Grant Analyst - Puerto Rico
The ICF Disaster Management division works with government agencies and communities to design and implement recovery programs and deliver increased resilience after a 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, implementation, and performance measurement and evaluation. Clients include states and localities administering HUD and FEMA funded disaster recovery and mitigation programs. We often work in close collaboration with ICF experts across the firm on related issues such as energy efficiency and green building, infrastructure, financial literacy, sustainable community development, and workforce development. All our work is done in a professional, collegial, and intellectual environment that allows individuals to pursue their passions and generate results.
ICF is hiring a Grant Analyst/Assistant to provide support to ICF senior leadership, local governments and nonprofit organizations in the implementation of the Puerto Rico’s Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) programs.
This position is based in Puerto Rico and could require travel to different municipalities.
- 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 services to support disaster recovery efforts with a focus on infrastructure and community development programs and projects.
- Ensure all program and project files are fully and accurately documented within the client and local governments’ systems of record.
- Perform initial review of invoices and draw requests for eligibility, per program policies and procedures
- Develop written products and tools for grantee policies and procedures, program implementation, and design.
- 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 create presentations and public-facing materials.
- Bachelor’s degree from executive secretarial or business school with a minimum of four (4) years’ experience in federal programs.
- Demonstrated experience and attention to detail in all work products.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, oral and written in both Spanish and English.
- Ability to take on new tasks with limited direction and develop effective approaches and solutions.
This job is a Section 3 eligible job opportunity. We encourage applications from individuals that are low income and/or living in Public Housing.
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