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Salary– $36,804.00 – $48,996.00 Annually
- Serve as agreement project manager to ensure appropriate, thorough, and timely completion of projects. In cooperation with existing project managers, monitor project workand progress toward completion of deliverables. Send reminders about deadlines, key benchmarks, and reporting requirements. Communicate requirements, updates, andreminders for grant programs.
- Serve as the primary point of contact for questions about grants and contracts associated with the DNR UCF Program.
- Assist with tracking invoices and expenditures. Catalog submitted invoices and reports. Track agreement balances with coordination with Forest Resilience and
- Regulation budgetand contracts staff. Work closely with the UCF Program Manager to prepare invoices for submission, resolve problems as they arise, and enforce standards for compliance among grantees and vendors.
- Solicit feedback from DNR staff, applicants, grantees, and other stakeholders to improve UCF grant and contract documents. Seek opportunities to make grants and contract agreements more accessible and inclusive.
- Assist successful grant applicants with formatting scopes of work and deliverables for inclusion in agreements.
- Develop creative multi-media grant application and management guides, how-to videos, orother materials designed to support prospective applicants and funded grantees.
- Bachelor’s degree in project management, business, finance, accounting, or related field OR Equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Experience successfully managing and administering grants, contracts, or other partnership agreements.
- Grant writing and development experience.
- Experience with records maintenance and retention.
- Experience and skills in customer service.
- Experience of effective oral and written communications and can convey messages clearly and persuasively, including public speaking skills.
- Demonstrated experience responding to and interacting in a positive, responsive, cooperative, collaborative manner with the public and other professionals (both inter-organizational and interdisciplinary).
- Proficient with computers and Microsoft Office applications including Excel and SharePoint.
- Works well independently and effectively manages multiple tasks at different stages.
- Organizational management – has a strong understanding and ability to organize efficiently and the ability to develop or use systems for tracking implementation and accomplishments of several complex projects.
DNR Core Competencies:
- Personal Accountability
- Value Others
- Compassionate Communication
- Inspire Others
- Commitment to Excellence