New job Main Street Grants Administrator in North Carolina
|Main Street Grants Administrator|
Main Street Grants Administrator
Company : North Carolina Dept of Commerce
Salary : $39,632 - $65,323 a year
Location : North Carolina
The North Carolina Department of Commerce is the state's lead agency for economic, community and workforce development. The department works with local, regional, national and international organizations to fulfill its mission to improve the economic well-being and quality of life for all North Carolinians.
The primary purpose of this position is to administer the close out of the Main Street Solutions Fund grant program, the administration of a National Park Service Façade Improvement grant in collaboration with the National Main Street Center, and a DHHS CDC recovery grant, other COVID recovery grant programs that may be applied for or arise, and provide strategic economic development planning and technical assistance, on behalf of the NC Main Street & Rural Planning Center.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Managing the application process, providing technical assistance to designated Main Street and rural communities, monitoring the grant funded projects and ensuring the program’s compliance and that of the grantees with federal and state environmental and legislative reporting requirements for the programs.
- Requires frequent interaction with community representatives and consultants, and collaboration with other Commerce staff and other state agencies.
In order to receive credit for the supplemental questions in which you answered yes, you must provide supporting information within the body of the application, to support your answer. Your application should also reflect all education and all professional work experience acquired including high school and all degrees.
Working knowledge of state and federal grant requirements.
- Knowledge of nonprofit and local government operations and structures.
- The ability to read a business plan and development pro forma is required.
Graduation from a four-year college or university and three years of experience, preferably in a field related to the specific program assignment;
an equivalent combination of training and experience.