Analyst I

Employment Type

: Full-Time


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This is a grant-funded position with funding continuation likely.

The hiring salary for this position is between $4,442 through $5,333 per month.

Analyst I

In this position, you will perform a wide variety of analytical duties and participate in administrative, financial, and compliance processes related to federal grants.

Essential Job Functions  - the basic job duties an employee must be able to perform:
  • Provide assistance to Community Development Staff in order to support the division's compliance with HUD grants
  • Complete technical reviews and checklists for electronic and physical files to achieve federal grant compliance
  • Assist with annual monitoring plan implementation, scheduling, tracking, and reporting
  • Utilize web-based software for community development based projects and programs
  • Complete other tasks and projects as assigned, related to City and federal grant requirements

  • We are looking for candidates who demonstrate:

    Knowledge of:
  • State or federal grant administration and compliance
  • Budgets, operations, basic accounting, and policies & procedures related to public or private organizations
  • Project management and/or non-profit program management
  • Tracking and evaluating project or program outcomes quantitatively and qualitatively

  • Ability to:
  • Apply regulations, policies, and guidance affecting the administration and implementation of federal grants
  • Use web-based software related to technical data entry and run queries for Community Development based programs and projects
  • Manage and prioritize multiple tasks or projects simultaneously
  • Demonstrate proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word and Excel
  • Analyze problems, identify solutions, and make recommendations
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships
  • Excel in a fast-paced office environment

  • Successful candidates will have:
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in public administration, community planning, business administration, project management, or related field

  • Ideal candidates will have:
  • State or federal grant administration or compliance experience

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