Grant Manager - Ivy Tech Community College
- 02-Mar-2020 to 01-Apr-2020
- - Ivy Tech Community College
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- $45K - $47K annually
- Full Time
This position is responsible for pre-award functions such as budget development, proposal review, and proposal submission. Post-award responsibilities include project management, financial monitoring, and regulatory compliance. Additionally, the position serves as a liaison with campus grant project directors and finance designees to facilitate the successful implementation and conclusion of grant initiatives.
Indiana's only full-fledged community college, offering more than 150 programs. The Foundation's most important function is to provide support for Ivy Tech beyond state appropriations and student fees.
Review budgets and budget justifications for grant proposals.
Submit final approved proposals to the granting agencies.
Ensure proposal and post-award financial compliance with grantor and College policies and procedures.
Monitor budget and expenditure activity of campus grant funds and Systems Office private grant funds.
Advise project director on programmatic processes required by the grant, such as reporting reminders, dual reviews of reports, and proper verbiage for recognition of granting agency.
Provide proactive account management, financial projections, and account balance reports for project directors.
Act as a primary business contact for private grants managed by Systems Office.
Review purchases on campus grant funds and Systems Office private grant funds to ensure items are included in the grant budget and allowable on grant.
In collaboration with grant finance designees, ensure financial documents and required transactions, such as journal entries and labor redistributions are completed in a timely manner.
Prepare budget modifications and no-cost extensions for submission to granting agency.
Review contracts for accuracy and manage the Contract Management System (CMS) approval process.
Provide assistance during audits and grantor site visits.
Develop and conduct training on grant budgeting and management for staff and faculty.
Perform site visits throughout the system to administer training and conduct audits.
Stay abreast of changing regulations and best practices for grants management.
Other duties logically associated with the position may be assigned.
Supervision Received: Executive Director of Sponsored Programs
Associate's degree with three (3) or more years of grant management and budget development experience or bachelor's degree in Finance, Business Administration, Public Affairs Management or related field required.
Strong project management is essential.
Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel is essential.
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills required.
Must be detail oriented, positively anticipate and react to frequently changing priorities and provide unparalleled customer service.
Occasional travel on College business is required.
Ability to promote an inclusive environment that reflects the broad diversity and backgrounds represented by our students and employees and which every individual feels respected and valued.
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