Eastern Region Partnership and Agreements Manager
About the organization
Our mission: fostering conservation service in support of communities & ecosystems.
Essential Responsibilities and Functions:
ability to accept feedback graciously and integrate it, communication skills
•Assist in management of compliance components of all grants and agreements awarded to Conservation Legacy (reporting deadlines, filing reports, oversight of reports for compliance within the scope of work).
•Ensure all agreements, MOU’s and contracts comply with Conservation Legacy programmatic offerings and ensure that all contractual requirements are reasonable and within organizational policies and procedures.
•Maintain records of all agreement cost worksheets as well as agency agreement documentation, ensure Business Manager and staff have access to necessary records and information to successfully operationalize program.
•Enter agreements into internal database system(s) in an accurate and timely manner.
•Assist staff with tracking and completion of reports and project evaluations.
•Regularly audit agreements that are entered into internal database(s) to ensure all documents and required data are entered.
•Provide Corps Directors cost estimates and complete federal agreement financial assistance documents to initiate task agreements as well as manage MOU’s, contracts, and grants for non-federal partners.
•Lead the Eastern Region in the creation of budget proposals/424s/cost worksheets and other required financial forms for federal and non-federal grants and agreements.
●Minimum 2 years of experience in federal or non-federal partnership management (may include grant management, partner relations, and/or program management) or related educational background.
•Highly organized and detail-oriented, an excellent communicator who is pro-active and results-driven.
•Ability to work successfully in an environment of time-sensitive and changing deadlines.
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
•Flexibility, adaptability, and capacity to work in a fluid, changing work environment.
•Commitment to continual learning, including welcoming feedback as an opportunity for growth.
•Proficient in all Microsoft Office Suite applications and database management.
•Entrepreneurial approach to problem-solving.
•Valid Driver’s License and Insurable Driving Record
•Must be able to pass Conservation Legacy’s criminal history checks.
•Previous experience with federal financial assistance agreements.
•Salesforce or other database management intermediate to expert expertise.
•Education: BA/BS or equivalent experience.
Contact email: [email protected]
To Apply: Send cover letter outlining your skills and interests in the position, highlighting how this position aligns with your career goals. Send your letter and resume to Gail Loveland Barille, Eastern Region Executive Director, [email protected] This position will remain open until filled and is subject to close at any time.
Equal Opportunity Employment
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