ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR GRANTS & INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Under supervision of and in conjunction with the Director- Grants & Institutional Development, responsible for securing external grant funding from federal/state/local/and private agencies to generate revenue that supports the College’s strategic plan & priority goals. Support grant development process from initial planning through project completion to include research, writing major grant applications, pre-award coordination of all grant applications, post-award budget development and support for the Foundation, faculty/staff in charge of grant-funded projects, The Associate Director serves as a liaison with community members, elected officials, funding source program and contract officers, resource developers nationally, and community organizations.
Bachelor’s degree req’d or equiv combination of education/exper from which comparable knldge/abilities can be acquired. Master’s degree prfd. 5 yrs exper in pre-award and/or sponsored research admin in higher education, preferably community college setting, w/strong commitment to customer svce. Ability to interpret federal regs, procedures and/or compliance standards. Knldge of regulatory environ affecting grant funded projects (e.g.,Uniform Guidance) incldg research, tech assistance, prof’l devlmpt, consulting, etc. Ability to estab/maintain collaborative relationships w/diverse groups of stakeholders.
Annual Salary of $68,255 with benefits
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