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Experience Experience
03/2015 present
Los Angeles, CA
Senior Grants Manager
Los Angeles, CA
Senior Grants Manager
03/2015 present
Los Angeles, CA
Senior Grants Manager
03/2015 present
  • Supervise the work of and mentor a junior grants manager
  • Manages a team of grants professionals to ensure high quality service related to large scale proposal development, submission and research award administration
  • Manages OSR SPA Multi Project and Collaborative Agreements Program
  • Interfaces with senior management to champion collaboration in order to expedite and facilitate internal processing of proposals
  • Perform database queries and update database entries
  • Help plan meetings and workshops
  • Produce and disseminate grant award documents
02/2011 09/2014
Los Angeles, CA
Grants Manager, Optimus Foundation
Los Angeles, CA
Grants Manager, Optimus Foundation
02/2011 09/2014
Los Angeles, CA
Grants Manager, Optimus Foundation
02/2011 09/2014
  • Report on financial status of programs under management (track budget development of new grants; produce workload and outlook analyses, etc.),
  • Manage overall grants management system (including data entry, data management and data quality controls) Transition grants into new IT system
  • Plan, organize and manage grants processes. Streamline internal procedures and introduce operational change in the grantmaking team
  • Oversee grants administration (manage requests, review proposals, reporting and evaluation timing, write acceptance and declination letters, etc.)
  • Assist in creating team presentations and program fact sheets
  • Coordinate special projects and grants communication for clients and others (coordinate fact sheets, , calls for proposals, etc)
  • Set up the Foundation Board Meeting preparation process related to grantmaking (schedule activities, prepare GM materials, ensure high quality of data, etc)
04/2007 01/2011
Phoenix, AZ
Grants Manager
Phoenix, AZ
Grants Manager
04/2007 01/2011
Phoenix, AZ
Grants Manager
04/2007 01/2011
  • Assisting faculty in preparing and assembling grants proposals/contracts in compliance with sponsor, University, and federal guidelines and deadlines
  • Interacting with other departments and agencies to facilitate the development, submission, and administration of grant proposals
  • The Grants Manager will review and prepare financial reports involving expense reimbursement for faculty, graduate students and staff, departmental credit card transactions/ expenditures, sponsored research cost transfers requiring sponsored research approval, and extraordinary expenses that exceed transaction authority limits. Work with Financial Assistant to reconcile credit card activity
  • He/she will review and prepare financial reports involving expense reimbursement for faculty, graduate students and staff, departmental credit card transactions/ expenditures, sponsored research cost transfers requiring sponsored research approval, and extraordinary expenses that exceed transaction authority limits. Work with Financial Assistant to reconcile credit card activity
  • Providing writing support for major donor and individual contribution letters and acknowledgments
  • The Grants Manager portion of the job includes responsibility for the administration of the Block Museum’s foundation, government, and corporate grants. Tasks include identifying funding sources; working with Museum staff to compile information for proposals; sending proposals to funding agencies; shepherding grants through Northwestern University clearance units; and preparing final reports to granting agencies. Specific tasks include
  • Provide PI information on obtaining forms for submitting: New Animal or IRB protocol requests (NOI), Annual Surveillance Forms, Salary only approvals, etc
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Georgia State University
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Skills Skills
  • Computer literate (Excellent knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint applications)
  • MS Office proficiency (including Word, Excel & Access), Adobe Professional
  • Ability to work well under pressure and the ability to seek and synthesize information and communicate in a compelling and succinct form
  • A solid understanding of budgets, as they relate to proposal and grant procurement
  • Strong interpersonal and diplomacy skills
  • Coordinate site visits for program officers and make appointments for the Director and the Director of Institutional Advancement with foundation leadership, as necessary
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of work records
  • Ability to learn other computer software programs, and enter and maintain accurate data/information
  • Ability to accept change and be flexible; focusing on action and outcomes
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Grants Manager, Optimus Foundation Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversee grants administration (manage requests, review proposals, reporting and evaluation timing, write acceptance and declination letters, etc.)
  • Plan, organize and manage grants processes. Streamline internal procedures and introduce operational change in the grantmaking team
  • Manage overall grants management system (including data entry, data management and data quality controls) Transition grants into new IT system
  • Report on financial status of programs under management (track budget development of new grants; produce workload and outlook analyses, etc.),
  • Coordinate special projects and grants communication for clients and others (coordinate fact sheets, , calls for proposals, etc)
  • Set up the Foundation Board Meeting preparation process related to grantmaking (schedule activities, prepare GM materials, ensure high quality of data, etc)
  • Conduct research on grant areas as needed
  • Assist with specific clients' needs related to tailored and targeted donations
  • Assist in creating team presentations and program fact sheets
  • Provide administrative support where needed, including briefings on potential grantees, presentations, co-ordination of GM team meetings (agendas & minutes), management of share-drive and Optimus hotline
  • Experience working with UBS, and understanding of corporate systems
  • At least 5 years of professional experience
  • Strong written and oral communication skills in English and ideally a second language (German or French is preferred)
  • Passion to work in non profit sector
  • Detail oriented and analytical
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Grants Manager, Employee Giving Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for overall development and administration of Disney employee philanthropic efforts globally in collaboration with the International Giving and Operations Managers. Develop business analysis on expanding employee programs internationally and liaise with Human Resources and Communications on leveraging the programs as appropriate
  • Operate the Disney Scholars program, including refresh of the program to keep up with current trends and needs
  • Maintain and continually evaluate opportunities to refresh the Matching Gifts program Stay abreast of trends among our peer companies, identify more user friendly interfaces and oversee/enhance the vetting process for nominated charities
  • Support the Strategic Philanthropy team on special projects and presentations
  • Minimum 5 years of relevant work experience
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint & Word
  • Process & project management skills
  • Business savvy
  • Ability to communicate in an articulate manner, exude enthusiasm, commitment and positivity for the work
  • Familiarity with Cyber Grants (or similar platform) preferred
  • Experience with Employee programs at Fortune 500 company preferred
  • BA in Business, Philanthropy, Human Resources, Communications, Public Affairs, Public Relations or International Studies
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prepare financial Reports (SF-425) for all USAID grants
  • Compliance and regulations (22 CFR 226 and all relevant OMB Circulars)
  • Prepare grant-related schedules
  • Assist in the annual A-133 audit
  • Monitor and update the budget for all grants
  • Prepare performance reports for donor agencies
  • Bachelor’s degree with 3+ years experience with grant management
  • USAID experience highly preferred
  • Attention to detail and organizational skills
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop a deep understanding of institutional history, programs and priorities
  • Conduct the full range of activities required to conceptualize, write, submit, and manage grant proposals
  • Maintain calendar to ensure timely submission of letters of inquiry, proposal, and reports
  • Liaise with finance, curatorial, visitor services, etc. to collect relevant financial, program, attendance, and audience detail to create budgets and compelling collateral
  • Comply with all grant reporting requirements
  • Provide stewardship to current supporters by providing regular updates and giving key stakeholders opportunities to engage with leadership
  • Research prospects for new grant support
  • Coordinate site visits for program officers and make appointments for the Director and the Director of Institutional Advancement with foundation leadership, as necessary
  • Maintain current records in database and in paper files, including grant tracking and reporting
  • Providing writing support for major donor and individual contribution letters and acknowledgments
  • 3 -5 years of relevant experience
  • Four year degree in a relevant field
  • Ability to work well under pressure and the ability to seek and synthesize information and communicate in a compelling and succinct form
  • A solid understanding of budgets, as they relate to proposal and grant procurement
  • A strong understanding of the development process and nature of foundation philanthropy
  • Familiarity with Arts and Culture funders is preferred
  • Requires proficiency with the Internet and computer software, specifically Microsoft Office. Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge a plus
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Arts Management or Development Degree or 3 years equivalent professional experience
  • Exceptional writing and research skills
  • High-capacity organizational skills
  • Working knowledge of government arts funding processes including New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, National Endowment for the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts
  • Experience writing successful foundation and corporate grants
  • Experience establishing and maintaining relationships with private and public funders
  • Diligent time management skills and demonstrated ability to set and meet deadlines
  • Familiarity with Queens and New York City cultural sectors
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintains the fund administration system including
  • Provides timely and accurate reports on budget/spend, impact analysis and other pre-determined reporting requirements
  • Serves as the resident expert on grant/contribution compliance and alignment with company policies ensuring compliance with IRS regulations and requirements
  • Oversees internal and external Corporate Giving audits and other compliance-related assessments
  • Complies and responds to all internal and external inquires on company giving, including industry surveys
  • Provides on-going training to program staff as it relates to fund administration and organizational policies
  • Bachelors Degree with a minimum of 3-5 years experience in a grants management related role with demonstrated ability to manage, motivate and inspire staff
  • Strong leadership skills; ability to work effectively as a team leader and collaboratively in matrix reporting structures
  • Excellent attention to detail; strong project management skills and ability to meet deadlines
  • Strong analytical skills, particularly with financial data and budgets
  • Experience using sophisticated grants management software is required. High level proficiency of MicroEdge GIFTS & IGAM a plus
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and manage a robust pipeline of government and sponsored project grant opportunities matched with the Y of Metro Chicago’s cause-driven and strategic priorities
  • Manage tracking systems for government grant application deadlines, proposals, reports, and materials in order to meet all association-wide deadlines and reporting requirements
  • Serve as Mission Advancement manager of internal routing and approval process for all grant contracts (government, corporate, foundation, individual)
  • Write and edit grant proposals, cover-letters, follow up correspondences, interim reports and final reports
  • Communicate regularly with Grants and Contracts team (Finance) program staff, and other internal constituents, to ensure projects/programs are capable of meeting proposal conditions and expectations
  • Maintain data and tracking systems in Raiser’s Edge for grant application deadlines, proposals, reports, and materials in order to meet all association-wide deadlines and reporting requirements
  • Stay up-to-date on philanthropic trends and the most recent government giving; perform research to identify and qualify new government funding opportunities for the Y of Metro Chicago’s priority programs
  • Prepare background materials for appropriate staff for donor and prospect meetings
  • Assist with other Mission Advancement projects as needed
  • Support the YMCA’s commitment to child abuse prevention by
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Must be organized and be able to handle multiple tasks
  • Must have excellent project management skills
  • Must be able to work in a fast paced environment
  • Must have prior federal/state & local government experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Business, or related field is required
  • Experience using the Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, etc.)
  • Experience with Stafford Act, OMB Circular compliance, Public Assistance Grants, and/or FEMA a plus
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with 2 or more years of relevant work experience is required
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Exercise good judgment, diplomacy, and patience. Possess interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy
  • Use a computer proficiently for word processing, databases, spreadsheets and online research
  • Experience with preparing and managing budgets
  • Experience with preparing grant proposals
  • Experience with analyzing, evaluating and recommending solutions to faculty on grant-related matters
  • Knowledge of federal funding administration (OMB Circular A21, OMB Circular A110)
  • Knowledge of electronic proposal submission via agency websites (e.g. NSF Fastlane, Grants.gov, DARPA TFIMS)
  • Oracle and/or Caltech experience is strongly preferred. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision is desired
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Performs a variety of administrative and analytical tasks in support of a contract program
  • Develops plans, including budgets and schedules, and monitors tasks to meet contractual/project requirements for assigned program
  • Participates in establishing and defining program plan requirements
  • Monitors and reports performance against plans to ensure that contractual, cost, and schedule objectives are met
  • Interacts regularly with customers and other industry representatives to ensure conformance to customer requirements
  • 2-5 years of related finance or business analysis experience
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Skill Capital Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Research, review and analyze career education information to inform Skills Capital grant criteria and ensure that criteria support and incentivize intended outcomes
  • Formulate implementation timelines and planning so that Skills Grant funding is fully utilized, and the timing of grant applications, awards, and spending requirements are workable for all involved
  • Formulate grant criteria and present options and supporting information to Assistant Secretary and Workforce Skills Cabinet for decision-making
  • Draft the Skills Capital Grant Request for Proposal (RFP) aligned with WSC’s mission and policy (including the grant application text, criteria, and scoring rubric)
  • Plan, manage and document receipt of grant applications, a cross-agency review process, and scoring and award recommendations
  • Support the public announcement of grant awards and related events
  • Provide periodic updates on the grant program and respond to ad hoc requests
  • Work with awardees and EOE Fiscal staff to monitor grants expenditure
  • Work collaboratively with Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development and Executive Office of Workforce Development on all Skills Capital Grant related discussions and reports
  • Communicate with existing grantees and grant applicants during the grant posting, award and post-award activities
  • Implement tracking, reporting, and evaluation process on all awarded grantees
  • Conduct Skills Capital Grant focus groups and surveys; oversee grant implementation at grantee’s side
  • Represent Assistant Secretary as needed on Skills Capital Grant committees and workgroups
  • Develop positive working relationships with staff in the WSC agencies and EOE Fiscal Service staff
  • Ability to analyze, synthesize, and communicate complex information to a wide range of audiences through documents produced in Microsoft Office Word, Excel or PowerPoint
  • Ability to design and implement budget-related processes and procedures
  • Knowledge of career education and Chapter 74
  • Experience in grant making and evaluation processes
  • Knowledge of state procumbent policies and procedures
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines
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Senior Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Graduate-level degree
  • Four years of research or grants management experience; grants management certification a plus
  • Proficiency in all MS Office programs
  • Innate customer service mentality and a passion for helping others
  • Registered nurse or relevant military healthcare experience is a bonus
  • Please include a cover letter with resume
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Development of the grants management program with the input and oversight of the Chief of Party, Deputy Chief of Party, and the RTI Office of Contracts
  • Oversees grants management process & subcontracts for local organizations, including grant proposal tracking, review, and approval process
  • Maintains financial management files for grants and ensures audit trail for all necessary grant documentation
  • Implement process for screening grants to avoid generation of conflict between communities
  • Ensures timely financial disbursements, compliance with grants financial management policies, monitors all grant expenses, and provides regular updates on grant status
  • Provides technical assistance as required to build capacity of local partners & grantees
  • Reviews technical and financial proposals from local NGOs/CBOs, including negotiating annual budgets, and reviews grantee financial expenditure reports for accuracy and adherence to the SOW and budget
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance, CPA or equivalent designation with senior level financial experience. Advance degree at the Masters level will be considered a plus
  • At least 10 years of relevant work experience in finance and grants management
  • Experience in international non-profit, preferably in DRC
  • Strong government accounting experience as well as experience with USAID, DfID or other donor agency regulations highly preferred
  • Fluent in French and English; Swahili preferred
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administer research expenditures and manage pre- and post-award grant administration. Prepare proposal submissions using the COEUS grants management system, including preparation of research budgets and proposal package, ensuring all University and sponsor guidelines and deadlines are met with accurate and complete materials. Monitor all research expenditures, reviewing to assure documentation is appropriate and in compliance with sponsor regulations and University policy, and its related reporting requirements, ensuring all technical reports are submitted in a timely and accurate manner
  • Upon awarding, the Grants Manager will work with the Manager, Finance and Administration and the Principal Investigator(s) on each grant to advise them on a monthly basis of charges made against each grant, account balances, pending deadlines and any other grant-related issues. These duties will include
  • Overseeing sponsor reporting requirements and ensure all reports are submitted on time
  • Preparation of revised budgets and budget justifications for modified grant awards or to request funds for equipment and/or foreign travel
  • Prepare OPAR's (Prior Approval Requests) as needed
  • Ensure timely submission of salary and wage certifications
  • Prepare requests for no-cost extensions as needed
  • Review and verify final reports from ORPA to close out projects
  • Communicate University and sponsored research policies and regulations, ensuring departmental compliance to applicable laws, policies and procedures
  • Attend all relevant training classes, staying current in policies, procedures and process that pertain to sponsored research
  • The Grants Manager will review and prepare financial reports involving expense reimbursement for faculty, graduate students and staff, departmental credit card transactions/ expenditures, sponsored research cost transfers requiring sponsored research approval, and extraordinary expenses that exceed transaction authority limits. Work with Financial Assistant to reconcile credit card activity
  • Manage labor accounting functions. They will also maintain and review salary certifications for all grants for accuracy. They will verify all certifications are submitted timely and are correct
  • Assist the Manager, Finance and Administration on other job related projects and duties as identified
  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business or related field and
  • 3 - 5 years of relevant work experience. (Extensive work experience may be substituted for educational requirement.)
  • Direct experience in the proposal and administration of sponsored research projects
  • Ability to work independently and simultaneously on multiple projects, meet deadlines and maintain a high level of accuracy in a fast-paced teamwork environment
  • Ability to set priorities, meet deadlines and maintain a high level of accuracy
  • Confidentiality is essential
  • Flexibility to accommodate and adjust to changes in workload
  • Skilled in financial analysis, accounting procedures and budget reconciliations
  • Maturity and poise
  • The final candidate will be required to complete a background check successfully
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Annual Campaign & Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • Three+ years development experience with an emphasis on annual giving campaigns and special events
  • Demonstrated ability to personally solicit major gifts
  • Familiarity with the principles of philanthropy, volunteerism, annual campaign organization and marketing, including annual giving, direct mail, online solicitation, special events, foundations and grants, and planned gifts
  • Experience in working closely with volunteers and in staffing volunteer committees/events
  • Excellent writing, organizational and verbal communications skills
  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, volunteers, senior leaders, and the general public
  • Understanding of and enthusiasm for the mission of the YMCA
  • Technical ability to fully utilize and run reports on fundraising support software (Daxko preferred)
  • A confident and poised professional demeanor with demonstrated ability to build relationships within the Board, organization, and the community
  • Availability on evenings and weekends
  • In collaboration with the Executive Directors, the Annual Campaign Manager directs and manages the Association-wide Annual Campaign with emphasis on campaign preparation, trainings, donor cultivation and stewardship, retention, supporting direct asks, communication and marketing materials
  • Recruits volunteer leadership for the overall annual campaign and develops an effective, comprehensive annual campaign program. Works closely with executive leadership and Board members
  • Provides Board stewardship and cultivates higher annual Board donations
  • Develops and maintains a portfolio of prospective major donors
  • Cultivates support among community stakeholders for the purpose of developing partners and ensuring donor retention
  • Convenes, facilitates and staffs the Annual Campaign Steering Committee
  • Oversees the data management of annual gifts and conducts regular analysis and reporting of annual campaign progress through Daxko donor management system
  • Solicits or assists in solicitation of major gifts
  • Achieve the campaign’s overall objectives for funds raised
  • Establishes processes for timely and appropriate acknowledgements of annual campaign gifts
  • Provides leadership to Staff Campaign, including volunteer recruitment, best practices, events, and training
  • Oversees prospect/donor correspondence
  • Oversees sponsorship banners tracking for major gifts from the business community to the Annual Campaign
  • Prepares, organizes and manages the development of all Annual Campaign assets including printed materials, videos, reports and the staging of meetings as required
  • In collaboration with committee members and other staff, plans and manages all Annual Campaign fundraising events: Kick-off, Swim-athon, Spinning events, Campaign end celebration, etc
  • Provides leadership to various volunteer groups supporting the Y’s mission
  • Staffs, manages, and attends special events, projects and committees, including 5K, LOL and other fundraising/branch/Association events
  • Manages annual digital and web-based campaigns and special projects
  • Prepares and coordinate proposals for grants from government sources and private
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage proposal development, budget development and related pre-award issues for a diverse sponsor portfolio
  • Assist with proposal submission (electronic and paper submissions) and follow-ups as needed
  • Apply knowledge of Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Uniform Guidance
  • Manage post-award processes including monitoring and review of all charges to sponsored projects, the reconciliation of accounts, and production of monthly financial reports for Principal Investigators, including fund projections
  • Monitor and enforce compliance with sponsor guidelines
  • Routinely meet with Principal Investigators to discuss and advise them on financial and HR issues related to their research budget (pre-and post-award) and to secure their approval (signature) of reports
  • As part of primary grant responsibilities, perform transaction work (payroll, graduate funding, etc.) as it relates to grant management. When not in conflict with primary grant responsibilities, it is expected that this position will be available to assist with non-grant related transaction work (payroll, graduate funding, reimbursements, etc.) within the business office
  • Work collaboratively with and provide training to Grants Coordinator
  • Bachelor’s degree and 3 to 5 years pre- and post- award experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience, is required
  • Experience with NIH, NSF and other federal granting agencies is required
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Adobe applications, Business Objects
  • Excellent critical thinking, analytical, verbal and written communication is required
  • Ability to apply solid organizational and time management to a deadline driven, multiple priority work environment is required
  • The ability to be comfortable working in a frequently changing environment, and to function as part of a team
  • Familiarity with UPENN sponsored research policies and related financial systems is a plus
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Upon awarding, the Grants Manager will work with the Manager, Finance and Administration and the Principal Investigator(s) on each grant to advise them on a monthly basis of charges made against each grant, account balances, pending deadlines and any other grant-related issues. Theses duties will include: - Overseeing sponsor reporting requirements and ensure all reports are submitted on time. - Preparation of revised budgets and budget justifications for modified grant awards or to request funds for equipment and/or foreign travel. - prepare OPAR’s (Prior Approval Requests) as needed - ensure timely submission of salary and wage certifications - prepare requests for no-cost extensions as needed - review and verify final reports from ORPA to close out projects - communicate University and sponsored research policies and regulations, ensuring departmental compliance to applicable laws, policies and procedures - attend all relevant training classes, staying current in policies, procedures and process that pertain to sponsored research For grants with subawards/subcontracts: - Submit subaward initiation form to ORPA, including subaward commitment form, statement of work and budget - Review invoices for subaward payments
  • The Grants Manager will be responsible for preparing monthly and periodic financial reports tailored to departmental needs as guided by the Manager of Finance and Administration. He/she will manage day-to-day financial functions including reconciliation of financial transactions on departmental accounts; approve purchases including review of justifications and to ensure compliance with requisite documentation. Handle day-to-day financial functions including the reconciliation of financial transactions on departmental accounts. Approve purchases, including the review of justifications and ensuring compliance with requisite documentation
  • He/she will review and prepare financial reports involving expense reimbursement for faculty, graduate students and staff, departmental credit card transactions/ expenditures, sponsored research cost transfers requiring sponsored research approval, and extraordinary expenses that exceed transaction authority limits. Work with Financial Assistant to reconcile credit card activity
  • Manage labor accounting functions. He/she will also maintain and review salary certifications for all grants for accuracy. He/she will verify all certifications are submitted timely and are correct
  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business or related field and - 3 - 5 years of relevant work experience. (Extensive work experience may be substituted for educational requirement.) - Direct experience in the proposal and administration of sponsored research projects. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills - Ability to work independently and simultaneously on multiple projects, meet deadlines and maintain a high level of accuracy in a fast-paced teamwork environment. - Ability to set priorities, meet deadlines and maintain a high level of accuracy. - Confidentiality is essential - Flexibility to accommodate and adjust to changes in workload - Skilled in financial analysis, accounting procedures and budget reconciliations - Maturity and poise
  • Experience managing and administration of sponsored research and grant proposals - Knowledge of COEUS and grant administration; - Knowledge of NSF, NOAA, other Federal agencies and Grants.gov guidelines. - Knowledge of OMB regulations and federal compliances regulations. - Prior work experience in higher education - Experience with University financial systems
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Review of application requirements and grant proposal preparation, including budgeting and coordination with partnering institutions
  • Budget reconciliations, projections, and updates for both sponsored and non-sponsored funds
  • Financial reporting to the sponsor in coordination with Harvard’s sponsored programs office
  • Coordination of timely effort reporting
  • Submission of timely payroll changes for project personnel
  • Reviewing and limited approving of accounts payable
  • Monitoring both SPH and subcontractor expenses to ensure appropriate expense allocation to sponsored awards
  • 5+ years of related experience required, with 2+ of those years of experience in finance, grants management, or experience working in an academic environment. Education beyond high school may count towards experience
  • Bachelor's degree and/or certification in research administration, business, financial management and/or accounting preferred
  • Experience working in Academia preferred
  • Strong skills in MS Excel or similar financial spreadsheet software
  • Familiarity with federal circulars, Uniform Guidance, FAR, NIH and NSF policies, procedures, grants.gov, NIH commons
  • Financial/accounting backgroung and familiarity with Harvard financial systems, applications and policies preferred
  • Experience with research faculty preferred; experience with an international non-profit organization or university a plus
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge and understanding of research compliance issues and key federal grant regulations
  • Excellent communication and professional leadership skills, strong interpersonal skills, and ability to work effectively with a diverse range of constituencies
  • Attention to detail and ability to exercise diplomacy and discretion are essential
  • Excellent Excel skills and ability to learn variety of data management software
  • Capacity for managing multiple projects under deadlines
  • Must be pro-active and follow through while working independently
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Usaid Senior Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • University degree (Bac+4 level) in organizations/projects management or financial management or related field
  • 5 years of proven experience in the management of donor-funded grants
  • Good knowledge of USAID grants management procedures
  • Excellent communication and writing skills in English and working knowledge of Kinyarwanda
  • Mastery of basic office software (Internet, Outlook, Excel, MS Word, etc) and ability to develop and implement various grants management tools
  • Able to work without supervision and take initiative while maintaining a collaborative approach
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Grants Manager, Somalia Geel Resume Examples & Samples

  • Must have 3-5 years’ experience in USAID grants design and administration, management and oversight
  • Familiarity with USAID Contract Management and Grants Management policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated the ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing; and
  • At least five years of progressively responsible work experience the area of grants management
  • Extensive experience working with issues of gender equality and female empowerment
  • Previous experience in Somalia
  • Somali language skills; and
  • Prior work experience in the Sub-Saharan Africa
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assisting faculty in preparing and assembling grants proposals/contracts in compliance with sponsor, University, and federal guidelines and deadlines
  • Interacting with other departments and agencies to facilitate the development, submission, and administration of grant proposals
  • Independently managing budget responsibilities for grants
  • Monitoring terms and agreements of grant awards for compliance
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • 5+ years of related experience required, with 2+ of those years of experience in finance, grants management, or experience working in an academic environment. Education beyond high school may count towards experience.     
  • Excellent computer skills, including proficiency with MS Office applications and web-based applications Expertise with Excel
  • BA/BS in relevant field preferred
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment with multiple priorities
  • Attention to detail, as well as to the "big picture"
  • Solid working knowledge of office processes and related computer software and electronic communications tools
  • Harvard and/or LMA experience preferred
  • Experience with MS Office applications, web-based applications and Excel
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage the department’s two grant writers, assign tasks and edit documents produced
  • Oversee all steps of the grant proposal process including About Us documents, letters of inquiry, formal grant proposals, grant reports and other development material
  • Work with Small Business Majority CEO, directors and others to create grant proposals
  • Ensure department meets deadlines for grant submissions, grant renewals and grant reports. This includes ensuring the grant-tracking database and reporting notification systems are up to date and accurate
  • Help in the development prospecting process including leading weekly development calls, helping find new prospects and working with appropriate staff to ensure prospect-tracking system is current
  • Write letters of inquiry, formal proposals, reports and other materials as needed
  • Assist the CEO and other directors in other areas of development work as required
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Works in conjunction with Administrative Officer on new, competing or revised grant applications in preparing initial and extended budgets, including Indirect cost calculation
  • Reviews budget details with PI, including: personnel, effort allocated and overall expenses, ensuring consistency with Office of Contract & Grant Accounting criteria
  • Prepares progress reports to the PI detailing personnel, effort allocation and overall expenses
  • Serves as a resource for the department
  • Forwards potential funding opportunities to PIs/staff whether specific to a PIs research or general for all PIs
  • Keeps abreast of new/updated agency policies, procedures, deadlines and timeframes of new initiatives by working closely with Administrative Officer
  • Attends all training offered by the Office of Sponsored Research as well as reading online/published materials (NIH and NSF online updates, COEUS updates, etc)
  • Keeps Administrative Officer and PIs informed of any material changes
  • Strong organizational & analytical skills
  • Excellent interpersonal written & oral communications skills
  • Ability to plan, develop, and coordinate multiple projects
  • Demonstrated ability to work both as a member of a team & independently
  • Demonstrated ability to work under the pressure of hard deadlines & competing priorities
  • Experience working in a higher education/academic setting highly preferred
  • MS Office proficiency (including Word, Excel & Access), Adobe Professional
  • Experience with sponsor-specific electronic grants management systems (i.e., grants.gov, NIH eRA Commons, NSF Fastlane) in addition to Vanderbilt-specific ERA systems
  • Proficient user of Vanderbilt systems including, but not limited to COEUS, REDCap & PEER systems
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Works in conjunction with AO/financial manager on new, competing or revised grant applications in preparing initial and extended budgets, including Indirect cost calculation
  • Reviews budget details with PI, including: personnel, effort allocated and overall expenses, ensuring consistency with DOF criteria
  • Prepares and submit 1275 budgets to AO/financial manager and the Department of Finance
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensure quality and timely submission of all narrative and financial reports, including sending timelines, compiling reports, ensuring financial and narrative reports adhere to donor requirements and are accurate, and are produced in time for GC and HQ review ahead of donor submission
  • Support, and where necessary, lead coordination, organization and follow-up of Grants Opening, Review and Closing Meetings in the field in a timely manner, as well as adherence of grants management systems
  • Support program staff to prepare budgets
  • Review Budget Versus Actual expenditure reports include a brief commentary on matters arising as identified from the report and send to GC, particularly where any issues require immediate action
  • Ensure that all donor related information is disseminated to program, finance and logistics staff to enable them abide by donor rules and regulations; and,
  • Serve as focal point for grants related issues in the field
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of grant processes including accounting and financial reporting
  • Ability to interpret complex grant funding requirements, submissions, and budget projections
  • Ability to interpret federal, state, and local government laws and regulations regarding grant administration
  • Ability to review the work of others to ensure conformance to standards
  • Able to communicate effectively across a broad spectrum of staff, both orally and in writing required
  • Deep functional experience in grant writing and grants management
  • Computer literate (Excellent knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint applications)
  • Ability to learn other computer software programs, and enter and maintain accurate data/information
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of work records
  • Flexible and resilient
  • Strong interpersonal and diplomacy skills
  • Demonstrative abilities in collaborative team building and consensus
  • Exceptional analytical and critical thinking skills
  • Significant business and stakeholder relationship building experience
  • Broad fundamental understanding of the restaurant industry/business environment
  • Responsiveness to change and leads as a change agent
  • Significant communication skills in written and verbal formats; showcases clear and concise manner
  • Ability to persuasively communicate complex concepts and programs at the highest levels of government and business
  • Ability to work as part of a team and to work independently; a self-initiator, versatile and assumes risk with responsibility
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Write and submit grants and proposals, working closely with Advocates’ teams to represent the organization’s work
  • Develop proposals, concept papers, letters of intent, and other correspondences that align development prospects with organizational needs and priorities
  • In partnership with Finance, support budgeting for grant proposals and fiscal reporting
  • Cultivate and foster effective relationships with current funders and new foundation prospects, in particular, by maintain ongoing contact and effective working relationships with foundation program officers
  • Collaborate with staff to maximize potential of current and prospective funders
  • Prepare briefing memos and other informational materials that aid in Advocates’ management team’s donor engagement
  • Conduct and update prospect research to support organizational goals
  • Maintain calendar of deadlines and engagement for proposals, grants, and cultivation opportunities
  • Other tasks, as assigned
  • A Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of three to five years of experience foundation relations or fundraising/development with demonstrated experience in grant writing, editing, and management
  • Demonstrated ability to research and grasp complex organizational policy and programmatic priorities and develop sophisticated and organized analysis and proposals
  • Exceptional written and oral communications skills; excellent attention to detail
  • Demonstrated organizational skills; ability to manage multiple projects and move quickly from one to another while maintaining thorough records. Ability to be flexible and balance competing priorities
  • Ability to contribute to a positive team environment; excellent interpersonal skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office required; knowledge of Salesforce database a plus
  • Commitment to Advocates’ mission and goals is required
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage all aspects of the grants program, including identification, research, cultivation, and solicitation of granting institutions through meetings and written proposals
  • Develop a detailed annual plan of revenues and expenditures for the institutional goal areas that links to overall fundraising goals
  • Work with the Finance Director and others as needed to develop meaningful project budgets for grant submissions
  • Using the organization’s database, manage and track the grants cycle and solicitation calendar, the implementation of all grant contracts, and the success of all foundation and government fundraising campaigns
  • Manage all post-award grants management and stewardship, working with departments across the organization to complete all grant obligations, program and events development, public recognition for funders, and the timely acknowledgment of and reporting on grants
  • Work collaboratively with other Development staff on the identification of new corporate philanthropic prospects; assist in developing proposals and fulfilling reporting requirements of existing corporate donors
  • Assist individual giving officers in the preparation of reports for donor advised funds and family foundations
  • Direct, track and report on a program of regular phone contact, meetings, and site visits to keep the Board and staff connected to institutional funders
  • Develop and maintain up-to-date promotional materials for all institutional giving programs including organizational overview materials, brochures, web copy, and other pieces
  • Conduct reconciliation meetings as needed to ensure the accurate booking and projection of institutional gifts for current and future fiscal years
  • Represent SFJAZZ in the concert halls and in the community
  • Three to five years of development experience, with proven success in foundations and government fundraising and relations
  • Ability to conceive, plan, and execute an institutional giving program
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, incl. previous grant writing experience
  • Excellent organizational skills and high attention to detail
  • Experience with working on computers and with computer programs Word, Excel, Google applications and databases; Tessitura experience highly desired
  • Entrepreneurial and creative approach to fundraising
  • Prior experience working in a performing arts organization highly desirable
  • Knowledge and interest in jazz and related music is a plus
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • The Grants Manager portion of the job includes responsibility for the administration of the Block Museum’s foundation, government, and corporate grants. Tasks include identifying funding sources; working with Museum staff to compile information for proposals; sending proposals to funding agencies; shepherding grants through Northwestern University clearance units; and preparing final reports to granting agencies. Specific tasks include
  • Identify funding sources for ongoing and one-time Museum projects
  • Compiles and coordinates information from curators, the director, the business manager, the education director, and other staff members for the purpose of composing grants in support of the Museum’s activities and conduct additional research on exhibitions and educational programs for grant writing purposes including facilitating/helping to shape discussions between museum staff to clarify and articulate programming objectives and plans
  • Develops and write grant proposals to foundations and other grant-making organizations, persuasively communicating the organization’s mission and programs to potential funders
  • Shepherd grants proposals through Northwestern University clearance channels, such as the Offices for Sponsored Research, Foundation Relations, and Corporate Relations. Prepare final versions of grant proposals and process them through mailing
  • Provides financial oversight of funded grants. To this end, work with the Block’s Business Manager and Northwestern Office of Accounting Services for Research and Sponsored Programs (ASRSP) to monitor spending, ensure costs are allowable, and issue a closeout financial report
  • Attends weekly Museum all-staff meetings to keep abreast of the Museum’s primary activities and to update the staff on the Grant Managers work
  • Contacts or visit granting agency heads, sometimes in the company of the director, to determine common interests and funding opportunities
  • Responsible for cultivation of funding agencies: issue thank you letters when funded, enter agency/foundation information into Northwestern’s AIMS system, make sure sponsor is added to the Block Museum mailing list, etc
  • Coordinates with Museum’s Communications Manager and other staff so that proper acknowledgement is given to funders
  • Writes and submits final reports required by granting agencies
  • Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's or Arts degree in art, art history, English, or a relevant field in required
  • 4 years experience in related field, with at least 2 yrs in grant administration or equivalent is required
  • Superlative writing and proofreading skills are required along with strong organizational talent, the ability to multi-task, and people skills
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IME Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist in review of grant proposals for assigned therapeutic areas, including collaboration with IME Specialist in review of RFE-solicited proposals
  • Evaluates opportunities for department innovation, continuous improvement and process enhancements
  • Contributes to strategic medical education planning for aligned therapeutic area
  • Communicate with external Providers as needed and directed on operational issues, to ensure receipt of interim and final project outcome reports within pre-established timelines and guidelines
  • Participates in Provider Capability Presentations and outcomes analysis
  • Observes and monitors supported IME activities and enduring materials, as requested
  • Maintain Grant and provider historical data, including all grant-related information (announcements, brochures, outcomes reports, publications, etc.,) evaluation, and monitoring forms
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience in clinical research setting(s) (e.g., clinical trial management,) strongly preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry or related fields
  • Proven Project management experience is required (PMP certification preferred)
  • Experience in direct management of medical affairs projects, to include Independent Investigator initiated studies, is preferred
  • Experience in managing operational budgets is preferred
  • Demonstrated high level of competence with computers is essential; extensive experience with MS Office Applications is required
  • Demonstrated success in establishing successful working relationships with a diverse range of internal and external key stakeholders
  • Must be a dependable self-starter and be capable of working independently on multiple projects with the ability to prioritize tasks and meet strict deadlines
  • Must possess excellent organization skills, and be able to operate effectively in a heavily metricized organization, where a demanding workload requires flexibility and balancing multiple responsibilities simultaneously
  • Must possess excellent communication and interpersonal interaction skills
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide necessary information for fiscal year end audit, which includes creation and maintenance of the Schedule of Federal Awards (SEFA), reconciliations, income schedules, etc
  • Prepare grant-related schedules for the IRS Form 990 tax return filings
  • Provide required grant information for the annual indirect cost rate proposal
  • Miscellaneous projects and duties as assigned by the Controller
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Investigates NIH and other government research funding opportunities and establishes a network of contacts and resources within those government agencies for the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center (MSAHC). Determines information resources needed to keep MSAHC aware of grant information pipelines and changing policies of the NIH and other government funding opportunities and makes recommendations for responding to specific grant announcements
  • Manages and coordinates single project and multi-project government grants applications and progress reports as well as other technical or scientific special projects for the MSAHC if needed
  • Performs a "deep-reading" of the relevant NIH Requests for Applications (RFAs) and all the other guidelines for submissions, also when needed, communicates this information to the MSAHC Director, investigators, and MSAHC administrators, clarifying or making inquiries
  • Writes grant-proposal and progress-report applications for the MSAHC to the NIH and other government funding agencies (i.e., competing, competing renewal, and non-competing renewal applications), as well as submission of grant proposals, including progress reports and renewals for foundation support. For new applications, this would generally include the standard NIH PHS398 research plan sections, such as Abstract, Background and Significance, Preliminary Studies, Research Design and Methods, and other sections, such as Protection of Human Subjects and Key Personnel pages. Completes the required forms. Reviews writing submitted by investigators for condensing, re-writing, or editing. This writing work includes substantive editing of the writing of others, co-writing with others, medical copyediting, compilation of references, fact-checking, and assessment of readability. This could also include co-writing with the investigator(s) of abstracts, presentations, and articles for peer-review publications after an award has been made and the research completed
  • Develops and implements strategies related to completion of grant application elements by other writers and reviewers who may be working on these government grants applications
  • Completes all necessary forms for NIH and other government submissions, such as face page, summary pages, budget justifications, resource pages, etc, and works with the MSAHC grants administrator to complete the budget
  • Supervises the work of medical editors or others where delegation of work on a grant is needed
  • Serves as liaison between the MSAHC principal investigator(s) and the various centers and institutes of the NIH or other government agency when it concerns clarification of grant issues or when otherwise needed. Informs faculty of new initiatives and trainings available through these government agencies
  • Serves as grant-proposal liaison between the MSAHC Director, medical center grants office, MSAHC financial grants administrator, investigators, in-house database groups, and Mount Sinai Medical Center (MSMC) departments, such as those involved in medical graphics, public affairs, industrial affairs, and clinical trials to ensure that mutual needs are met and that all MSAHC grant activities are in accordance with MSMC policies, standards, and goals
  • Establishes writing-editorial standards/goals/policies for MSAHC grant applications. This includes determining technical production standards/procedures, establishing style-sheets for individual grants, and creating at-a-glance guidelines for the MSAHC Director, faculty, and investigators. Sets standards for writing, editing, layout, and production procedures for quality, cost, and efficiency
  • Develops documentation of grant procedures in order to ensure a high quality of work, maximize efficiency, avoid duplication of effort, and streamline reporting procedures. This could also include procedures for adherence to copyright, HIPAA, and other guidelines
  • Develops database tracking system for MSAHC government-funded research projects with timelines for progress reports to the NIH, presentations of results, and publication of results. This database should include relevant at-a-glance information about specific projects, such as specific aims, investigators, and resources needed for renewal applications. Cross-references this database information with the foundation proposal tracking system
  • Monitors progress of NIH-funded projects to insure timely submission of progress reports, working with faculty and investigators to write periodic assessment of technical progress, results, and timelines
  • Consults with scientists, community leaders, program managers, faculty from MSMC, universities, and other institutions to identify collaborative opportunities for the MSAHC
  • Participates in discussions and conferences regarding data collection methods, research design strategies, and new technologies at the MSAHC
  • Assists in preparation of audits and site visits (CVB, Family Planning, OASAS, OMH)
  • Tracking of staff training for the mental health program, and staff schedules
  • Assistance with mental health program activities such as data entry and write-up of patient satisfaction surveys, annual report, coordination of patient characteristic surveys for OMH, completion of annual planning surveys for OMH, attendance at mental health operations and staff meeting, attendance at outside meetings related to OMH and OASAS
  • Ensures documents such as VRQs, insurances certificates etc. are current
  • Assist psychologists with administrative tasks for program as needed
  • Assist MSAHC director with submission of NIH reviews, updating CV, and other tasks as needed
  • Assist medical director in data entry and write-up of chart review, attendance at weekly provider meetings, and attendance at the monthly QUARC meeting if needed
  • Participate in various grant provider calls (e.g. Rape Crisis, Family Planning, Family Planning Benefit Group etc.)
  • BA/BS (MA, MS, MBA or equivalent experience)
  • Experience in medical/health/science research field: 3-7 years
  • Experience in NIH grant writing/managing: 4-7 years
  • Experience in medical writing/editing: 5-7 years
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, management, and writing skills
  • Creativity and the ability to work in a team-oriented environment. Experience leading teams and workgroups helpful. Knowledge of MSAHC community needs and priorities
  • Ability to work with physician-scientists, social workers, and other medical center staff
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment and supervise editors and others who might be needed for completion of grant process
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop proposals, concept papers, letters of intent, and other correspondence that align development prospects with organizational needs and priorities
  • Cultivate and foster effective relationships with current funders and new foundation prospects, in particular, by maintaining ongoing contact and effective working relationships with foundation program officers
  • A Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of three to five years of experience in foundation relations or fundraising/development with demonstrated experience in grant writing, editing, and management
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office required; knowledge of fundraising databases a plus
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for a comprehensive analysis of contract terms and conditions to ensure that the organization has the organizational capacity or is able to acquire the necessary capacity to successfully perform and meet contractual obligations
  • Provide expert interpretation of donor (USG and non-USG) rules and regulations
  • Monitor standardization of administrative procedures for efficient award and sub award management
  • Develop contractual documents including templates and ancillary business forms
  • Provide capacity building and replication of contract portfolio management systems and best practices in award and sub award management
  • Lead or supervise other staff in the efficient operation and maintenance of an effective contracts portfolio management system
  • Work in partnership with operations staff and other enterprise services staff to achieve successful and compliant contract performance
  • Contract interpretation, compliance with regulatory requirements and restrictions, sub award administration, and donor relations among others
  • Reviews and negotiate critical award terms and conditions
  • Identify significant risks and recommend plan for mitigation including justification of working at risk
  • Manages contract set-up in the contract management and/or financial management system
  • Advises senior management on matters of concern and elements of risk that can be detrimental to successful contract performance. Recommend alternative approaches to overcome any negative impact
  • Reviews the work of contract specialists before submission to donors. These will include contract add-ons, budget realignments, cost extensions, and other transactions requiring donor approval such as sub awards, salaries, consultant rates, waivers, etc. The contracting officer will handle the more complicated or business-sensitive transactions
  • Conducts complex negotiations requiring senior staff engagement
  • Develops and maintain strong relationships with counterparts (internal and external)
  • Responds to audit matters (internal and external)
  • Articulates and advocate for the organization’s position on matters of regulation and other contractual issues
  • Collaborates with operations staff and other enterprise services staff to monitor prime contract and subcontract performance
  • Negotiates substantive provisions in lower- tier subcontracts
  • Trains other staff in standardized procedures for efficient award and sub award management
  • Manages input to contract close-out
  • Advises executive leadership and general staff on critical contractual issues and indications of high risk based on established expert knowledge of organizational policy, donor regulations, and specific award terms and conditions. Level of interaction can be at the highest level in the organization
  • Reviews and negotiate critical contracts, subcontracts and modifications
  • Closely engage in managing disputes, business-sensitive transactions, and delicate customer relationships to preserve the reputation and good standing of the organization
  • Leads in seeking reconsideration of requests denied by donors such as those for salaries, consultant rates, budget revisions, procurement, subcontracts, waivers, etc
  • Contributes to the development and delivery of specialized training to staff on policy, regulations, and best practices in contract administration
  • Conducts periodic reviews of the contract portfolio with the senior management
  • Demonstrates deepened expertise, professional growth, and managerial and leadership skills through evidence of effective crisis management
  • Trains, coaches, and mentors contracts department staff on the values and key competencies to be successful in performing the tasks above
  • Bachelor's Degree or its International Equivalent - Business Administration or Related Field
  • Minimum of 8+ years’ experience in a position of contracting authority in either the Federal Government acquisition system or a Non- governmental Organization (NGO) – domestic or international
  • At least 5 years of negotiating experience and direct management of a diverse portfolio of complex contracts and other agreements
  • Comprehensive knowledge of donor (USG and non-USG) rule and regulations including but not limited to USAID, DHHS, DOE, etc
  • Experience working in a not-for-profit or non- governmental organization (NGO)
  • Prior supervisory or mentor experience preferred
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage all of NCI’s current grants including reporting, renewals and new proposals
  • Oversee data management of grant accounts in SalesForce database and provide reports to Development Director and leadership when applicable
  • Identify grantors currently not giving to NCI; prepare briefing materials and track in Salesforce database
  • Participate in regular cultivation and solicitation calls to foundation contacts and prospects
  • Write proposals; coordinate the creation of documents required by grantors in compliance with their interests and guidelines
  • Coordinates the development of base proposals, budgets and financial information required by funders with support from the Director of Development and Program Directors
  • Tracks reporting requirements and fulfills them in a timely manner
  • Ensure appropriate recognition of grantors through NCI website, materials and other approved avenues
  • Create grants process with senior staff to determine annual program funding priorities, prospects, base proposals and program staff follow up
  • Remain informed about organization-wide programs and initiatives
  • Bachelor’s degree; advanced degree a plus
  • A minimum of three years of development/fundraising experience, with a proven track record of obtaining major grants ($50K+) and managing a grant portfolio budget of over $2 million
  • Excellent writing, grant proposal and grant reporting skills
  • Outstanding organizational skills and the ability to balance multiple priorities
  • Outstanding interpersonal, public relations, and communication skills
  • Experience in other areas of fundraising (individual and annual giving, corporations, campaigns) a plus
  • Knowledge of fundraising principles and practices, particularly as they relate to identification, cultivation, and stewardship of foundation prospects
  • Experience and knowledge with SalesForce a plus
  • Capacity to be flexible and creative
  • Demonstrated track record of achieving fundraising goals
  • Spanish proficiency required
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Grants Manager Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Associate degree in business or accounting or equivalent with at least three years of office experience
  • Excellent communication skills and good command of English grammar
  • Excellent organizational skills, ability to multi-task, and strong attention to detail
  • Proficient in Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access, and Email
  • Must be able to work well under deadline pressure while at the same time maintaining a positive attitude
  • Able to work independently and as a team member
  • Make good judgement and maintain confidentiality
  • Excellent attendance
  • Bachelor’s degree in business or accounting
  • Previous Caltech experience or experience working in an academic setting
  • Knowledge of Oracle software
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Grants Manager, Eism Resume Examples & Samples

  • At the direction of the Agreement Officer and USAID, issues grantee solicitations, facilitates evaluation committees, awards grants, monitors grantees, and closes grants
  • Works closely with the M&E Manager to monitor grantees throughout the grantee lifecycle
  • Oversees the Grants Coordinator in financial management of the grantee
  • At least three (3) years’ experience with grants on USAID-funded projects
  • Demonstrated familiarity with all phases of the grants lifecycle
  • Experience issuing and monitoring with complex and large grants (including standard grants) preferred
  • Strong understanding of Chemonics policies and USAID regulations related to grants management
  • Willingness to travel up to 40% of the time
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Managing donor funded grants or funds for renewable energy or energy efficiency projects
  • Experience reviewing applications, determining qualifications, and defining measurable indicators of success in granting funds
  • Minimum of five years of relevant work experience, with experience managing donor funded grants and funds for energy resilience and energy efficiency
  • Bachelor’s degree in international development or related field
  • Work experience with USAID, donor funded agencies, or development banks
  • Proven ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced, deadline oriented environment
  • Advanced MS Excel and efficient in MS Word
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Pre-awards Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Facilitate faculty, postdoc and student in preparation, development, review, and submission of grant and contract proposals and applications
  • Utilizes Kuali Coeus software to enter and route external and internal documents, agreements, contracts, and applications to the appropriate university officials for final submission to the sponsoring company, foundation or funding agency
  • Identify funding sources for program proposals and assist Department Chairs and Program Chairs with related program proposal development and submission. Take the lead in post award program grant management to insure compliance
  • Coordinates budget development, advising on determination and computation of appropriate salary levels, percentages of effort, fringe benefit rates, and indirect cost rate and base. Exercises discretion with regard to involving department chair/administrator with budgeting issues
  • Reviews and interprets funding agency guidelines and regulations. Confirm that submissions adhere to all stated campus and sponsored organizational guidelines
  • Advise faculty on level of effort and potential compliance issues. Compose a list of all material and other essential information required (i.e. target dates and times, formatting, page and budget limits, and eligibility details). Assist investigators with final review of the application to ensure that all proposals are administratively complete finalized into a flawless form before submission
  • Researches proposal opportunities and prepares announcements, newsletters, and other communications. Coordinate post award reporting for all grants and contracts, including progress report submissions, grant closeouts, invention reports, financial status reports, and specific documents related to training grants
  • Develop and maintain databases, including documentation of all proposals processed through the PSC Business Office. Advise the department Administrator, program chairs and Chair on matters related to grant routing
  • Performs other related duties and special projects as assigned
  • Bachelor's degree in business or public administration or another appropriate field
  • Financial Disclosure is required
  • Credit history review may be required
  • Proficiency in Excel, Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat
  • Ability to prioritize, plan and execute multiple grants and contracts submissions in a timely manner
  • Skill in acting as a liaison with internal clients to ensure timely and accurate submission of proposal
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others and demonstrates professional, ethical, respectful, and courteous behavior when interacting with others. Capable of interacting pleasantly and positively with other to meet customer expectations, and provide follow up with customers. Ability to work as an effective team member
  • Demonstrated success in a deadline-driven environment and ability complete projects on-schedule with a high standard of quality
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Work with the Director of Development to implement a comprehensive grants strategy for the Institute, including project and operating funds from a variety of existing and new foundation, corporate, and government sources
  • Perform prospect research on foundations, corporations, and government agencies to evaluate prospects for grants that match funding focus with the Institutes projects and initiatives
  • Conduct the full range of pre-award activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to foundation, corporate sources, and government agencies
  • In collaboration with science, education and development staff, prepare and write letters of intent, proposals, and grant applications
  • Create and compile proposal attachments, and complete written projects as needed
  • Prepare development and other staff with materials for site visits and meetings
  • Coordinate post-award progress and final reports and related correspondence
  • Establish and maintain grants tracking system and calendar and ensure that all deadlines and reporting requirements are being met, and funding projections are clear and accurate
  • Organize and maintain necessary electronic files for all grant proposals and reports
  • Work with IONS staff to adhere to timelines for application processes and necessary reports
  • Prioritize projects and keep multiple projects moving in a timely manner, meeting deadlines
  • Develop and manage effective working relationships with foundation, corporate, and government agency leadership and program officers
  • Proven track record of successful grant writing for non-profits, with at least three years of experience writing and managing grants program
  • Excellent written communication skills; ability to write and edit clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals. Able to clearly link IONS mission and programs with funders’ priorities
  • Understanding of budgets as they relate to proposals and grants
  • Demonstrated experience and ability to research projects through a variety of means
  • Knowledge and experience of fundraising and development functions
  • Ability to prioritize projects, meet deadlines, manage several projects simultaneously and work well under pressure
  • Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
  • High level of computer literacy and familiarity using donor and foundation databases
  • Disciplined self-starter who can set and achieve goals
  • Ability to work well with diverse groups including internal and external audiences
  • Flexibility and a good sense of humor are highly desirable
  • Connections and access to like-minded foundations and program staff a big plus
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Draft proposals, letters of inquiry, reports and other communication material for institutional and individual donors. Modify templates based on donors’ interests
  • Work closely with national and regional development and program staff to develop and deliver customized proposals and reports for local general and program activities
  • Implement and coordinate national and regional tracking systems for development outreach, including inquiries, proposals, updates and reports
  • Initiate and prioritize donor research activity. Analyze and make decisions about giving capacity, formulate and implement a rating system for individual donors and prospects
  • Perform complex analyses and organize information to identify philanthropic patterns, affinity, and relationships among individuals and foundations. Create concise, accurate, and timely research products using an array of data (biographical information, financial data, news and philanthropic history)
  • Develop proactive prospecting methodologies to advance organizational goals, including data mining and sophisticated constituent database queries
  • Analyze research requests to determine appropriate level of detail required and resources needed to fulfill requests. Provide timely donor and prospect identification and detailed research and analysis of prospects specific to fundraising objectives (donor visits, events, solicitations etc.)
  • Play a key role as data strategist in the development of qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies. Work with Development staff on donor screenings and ratings and develop strategic direction on the use of analytical data in the identification of donors and prospects
  • Design and implement a system to track and disseminate news and information about top donors and prospects. Analyze large volumes of information from on-line and print news resources, financial and philanthropic reports, reference materials (both printed and electronic) and organizational files. Update donor files accordingly and update assigned fundraiser of changes
  • Maintain an expectation of excellence in both written and verbal communications, as well as a dedication to superior customer service with an emphasis on relationship building
  • Review the accuracy of electronic records and other organization information on donors and prospects and facilitate updates as needed
  • Serve as a resource on donor and prospect research, research tools and methods that can be used by development professionals and others
  • Provide formal and informal training on research methods, tools, technologies, information sources, and features of ADL’s donor database that support such information gathering
  • Periodically review with the National Development Team, Directors of Development and Major Gifts Officers research needs and adapt research efforts accordingly
  • Stay abreast of fundraising trends and issues, maintaining knowledge of available training and educational opportunities to develop necessary skills. Identify and evaluate new paid and free research resources and make recommendations as to their usefulness to ADL’s development research needs
  • Maintain research records in electronic and paper form, as necessary
  • Adhere to all professional and ADL standards to ensure that an individual’s fundamental right to privacy and the agency’s right to keep its information confidential are protected. Work with Development team, and, as necessary, ADL Senior leadership to develop appropriate policies and procedure to protect same
  • Minimum 5 – 7 years’ experience in donor and prospect research and grant writing in a not-for-profit fundraising environment
  • Good organizational and administrative skills including the ability to multi-task
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written presentation skills
  • Demonstrated analytical skills related to complex donor research
  • Background in one or more areas: Jewish communal programs, civil rights, immigrant rights, education, Israel, international affairs
  • Knowledge of techniques and methodologies of donor and prospect research using traditional print and on-line sources with particular focus on special requirements of donor/prospect research
  • Ability to think strategically, analytically and creatively
  • Proficiency in use of on-line research tools such as Lexis Nexis for Development Professionals, Wealth Engine, Morningstar Document Research, Foundation Directory On-Line along with numerous other on-line and print tools and publications
  • Knowledge of data mining tools. Proficiency as well with word processing, spreadsheet, and database management software (i.e. Microsoft Office Suite),
  • Knowledge of Enterprise donor data base helpful
  • Ability to work with highly sensitive, confidential information
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s Degree required and minimum two to three years relevant experience
  • Familiarity with direct services programming (e.g. social services, sexual and domestic violence services, etc.)
  • Ability to create, analyze, and manage budgets
  • Strong attention to detail and overall organizational skills
  • Ability to establish and meet deadlines and effectively problem-solve
  • Strong relationship-building skills
  • Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and capacity to learn other specific software
  • Valid driver’s license. Regular travel throughout Massachusetts required
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Senior Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manages OSR SPA Multi Project and Collaborative Agreements Program
  • Manages a team of grants professionals to ensure high quality service related to large scale proposal development, submission and research award administration
  • Plans and manages group strategy and operations and establishes performance goals for the grants team in order to effectively coordinate and administer the large grants and contracts
  • Ensures that projects are proposed and conducted consistent with NYUSoM and sponsor policies
  • Serves as the primary point of contact for stakeholders both within and outside of the institution on technical and administrative matters over the life of a project
  • Provides expert advise on the subject of sponsored research administration to decision makers at all levels of the organization. Interprets and provides guidance on regulation and policy, proposal guidelines, and award terms and conditions
  • In conjunction with Department Chairs and Administrators reviews proposals submitted by researchers. Evaluates risk and seeks appropriate guidance as required. Verifies that proposals are complete and conform to proposal preparation requirements, and reviews budgets for correctnessconsistant with NYUSOM and sponsor policy as well as the project plan
  • Assists Research Finance in responding to requests for information required by sponsoring agencies and other auditors, including maintaining custody of proposals and award documentation and implementing group processes to ensure files are complete and up-to-date
  • Reports status of grant processing activities for large grants on a regular basis by preparing summary reports of applications submissions and outcomes to OSR leadership and all other appropriate parties as necessary
  • Interfaces with senior management to champion collaboration in order to expedite and facilitate internal processing of proposals
  • Tracks existing grants deadlines, monitors status of progress reports, and seeks continuation of grant funding for current programs through supplemental funding, renewal applications, and other mechanisms as they become available
  • Reports progress and analyzes the large scale project portfolio for opportunities in additional funding and potential collaboration across the SOM and with consortium entities. Meets with OSR Leadership at least quarterly to present progress and analysis and discuss future goals
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Nnmi Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversee and coordinate with principal investigators and academic/central units for proposal development and management
  • Serve as liaison between NNMI/sponsor and Georgia Tech reporting, auditing, certification requirements
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for new NNMI program development
  • Help promote and secure funding for large sponsored programs to include contractual cost share as well as institutional support for membership agreements
  • Coordinate the contributing GT/College of Engineering unit project set-up, data collection, validation of data, and reporting schedules, documents, and/or metrics
  • Develop standard processes and methods for tracking commitments to centers; update processes as necessary
  • Education:Master's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Work Experience:Seven to eight years job related experience
  • Certifications:N/A
  • Skills:This job requires advanced knowledge of contract administration principles and practices including those specific to Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars A-21, A-110, and the Federal Acquisition; exceptional communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills; solid understanding of the university research life cycle; advanced knowledge of the university sponsored research environment; good understanding of financial reporting systems/databases as well as reporting methods and ability to utilize computer systems
  • Preferred Education: N/A
  • Preferred Certifications: Certified Research Administrator (CRA)
  • Preferred Skills: N/A
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CFR Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Entrepreneurial spirit, positive attitude and energy to implement new strategies and meet ambitious goals
  • Experience in higher education and/or nonprofit organization
  • Experience managing and tracking grant funding
  • Ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of individuals and constituencies
  • Knowledge and/or prior use of Raiser’s Edge or similar database
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Pre Award Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manages the pre-award process from RFA to submission, including the identification of possible sources of funding both within Rutgers and externally
  • Negotiates contracts and sub-contracts with various agencies, institutions, foundations, and companies
  • Communicates regularly with SPH faculty to determine status of current and pending submissions as well as preparing proposal strategies to maximize potential success in grant writing
  • Serves as the liaison between ORSP and SPH, ensuring compliance with internal regulations and updates
  • Oversees, coordinates and conducts SPH-wide trainings and workshops to educate faculty and staff in the most current NIH, state, and internal policy changes
  • Prepares current and pending submission reports including, tracking patterns of grant submissions and awards over time and the forecasting of direct grant and contract revenue for the annual budget process
  • Keeps abreast of all pertinent federal, state and Rutgers’ regulations, laws and policies
  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field required with a minimum of seven years of grant administration support (Pre-or Post-Award) at a large academic institution
  • Expert knowledge in all aspects of pre-award research administration, submitting applications and working with eRA Commons
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, as those applications are paramount for grants management
  • Must be a savvy negotiator when dealing with other schools, departments, government/state, foundation, corporate and academic contacts
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum 3 years of progressive experience conducting prospect research and developing proposals with proven track record of success
  • Knowledge of prospect research tools required. Knowledge of DonorQuest donor software (or other donor software) preferred
  • Solid understanding of fundraising best practices
  • Entrepreneurial ideology needed to analyze and build upon current donor pool
  • Excellent time management skills needed to handle multiple, concurrent deadlines
  • Exceptional people-skills and perseverance in building and maintaining relationships with donors and staff
  • Critical thinking needed to understand and identify opportunities to strengthen connections between fundraising activities and other departmental and organizational activities
  • Ability to complete all tasks timely
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, superb organizational skills, and attention to detail required. Proficient in MS Office software required
  • Able to work independently and with deadlines; demonstrates flexibility with changing assignment priorities
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Grants Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Cover Letter, including salary requirement
  • Résumé
  • Two writing samples in PDF, one from a grant proposal and one from a grant report you have prepared