Grants Program Director (Full-time)
Indiana Primary Health Care Association (IPHCA)
Indiana Primary Health Care Association’s mission is to champion the development and delivery of accessible, community-driven quality health care. We believe that access to health care is a right and serves as the state-level advocate and champion for Indiana’s Community Health Centers. We are dedicated to equipping community health centers with the tools, resources, and support needed to provide quality care to the uninsured and low income, and most vulnerable populations.
Are you looking to work for a small nonprofit where you can make a difference in the lives of millions of Hoosiers?
The staff at IPHCA are passionate, collaborative, and supportive. We are driven by our mission - to improve the lives of vulnerable Hoosiers by creating better pathways to excellent and accessible health care.
The Grants Program Director is a full-time position reporting to the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO).
Primary responsibilities include:
− Managing grant-related deliverables.
− Providing guidance to staff on grant-funded projects by utilizing project management tools and written and verbal communications.
− Identifying when grant projects require funder approval and coordinate the necessary documentation and change request process.
− Ensuring grant evaluations are conducted, analyzed and reported accurately, and disseminated to content leads.
− Reviewing and advising on grant effort reporting to ensure compliance and financial integrity.
− Facilitating coordination with Finance Department to ensure grant funds are expended within the budget period.
− Reviewing contracts for compliance with federal, state, and other agencies’ grant and contract provisions and ensuring contracts include the appropriate work statement.
− Creating and revising sub-recipient and subcontract agreements for grant programs and maintaining contract tracking to monitor contract end-dates and develop amendments and renewals.
− Supporting solicitation of Requests for Proposals for contract and consulting services.
− Responsible for internal grant tracking, evaluation, and reporting systems that ensure timely completion of grant deliverables and compliance.
− Responsible for researching and writing grant proposals and preparing documents for grant applications to ensure timely submission.
− Updating and maintaining IPHCA webpages, databases, and dashboards.
− Bachelor’s degree in Business or Health Administration, Public Health, Health Informatics, Non-profit Management, or other related field preferred. Master’s degree preferred. Work experience or a combination of education and experience may be considered in lieu of a Master’s degree.
− Must be a resident of the State of Indiana.
− Candidate should be familiar with databases and analytic tools, and be able to compile, analyze, and summarize qualitative and quantitative data in order to synthesize information into useful, concise documents/reports.
− Must be highly proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access, as well as being able to learn new applications quickly.
− Candidate should have the ability to conduct literature reviews on a variety of academic search engines.
− Candidate should be familiar with health policy, community health centers, and public health.
− The position also requires being a strong collaborator who works seamlessly with diverse and varied individuals and teams
− A leader who will initiate and carry projects through to completion
− Excellent written and verbal communication skills
− The starting salary for this position is based on relevant education and experience.
− Salary paid biweekly, and benefits, including health, vision, dental, and retirement benefits.
− Remote work will be considered as an option for this position
− Please email your resume and cover letter to [email protected]
− Subject line as Grants Program Director Search,
− The deadline for applications is March 15, 2021
− We are currently working remotely due to the pandemic; no phone calls, please.