Responsible for coordinating all aspects of grant development; monitoring of policies and activates that are relevant to the agency’s mission; conduct research and needs assessments, and planning of corporate facilities and special projects.
Key Essential Functions:
1. Grantsmanship: Seeking funding opportunities through document reviews, networking, internet and foundation research. Work with program staff to identify program needs and to develop program/project design and budgets; write and package grant proposals; monitor grant process and provide the necessary follow-up on grant applications (e.g. providing additional information, setting up meetings attending information, setting up meeting, attending hearings, etc.).
2. Grants/Contract Monitoring: Monitor agency’s compliance with contact reporting requirements, prepare and package contract progress reports as necessary; monitor and ensure that agency staff comply with reporting and other contracts requirements in a timely fashion. Prepare written materials and respond to inquiries from funding agencies, government agencies, foundations and other community-based organizations as requested.
3. Program planning, evaluation, and research: Work with departments in developing departmental program plans and/or new program concepts, collect and analyze internal data to determine efficiency (of what), collect and analyze external data on service area to determine community needs.
Four-year college degree in public health, business administration, city and regional planning, public policy or related field.
Experience in health planning in a community-based non-profit setting. Familiarity with the Asian community. Bicultural and bilingual in any Asian language.
Last updated 9/13/2019
Bilingual in any Asian language preferred.