Why Sheboygan County?
It is our imperative to remain an inclusive workplace. Sheboygan County is committed to attracting, supporting, and retaining a culturally diverse workforce that represents our community. Our team seeks a motivated professional who wants to use their talents and skills to make a difference. If you are mission-driven, able to diligently work independently and in a collaborative environment, we invite you to join our team as a Grant Coordinator.
Becoming a member of our growing team also means that YOU become our top priority. You will not only enjoy a dynamic work environment but a variety of perks including but not limited to the following:
◦ Generous benefits package and access to our free InHealth Clinic
◦ Time off: 15 vacation days upon hire, sick time and 10 paid holidays
◦ Other perks: Referral program, Wisconsin Retirement System, education discount, quarterly recognition awards, wellness program and much more
◦ Telecommuting arrangements may be made upon successful completion of the 6-month introductory period
◦ COVID-19 safety: Vaccination opportunities available free of charge
The Grant Coordinator will be responsible for all phases of grant lifecycles from pre-award to post-award. This position will act as a liaison for the established taskforces and collaborate with key stakeholders to meet the organization and community needs. Other duties include but are not limited to:
◦ Research grants available and discuss available sources of funding with administrative and taskforce members, seek any necessary approvals, and perform project management duties related to awarded grants, as well as the American Rescue Plan Act
◦ Draft, review, complete, and execute effective management and oversight of grants by completing all required reporting and documents
◦ Develop and maintain master files on grants and paperwork connected to programs funded by grants
The successful candidate will also meet the following requirements:
◦ Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, communications, or a related field
◦ Minimum of one year of grant-writing experience is required (three years or more is highly preferred)
◦ Thorough understanding of local, state, and federal funding sources, as well as the ability to locate potential sources for funding
◦ Ability to read, comprehend, organize, and follow instructions carefully and accurately, and work independently and reliably with limited direct supervision
◦ Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite or related software
◦ Excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as effective grant writing techniques and ability to make a clear presentation to a group of people is required
◦ Mathematical skills including the ability to analyze financial data, prepare budgets and reports, and monitor financial performance
◦ Ability to work effectively with a wide variety of people using good judgment, tact, and courtesy
**Note: This position will be evaluated annually and will sunset after 5 years as it is supported by ARPA dollars. The position may be continued based on performance, impact and funding availability.
Applications will be accepted through 5:00pm on Tuesday, November 30th 2021.