Overview

Tribal Communities Program Associate, Grants Management
National Children’s Alliance

Washington, DC 20002•Remote
$55,000 – $65,000 a year

TO APPLY:

Please email your resume and cover letter to recruiter (@) nonprofithr.com
When submitting your application via email, please title the subject line “NCA Tribal Communities Prog Assoc ”
Please title all attachments using the following format: “last name, first name – document name NCA” (ex. Doe, John-Resume NCA or Doe, Jane-Cover Letter NCA)
Job Title: Tribal Communities Program Associate, Grants Management

FLSA Status Exempt

Reports To: Director Grants Management

Date: August 2020

About the Organization

National Children’s Alliance (NCA) is the national association and accrediting body for Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs). Formed in 1988, NCA has been providing support, technical assistance, and quality assurance for CACs, while serving as a voice for abused children for more than 25 years.

Position Summary

A Tribal Communities Program Associate, Grants Management is responsible for grants management of the NCA pass-through grants that increase the capacity of CACs in Alaska and the Lower 48. The Tribal Communities Program Associate will monitor and provide technical assistance to the recipients of the American Indian Alaska Native (AIAN) sub-grant program.

The position works cooperatively with the staff in the Grants Department, led by the Director of Grants Management.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Grant Management

Responsible for assisting interested AIAN community members and Children’s Advocacy Centers in the grant application process.
Responsible for providing logistical support for the grant review and award process.
Responsible for managing grants portfolio and monitoring the grant projects for the full duration of the grant cycle.
Responsible for the fiscal oversight and close out of the grant year.
Responsible for conduction of internal audits and preparation for the independent and DOJ audits.
Other duties as assigned by the Director of Grants Management.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED

Experience and/or strong ties to AIAN communities within Alaska and the Lower 48 preferred.
Bachelor’s Degree
Good written and oral communication skills.
Positive, solution-focused, problem-solving orientation.
Ability to appropriately manage sensitive information and situations.
Ability to work independently while seeking appropriate guidance and feedback.
Prior knowledge of or work in a Children’s Advocacy Center or social services field helpful.
Detail-oriented with an understanding of quality assurance processes.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.
Knowledge of and experience with national associations helpful but not required.
Strong computer skills- experience with MS Office, strong Excel proficiency required.
WORK ENVIRONMENT/ PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Occasional travel.
May require lifting of up to 20lbs.
Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $55,000.00 – $65,000.00 per year

Benefits:

Dental Insurance
Disability Insurance
Employee Assistance Program
Flexible Schedule
Flexible Spending Account
Health Insurance
Paid Time Off
Parental Leave
Vision Insurance
Schedule:

Monday to Friday
Education:

Bachelor’s (Required)
Location:

Washington, DC (Preferred)
Work Location:

Fully Remote
Company’s website:

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Work Remotely:

Yes