Grant Admin Coordinator


Grant Admin Coordinator.  Full Time, Non-Exempt, Hourly.

This position is responsible for coordinating the administration of grants from foundations, corporations, and governmental agencies on behalf of the Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC).  Working with ANHC leadership, this position will provide administrative support in the preparation, submission and tracking of grant proposals and prepare progress reports, including financial reports, to entities that have provided grants to ANHC.  Grants are prepared for both capital projects and operating programs of ANHC. Additionally, this position will maintain grant files and tracking logs. Working with the Development Director, this position will track grantors in the donor management system, and also ensures that acknowledgments are included in public announcements and publications.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Proposal:

Provides administrative support in the preparation of grant proposals or letters of intent to foundations, corporations, and government agencies on behalf of ANHC. 

Reporting:

  1. Maintain a detailed database to include all data collections and reporting matters. 
  2. Assist in the preparation and submission of required reporting for funding agencies to meet deadlines and ensure accuracy.

 

Administration and Compliance:

  1. Maintain Grant Files, both physical and digital ensuring files are complete and updated on a regular basis.
  2. Work with Finance in generating grant tracking codes and reporting.
  3. Develop knowledge in compliance guidelines pertaining to federal, state and local compliance.
  4. Familiar with CFR Part 200 - UNIFORM ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS, COST PRINCIPLES, AND AUDIT REQUIREMENTS FOR FEDERAL AWARDS.

ESSENTIAL SKILLS:

  1. Minimum two years grant administration experience
  2. Associates Degree in related field along with continuing education and experience in related field.
  3. Ability to perform complex tasks and to prioritize multiple projects
  4. Ability to prepare reports and proposals
  5. Advanced organizing and coordinating skills, records maintenance skills
  6. Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  7. Advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, Outlook, Internet-based research)
  8. Experience with software relating to fundraising and grant tracking
  9. Commitment to Alaska Native Heritage Center mission and vision
  10. Database management
  11. Familiarity with Alaska Native Cultures

Knowledge:

  1. Knowledge of federal, state, municipal, and private funding sources and mechanisms
  2. Knowledge to utilize standard Microsoft Office Suite applications and conduct Internet-based research

Skills:

  1. Advanced organizing and coordinating skills
  2. Information research skills
  3. Records maintenance skills

Abilities:

  1. Ability to prepare reports and proposals
  2. Ability to develop budgets and spreadsheets for budget preparation and analysis
  3. Ability to analyze budgetary line items for compliance with budget guidelines

Preference for individuals familiar with Alaska Native/Native American culture. We reserve the right to make hiring decisions preferential to Native Alaskans.

Anchorage, AK

4 day(s) ago

Closing Date 2020-09-22