SAFETYNET is currently looking for a Grants Specialist to join our team. You may send your applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submissions is on January 31, 2021 at 11:59pm (GMT+8). Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Thank you.
Terms of Reference
Search for business opportunities for SAFETYNET Inc.
Identifying critical requirements (e.g. technical and financial resource, timelines) for each opportunity
Working with the Executive Director and technical team for conceptual approach, developing theory of change and the result framework
Coordinate with the Executive Director and Technical Team the development and delivery of complete proposals according to each donor requirements
Reviews application packages requesting acquisition/assistance for major and complex programs/projects and/or services, analyzes requirements and reviews instrument selection i.e. program descriptions are complete, and if the request meets ADS, Agency or USG policies.
Lead the preparation of response for solicitation documents such as Annual Program Statements (APS) and Requests for Applications (RFAs) in accordance with all appropriate Federal regulations, selects and includes correct required clauses or standard provisions, and transmits solicitations using Grants.gov.
Manage and coordinate the acquisition and assistance process, ensuring compliance with USG, USAID, USCDC and other funding grant regulations and policies.
Maintains award files and records, prepares reports, as required per Agency policy.
Lead the conduct of post‑award orientations to clarify issues on award requirements such as billing procedures, delivery schedules, terms and conditions, reporting requirements.
Negotiates extensions, price adjustments and modifications to awards.
Reviews completed official award file to determine that all contractual actions are satisfied and that there are no pending administrative actions to be resolved, that all file documents are signed, that there are no litigation actions pending and that the award is complete in every respect and ready to be administratively closed.
Clarifies and resolves technical and contractual issues and problems with grants, and guides staff on grant regulations and use of grant funding
Corresponds with representatives from local, regional, state, and federal agencies regarding matters involving grant status, funding, reporting, and requirements
Assist finance staff in researching and reviewing departmental financial records and reports
May conduct research, make recommendations, coordinate, and report on Grant applications and awards