GOH is seeking a Grants Management Consultant and Junior Project Manager who is extremely well-organized, detailed oriented, and a fast learner. Your primary responsibilities will be to assist federal program officers and the GOH project manager with the technical assistance, outreach and communications, performance monitoring, reporting, and closeout functions associated with the administration and management of federal grant programs.

Successful candidates will have at least 2 solid years of prior professional experience supporting the full federal grants management lifecycle and at least 2 solid years of experience serving in a management or technical lead role – preferably within the context of grants management support or other federal contracting environment. Experience with NTIA and/or NIST-administered grant programs a major plus. You must be an excellent and strategic communicator with experience serving as a project team lead and client-facing point-of-contact on federal contracts.

Job Function: Grants Management Professional and Technical Support

Job Division: Grants Management

Education: Bachelor’s Degree required

Experience: 2 – 4 years of experience directly relevant to the position

Location: Washington DC

Essential Functions: Serves as onsite (government site) task lead for post-award grants administration, outreach, technical assistance, and closeout task areas. Assists with conducting site visits and prepares outreach and technical assistance deliverables – including materials and content for workshops, project analyses, web content, FAQs, Fact Sheets, Webinars, Presentations, Brochures, Best Practice Guides, e-newsletters, infographics, etc. Reviews quarterly and final performance reports, prepares grants for closeout, and administers closeout procedures. Works closely with the Project Manager to assist with work order receipt and task allocations and distribution and perform quality control of deliverables. Serves as the secondary client and technical POC onsite.

Specific areas of expertise and experience include:
• Must have prior experience with:
• Post-award grants administration and monitoring, especially as it relates to compliance with federal grants and acquisition reporting and accountability policies, such as quarterly and annual reporting and financials
• Information collection activities and database management
• Communications, outreach, and/or technical assistance supporting existing grantees
• Technical writing, publication development, and graphic design
• Conducting site visits
• Grant close-out
• Graphic design skills a MAJOR plus
• Experience supporting the peer review process a plus, but not required.
• Must have prior work experience supporting federal grant programs and federal clients
• Prior experience developing and managing multi-task timelines
• Prior federal contract experience
• Resource and timeline management
• Must be extremely organized, detail oriented, and professional
• Must be able to reliably meet consecutive deadlines in fast-paced team environment
• Exceptional written and verbal communication
• Strong customer service skills
• Effective collaboration and communication with team members
• Must have high proficiency with computer programs including Microsoft products – particularly Excel, Word, SharePoint, Project, and Outlook.
• Demonstrated communications skills at all levels of management
• Must be able to work onsite at government agency and meet public trust security requirements

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