Grants Compliance ManagerDownload: Grants Compliance Manager job description.pdf
Bard College is seeking a Grants Compliance Manager reporting to the Executive Vice President of the College. The Grants Compliance Manager will work closely with grant-funded program managers, the Grants Finance Manager, and administrative support units to develop Bard’s institutional capacity in implementing sponsored programs in an adequate control environment and in compliance with donor regulations.
The ideal candidate will have an expert knowledge of USG donor requirements and extensive grant management experience. S/he facilitates, submits, negotiates and manages grants, contracts and cooperative agreements; develops and implements compliance measures; and drafts and manages sub-recipient awards.
The responsibilities of the Grants Compliance Manager include: coordinating and administering pre-award and non-financial post-award activities for all sponsored projects; providing support to program teams in preparing RFPs; ensuring timely receipt of federally required reports and documentation in accordance with federal regulations and the terms and conditions of multiple grant awards; Monitoring of award expiration dates, altered timeframes, milestones, and major changes in budgets to appropriate staff; ensure effective grant management & advancement of program implementation; monitor & document expenditures; establish policies & procedures to ensure compliance; develop & provide training for staff on grants administration & compliance; maintain compliance on Federal grants; review grant submissions; conduct internal audits; develop a single database; maintain a close working relationship with program staff in Annandale and at partner institutions. A full job description can be found on the Bard Human Resources website: http://www.bard.edu/employment/employment/
The ideal candidate will have a BA in business administration, finance or accounting, 5 to 10 years of progressive experience in federal grant management and extensive knowledge of USG grant regulations. Refined professional writing and communication skills are essential and experience with grants implemented internationally is preferred. Specific knowledge of USAID Rules and Regulations over Grants and Cooperative Agreements is highly desirable.
To apply, please send a cover letter, salary expectations, resume and the names of three professional references by email only to firstname.lastname@example.org. Bard College is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from those who contribute to our diversity.