This position is responsible for managing the implementation and achievement of goals related to government grants. The Grants Program Manager reports to the Chief Program Officer
* Manage government grants to ensure compliance with program regulations and Alzheimer’s Association policies.
* Oversee relationships with subcontractors. Monitor activities to ensure compliance. Act as primary point of contact for subcontractors. Collaborate with Chief Finance Officer to manage accounts payable process and submission of reimbursement vouchers as related to government grants.
* Work with programs and services department staff and subcontractors to create a workflow for data collection that ensures accuracy and timely reporting.
* Produce monthly, quarterly and/or annual reports to funding sources. Create reports, analyze qualitative and quantitative data, and work with staff to track progress, illustrate trends and evaluate strategies to meet goals and objectives of all government grants.
* Provide direct supervision to team of Constituent Services Coordinators responsible for data entry and analysis.
* Collaborate with the Chief Program Officer to set annual outreach projections and activities.
* Consult with the New York State Department of Health Alzheimer’s Disease office to ensure compliance with government grants. Participate in meetings with the Coalition of New York State Alzheimer’s Association Chapters and chapter peers.
* Oversee compliance with state requirements and policies relating to grantees, including Minority and Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) program.
* Oversee evaluation activities as assigned.
* Maintain all files related to government grants.
* Assist with constituent relationship management database record management and maintenance. Ensure data integrity and act as liaison to Alzheimer’s Association CRM administrators.
* Serve on department management team and supervise staff.
* Other duties as assigned.
* Minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Master’s degree in public health, social work or other human services field preferred.
* Three years demonstrated ability in management and reporting for government grants.
* Expertise in database management, data analysis and reporting.
* Detail oriented with strong analytical, problem solving, and organizational skills.
* Ability to prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
* Interact with diverse populations in a sensitive and respectful manner.
* Display professionalism and respect to others when representing the Association and Chapter at internal and external functions.
* Ability to travel regularly throughout the Chapter area with some evening, weekend, and overnight travel required.
* Knowledge of New York State government and grant-reporting process.
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
* Excellent organizational skills.
* Ability to multi-task and prioritize work.
* Outgoing, positive, engaging and enthusiastic.
* Self-starter, able to work independently and problem solve.
* Strong ability to self-manage with significant strength in time management.
* Willingness to work some evenings and weekends.
* Ability to work on a team and develop relationships in the community.
* Detail-oriented, efficient, and able to multi-task.
* Strong listening skills; friendly, helpful manner with clients.
* Proficient in a Microsoft Office environment.
* Experience with Google Apps for Business.
* The Raiser’s Edge and/or other fundraising/CRM databases preferred.