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Contracts and Grants Analyst - Parks

Location: Riverside
Posted on: May 22, 2023

Job Description:

Salary: $38.22 - $45.70 Hourly $6,624.66 - $7,920.54 Monthly $79,495.94 - $95,046.43 Annually Location: Riverside, CA Description: The Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District is seeking an energetic, self-motivated, and detail-oriented individual to join our Planning and Development Division as a Contracts and Grants Analyst (CGA). This position will be located at Park District Headquarters in Jurupa Valley.The CGA will primarily be responsible for comprehensive grants management for the Park District. This will include researching grant opportunities, identifying opportunities that are a match with the Park District's organizational needs and/or capital improvements plan, managing an annual grants calendar, developing grant applications, coordinating with multiple individuals to gather all information necessary to complete applications, preparing reports for awarded grants, preparing requests for grant amendments, tracking budgets and expenditures against grants, and completing grant close-outsIdeal candidates will have knowledge of and previous experience with the governmental grants process. Desired qualities include excellent written and verbal communication, time management, and organizational skills, the ability to independently research and support funding requests, experience with program and budget development, and the ability to think creatively. Applicants with previous copy editor experience or relevant experience with local government and/or non-profit experience whom have a demonstrated track record of successful grant proposals are highly encouraged to apply.Please note: Physical -Exposure to various animals, insects and animal smells (lizards, skunks, rabbits, raccoons, etc.) may occur.Meet the Team!The Riverside County -Regional Park and Open-Space District -is a nationally accredited agency who strives to be the regional leader in improving lives through people, parks, places, and programs. Their mission is to acquire, protect, develop, manage, and interpret for the inspiration, use, and enjoyment of all people, a well-balanced system of areas of outstanding scenic, recreational, and historic importance. Qualifications: Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in business or public administration, or a closely related field. (Additional qualifying experience may substitute for up to two years of the required education on the basis of one year of full-time experience equaling 30 semester or 45 quarter units.)Experience: Three years of experience in preparing and managing state or federal purchases of service contracts; processing or preparing grant applications; conducting competitive bids; formulating policy and procedures; and negotiating contracts with private industry.Knowledge of: Grant proposal writing, application and monitoring techniques, policies and procedures; contract preparation and negotiation techniques; proper contract format; legal language used in contracts; working knowledge of governmental regulations regarding contracted services and competitive bidding process; county, state, and federal government general administrative structures and processes; principles of business and public administration; accounting and budgetary controls, basic analysis and research techniques; computer applications pertaining to procurement and business requirements; principles and practices of management and supervision.Ability to: Write clearly and accurately to identify and describe technical procedures, service delivery methodology and billing procedures; read, understand, interpret, and apply provisions of federal, state, and local legislation and regulations pertinent to contractual agreements for services; use communication skills and techniques required for contract negotiations; analyze and evaluate contracts, budgets, grant proposals, government grants and contractors performance/compliance; problem solving and resolving differences between contractors and the department; ability to direct and supervise the work of others; monitor contract services and assure quality.

Keywords: CALIFORNIA PARK & REC SOCIETY, Riverside , Contracts and Grants Analyst - Parks, Professions , Riverside, California

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