Grants Administration and Implementation Initiative
The following provides a general description of duties and a more specific description of requirements for the Grants and Policies Administrator. Please note that the summary of responsibilities and required abilities identified below are not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.
The Administrator will strengthen the Department’s capacity to apply for and obtain additional grant funding. The Administrator will support the GFDU to conduct grant analyses and proposal development and will streamline grant protocols for the Public Health Programs. This position will also collaborate with external community, governmental, and non-governmental partners.
Provide administrative and technical guidance to programs seeking grant funding;
Identify Department’s grant protocol needs and propose resolution;
Research and interpret grant’s regulations, guidelines, and rules;
Communicate policies and regulations on the grants application process;
Write clearly and concisely with the ability to vary writing styles to meet the needs of the funding agency;
Present data and information to a large audience in the Department.
Coordinate pre and post award activities to ensure timely submission and execution of the grant; and
Develop workable implementation plans and communicate effectively to prepare and support public health programs with their grant proposals and applications.
A Master’s Degree in Public Health, or other related field, from and accredited college or university;
At least one (1) year of experience in grant and contract administration including reasonable experience in proposal preparation for federal and other funding sources; and
At least one (1) year of experience working with developing and implementing policies.
Knowledge of grants and grants requirements;
Ability to write grant proposals to federal, State, local, foundations, and other grant-making organizations;
Ability to coordinate grant-related training with multiple programs in the Department;
Organizational skills in assembling and submitting grant requests, including letters, proposals, budgets, and presentations;
Ability to maintain good interpersonal relationships with contracts and programs office directors;
Strong verbal and written communication skills; and
Ability to work promptly and produce quality work in a timely manner while meeting all deadlines
Monthly Salary: $7,854.00
Fully Paid Medical/Dental Insurance
Contract through February 28, 2019
Qualified candidates should email their cover letter and resume to [email protected] or call the office at (626) 793-0020