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GA SHPO Grant Coordinator (Term), Community Affairs, Georgia Department of DCA (Atlanta, GA)
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Contributed By: Jennifer Dixon
Website: https://careers.georgia.gov/jobs/grant-coordinator-hurr-28889

GA SHPO Grant Coordinator (Term), Community Affairs, Georgia Department of DCA (Atlanta, GA)

Job Information:

Requisition ID: NAT00OY
Number of Openings: 1
Advertised Salary: $40,000-$45,000
Shift: Day Job
Posting End Date: Nov 6, 2022

Overview of Job

The Grant Coordinator HURR serves as the Hurricane Subgrant Coordinator. This term position oversees two subgrant programs that provide construction, research, and planning funding to local governments and non-profits for disaster recovery efforts from Hurricanes Irma and Michael. This term position will create subgrant program requirements, reporting, and training. The coordinator will manage the whole grant lifecycle from grant application, review, and award processes, to project support and review, to financial reporting, closeout, and compliance requirements. The coordinator will be the main point of contact for the grantees and will provide technical assistance and project management support. From the application, the coordinator will develop scope(s) of work, prepare contracts, review quarterly reporting and supporting documentation (survey reports, condition assessment reports, construction drawings, etc.) produced by grantees in coordination with staff subject area experts, and track grant financials and complete all annual reporting. The coordinator will also provide guidance and technical advice to applicants relative to required Section 106 and NEPA reviews. The term position will field inquiries from the public, publicize grant programs, and coordinate with the National Park Service as necessary. The coordinator will also assist in development of a grant database system and easement reporting/tracking. The term position will support other HPD program areas and participate in special projects as necessary. The position requires up to 30% travel. The term ends in 2026.


Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in history, architecture, historic preservation or a closely related field from an accredited college or university AND One year of experience in a directly related field OR two years of experience required at the lower-level Curator/Preservationist 2 (NRP031) or position equivalent.

Preferred Qualifications:

Preference may be given to applicants with one or more of the following qualifications:
• Completion of a master’s degree in Historic Preservation or closely related field.
• Strong project management skills including experience managing or distributing grants.
• Experience completing historic preservation reports and projects such as historic resource surveys, condition assessment reports, Section 106 reports.
• Understanding of state and federal grant requirements including the Historic Preservation Fund Grant Manual.
• Extensive experience in public speaking and relaying technical preservation information.
• Experience working with a core SHPO program such as Tax Incentives, National Register, CLG, or Environmental Review.
• Experience managing budgets and federal budgeting requirements.
• Experience interpreting construction drawings, plans, and the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.
• Understanding of preservation easement contracts and maintenance requirements

Submit a cover letter and resume, along with a state application, at https://careers.georgia.gov/jobs/grant-coordinator-hurr-28889

 


Keywords: job, historic preservation, grants

Posted: October 21, 2022
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