Grants Management Specialist
This series covers positions managing, supervising, leading, and/or performing grant management work.
- Vacancies filled under this public notice may have varying levels of promotion potential and supervisory level, if any.
- Positions may be filled as permanent, term, or temporary with a full-time or part-time work schedule.
As a Grants Management Specialist you may:
- Prepare documentation required for Funding Opportunity Announcements for financial assistance awards (grants and cooperative agreements). Negotiates all aspects of awards in accordance with applicable regulations. Provides expert advice on the mechanisms to develop agreements for highly specialized and complex research and development. Resolves conflicts regarding terms and conditions, intellectual property rights, cost-sharing provisions, and proprietary information provisions.
- Evaluate financial conditions, business integrity, ability, and capacity of financial assistance applicant to manage Federal funds. Perform cost/price analysis of applications, modifies/amends, and closeout awards as necessary. Prepare the most complex awards in accordance with DOE policies and procedures.
- Administer agreements during the pre-award, active, closeout and auditing stages and ensures compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and policies. Work closely with Project Directors throughout the award process to ensure the ultimate transaction will accomplish the intended programmatic mission and continues such effort throughout closeout.
- Interpret the impact of changes in applicable laws and regulations on the administration process. Identifies and resolves problems. Ensure award actions meet both the legal and supervisory review requirements. Project are typically multi-year in length with multiple budget periods, various funding sources, and several different partners.
- Implement policies and procedures in accordance with applicable regulations and guidance and serves as the focal point for interpretation of these policies and procedures with recipients and DOE program/project staff. Ensure that current, accurate, and complete data is entered into electronic data systems, as applicable. Participate, as needed, in process improvement teams, peer reviews of financial assistance actions, and performs collateral duty assignments.
Post expires at 7:00am on Friday March 1st, 2024