In a support capacity to a government agency, the Program Analyst will provide support to grant programs that strengthen the integration of individuals new to the United States. The Program Analyst will support several aspects of program oversight including monitoring progress toward meeting program objectives, communicating key information to grantee staff, and ensuring funds are expended for appropriate activities that meet federal requirements. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in grants management, an interest in community development and engagement, and experience working with vulnerable populations.
Support the oversight of assigned grant program;
Monitor program performance and assist in the design/modification of monitoring protocols;
Oversee and manage site visits with agencies, associations, and other entities;
Provide guidance/technical assistance to grantees regarding strategies for improving project performance and overcoming identified obstacles;
Analyze grantees' program performance, financial reports and data relative to program objectives;
Enter relevant data (reports, actions, communications) into the grants management system;
Prepare written reports and recommendations for senior leadership;
Develop new funding announcements and support the independent review of grant applications;
Provide analytical support to inform organizational level decision making;
Prepare presentations for both formal and informal settings; and
Perform additional duties, as assigned.
This position is based in Washington DC and requires domestic travel 5-6 times a year on average. Travel will be reimbursed pursuant to the federal travel regulations.
Education/Equivalent Training Required
Requires BS/BA degree
Requires 5+ years of experience
Experience working with refugee populations and/or in multicultural settings.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to write succinctly in plain English.
Strong working knowledge of MS Office products; experience with SharePoint preferred.
Strong attention to detail, and the ability to track and prioritize several ongoing tasks.
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