Program Coordinator

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $45,000
Maximum: $50,000



Start Date


Application Deadline



1415 N. Broad Street
Suite 116
United States


OICA is hiring a Program Coordinator to help ensure programming under OICA’s national re-entry program, SOAR, is operating in alignment with best practice models, federal regulations, and funder contracts. He/she works directly with executive leaders, program managers, and frontline staff.



1.     Financial Review

·        Acquire a good understanding of the allowable and unallowable expenses associated with the grant.

·        Collect and review monthly financial reports to ensure all expenses are allowable and reasonable.

·        Assist affiliates with budget development and modification.

·        Read and interpret financial statements.

2.     Program Liaison

·        Interact with affiliate leadership and staff to obtain regular program updates.

·        Direct TA requests to relevant OICA staff.

3.     Program Performance and Outcome Monitoring

·        Remain current on best practices in workforce development and re-entry.

·        Review monthly program reports to ensure program objectives are met.

·        Ensure fidelity of service delivery is aligned with the program model.

·        Coordinate with OICA and affiliate staff to develop interventions for poor performance.

·        Collect and review curriculums for training tracks and other program materials from affiliates.

·        Travel to perform on-site reviews.

·        Assist in the development of Policies & Procedures for affiliates.

4.     Contract administration

·        Review contract templates to ensure appropriate language is in it to protect OICA and to hold the parties accountable to the requirements of the grant.

·        Monitor the progress of each organization against its contractual obligations outlined in the respective contract.

5.     Regulation alignment

·        Review federal contracts and identify all legislation and regulations which govern the contract.

·        Be able to translate regulatory and legislative language to program staff.

·        Acquire a good understanding of the allowable and unallowable expenses associated with the grant.



The ideal candidate will be a fast learner with some background or experience in financial reviews, book keeping, program administration, quality assurance, contract administration, and performance monitoring. He/she has a graduate degree in law, finance, or the social sciences and one year of relevant work experience. Combinations of educational attainment and relevant experience will be considered. He/ she is detail oriented and able to conduct research and craft policy and procedure language. The applicant must be a team player and self-starter who works well in a team and understands the importance of taking initiative.

Level of Language Proficiency

English - proficient

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Please submit cover letter, resume and list of references.