Community Development Financial Coordinator – City of Greenville

Opening Date: October 1, 2017                    Closing Date: October 27, 2017

Position: Community Development Financial Coordinator, City of Greenville

Salary Range: $41,870 – $64,896

Job Summary: Responsible for managing funds related to various federal, state, local and private grants received by the City including, but not limited to the Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnership Program, HUD, EPA,  and administering budgeting and expenditures.  Work with OMB staff to ensure compliance with City’s financial policies and procedures as well as federal compliance, annual single audits and federal monitoring visits.  Prepare and submit required reports to the appropriate funding agency; administer the appropriate financial management program for each funding agency, (i.e., HUD’s IDIS and EPA’s ASAP applications.)  Work with Community Planner to prepare and submit the one-year Annual Action Plan, the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) and Consolidated Plan.  Oversee the organizations that receive funding from the City and support successful accomplishment of performance goals.  Prepare draft funding agreements, review requests for payment, conduct desk monitoring reviews throughout the year, manage grant close out and completion of reporting.  Work with City’s Grants Coordinator to research funding opportunities at the local, state and federal levels and prepare grant applications and proposals.  Manage and work with Community Development and other City staff to manage successful implementation of grant funding.

Minimum Qualifications and Other Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Planning, Public Administration or Social Science is required. Master’s degree preferred. Over two (2) years of experience in Accounting, Financial Management, Grants Management or related field is required. Experience working with HUD-funded programs preferred.

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