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Grant Program Analyst in Orlando, FL at Vaco

Date Posted: 3/13/2019

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    Orlando, FL
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    At least 1 year(s)
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Job Description

Grant Program Analysts, let Vaco advocate for you and you'll have an advantage over your competition! Our recruiters have direct relationships with hiring managers, so they can connect your work experience to the open job. Our client has an immediate opportunity for an Grant Program Analyst. Instead of being another faceless resume, let Vaco promote your strengths to the hiring manager while preparing you for that specific interview.

Our recruiters will provide you with great insight about trends in the market-keeping you up to date on compensation expectations, company culture and growth opportunities. If you're an experienced Grant Program Analyst and you want to partner with the best, apply today!

As an Grant Program Analyst, you will analyze financial information and prepare financial reports to determine or maintain record of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liability, or other financial activities for our client.

Grant Program Analyst responsibilities:

Essential Functions:
  • Performs financial analyses for grant activities, including obligations, expenditures, unliquidated balances, purchase orders issued, P-card charges, FTA/FDOT/grantor funds drawn and disbursement variances.
  • Assists in the preparation of competitive grant applications; performs statistical analysis for development of project scopes; performs analytical studies of budget patterns to formulate budget and expenditure projections.
  • Develops and manages 5310 sub-recipient agreements, including conducting assessments and site visits, collecting and analyzing data, and documenting results. Oversees sub-recipient compliance requirements as determined by FTA. Prepares required reports for submission to FTA.
  • Develops, maintains, and updates 5310 post-award policies and procedures; reviews solicitation and pre-award documentation to ensure grant compliance.
  • Develops and maintains 5310 reporting, performance metrics and sub-recipient dashboards for 5310 human service agencies.
  • Manages the One Page Project Report (OPPR) process; ensures project management reports are consistent with the financials; prepares grants and project status reports on all grant funded projects and disseminates to project managers. Coordinates and works with project managers providing tools to ensure accuracy of invoices and progress reports.
  • Develops, updates, and maintains 5310 post-award policies and procedures. Reviews solicitation and pre-award documentation to ensure compliance with program requirements.
  • Plans, develops, and implements post-award project compliance and controls covering technical, fiscal, and administrative requirements for grant-funded projects. Interprets grant and contract rules, regulations, policies and procedures to determine allowable grant expenditures.
  • Reviews post-award requirements with project managers through closeout oversight of grants and project management. Provides guidance to project managers to comply with grants and project requirements and reporting.
  • Identifies and assists in resolving issues affecting projects from concept development through closeout. Performs analytical studies of project budgets to establish grant-funded budget projections of expenditures and close-out.
  • Assists with formal and informal presentations and reports.
  • Performs other duties as may be required or assigned.
Required Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution in business administration, public administration, accounting, finance, or a closely related field; experience in grants compliance, budgeting, grants management.
  • Two years of experience in public transportation handling service plan monitoring, sub-recipient agreements, or human services transportation coordination and monitoring, or a combination of related experience, education, and training.