminateagainst associates or applicants because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age,ancestry, national origin, veteran status, pregnancy, disability, marital status, or othercharacteristics protected by law. Equal employment opportunity is extended to all persons in allaspects of the associate-employer relationship including recruitment, hiring, training, promotion,transfer, compensation, discipline, reduction in staff, termination, assignment of benefits, and anyother term or condition of employment.
Part-Time Administrative Grant Coordinator
Part-Time Administrative Grant Coordinator
STAFF - Support Staff
$11.90 - $20.58
Open Until Filled
First Review Date
May 24, 2018
The Part-Time Administrative Coordinator provides administrative support to the Grant Director by assisting in planning, evaluating, and reporting in the project's record management system, preparing documents and reports; as well as, maintaining the daily operations and projects communications with the College and community. This is temporary grant funded position.
Duties & Responsibilities
Assists the Grant Director in planning, evaluating, and reporting grant program daily operations
Prepares, creates and maintains a database for the grant program and coordinates counseling efforts
Assists the Grant Director with creating and maintaining project-related records and reports
Creates and coordinates web site content, media releases, reports, newsletters, and other communication on behalf of the program
Purchases and maintains office supplies
Prepares correspondence to vendors, hotels, and conference hosts
Serves as an event planner for meetings, travel, conferences and events; plans and schedules travel to meetings and events; organizes and maintains office and travel schedules
Creates materials for workshops and training sessions
Coordinates logistics, schedules, and participant communications
Interacts and liaises with external constituency in facilitating program objectives
Compiles and maintains data of program and financial records on program activities, progress and status or other special reports for grant funder; maintains accurate financial records and supporting documentation
Prepares grant-related Disbursement Requests and Department Requisitions, including travel-related activities, monthly billing, reconciliation reports, quarterly budget report, student stipends and invoices for items purchased or services rendered
Assists in preparation of monthly reports and proposal for funding and funding continuation from grant funder
Provides coverage at any function, in conjunction with, or in absence of other staff
Performs other duties assigned
Associates degree in related field from a regionally accredited institution and two (2) years of experience in responsible related clerical work including supervisory experience; or equivalent combination of experience and education
All degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution
Knowledge and understanding of College organization, goals and objectives, and policies and procedures
Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
Possess excellent customer relations, organizational and interpersonal skills
Ability to function in a team setting and to interact with supervisory and subordinate personnel in a professional and positive manner
Ability to follow and issue oral and written instructions
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos
Ability to write simple correspondence
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form
Ability to logically analyze problems and determine the appropriate action to be taken for resolution
Ability to work a flexible schedule to include evening and weekend assignments
Ability to work in a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment with students, faculty, and staff
OHV Projects / Grant Program Coordinator
ARIZONA STATE LAND DEPARTMENT
Since its inception in 1912, the Arizona State Land Department has been entrusted with managing approximately 9.2 million acres of State Trust lands scattered throughout Arizona. The Common Schools (K-12) are the largest beneficiary entitled to approximately 87% of the land and receiving close to 90% of State Trust Land revenues. Through the application of sound stewardship, and effective business management principles, the Land Department can succeed in its mission of responsibly managing the assets of a multi-generational perpetual Trust in alignment with the interests of the beneficiaries and Arizona's future.
Are you ready join us in our mission? Please apply today!
For general information visit our website: www.azland.gov
OHV Coordinator (Natural Resources Manager III)
Annual Salary Range $40,000 - $50,000
(Position Will Remain Open Until Business Needs are Met.)
1616 West Adams Phoenix, AZ 85007
NOTE: This is a grant funded position subject to annual renewal.
Under the supervision of the Field Services Manager, this position is responsible for developing, implementing and coordinating a state-wide off-highway vehicle (OHV) program with a goal of eliminating adverse impacts to State Trust land. This position will coordinate with internal field staff and external agencies, customers, and stakeholder groups to monitor and report on OHV patterns and usage state-wide. Through public outreach activities, the OHV Coordinator will educate OHV users on the responsible use of State Trust land in alignment with the mission of the Trust, and develop partnerships for aiding the State Land Department in responsible use and management of State Trust Land.
The OHV Coordinator will aid in the investigation and resolution of issues related to the improper use of OHVs on State Trust Land. The OHV Coordinator must be able to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing, when dealing with the general public and user groups. The OHV Coordinator will be in frequent contact with the public, especially with the OHV community, and may occasionally be required to utilize conflict resolution skills. This position is required to sustain itself through available grant programs, and the incumbent will be responsible for identifying and applying for grants to fund projects that align with the responsibilities of this position.
Summary of Duties:
Apply for and manage grants through the State Parks & Trails OHV Grant Program in order to fund the position and future projects. Manage the department's OHV decal fund account to supplement the grant process.
Coordinate with and attend meetings/functions (trail rides) of OHV user groups and other governmental agencies. Attend outdoor/OHV related events to educate individuals and user groups regarding the mission of the Trust. Represent the department on the ADEQ OHV Dust Task Force.
Perform field work related to OHV projects and improvements on State Trust land. Operate four-wheel drive vehicles, off-highway vehicles, light-duty equipment and trailers; use of hand and power tools.
Assist with the investigation & resolution of trespass issues especially relating to improper/unpermitted OHV use on STL.
Apply the principles, theories, and concepts of the Arizona Management System; actively participating in daily group huddles and huddle board updates; continually identifying areas for process and quality improvement; adhering to established standard work and procedures.
Other duties as assigned as related to the position.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
Knowledge of OHV statutes and rules as relating to the use of STL.
Knowledge applying for and obtaining grants and additional funding.
Federal and State laws, statutes and local jurisdictional regulations
Agency policy and procedures, goals and objectives Is preferred.
Principles and practices of land management, measurements and legal descriptions.
Basic office equipment including desktop computer.
Microsoft Office applications (i.e. Word and Excel) in a Windows environment.
Skill to operate vehicles and use tools and position related equipment.
Organizational skills in coordinating field activities.
Effective oral and written communication skills.
Judgment in locating and selecting the most appropriate guidelines for numerous and variable circumstances.
Negotiation skills sufficient to obtain support, cooperation and action from involved parties.
Grant and Program/Project administration practices.
Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing, especially with/to OHV user groups.
Ability to make Independent decisions and judgments.
A minimum of 3 years professional experience managing an OHV program and/or experience applying for and managing grants.
A four-year degree in natural resources or closely related field.
Extensive experience in the use/operation of four-wheel drive and off-highway vehicles, light-duty equipment, towing trailers and hand tools.
COVER LETTER REQUIREMENT
A cover letter is required for this position in addition to a complete resume at the time of application. The cover letter should concisely highlight experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities as they relate to the job posting. The cover letter will be used to determine which applicants will advance to the interview phase of the recruitment and selection process.
The State of Arizona provides a highly comprehensive benefits package, including:
A Competitive salary
A robust and very affordable insurance plan that includes medical, dental, life, short-term and long-term disability options;
A top-ranked retirement program with 100% employer matched contributions;
10 paid holidays per year;
Accrued vacation and sick days;
Work-Life balance and additional options for life betterment such as deferred compensation, credit union membership, and a wellness program.
Prior or after interviewing, candidates may be subject to a pre-employment skills assessment
Requires possession of and ability to retain a current, valid state-issued driver's license
appropriate to the assignment. Employees who drive on state business are subject to driver's
license record checks, must maintain acceptable driving records and must complete required
driver training. (refer to Arizona Administrative Code R2-10-207.12.)
Arizona State Government is an EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.
All newly hired employees will be subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program.
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follow the instructions to submit your application.
Please note: The Arizona State Land Department does not provide status updates on positions that are in the recruitment process. A notification received via email is confirmation that your resume has been successfully submitted. Only the applicants selected to move forward in the interview process will be contacted directly by the hiring authority.
If you have trouble applying for this position, please email [email protected] for assistance.
Community Relations, Grant And Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
The Center for Human Development, Inc., is currently seeking a Community Relations, Grant and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator. Outreach to the community, oversee internal and external communications for the organization, and represent CHD to the public. This role sets and guides the strategy for all communications, website and public relations messages, and consistently promotes CHD's mission. Seeks out grant opportunities at local, state and federal levels and coordinates with CHD teams for the development and submission of grant applications. Position also fills the role of the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator. This includes addressing mitigation, preparedness, and recovery phases for public health emergencies through plan development and response activities. This position is a member of the Administrative Council.
Bachelor's degree, or any equivalent combination of experience and training which demonstrates the ability to perform the above duties.
Marketing background with a minimum of 2 years' experience.
Knowledge of principles and techniques of public relations, and non-profit organizations.
Knowledge of legislative processes, community market analysis sufficient to identify user needs and interests and media practices and procedures.
Knowledge of basic grant writing procedures and good technical writing skills.
Group Facilitation skills.
Demonstrated leadership, management, program development, program evaluation, budget development and monitoring.
Demonstrated community organizing, community development, and collaboration knowledge and skills.
Strong oral and written skills.
Ability to manage multiple tasks/projects simultaneously.
Ability to integrate public health preparedness efforts into healthy community building efforts.
Must assure that CHD Public Health is ready to respond 24/7 to Public Health emergencies.
PC, internet and e-mails skills are essential. Demonstrated competence in a Windows environment with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
Valid driver's license, and must pass criminal history check and drug screening.
CHD is a nonprofit corporation that is recognized statewide as an innovator. Join a self-directed team that has the capability to manage their own work and make decisions at the level of service to the customer.
Tired of the rat race? La Grande, Oregon is a small town in Eastern Oregon that offers fresh air, a strong community presence, virtually no traffic, and lots of outdoor recreation in the surrounding Blue Mountains. Enjoy hiking, horseback and mountain bike trails, and ATV access at Mt. Emily Recreation Area, bird watching at Ladd Marsh, picnics along the Grande Ronde River, inland links style golf courses and more. Home of Eastern Oregon University.
Full time exempt position with attractive benefit package that includes paid time off, medical, dental, vision, life/AD&D insurance, long-term disability insurance, excellent retirement benefit with generous contribution to 401k after orientation, Professional Development Plan, paid renewal leave, annual employee appreciation picnics and dinners, Mental Health Days, gym discounts, and more.
How to Apply:
Send, fax or email cover letter and application found at www.chdinc.org to Center for Human Development, Inc., Attn: Susie, 2301 Cove Avenue, La Grande, OR 97850, Fax: 541-963-5272
Cal Grant & Ab-540 Coordinator
CSU Job Listing Details
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Job ID: 170276
CAL GRANT & AB-540 COORDINATOR
July 2, 2018
Open until filled
Link to Apply Online:
Campus Employment Homepage:
Bulletin #170276; 7/2/18
CAL GRANT & AB-540 COORDINATOR
Administrative Analyst Specialist
Center for Student Financial Aid
Salary Range: $3,288-$5,983/Monthly
Work Schedule: Full-time, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm; non-exempt position.
Essential Functions: Under the general direction of the Director of Financial Aid, the Cal Grant & AB-540 Program Coordinator performs duties and works collaboratively with all units within Financial Aid, the Disbursement Office, the Enrollment Management Technology leadership team and the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) in the delivery of state aid funds to students.
The incumbent will: oversee the Cal Grant portfolio and in-state aid funding to Dreamers; perform all duties related to the technical systems setup for both programs; and work in concert with other financial aid application processes in the delivery of student aid funds to Cal State LA students.
The incumbent is expected to stay current with CSAC program eligibility changes and requirements, as well as the WebGrants systems-related updates and effectively communicate all CSAC updates/alerts to the Operations team on a regular basis.
Required Qualifications & Experience: Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university in one of the behavioral sciences, public or business administration or a job-related field.
Three years of full-time progressively related experience providing the day-to-day administration of a program. Must have experience managing financial aid programs and possess knowledge of: Federal and State Financial Aid laws and regulations; basic methods and procedures for research and statistical analysis; and PeopleSoft, customer service based technology systems, and communications strategies.
Ability to: learn PeopleSoft query manager, pop update processes, and CommGen tools; interpret and apply university policies, rules, and regulations regarding financial aid; reason logically; collect, compile, analyze, and evaluate technical data; carry out very complex assignments without detailed instructions; compose and appropriately format correspondence and statistical reports. A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who may apply for the position.
Special Desired Qualifications:
Knowledge of California State University, and California State University, Los Angeles policies and procedures.
Closing Date: Review of applications will begin on July 16, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled; however, the position may close when an adequate number of qualified applications are received.
A COMPLETED ON-LINE CAL STATE LA EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION IS REQUIRED. RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IN LIEU OF A COMPLETED APPLICATION.
The person holding this position is considered a "mandated reporter" under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 revised July 21, 2017 as a condition of employment.
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