The Grants Management Specialist (GeMS) is responsible for managing grants administration operations. It is the responsibility of the GeMS to manage grantee contract requirements and performance; draft grant and other contracts; maintain grant records; monitor and report on grant strategy budgets; and ensure compliance with organizational and IRS rules and regulations. The GeMS serves as an employee‐at‐will of The Trust.
Supervise the small grants program and ensure that it is implemented as per program objectives and design.
Supervise the entire grant-making process; including review of proposals, the selection process, review of grantee financial documents and program reports, and closeout of small grants.
Develop and/or modify small grants manuals.
Ensure that Counterpart and donor rules and regulations vis-à-vis grants management are properly followed.
Skills & Competencies
Extensive familiarity with grants management software and several years of experience with the software and database in a responsible position
Demonstrated technology experience, providing administrative support to complex systems as well as overall system implementation management
Strong knowledge of and understanding of financial statements of nonprofit organizations, and has performed financial due diligence reviews of grantees
Understanding of the private foundation legal environment and tax-exempt status, including knowledge of expenditure responsibility requirements, and fiscal sponsor vs. fiscal agent
Demonstrated fiscal management skills, including budget management, developing and maintaining appropriate internal controls, and grant administration policies and procedures
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