Grant Program Manager - (FQY539)Pubblicato il 29-10-2022 - Cuyahoga County Board Of Health in Parma
Flexible Work Arrangements: Alternate work schedule or changes in work schedule available after initial training period with approval. Core work hours of 10am to 2pm required of all staff. Remote work from home available up to two days per week with approval after the completion of a minimum of 60 days of employment.
Vaccine Policy: Effective November 1, 2021 all new hires will need to meet COVID and Influenza vaccine requirements or request an exemption as outlined in the CCBH Vaccination Policy.
Bachelor's degree in public health, public health administration, or related field.
Minimum of three years of experience with grant administration or other related experience.
Demonstrated knowledge of grant research & writing,
and RFP processes.
Valid driver’s license and insurance at time of appointment
Strong relationship management and training development skills.
Strong customer service, verbal and written communication skills, and effective presentation skills.
Good interpersonal relationship skills including cultural sensitivity and competence.
Proficiency with use of PC hardware & basic software (i.e. Microsoft office), email, and office equipment (i.e., copier, fax, scanner, telephone, etc.). Strong proficiency with Microsoft Excel.
Proficiency with use of databases and for data querying and reporting.
Mathematical aptitude necessary to assist with the development of program budgets and monitor expenditures.
Ability to preserve confidentiality of program records.
Serves as a team lead for obesity prevention and childhood health related programs and services.
As a team leader, assists in seeking grant funding opportunities, preparing grant proposals and writing grant applications.
Researches, assists in developing, and implements new and existing CCBH programs.
Leads the development of grant proposal content and leads the process of gathering required supporting materials.
Participates in program budget development. Assists in monitoring program and/or subgrantee budgets.
Monitors and provides support to sub recipients regarding program implementation and achievement of program goals.
Partners with external stakeholders to assist with program implementation.
Provides programmatic technical assistance to subgrantees as necessary.
Assists in developing and implementing program policies based on grant and government guidelines.
Assists with the establishment and maintenance of internal and external relationships.
Participates in local and state-wide meetings to stay abreast of changes in public health trends and regulations that may impact assigned program(s).
Participates in public health emergency activities as needed.
All applicants are required to upload a resumeand include a cover letterwith their application.
Deadline to Apply:April 22, 2022
Bilingual Applicants Welcome
Employees hired for a position that is funded in whole or in part by a designated funding source may belaid off when the funding source is reduced or eliminated.
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