Compliance & Program Coordinator (Grant-funded programs) (F/T)
Seeking candidates for a full-time position. Anticipated Start Date: As soon as practical. This position is contingent on funding approval and will provide compliance and administrative support as a critical member of a small team for our grant-funded Criminal Law and Actual Innocence programs.
The ideal candidate is an energetic and intelligent team player who takes responsibility and pride in their work, and has previous training, experience and/or specific skills in reviewing, and evaluating, with accuracy, records, policies, documents, and/or expenses to ensure conformity with requirements and best practices. Must be organized and able to pay close attention to particulars and minimize error when working on multiple tasks or projects; be resourceful, a good problem solver and willing to take initiative or exercise judgment with assigned or team responsibilities; be collegial and able to begin tasks for others to finish and pick up tasks where another has left off; be able to use discretion and tact when communicating; and be able to constructively address the needs of conference speakers and participants.
This role will require significant direct contact with internal and external stakeholders. The Compliance & Program Coordinator will assist in all aspects of conference planning, promotion, facility setup, on-site administration, and post-conference administration, in addition to having distinct responsibilities maintaining data quality and accuracy of our program reporting, expense and document reviews, and other internal compliance controls.
Components of the position include:
- Grant Condition Compliance & Reporting
- Seminar/Conference Planning & Administration
Job Type: Full-time, Non-Exempt.
Standard Hours: 37.5 hours a week, Monday through Friday.
Compensation: Insurance and benefits are also available.
Visit http://bit.ly/3jl1Sq1 to submit your information, including a cover letter and resume. We kindly ask that you do not call or email our office directly. Priority consideration will be given to submissions received by March 2, 2023.