Director of Grants and Subcontracts
Chemonics Int'l Inc.
No. of Vacancies
- Establish and maintain a tracking system for preparation of Requests for Applications (RFAs) and Requests for Proposals (RFPs), evaluation of grant and subcontract proposals, grantee/subcontractor selection, awards, monitoring of grantee/subcontractor performance, and deliverable payments
- Establish and maintain procurement processes and a tracking system for subcontracts for IT and other technical procurements in coordination with AUHC procurement staff
- Provide guidance to staff on appropriate subcontract mechanisms for funding specific program activities
- Organize bidders' conferences as necessary in coordination with relevant project team members and management to ensure all potential bidders have a clear idea of the project's objectives and the purpose of RFA/RFPs
- Analyze grant applications, subcontractor proposals, and awards to ensure adherence to project management policies and procedures and Chemonics guidelines, as well as USAID rules and regulations
- Develop and ensure adherence to well-defined and articulated processes to mitigate conflict of interest issues
- Review, analyze, and negotiate grant and subcontract budgets
- Complete procurement documentation following procedures established in the grants manual and field office procurement manual
- Monitor project grantees and subcontractors to ensure compliance with USAID and Chemonics's administrative requirements, including conducting site visits for internal audits
- Mentor and/or provide targeted training to grantees and subcontractors
- Recommend improvements to grants and subcontract management policies, procedures, and practices, as necessary
- Provide direct supervision and oversight to grants and subcontracts associates, procurement specialist, and procurement officer
- Liaise with home office staff for compliance support as needed to ensure successful set-up of grant and subcontract activities
- Prepare and update funding pipelines in line with expected project results and outcomes and to inform budget forecasts
- Other duties as assigned by the DCOP
- Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, or other relevant field. Preferably a Master's degree.
At least 7 year(s)
- Good management and administrative skills, preferably with respect to managing grant and subcontract programs.
- Knowledge of approaches suitable for assessing grant-worthiness, as well as financial, administrative and program planning capacities.
- At least seven years professional experience in project operations and contracts/grants management in positions of increasing responsibility.
- At least five years' experience managing a grant portfolio greater than $12 million per year.
- Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with USAID rules and regulations and financial procedures
- Excellent communication, flexibility, and ability to multitask
- Bilingual in English and Bangla
- Good analytical ability and writing skill
Online job posting
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Application Deadline : Feb 22, 2018
Chemonics Int'l Inc.
Business : Chemonics International is a leading Washington D.C. based international development consulting firm with over 40 years of experience implementing United States Agency for International Development (USAID) projects in over 135 developing countries. Our fundamental goal is to achieve substantial and lasting impact - to make a difference in people`s lives.