Grant Life Cycle Specialist (GLCS) – Entry Level, Full-Time Temporary

Telling Your Story, LLC, dba High Impact Partners (HIP)

About the organization

Telling Your Story, LLC dba High Impact Partners (HIP)

Founded in 2009, HIP is a woman-owned, 8(a) certified small business. As a full-service management consulting firm, we provide a wide range of project and business management consulting services and solutions to federal government agencies, Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations and foundations. To learn more about HIP, visit http://www.hipimpact.com/about/

Duties

Grant Life Cycle Specialist (GLCS) – Entry Level, Full-Time Temporary

Duties: This position provides critical support onsite to handle the grant workload in a federal grants management office in DC. The candidate will support all stages of the grant life cycle, including but not limited to pre-award, award, and post-award activities, in addition to unique projects. This position aids in the handling, processing, facilitation, creation, modification, publication, and dissemination of grant documentation according to internal Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).

Pre-Award
• Pre-screens grant applications, schedules panels, conducts presentations, facilitates panel deliberations, and reviews panel workbooks as directed.
• Reviews data for grant applications in Egrants, the DOL’s grant application and award system.
• Inputs data for hard-copy applications into Egrants.
• Assists and/or prepares correspondence, including non-responsive and late letters, welcome and unsuccessful letters, and evaluative feedback.

Award
• Reviews applications, processes any revisions, and communicates with applicants as necessary.
• Creates recipient and grant numbers, creates and uploads base award packages, and submits packages for review and approval.

Post Award
• Reviews and analyzes budgets, SOWs, and other grant actions identifying questionable elements and prepares grant modifications within 3 business days per task with limited guidance.

Other Duties as Assigned

Qualifications

Qualifications: The Grants Life Cycle Specialist applicant must already be residing in the greater Washington DC area and shall be comfortable performing and/or possessing the following skills:

• Critical thinking
• Ability to multi-task
• Strong communication skills (key)
• Comfortable with facilitating other professionals
• Tech-savvy, comfortable with tech
• Ability to hit the ground running
• Can-do attitude
• Team player

It is not required to have grants experience or related profession; however, a Bachelor’s Degree is required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office products and Adobe software is strongly desired.

Salary

$25 per hour plus benefits

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Updated resume with complete contact information is requested. HIP encourages interested applicants to submit their resume via Indeed via link to application well before the 4/17/20 deadline.

DC area applicants with questions about this HIP job may contact Bob Levy at 703-717-1123 or via email at [email protected]

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