Cordia Resources is currently seeking a motivated and detail-oriented Grant Administrator for our non-profit client. As a Grant Administrator, you will play a crucial role in supporting budgeting, fund tracking, billing review, agreements, and purchase requisitions, ensuring the smooth operation of grant-funded programs.
Budgeting: Collaborate with project managers and finance team to develop and monitor project budgets, ensuring compliance with grant guidelines and financial regulations.
Fund Tracking: Maintain accurate records of grant funds, track expenditures, and prepare regular reports to stakeholders and funding agencies.
Billing Review: Review and verify billing submissions, ensuring accuracy and completeness before submission to funding agencies.
Agreements: Assist in the preparation, review, and execution of grant agreements and contracts, ensuring compliance with terms and conditions.
Purchase Requisitions: Process purchase requisitions related to grant-funded projects, coordinate with vendors, and ensure timely delivery of goods and services.
Compliance: Stay updated on grant regulations, guidelines, and reporting requirements, ensuring adherence to all compliance standards.
Reporting: Prepare and submit timely and accurate financial and programmatic reports to funding agencies as required.
Documentation: Maintain organized and up-to-date grant-related documentation, including budgets, invoices, contracts, and correspondence.
Collaboration: Collaborate with internal teams and external partners to gather necessary information and facilitate communication related to grant activities.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related field.
Proven experience in grant administration, budgeting, and financial management.
Strong analytical and numerical skills, with attention to detail.
Excellent organizational and time management abilities.
Proficiency in MS Office Suite; experience with grant management software is a plus.
Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team-oriented environment.