Grants and Capacity Building Officer, USAID Nuru ya Mtoto Project at PATH

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Grants and Capacity Building Officer, USAID Nuru ya Mtoto Project

Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage all the phases of the project’s sub-granting processes from award through close-out, including pre-award assessments, preparing sub-award agreements, and securing internal approvals, reviewing requests for disbursement of cash requests for accuracy and compliance with the sub-agreements and monitoring and evaluating sub-grantees performance.
  • Determine capacity building needs for sub-grantees and work with various stakeholders (project leadership, programs, office of grants and contracts, finance, etc.) to design customized training packages, including post-training follow up and associated documentation.
  • Develop and execute a targeted, risk-based, compliance review and monitoring plan for sub-grantees.
  • Monitor sub-award periods and spending trends for sub-grantees and work with project teams to request and secure any modifications on a timely basis.
  • Ensure that all required sub-grantees documentation is filed in the sub-awards management Information System (Salesforce) and ensure that copies of supporting documents for sub-grantees expenses are available for audit.
  • Review monthly financial reports from the sub-grantees for compliance, accuracy, and completeness and make reimbursement requests.
  • Support sub-grantees audit process and take action to resolve findings contained in audit reports, such as cost items questioned or unresolved.
  • Prepare regular and ad hoc sub-awards management reports and analysis that are useful, efficient, and effective in supporting and informing decision making.
  • Ensure that the sub-grantees adhere to the sub-award terms and conditions.
  • Ensure effective channels of internal and external communications relating to sub-grants are established and respected.
  • Ensure the timely administration of all sub-award closeouts

Key Competencies required:

  • Partnership
  • Accountability
  • Stewardship
  • Integrity
  • Communication  

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Required Experience

  • A bachelors degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, Management, Auditing, Economics, or related field plus a full CPA qualification. A masters degree will be an added advantage.
  • Excellent report writing and presentation skills
  • Detail oriented; high degree of accuracy and strong analytical skills.
  • Ability to develop and implement training programs for multi-faceted audiences
  • Ability to interpret funding regulations and develop implementing procedures.
  • Experience in providing technical assistance to build organizational capacity of local organizations using tools such as organizational capacity assessments and Non-U.S. Organization Pre-Award Survey.
  • In depth knowledge of United States Government grant and procurement regulations, systems, and procedures for managing complex grant programs with many partners and beneficiaries
  • A minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience in the NGO sector.
  • Outstanding communication skills including interpersonal communications, problem solving, strong writing skills and fluency in English.
  • Advanced Knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook, Business World, Salesforce, and other Microsoft Office products highly desirable.


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