EMGA - Emergency Management Grants Administrator
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Writes, coordinates, and maintains compliance for regional, statewide, and federal grants associated with the Charlotte Fire Department and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Emergency Management. This includes pre and post award grant management as well as program reimbursement for state and federal funding.
· Research grant opportunities.
· Writes and submits grant applications on behalf of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Emergency Management and the Charlotte Fire Department.
· Develops grant application calendar for all grant requests and reporting.
· Performs various general grant administration functions such as grant monitoring, plan changes, program evaluation, and annual reporting.
· Maintains grant monitoring and reconciliation in Munis.
· Works with both the grantor agency and the City to manage financial reporting and grant close outs.
· Works with appropriate departments to gather data for grant applications and reporting.
· Communicates relevant grant information (both technical and financial) with agency departments and all appropriate internal users.
· Provides oversight for the Emergency Management general fund budget.
· Reviews Purchasing Card transactions for the Emergency Management division.
· Enters requisitions, journal entries, and budget appropriations for the Emergency Management division.
· Provide oversight for travel requests for the Emergency Management division.
· Handles program reimbursements/recovery for state and federal funding sources; knowledge of state/federal recovery processes preferred.
· All other duties as assigned.
ADA and Other Requirements:
Positions in this class typically require grasping, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Concentrated and attentive use of one or more senses (visual, audio, and other sensory modalities) for proofreading, data entry, and tabulating data.
Work is performed in an indoor and some outdoor environment with moderate exposure to atmospheric conditions, moderate exposure to environmental conditions and frequent exposure to computer screens, files, and phone.
A four-year degree from an accredited institution and 3 years of experience in emergency management programs, grant writing, and/or emergency operations.
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