Contracts Grants Manager
Date: April 9, 2021
Primary Location: 100% telework may be authorized – Dayton, Ohio (Contractor Location)
Schedule: Full Time
Estimated Salary: 100K/year with all company benefits
About Monterey Consultants, Inc.:
Monterey is located at 5335 Far Hills Ave. Suite 311, Dayton, Ohio and is a subcontractor to QTC Management (a Leidos Company) who is the largest private provider of government-outsourced occupational health and disability examination services in the nation. For more than 30 years, QTC Management has delivered technology-driven independent medical examination solutions for various customers including federal, state and local government agencies; major corporations; third-party administrators; and private insurance companies.
Monterey Consultants, Inc. is looking to add a Contracts Manager with Grant Writing Experience. We are looking to hire an experienced Grant Evaluator/Writer to support our client at North’s Carolina’s Office of Rural Health (ORH), located within the Office of the Secretary. The organization’s mission is to increase access to care in rural and underserved areas of North Carolina through providing technical assistance to the health care safety net system and awarding grants and contracts to eligible health care entities. On average, ORH awards approximately 250 grants and contracts each year totaling over $28 million. The Grants Manager is responsible for ensuring all contract-related items – including payments and monitoring activities – are developed and administered in accordance with State and Federal guidelines. You will apply your experience in Federal or Public Sector Contracting to collaborate with team members in the ORH organization and develop relationships with key stakeholders.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Development of RFX (Requests for Applications, Requests for Proposals, Requests for Qualification, Requests for Quotes) for contracts required for response to COVID-19 and essential functions of ORH
- Drafting of contractual documents, including RFX, Statements of Work, justifications (as needed), amendments to existing contracts, Memoranda of Understanding
- Analysis of grant proposal responses to determine responsiveness, review of award recommendations made by evaluation teams, validation of evaluators proposal evaluations
- Assurance of accurate and timely payments to contractors in accordance with executed contracts
- Developing relationships and collaborating with key stakeholders.
- Displaying adherence to client’s mission.
- Identifying grant funding opportunities.
- Maintaining records in hard copies and computer databases
- Manage processes and procedures to ensure timely and quality completion of work according to clients’ contractual obligations
- Responsible for the daily operational workflow, to include communication with external and internal customers
- Manage processes focused on effective customer service, ensure immediate escalation of issues, and participate in daily meetings with the client
- Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned
Minimum Qualifications & Competencies
- Bachelor’s degree (Required)
- Federal/State Contracting Experience, 5 years (Required)
- Grant Writing Experience, 5 years (Required)
- Procurement/Contracting Certification e.g., DAWIA, FAC-C, CPCM, etc. (Desired)
- Possess excellent organizational and follow up skills, with a strong attention to detail
- Developing and drafting of procurement documents without templates or forms
- Ability to interpret and apply procurement rules/regulations
- Ability to draft complex contract documents
- Ability to clearly communicate with internal stakeholders to assist with requirements definitions and development
- Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal
- Ability to work independently with minimum guidance
- Excellent Microsoft Teams and MS Office Suite, including Word, Access, and Excel skills (e.g. creating Tables of Contents, resolving complex formatting issues, creating spreadsheets and formulae to track expenditures)
Physical and Mental Requirements:
The physical and mental requirements and abilities described herein represent those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Specific mental requirements and abilities essential to the performance of this position include but are not intended to be all-inclusive: reading comprehension and writing capabilities, adaptability, analyzing, assessing, calculating, decision-making, good judgment, social skills, ability to follow instructions, and self-management.
Specific physical requirements and abilities essential to the performance of this position include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arm. The employee is occasionally required to walk and stop, kneel, crouch, crawl, or lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.
This job description supersedes all prior job descriptions and is intended to describe the general content and essential requirements for the position listed above. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of requirements, duties and responsibilities. Management reserves the right to add or change the duties of this position as required at any time.