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Grant Program Specialist

Recruitment #121101-UNCE-206


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To apply, please follow the directions below: 


Submit Resume and Cover Letter Including Salary Requirement to: 

District Attorneys Council
421 NW 13th Street, Suite 290
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
FAX: 405/264-5099

Federal Grants Division

Under the supervision of the Division Director, this position is responsible for serving as the contact point for the District Attorneys Council with the federal granting agencies for several formula and discretionary criminal justice grant programs. The areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, preparing applications for the federal grant funds, developing grant notices for potential applicants, reviewing and making recommendations regarding funding for submitted grant applications, evaluating and monitoring compliance of subgrantees in meeting state and federal requirements and to ensure fiscal accountability and programmatic integrity, preparation and submission of federal reports in accordance with federal guidelines, utilizing the OKGrants Grant Management System, and grant board assistance.

The duties of this position may include, but are not limited to the following:

Grant Administration
• Assists in the overall administration of assigned formula and discretionary grant programs. 

Report and Document Preparation and Submission
• Prepares progress reports to the federal granting agency and other documents as directed and submits through the appropriate reporting mechanism.

Planning and Coordination
• Assist in planning and coordination to ensure effective and timely implementation of the grant programs.

Technical Assistance and Consultation
• Provide technical assistance and consultation to subgrantees regarding grant reporting requirements.

OKGrants Implementation and Training
• Provides assistance in the development of the web-based, on-line OKGrants grant management system and subsequent training to applicants and/or subgrantees as needed.

Board Assistance
• Provide staff support to the various Boards in implementation of the grant programs.

• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree. Additional education or related experience is a plus. 
• Excellent communications skills, both oral and written.
• Good organizational skills with the ability to plan, coordinate, and evaluate activities in multiple areas.
• The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
• General knowledge of federal and state regulations relating to the administration of grant programs is preferred.
• Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access computer programs required. Knowledge in and.
• The ability to interpret and analyze programs and apply policy material.




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