FEMA PA Grants Manager
ICF seeks a Grant Manager to join our team in the Los Angeles, California area. As a Grant Manager you will be responsible for providing data and fiscal management, monitoring schedules, and overseeing the obligation of FEMA Public Assistance (PA) funding on behalf of a local client.
- Manage and track project plan, budget, schedule, team, and resources for FEMA PA-funded programs.
- Create and review FEMA Project Worksheets (PWs) for eligibility, conduct reconciliations when needed, and provide financial oversight.
- Conduct reviews of documentation for eligibility and reasonableness of costs.
- Assist in documenting responses to requests from FEMA about identified issues.
- Develop requests for time extensions, if needed, including a plan and schedule for completion.
- Work with the client to prepare a revised scope, schedule, and budget for inclusion in a formal request for change orders.
- Assist in the appeals process, as required.
- Provide quarterly reports to the state and submit a written request for project closeout to FEMA.
- Provide oversight to ensure quality, completeness and on-time delivery of assigned tasks.
- Manage, organize and set priorities for grant specialists; monitor workloads and job assignments.
- Track and report on key metrics.
- Provide superior customer service and coordinate resolution of grant-related issues and concerns.
- Keep management team informed of issues, problems and resolutions.
- Support senior program staff in briefing, reporting, and coordinating activities with FEMA
- Participate in meetings with the grant management team, the client, FEMA and Cal OES
- Ensure that the services provided by the program team address recovery goals and support strong coordination with the appropriate entities involved in recovery efforts
- Ensure that all laws, rules, policies, procedures, and regulatory requirements are met
Qualifications and Education Requirements
- Strong analytical skills, Bachelor Degree preferred, however experience will be considered in lieu of degree.
- 10 years of experience with FEMA PA programs.
- Strong organization skills required.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Excellent time management skills.
Preferred Skills: MS Office, FEMA Grants Portal.
Working at ICF
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