Grant Coordinator Job Description Sample
Assistant Program Coordinator – Department OF Public Health - Emergency Preparedness & Response Unit – Grant Funded Position
Position Summary Under the general supervision of the Project Director V, the Assistant Program Coordinator - Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) Coordinator is a professional employee responsible for developing agency plans and policies. This position will be responsible for the oversight of surge capacity public health preparedness and response planning from the county level to the community level including activation, mobilization, response and demobilization; writing the plan and facilitating implementation, which may include direct oversight of education and training development for volunteers, planning partners, and CCDPH employees. This position will coordinate and lead, as appropriate, activities to respond to public health threats and emergencies, as well as provide leadership and project management for major preparedness initiatives supported by the agency and/or its partners. Minimum Requirements * Master's Degree in Public Health, Public Health Administration, Disaster Management, Emergency Management, or other related health science, medical, or emergency response field (official transcripts must be provided at time of interview) * Three (3) years of experience in public health, environmental health, emergency medical services planning or infectious disease control
Two (2) years of experience in emergency planning, emergency response, or emergency management
Experience with plan writing or policy writing
Must obtain certifications in IS 100, 200, 700, and 800 within six months, and certifications in ICS 300 and 400 within a year of employment
Must participate in Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program trainings within a year of employment
Duties involve local travel; employee must possess a valid driver's license and an insured vehicle
Must be able to construct written documents in a clear, concise manner
Must be available for "on-call" duty Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics * Outstanding partnership development and planning skills, including strategic planning and community-based development theory and methods * Superior coordination, facilitation, organizational, and communication (both written and verbal) skills * Ability to construct written documents in a clear, concise manner * Ability to consistently exercise discretion and excellent judgment * Strong skills and working knowledge with preparedness theory and planning. _ _
PLEASE READ__ When applying for employment with the Cook County Health & Hospitals System, preference is given to honorably discharged Veterans who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States for not less than 6 months of continuous service To take advantage of this preference a Veteran must: * Meet the minimum qualifications for the position.
- Identify self as a Veteran on the employment application by answering yes to the question by answering yes to the question, “Are you a Military Veteran?” * Attach a copy of their DD 214, DD 215 or NGB 22 (Notice of Separation at time of application filing. Please note: If you have multiple DD214s, 215s, or NGB 22S, Please submit the one with the latest date. Coast Guard must submit a certified copy of the military separation from either the Department of Transportation (Before 9/11) or the Department of Homeland Security (After 9/11). Discharge papers must list and Honorable Discharge Status. Discharge papers not listing an Honorable Discharge Status are not acceptable__ OR
A copy of a valid State ID Card or Driver’s License which identifies the holder of the ID as a Veteran, may also be attached to the application at time of filing. If items are not attached, you will not be eligible for Veteran Preference
VETERANS MUST PROVIDE ORIGINAL APPLICABLE DISCHARGE PAPERS OR APPLICABLE STATE ID CARD OR DRIVER’S LICENSE AT TIME OF INTERVIEW.
Benefits PackageMedical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
Basic Term Life Insurance
Deferred Compensation Program * Paid Holidays, Vacation, and Sick Time * You may also qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF)
For further information on our excellent benefits package, please click on the following link: http://www.cookcountyrisk.com/
MUST MEET ALL REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AT TIME OF APPLICATION FILING.
Degrees awarded outside of the United States with the exception of those awarded in one of the United States’ territories and Canada must be credentialed by an approved U. S. credential evaluation service belonging to the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) or the Association of International Credential Evaluators (AICE). Original credentialing documents bust be presented at time of interview.
Please note all offers of Employment are contingent upon the following conditions: satisfactory professional & employment references, healthcare and criminal background checks, appropriate licensure/certifications and the successful completion of a physical and pre-employment drug screen.
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COOK COUNTY HEALTH & HOSPITALS SYSTEM IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERJob Posting: Feb 22, 2018, 3:52:22 PM
Closing Date:* Mar 24, 2018, 11:59:00 PM
Organization:* Health and Hospital Systems
Req ID:* 00120719
Family Self-Sufficiency Grant Coordinator
Family Self-Sufficiency Grant Coordinator The North Charleston Housing Authority is currently accepting applications for the position of Family Self-Sufficiency Grant Coordinator. This is a grant-funded position.
Under general supervision this position is responsible for performing administrative work in developing and implementing programs designed to help residents achieve economic independence and self-sufficiency. Minimum qualifications: Requires an Associate’s degree in Social Sciences, Counseling, or closely related field; supplemented by one to three years previous experience and/or training that includes vocational assessment/training, program design/development, program management, public relations, and marketing; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite
Grant And Project Coordinator (Part-Time)
If you are creative and enjoy working within an entrepreneurial environment that is mission-driven, results-driven, and community-oriented, come join our team of dedicated professionals. The Grant and Project Coordinator plays an integral role in assisting the Vice President of Development with complex administrative and information management support necessary to obtain grants which help to provide access to housing, health care, education, employment, and supportive services that enable individuals and families to achieve sustainable independence.
Responsibilities to include providing administrative needs of grant department in their pursuit of grant funding; assisting grant writers with acquiring data and materials and with preparing/submitting applications; creating and maintaining a database to support and monitor grant applications, awards, stewardship and reports; researching grant opportunities and assisting with application process, vetting funders on an ongoing basis; managing stewardship of grant donors including press releases, tours and check presentations; writing and submitting small grants; and managing the grant department’s shared files in cloud-based software products.
The successful candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of relevant experience. Must have experience with project management administration, excellent English skills (grammar, punctuation, spelling), proofreading experience, basic accounting knowledge and experience, and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, SharePoint and Adobe Acrobat. Experience supporting executives in a non-profit organization desired. You will be able to exercise good judgment while maintaining a professional demeanor in a variety of situations and have the capability to work independently on multiple projects from conception to completion while working quickly and accurately to meet tight deadlines.
This position is part-time, on site during normal business hours with some nights and weekends required to meet deadlines. Full-time work may be considered for the right candidate. This is an excellent opportunity to learn how to write grants and advance within the company.
Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirements to: Human Resources, 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH 03062 or email to email@example.com (preferred).
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A prestigious University located in Cambridge, MA is seeking for a grant coordinator to help them support an upcoming project. This position reports to the Initiative, the Project Leader of the Initiative, and to the Administrator of the department.
The grant coordinator would be responsible for the day-to-day management and long-term planning of the Initiative, which consists of faculty, affiliated senior members, post-doctoral fellows, graduates, and visiting scholars. The candidate would also be responsible for preparation and post-award management of the annual grant budget. The main responsibilities consist of: - Ensures appropriate use of funds for reimbursements, travel expenditures, and
Grant Program Coordinator
- Coordinate the administrative and daily operations of the grant to include but not limited to the following:
- Assist in preparing bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly grant reporting.
- Maintains up-to-date training lists
- Sets up and develops agendas for meetings and conference calls with outside groups.
- Updates/revises language on webpages
- Monitors budget expenditures and processes invoices and “in kind" expenditures
- Provides technical coordination with outreach efforts such as webinars and marketing activities.
- Oversees and/or coordinates the logistics and training materials for off-site trainings.
- Coordinates logistics and monitors online learning collaborative
- Assist with coordinating calls
- Process invoices and honoraria
- Communicates and works closely with Program Manager and Chief of Policy, Programs and Partnerships in grant execution on a regular basis.
- Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
- College degree, with 1-2 years of administrative experience and/or program coordination; Summer internships ok
- Ability to develop and maintain recordkeeping systems and procedures.
- Ability to gather data, compile information, and prepare reports.
- Skilled in organizing resources and establishing priorities.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
- Self-motivated, able to work independently, as well as in multi-disciplinary teams.
- Demonstrated oral and written communication skills
- Mental health /psychiatric systems understanding a plus
Grant And Data Coordinator
Full Time. Responsible for facilitating the capture of data and outcomes for programs, and contract compliance. Will serve as point person and central communication channel for grants completion. Assist other staff with IT questions and issues. Required skills include: Excellent proficiency with Microsoft Office systems and experience with other data systems; (fundraising system a plus). Must be able to prioritize tasks, meet deadlines, and work independently and on a team. Excellent verbal and communication skills required. Bachelor's degree preferred; experience with grants management preferred with sufficient knowledge and understanding of IT systems and software. Competitive pay rate and benefits.
Berkshire Children and Families is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination, equal opportunity, and cultural diversity. People of color, LGBTQ individuals and multi-/bi-lingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Submit cover letter and resume to Paula McDermott, HR Administrator. You may include military service assignments and any verified work performed on a volunteer basis. AA/EOE
As one of the oldest social service agencies in Berkshire County and the Pioneer Valley, Berkshire Children and Families is committed to the well-being of children and families in the communities in which they live.
Our long-term presence in many western Massachusetts communities helps us respond to current needs of families; communities respond to challenges when they arise; and to keep focus on prevention strategies - breaking the cycles that keep children and families from fulfilling their potential to be strong, contributing citizens.
We promote partnership and collaboration at all levels with communities, agencies, schools, funders and families themselves to develop services that are responsive to families' needs.
Perkins Grant Coordinator
The Triton College Perkins Grant Coordinator assists in the management of Triton's Perkins Grant allocation according to all established rules and guidelines, in support of the college's Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs and related initiatives. Grant management responsibilities include participation in Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) and Triton College grant training and professional development; annual preparation of the college's grant proposal; oversight and participation in grant purchasing and related goal attainment; work closely with the Grants Development Office to complete of all Perkins grant reports; including quarterly and end of year reports. Duties: 1.
Write and manage the Perkins Grant proposal and plan and related, available ICCB Career and Technical Education (CTE) grants, such as the ICCB CTE Innovation Grant, Special Populations, etc. Work with college staff regarding issues related to the college's identified Program of Study. Prepare and complete budget expenditures, purchasing, and prepare grant reports, according to the college and state reporting schedules.
Include deans, faculty, chairpersons, program coordinators, program directors, and college staff in the planning and execution of the grants. 2. Conduct career program chairpersons/coordinators meetings to discuss strategic plan objectives, program services, and goals, including grant management. Work with the college's Research and Planning Office to compile statistics and reports.
Notify and involve staff in the implementation of policies and projects. 3.
Attend career program advisory committee meetings as requested. Participate and present in college meetings; committee meetings; conferences, professional development sessions, and trainings; and related initiatives toward the achievement of grant objectives and college goals.
Assist faculty, chairpersons, and deans with related student issues. These issues may also involve other college offices, including Admissions, Student Services, Tutoring, Special Needs, etc. 4. Through the Perkins and related CTE grants, provide assistance and grant funding support for curriculum development and revision of projects. 5.
Through the Perkins and related CTE grants, provide assistance and grant funding support to program deans, chairpersons, and faculty for professional and specialized program accreditations and approvals. 6. Promote program offerings, including Spotlight on Careers presentations that feature individual career programs. Consider working on the development and promotion of a Career Programs Month, highlighting Triton CTE activities (Note:
ACTE, the Association for Career and Technical Education, promotes focused activities each February to celebrate the value, achievements, and accomplishments of CTE programs). 7. Write and prepare program information for reports, projects, proposals, and program evaluations at the college and state levels. 8. Assist with and address phone calls, office visits, inquiries, and requests for information. 9.
Assist students with career program concerns, and work with deans, faculty, chairpersons, and campus support services (Admissions, Student Services, Tutoring, Special Needs, etc.) to address related student needs and referrals. 10. Assist in the review of applicants for career program staff positions as needed. Participate in the interview process as a member of hiring committees.
Assist with planning and delivery of training and development initiatives. 11.
Assist in the college's accreditation efforts, including participation in meetings, projects, and related activities. 12. Assume other duties and responsibilities as identified and assigned by the college president, vice president, and the Grants Development Office staff. 13.
Other Duties Assigned
1. Bachelor's degree, Master's degree preferred 2. 3-5 years' experience working in education, nonprofit or business-related functions Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: 1.
Unwavering belief that all students can learn and achieve success in school 2. Demonstrated experience in managing Carl D. Perkins Grants and proven track record in developing and managing successful CTE programs 3.
Ability to research and understand federal and state laws and policies 4. Strong organization skills and attention to detail 5. Ability to communicate effectively with a wide variety of stakeholders ( i.e.
K-12 school-based staff, community organizations, industry partners, etc.) 6. Possess a results-oriented, goal-driven approach to work; works with a sense of urgency 7. Exceptional critical thinking skills and ability to generate innovative solutions 8.
Experience in monitoring expenditures, procurement and inventory preferred, but not required 9.
Advance proficiency in Microsoft Office , specifically Excel, PowerPoint and Word 10. Willingness to learn and adapt in the midst of shifting priorities with a "can do" solutions oriented approach to learning and problem-solving 11.
Ability to work with minimal supervision outside of formalized, central office setting
Special Instructions to Applicants: 1. $22.00 per hour; maximum 28 hours per week 2. Transcripts required at time of interview 3.
Recommended applicants for hire will be subject to background check and drug test 4. AmeriCorps and Peace Corps members are encouraged to apply 5.
Triton College is an AA/EOE
Grant Coordinator For Juvenile Justice Programs
Performs advanced (senior-level) grant development, coordination, and administration work that involves identifying and evaluating the appropriateness of grant funding opportunities for the Texas Juvenile Justice Department and community-based juvenile justice programs. Work involves seeking appropriate grant opportunities that would benefit both juvenile probation and the agency, preparing grant applications and proposals and ensuring compliance with grant application guidelines; monitoring compliance with grant requirements; maintaining related records and reports; and serving as a liaison between funding sources and the agency or community-based programs.
Requires extensive collaboration with internal and external stakeholders. Works under limited supervision, with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. The position may require occasional travel and the ability to work in excess of forty hours per week.
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor s degree with course work in public or business administration, criminal justice, social justice, behavioral science, or a related field. Three years of full-time wage earning experience years that may be any combination of the following: experience in research, data analysis, policy development, legislative analysis, technical writing, budget preparation and analysis, project management, providing consultative and technical assistance relating to a juvenile justice, criminal justice, or social services program, or grant preparation, development, evaluation, or monitoring. Completed course hours of graduate study may be substituted for up to two years of experience on a basis of 12 graduate course hours for one year of experience.
OR High school diploma or equivalent. Seven years of full-time wage earning experience years that may be any combination of the following: experience in research, data analysis, policy development, legislative analysis, technical writing, budget preparation and analysis, project management, providing consultative and technical assistance relating to a juvenile justice, criminal justice, or social services program, or grant preparation, development, evaluation, or monitoring. Completed undergraduate course hours may be substituted for up to four years of the required years of experience on a basis of 30 course hours for one year of experience.
Grant Coordinator - Prevention & Community Health - Full Time - Allegiance Health
Position Summary:The Grant Coordinator coordinates the pre-award planning, organization, preparation, and the post-award administration of various grants assigned to one or more research, clinical, prevention & wellness, or other department within Henry Ford Allegiance Health. She/he will interact with investigators, project managers and administrative staff to ensure that grants are in compliance with regulatory, funding agency, and policy requirements, as well as provide guidance and support to investigators in the identification and development of grant opportunities.Pre-award planning, organization, preparation: 10-15% of time
Award administration, reporting, compliance: 85-90% of time Minimum Education:Bachelor’s degree Minimum Work Experience:3 years experience in grant writing andmanagement of grant acquisition, budgets and financial tracking, progress reporting and other compliance requirements for multiple award types including federal grants Required Licenses/Certifications:None Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:Experience producing proposals and managing grants and other funding awards, including federal grants
Excellent project management skills with experience managing and coordinating administrative projects across multiple team members
Excellent organizational skills with ability to prioritize work and resources, meet deadlines and produce quality results on time with attention to detail
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Experience interpreting financial data and preparing budgets and financial grant reports, statements and/or projections
Experience producing detailed grant progress reports for large awards
Knowledge of grant funding policies and procedures and applicable local, state, federal and university regulations
Knowledge of current developments/trends in area of expertise
Ability to determine informational needs, and to collect and analyze information
Skill in the use of personal computers and related software applications, including database management skills
Knowledge of federal, state and/or community funding sources and mechanisms including potential sources of health-related funding
Ability to conduct literature searches Preferred Qualifications5+ years work experience independently managing large grant awards
Experience organizing/implementing institutional grants management systems
Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills
Good understanding of the organization's overall business and its objectives
Possess strong knowledge of planning and strategizing financial and budgeting issues
Ability to perform in cross-functional team approach and job responsibilitiesA multi-tasker with strong ability to work under pressure
Ability to devise/develop/conduct statistical analyses and reports Overview Henry Ford Health System, one of the largest and most comprehensive integrated U.S. health care systems, is a national leader in clinical care, research and education. The system includes the 1,200-member Henry Ford Medical Group, five hospitals, Health Alliance Plan (a health insurance and wellness company), Henry Ford Physician Network, a 150-site ambulatory network and many other health-related entities throughout southeast Michigan, providing a full continuum of care.
In 2015, Henry Ford provided $299 million in uncompensated care. The health system also is a major economic driver in Michigan and employs more than 24,600 employees. Henry Ford is a 2011Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient.
The health system is led by President and CEO Wright Lassiter III. To learn more, visit
HenryFord.com. Benefits Whether it's offering a new medical option, helping you make healthier lifestyle choices or making the employee enrollment selection experience easier, it's all about choice.
Henry Ford Health System has a new approach for its employee benefits program - My Choice Rewards. My Choice Rewards is a program as diverse as the people it serves. There are dozens of options for all of our employees including compensation, benefits, work/life balance and learning - options that enhance your career and add value to your personal life.
As an employee you are provided access to Retirement Programs, an Employee Assistance Program (Henry Ford Enhanced), Tuition Reimbursement, Paid Time Off, Employee Health and Wellness and access to day care services at Bright Horizons Midtown Detroit, and a whole host of other benefits and services. Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer Henry Ford Health System is committed to the hiring, advancement and fair treatment of all individuals without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, size, height, weight, marital status, family status, gender identity, sexual orientation, and genetic information, or any other protected status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.
Job Summary Coordinates the ongoing implementation and maintenance of all support activities for Oklahoma DME Recycle Program (75%) and Oklahoma Rehab Council (25%). The Coordinator provides direct support to the Program Manager, ensuring that the grant implementation within the office are completed. The Program Manager delegates some assignments to the Coordinator to run the office when she is not available. This position directly serves and deals with the public in the State of Oklahoma, with little or no supervision. This involves the exercise of independent judgment and discretion when carrying out the job duties. This person in this position also manages her own day to day programs, reporting to the Program Manager on progress as requested. Duties will include: Maintain fiscal records for all project activities including payment of all bills for the accounts using OSU's online systems and p/card. Assist with correspondence activities and with the arrangement and coordination of meetings and completing travel reimbursements. Assist with the maintenance of the DME inventory that includes bar-coding of all retrieved devices and maintaining database inventory of all devices. Responsible for maintenance of all office supplies and equipment including project brochures. Responsible for vehicle rental reservations. Maintain office files. Assist with data compilation for the preparation of numerous reports associated with each project. Responsible for quality customer service via mail, email, phone and in person. Must mail and track customer satisfactions surveys. Assist with the maintenance of the fully secured accessible web-based system. May assist with the sanitation, refurbishment, retrieval and delivery of equipment. All other duties as assigned. Prefer experience with OSU forms and online systems such as AIRS (travel), OK Corral, p/card, etc. All other duties as assigned. Position will be officed at 3325 N. Lincoln, Oklahoma City, OK 73105. Normal work hours will be 8:00a to 5:00p M - F. The OKDMERP office is a grant with only 3 full time employees, so this person will be expected to "run the office" when the Program Manager is out. This position requires a high level of autonomy with little of no supervision. This position will require the ability to lift up to 30 pounds.
Required: Bachelor's degree in business, social work, or a related field. One year experience in related field and Customer Service.
Strong organizational skills required.
Must have ability to multi-task and prioritize workload for completion of tasks in a timely manner correlated with project deadlines. Must be able to work at a high level of autonomy with little or no supervision, with the ability to serve the public in a position where the Program Managers are frequently out of the office.
Extensive computer skills and word processing experiences are necessary.
Must be familiar with the creation and implementation of databases and on-line systems. Good verbal and written communication skills -- as well as the ability to work with a team -- are necessary for this position.
Preferred: Bachelor's degree in business, social work or a related field. Two years of experience as an administrative assistant.
Preference will be given to candidates who have ID and password access and prior experience with OSU online procurement and payment systems (AIRS and OK Corral) and prior experience with OSU p/card. Prefer familiarity and prior experience with OSU on-line systems such as AIRS, OK Corral, p/card, etc. Strong organizational skills required.
Must have ability to multi-task and prioritize workload for completion of tasks in a timely manner correlated with project deadlines. Must be able to work at a high level of automony with little or no supervision, with the ability to serve the public in a position where the Program Managers are frequently out of the office.
Extensive computer skills and word processing experiences are necessary.
Must be familiar with the creation and implementation of databases and on-line systems. Good verbal and written communication skills -- as well as the ability to work with a team -- are necessary for this position.
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