Are you interested in helping Texas create communities that are more resilient in the face of future disasters?
Join the ICF team and make a difference!
Our growing Disaster Management Division makes BIG things happen every day. The Disaster Management division works with government agencies and communities to design and implement policies and programs to promote increased resilience to disasters and long-term housing, economic and infrastructure recovery after disaster strikes. Our functional expertise is in program management and operations, planning and preparedness, technical assistance and training, strategic communications and outreach, compliance and monitoring, and performance measurement and evaluation.
ICF is hiring a Grant Administrator to provide support ICF senior leadership, the Texas General Land Office (GLO), and GLO’s subrecipients in the implementation of the state’s Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) and CDBG Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) programs. This position will be in Austin, Texas.
- Successfully manage multiple priorities, project needs, and competing deadlines and rapidly adapt to changing production requirements and schedules.
- Work as part of a team providing expert services to support mitigation efforts with a focus on infrastructure, buyouts, housing assistance, and finance.
- Provide staff augmentation to GLO staff as needed to fill various roles related to the implementation of its CDBG-DR and CDBG-MIT programs.
- Provide guidance and expertise on federal regulations (CDBG-DR, cross-cutting federal requirements, duplication of benefits, etc.) and translate them into implementation of mitigation and recovery programs.
- Support subrecipient management and oversight functions.
- Analyze current processes and work with team leads to identify, document, and prioritize process improvements.
- Help refine program policies and procedures for implementation.
- Develop written products and tools for grantee policies and procedures, program implementation, and design.
- Bachelor’s degree or a high school diploma with a minimum of two years’ experience in federal grant administration.
- Demonstrated experience and comfort serving in a client-facing role.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, oral and written.
- Ability to take on new tasks with limited direction and develop effective approaches/solutions.
Working at ICF
Working at ICF means applying a passion for meaningful work with intellectual rigor to help solve the leading issues of our day. Smart, compassionate, innovative, committed, ICF employees tackle unprecedented challenges to benefit people, businesses, and governments around the globe. We believe in collaboration, mutual respect, open communication, and opportunity for growth. If you’re seeking to make a difference in the world, visit www.icf.com/careers to find your next career. ICF—together for tomorrow.
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