Grantee Specialist in Dallas, TX at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Date Posted: 6/20/2018

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Job Description

Job Number: R0015548

Grantee Specialist

Key Role:
Provide intensive onsite training and technical assistance to grantees with program and management compliance findings identified through the federal monitoring process. Maintain regular and timely communication with the appropriate regional office staff and provide regular debriefing meetings following onsite visits, participation in risk management meetings, staffing, and other meetings. Work with grantees on concerns identified through the Regional Office oversight process and other data sources, including the Program Information Report (PIR), refunding application analysis, and monthly enrollment reporting. Provide grantees with training and technical assistance designed to help them strengthen their internal systems. Develop and provide training in topical areas to audiences, including Regional Office staff, grantees, and state partners. This position will require travel in 5 states, including AK, LA, NM, OK, and TX and will allow the ability to work from home for the remainder.
 

Basic Qualifications:
-5 years of experience with program design and management or fiscal operations for HS or EHS programs and the development and implementation of comprehensive management systems
-Experience with budgeting, multiple funding sources, HS circulars, cost principles, HS specific audits, and the fiscal role of the governing body
-Experience with analyzing and redesigning systems for grantees to improve the effectiveness and quality of program operations and help prioritize goals and objectives while providing ongoing process consultation or technical assistance
-Experience in assisting and working with grantees to successfully correct major compliance issues, address management and organizational structure changes, and provide technical assistance to governing bodies, including non-profit boards of directors
-Experience in working with school districts, community action programs, single purpose agencies, and government entities
-Knowledge of systems, governances, and program management in Head Start programs and Head Start performance standards and all applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, and other regulations
-Ability to read, write, and speak in Spanish
-BA or BS degree

Additional Qualifications:
-10 years of experience with relevant professional development
-Experience in a leadership role for a Head Start Program, including performing program design management and fiscal management preferred
-Experience with Web-based instructional applications, virtual meeting platforms, and disabilities, including social services or special education
-Experience with facilities and transportation management related to early childhood or school district settings
-Experience with data analysis
-Knowledge of Head Start performance standards and all applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations
-MA or MS degree preferred

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