Pandemic Relief Grant Manager
Sugar Grove, IL
Full-time Support Staff
Dickson Center, Sugar Grove Campus
The Pandemic Relief Grant Manager isresponsible for developing, managing, and coordinating external funding sourcesrelated to pandemic relief. Responsibilities include performing duties relatedto research, compliance reporting, and evaluation. This position reports to theDean for Institutional Effectiveness and Title V Project Director.
Develop and implement a comprehensive Pandemic Relief Funding Plan (the Plan) in alignment with federal grant compliance requirements, addressing college impacts from the pandemic, and the college’s focus on student success and equity.
Coordinate internal meetings to ensure collaboration and communication from all necessary departments impacted by the implementation of the Plan.
Manage all financial transactions for the expenditure of all pandemic relief funding received by the college.
Manage all project documentation including compiling and submitting all reporting required to maintain grant compliance.
Manage and analyze data for internal and external reporting in collaboration with all relevant departments.
Maintain regular communication with the pandemic Scholarship Coordinator to assist with all logistics surrounding scholarships using federal pandemic-related funds.
Collaborate with Marketing & Communications to communicate the goals, logistics, and results of the college’s pandemic relief work as appropriate.
Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s preferred.
Minimum of five years of experience managing or coordinating institutional programs.
Two years of leadership or project management experience required.
Experience managing a federal grants or ability to demonstrate knowledge of federal and state grant funding guidelines, policies, and procedures.
Excellent communication, conceptual and analytical skills.
Strong project management skills including managing multiple projects, coordinating timelines, and prioritizing competing tasks.
Demonstrated ability to effectively coordinate large projects across departments and work successfully with faculty, staff and administrators.
Please attach the following documents when applying:
- Cover Letter-Yes
- References-Yes (Can be provided at interview)
Grant Funded: Yes
Compensation Range: 70,252.00 - 70,252.00 (starting pay reflected)
Compensation Type: Salaried
Work Schedule: M-F 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Work Hours: 40
Targeted Hire Date: 6/1/2021
Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/veteran