To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values - integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion - must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.
The primary responsibility of the Sr Associate for YNHHS-GRO is to identify and submit grants and proposals to state and federal agencies for programs that benefit and align with the strategic priorities of YNHHS and its delivery networks. The Sr Associate reports to the Assoc Director, Pre-Award, Grants Resource Office and works under his/her immediate direction.
- 1. Identify state and federal grant opportunities that align with YNHHS strategic priorities and complete initial vetting of opportunities in accordance to GRO Pre-award procedures or as directed by GRO Pre-award leadership
- 2. Prepare all required grant application forms, including obtaining appropriate signatures.
- 3. Prepare assigned grant narrative sections from the solicitation including a project specific writing outline to distribute to clients that aligns with solicitation order and formatting guidance
- 4. Prepare grant budgets, as assigned.
- 5. Prepare letters of support/commitment, send to appropriate partners and follow up as needed to ensure timely receipt.
- 6. Send, collect, and verify sub-recipient intake documents to identified grant subcontractors, internal clients, and external partners as needed
- 7. Send, collect and archive GRO customer satisfaction surveys and other feedback documentation or data as designated by Pre-award Director.
- 8. Prepare and circulate agendas and/or minutes of team and client meetings, as assigned.
- 9. Coordinate required partner and project meetings, preparing agendas, coordinating logistical arrangements, preparing meeting materials, taking minutes and coordinating appropriate follow-up actions for meeting and identified next steps.
- 10. Engage in community and partner activity as related to grant project planning and support.
- 11. Participate in attending professional development activities that support grant work as directed.
- 12. Assist in the development of internal resources including but not limited to professional development or resource materials for clients
- 13. Maintain active registration and enrollment in identified databases required to accomplish work duties (including but not limited to: Grants.gov, eRACommons, EHB, Bizznet, ASSIST, Meditract, and other); sustain mastery in use of these systems when new or upgraded
- 14. Inform immediate GRO leadership of grant activity and project/client developments that impact organizational preparedness
- 15. Perform other related duties as required and/or assigned
Minimum of a Bachelor's degree required.
Minimum of 5 years experience with state and federal grant submissions. Demonstrated ability to quickly grasp new concepts related to healthcare delivery and to work with a diverse, technically complex group of internal and external stakeholders is essential.
Must have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written..
Excellent command of MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Adobe. Familiarity with Microsoft Project is preferred. Proven capability to guide subject matter experts through grant development process. Ability to coach other staff to enhance their written materials. Strong quality assurance and quality improvement orientation.