Fond du Lac
Regular Travel to Other Campus Locations Required
Full Time or Part Time
Academic or Year Round
$61,815 – 92,705
Position Summary Information
Job Description Summary
Applications are being accepted for a full-time Grants Manager at Moraine Park Technical College, Fond du Lac campus. This position is responsible for the development, coordination, budgeting and evaluation of grant initiatives submitted by the College. This position supervises two staff members.
Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities
1. Oversee the College grant application process to include review, approval and submission of grant applications. Advise and provide direction to grant managers. Serve as the College’s liaison with local, state, federal and private grantor agencies.
2. Conduct administrative reviews of all grants and related contracts for acceptability of terms and conditions to assure compliance with College procedures; modify and prepare final budgets within approved funding limits and negotiate final agreements with grantor agencies on behalf of the College. Review, approve and maintain grant and contract documents in accordance with legal requirements and to assure consistent and systematic application. Develop and recommend procedures to assure compliance with federal and state regulations to meet College needs and requirements.
3. Develop and oversee performance monitoring and evaluation systems for externally funded programs to document progress and achievement outcomes and mandated accountability standards. Compile data and reports and review and approve reports prepared by other staff to assure compliance with College, grant and agency requirements.
4. Oversee the collection and analysis of grant and related contract data; prepare reports on special revenue obligations, project personnel, matching funds, costs, project performance and related information for all externally funded activities; inform the College community of achievements of grant projects.
5. Provide direction to the College’s administration, grant managers, and financial accounting services staff on federal single audit requirements ( OMB A 133). Assist the Colleges’ auditors by providing detailed records, files, fiscal reports and other materials necessary for the annual federal audit review of sponsored projects. Responsible for grant close-out activities to include budget and equipment.
6. Provide leadership for the management and tracking of grant operations and documentation, and maintain department calendar of critical due dates. Provide supervision, guidance and direction to assigned staff. Develop and manage the resource development budget.
7. Provide technical assistance on an individual and group basis to College grant managers, staff and faculty including grant writing assistance, grant writing skill development and grant editing.
8. Research and apprise staff of federal, state and private grant opportunities that align with the College’s goals and initiatives. Represent the College on state-wide resource development committees.
9. Maintain current knowledge of federal and state legislation, regulations, administrative codes, bulletins, policies, grant conditions, OMB Circulars, code of Federal Regulation and other legal requirements affecting grant projects. Communicate and disseminate information to grant managers and staff to support their related grant work. Perform other duties as assigned.
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Education or a related field, with coursework in planning, statistics and research; or an equivalent combination of education and occupational experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired.
2. Minimum of five years of recent experience in project planning, grant development and grant writing.
3. Knowledge of the grant development process, and federal and state rules and regulations.
4. Ability to work in a team environment and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with federal, state, and private funding sources.
5. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, including the ability to write grants, proposals and procedures.
6. Ability to analyze and interpret data and prepare detailed reports.
7. Must demonstrate strong organizational and time management skills.
8. Ability to use computer hardware and software applications including MS Office, email, internet and an ERP system (preferred).
Special Instructions to Applicants
The application form itself must be fully completed. Indicating “see resume” in blanks does not constitute a completed application and may result in disqualification. All application materials must be submitted online. Moraine Park Technical College conducts criminal arrest and conviction records checks on all management, supervisory and confidential, faculty support professional, temporary and adjunct faculty applications who are recommended for employment. Applicants with disabilities who need accommodations should contact the Human Resources Department, 920-924-3232 or TTY 920-929-2109. Applications accepted through the close of the business day (4:30 p.m.) of the closing date of the position posting. Moraine Park Technical College is an equal opportunity/access employer and educator.
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org, 920-924-6402. Please view our website at www.morainepark.edu .
Group Life Insurance
Group Health Insurance
Group Dental Insurance
Group Vision Insurance
Long Term Disability
Accumulative Sick Leave
Employee Assistance Program
Posting Detail Information
Open Until Filled