Youth Program Grant Coordinator
Available 9-5 Monday through Friday with evening and weekend flexibility. Full time, 40 hours per week, exempt position. Flexible schedule available. $36,400-$38,000 starting salary range, may be higher based on experience.
The following job description includes major responsibilities and expectations. This list is not all-inclusive; the incumbent may be expected to perform job-related duties other than those contained in this list.
The purpose of this position is to support the Asian Center’s Youth Program that serves 300-400 youth annually by ensuring that the program goals and grant objectives are being met, supporting the program staff in achieving those goals, and providing oversight of the program budget. This person will be responsible for coordinating various grants that fund the Asian Center’s Youth Program, monitoring grant compliance, overseeing the program budget, applying for new or renewed funding, and completing reports. This person will supervise and work closely with the full-time Youth Program Coordinator and part-time youth program staff to ensure fulfillment of grant requirements.
- Ensure we reach our financial and programmatic goals; learn and develop systems to ensure we are on track with spending and achieving grant outcomes
- Coordinate multiple grants that fund the Asian Center’s Youth Program: including being knowledgeable about all grant requirements, deadlines, funding restrictions, and budgets
- Confirm that all contacts and services with youth are documented in the appropriate spreadsheets and databases to meet grant requirements and for use in reports
- Provide oversight to interns and volunteers involved with youth programs, must be knowledgeable of policies and procedures governing interns and volunteers
- Attend and successfully complete all required training programs
- Work with Youth Program Coordinator to run weekly youth staff meetings, schedule regular check-ins with direct reports and with supervisor
- Act as a representative of the ACCC in public forums in a positive, knowledgeable, and professional manner
- May provide additional transportation in company vans, must complete van training
- May also provide some direct service to youth through running a program or providing mentoring/case management services
- May work with Volunteer Coordinator and Programs Manager to help train, assign, and manage volunteers and interns who assist with the Youth Program
- Experience running a grant-funded program or managing grants strongly preferred
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
- Must be able to work independently and demonstrate team-building, problem solving, time management, and decision making skills
- Communicate in a friendly and informative manner with people from a wide variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds
- Must have good computer skills and be proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel), Google Suite (Docs, Sheets, Calendar), etc.
- Flexible schedule
- Monthly health and wellness reimbursement
- SIMPLE IRA retirement plan, 2% employer contribution after 1 year
- 16 paid holidays, including 3 floating personal holidays
- Vacation- 80 hours per year in first year of employment
- Sick/personal leave, bereavement leave, and civic leave
- Family leave (paid family leave available after one year)
- Infant-at-Work Program
Applicants must submit a resume, cover letter, and contact information for three professional references to email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and will continue until the position is filled.