August 30, 2022

The Grant Administrator is responsible for developing, reviewing, researching, and reporting on grants that support the mission. The Grant Administrator prepares grant proposals and grant performance reporting to secure funding for the agency. Responsible for maintaining the agency’s client database and ensuring data quality, by training staff and providing on-going procedural updates. The Grant Administrator also assists with the creation and management of operating budgets and maintains detailed financial records associated with grant management under the supervision of the Executive Director.  This is a full time, long term opportunity located in Redding, CA.
Requirements of the Grant Administrator:
• Associate degree preferred. 
• One year of grant administrative experience within a non-profit organization. 
• One year experience utilizing a multi-faceted database. Experience with ServicePoint software a plus. 
• Proficiency with Microsoft Suite – Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. 
• Experience with Blackbaud accounting software a plus. 
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, including ability to speak effectively in public and facilitate group discussions as needed. 
• Ability to relate to others in a non-judgmental, empathetic, and supportive way. 
• Ability to work both independently and as a team member. 
• Ability to represent the business professionally on agency business, including willingness to adhere to agency dress code policy. 
• Ability to practice balance and self-care while meeting the demands of a crisis center. 
• Ability to maintain good rapport with Staff, Board Members, Volunteers and Donors. 
• Knowledge and support of issues as described in the Mission Statement. 
• Maintain a working knowledge of community resources. 
• Awareness of the various aspects of physical, sexual and emotional violence. 
• Access to reliable transportation. 
• Successful completion of a 66-hour domestic violence and sexual assault Crisis Intervention Counselor training (post-hiring requirement). 
• Ability to provide copy of valid California driver license, have reliable transportation, and submit current proof of vehicle insurance. 
• Ability to pass a background investigation, including willingness to be fingerprinted and undergo pre-employment drug testing. 
$19.00-$22.00 an hour, depending on experience
Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Responsibilities of the Grant Administrator:
• Responsible for preparing grant proposals, coordinating their preparation and ensuring they are submitted to the funding sources on a timely basis. Responsible for on-going grant reporting and overall grant management. 
• Search for and research funding sources to support the agency’s mission and/or expansion of services under that same umbrella; this could include participating in new programs, and projects with partnering agencies 
• Maintain a comprehensive grant log and contract/agreement log per funding pipeline and annual calendar. 
• Prepare statistical reports to funders, management, and board members when due or requested. 
• Implement data collection procedures that optimize efficiency, data quality, and integrity; this includes on-going training to staff per changes to practices and procedures. 
• Maintain database documentation procedures for continuous quality improvement. 
• Complete database support/help tickets in a timely manner. 
• Assist with creation and management of operating budgets and maintaining detailed financial records associated with grant management under the supervision of the Executive Director. 
• Establish professional relationships within community partners to ensure the quality of the agency’s network and local resources. 
• Act as the Custodian of Records on behalf of the business.
• Maintain project records and prepare all modifications to resolve various application issues for grant funds, including ensuring the implementation and tracking of special award conditions included in each award/subaward agreement, as needed, to maintain compliance. 
• Respond and contribute to the strategic and organizational needs of agency. 
• Present funding-related information to management and Board of Directors. 
• Create presentations for potential funding opportunities with public speaking requirements. 
• Provide technical assistance to program management and staff by referencing grant guidelines to ensure compliance. 
• Provide accounting functions within the accounting system as needed. 
• Cooperatively work with the agency management team for overall agency sustainability. 
• Embody the agency’s core values and operating principles. 
• Other duties as assigned. 
O2 Employment Services is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs to perform the essential functions of the position. This job appears on the O2 Staffing job board and Simpson University job board. 
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