CD GRANTS COORDINATOR/MANAGER
SALARY: $5,451-$6,626 Per Month (Analyst I) DEADLINE TO APPLY: Open Until Filled
$6,219-$7,559 Per Month (Analyst II)
Under general supervision of the director of Community Development, plans, organizes, and manages the City’s grants programs; seeks out grants and prepares funding applications; administers the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) program; and administers other federal and state and funding programs from granting agencies in support of various City projects and programs.
Community Development/Management Analyst I (Grants Coordinator): This is a journey-level class in the Analyst series and is distinguished from the advanced journey level class by the performance of the more routine tasks and duties assigned to positions within the series. Employees at this level are not expected to perform with the same independence of direction and judgment of matters allocated to the advanced journey level. As knowledge and work becomes broader in scope, assignments are more varied and are performed under more general direction. This class is alternately staffed with Community Development/Management Analyst II (Grants Manager) and incumbents may advance to the higher-level class after gaining the knowledge, skills, and expertise that meet the qualifications for and demonstrating the ability to perform the work of the higher-level class.
Community Development/Management Analyst II (Grants Manager): This is an advanced journey-level class in the Analyst series responsible for performing a broad range of grants management activities. The duties performed require considerable discretion and latitude of judgment in the administration and implementation of grants activities, including development of grants procedures. The incumbent may exercise lead direction to Departmental and other City staff on grants activities.
This recruitment contains a supplemental questionnaire that must be turned in with the application form. To download the application and questionnaire, visit www.cityofukiah.com/jobs and locate the associated job posting. Applications must be filled out completely and received by the Human Resources Department. Applications will be reviewed by a screening committee and those applicants who appear to be among the best qualified will be selected for the examination
process. This process may include a variety of techniques designed to test applicants’ knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job. An eligibility list will be established by ranking candidates by their overall score and a selection will be made from the candidates on this list. All employment offers are subject to a city-paid physical examination and a thorough reference and background check.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
These examples are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The examples of work performed are neither restricted to nor all-encompassing of the duties to be performed under this job title.
- Identify appropriate grant opportunities; research and prepare grant proposals; outline plans, strategies, goals, and objectives; organize public hearings on community needs and responsive proposals.
- Coordinate the planning, implementation and ongoing administration of grants and grant funded programs and projects; allocate funding and coordinate funding deadlines; prepare reports involving grant performance, including but not limited to expenditures, activity levels, outcomes, and goals.
- Administer CDBG and HOME programs and assist in administering the Ukiah Housing Trust Fund.
- Prepare various financial, real estate, and legal documents related to loans, deeds, liens, and grants, including but not limited to loan summary reports, loan underwriting, and closing documents.
- Coordinate and monitor the work of contractors, inspectors, and grant subrecipients. May require visits to construction and work sites to monitor compliance with federal laws and regulations.
- Coordinate with other City Departments, homeowners, real estate professionals, nonprofits, and contractors to deliver grant and loan program materials efficiently and effectively.
- Process regulatory documentation, respond to inquiries from internal and external sources, present written and oral reports on administrative and policy subjects.
- Update databases and tracking systems related to the Grants Program Division and Department.
- Make presentations to executive staff and the City Council.
- Respect the value of diversity in the workplace and the community.
Community Development/Management Analyst I (Grants Coordinator)
- A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, Business, Finance, Economics, Community/Economic Development, or a related field and two (2) years of full-time professional government or nonprofit experience in grants management, community/economic development, or other closely related
- Possession of a valid Class C California Driver's License.
Community Development/Management Analyst II (Grants Manager)
- A Bachelor’s degree (Master’s Degree is desirable) from an accredited college or university in Public
- Administration, Business, Finance, Economics, Community/Economic Development, or a related field, and four (4) years of professional government or nonprofit experience in grants management, community/economic development, or other closely related profession. Possession of a valid Class C California Driver's License.
Related experience may be substituted for the education at a rate of two (2) years of experience to one (1) year of education. A Master’s degree in Public Administration, Business, Finance, or Community/Economic Development may be substituted for up to one (1) year of the required experience.