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CDBG-DR Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting Analyst
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ICF seeks an experience Disaster Recover Grant Reporting Specialist to support in developing, maintaining, and managing a Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting system and plan of action in North Carolina. You will utilize your knowledge and understanding of the DRGR system with the ability to revise an existing action plan and budget. This position will be located near a client site in Raleigh, North Carolina.
- Generate and submit quarterly performance reports for review
- Assist in the distribution of DRGR access across the client’s staff as requested
- Develop best practices and process flow charts for reimbursement packet review, draw request review, and check processing and disbursement that ensure proper quality control, meet HUD’s requirements for documentation, and meet the client-directed ongoing timelines for draw request review and payment
- Provide in-depth ongoing training to staff regarding all HUD and federal cross-cutting regulations required for establishing systems and process flow charts that will meet HUD compliance
- Provide guidance on North Carolina’s policies and procedures for reimbursement request review regarding HUD guidelines, and help in the revision of existing draw procedures
- Produce draw-down requests for review and approval in DRGR
- Providing technical assistance and training to the client regarding requirements for use of DRGR
- Provide the client and/or the Department of Public Safety (DPS) with financial procedural support related to processing, reviewing, and drawing reimbursement requests through DRGR
To be considered for this role you will need:
- 3+ years direct experience in DRGR management and/or CDBG-DR financial management
- Demonstrated expertise in DRGR Action Plan development, experience in producing Quarterly Performance Reports, or a combination of skills and experience to provide Subject Matter Expertise
- Ability to become proficient in current financial policies and procedures and support processing of a revised or new draw through DRGR within one month of employment start date
- Ability to successfully complete the client’s staff training within two months of employment start date
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N Carolina Client Office (NC88)