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Our Disaster Management team in Puerto Rico is growing!
ICF seeks a Grant Analysts to support Disaster Recovery efforts in Puerto Rico. In this immediately
Role and Responsibilities:
• Review of the current obligated project worksheet for validation of the eligible scope of work and cost.
• Validation of the submitted procurement, invoice and supporting documentation against the project worksheet scope of work to ensure alignment.
• Research and review relevant regulations and policies that support eligibility or denial.
• Interact with technical team as necessary to discuss concerns or challenges with recommendations.
• Update the COR3 system of record with all recommendations, status notes Request for information to ensure visibility of RFR/RFA assignments that are in process.
• Keep Unit Lead, Team Lead & Operations Manager informed on issues, problems & resolutions.• Superior customer service skill set, ability to listen, facilitate and negotiate problems.
Qualifications and Education Requirements:
• 2+ years professional experience• 2+ years experience with MS Office (Word, Excel)
• Bi-Lingual English and Spanish
• Bachelor's degree
• 2+ years experience in Accounting, Finance and/or Auditing
• Prior experience FEMA
• Experience with grant management
• Strong analytical skills
• Strong organization skills• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Working at ICF
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