- Manages the grant/contract proposal preparation process
- Facilitates internal content proposal preparation with staff in planning and completing proposals
- Submits complete proposals in a timely manner
- Reviews and processes agreements, both financial, with Bookkeeper and non-financial
- Interprets contract terms for internal staff responsible for the implementation
- Informs staff and bookkeeper of special grant contractual requirements both pre and
- Ensures compliance with guidelines, requirements, and regulations
- Assist with training personnel on grants and contracts implementation and compliance
- Work with the Executive Director and staff for internal content management
- Research funding opportunities
- Match the goals, objectives, and real or potential capacity of the organization based on the fiscal viability of the award range
- Manage the pre to post-award grants/contracts application process including reporting compliance
- Communicate grant activities and status to staff
- Manage and administer a grant management tracking system
- Ensure compliance with funder requirements as outlined in each grant and contractual agreement.
- Review proposed budgets and budget justifications along with the bookkeeper
- Work closely with the Bookkeeping to be aware that all grant and contract payments are accurately budgeted, expended, tracked, and claimed
- Collaborate with respective partners and staff to ensure the accurate collection and reporting for project/program goals, objectives, performance, and outcome requirements
Education / Experience
- Bachelor’s degree
- Three years of direct experience working with foundation grants and contracts
- 3 – 5 years of experience successfully managing grant/contract proposals
- Written and facilitated funded and multi-year grants and/or contracts managed
- General experience with non-profit accounting practices, including financial reporting and billing functions, understanding of grant-based accounting, fund accounting, and fiscal grants management of federal and non-federal funds preferred
Skills And Abilities
- Ability to prepare and review proposals with an understanding of the overall scope, implication, and goal of each
- Able to utilize grant management tracking system/software
- Work collaboratively and effectively with internal content/proposal preparation, staff, and others in facilitating the completion of grant reports and applications
- Able to communicate effectively as well as build and maintain rapport with people from diverse backgrounds and personalities
- Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision
- Take lead in assessing the completion of all grant tasks before submission
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