Part-Time Grant Analyst, FITW/CCAT Grant

Job description

Job Title Part-Time Grant Analyst, FITW/CCAT Grant
Job ID 995841
Location Kendall Campus
Full/Part Time Part-Time
Regular/Temporary Temporary

Job Details

Job Family
STAFF - Support Staff
$21.81 - $29.80
Academic Affairs
Reports To
Academic Dean
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
FLSA Status

Job Summary

The Part-time Grant Analyst is responsible for creating a finished manual on the processes taken to design, develop, create and implement the FITW/CCAT Grant. The position designs processes aimed at capturing and communicating comprehensive, actionable timely requirements and guidelines. The Analyst also develops practical guides on topics related to the sustainability of a project such as how to create and organize teams and how to effectively make decisions. This is a temporary grant funded position.

Duties & Responsibilities

•Develops a comprehensive manual on the design, creation and implementation of the FITW/CCAT Grant
•Provides support to the FITW/CCAT Grant Directors in delivering the project from a how-to manual perspective
•Gathers documents and evaluates data collected; provides feedback and recommends executable actions to improve established processes
•Captures, assembles and preserves record of all activities and achievements of the FITW/CCAT Grant
•Researches and prepares articles on the conception, design, writing, implementation and delivery of the FITW/CCAT Grant
•Participates in grant-related activities
•Performs other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements

•Bachelor's degree in social sciences, data analysis or related field and three (3) years of scientific educational research experience as a project specialist, analyst or project manager
•All degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution
•Knowledge and understanding of College organization, goals and objectives, and policies and procedures
•Excellent research and analytical skills
•Ability to effectively present complex and dynamic information and respond to questions in a timely and organized manner
•Strong experience in process analysis and documentation
•Advanced problem resolution skills with excellent judgement and the ability to view situations and issues from multiple perspectives
•Highly organized with a predisposition toward and production of results
•Possess excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills (verbal and written) and sensitivity to cultural diversity
•Knowledge of and demonstrated proficiency in the use of modern office software (e.g., Windows, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Adobe Professional, Adobe Acrobat and database software) and specific computer programs related to area of responsibility
•Proficient detailed-oriented skills and ability to work independently to meet deadlines
•Ability to work a flexible schedule to include evenings, weekends and holidays
•Ability to work well in a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment with students, faculty and staff





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Posted: 3/6/2018
Application Due: 3/19/2018
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