Grants and Compliance Coordinator
Details: Annual salary range is $45,000 - $55,000, depending on background and experience.
1825 San Pablo Avenue
National CAPACD seeks a Grants and Compliance Coordinator to support implementation and growth of programs that build pathways to economic opportunity for low- and moderate-income AAPIs across the nation.
The mission of the National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (National CAPACD) is to improve the quality of life for low-income Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). We are a coalition of more than 100 community-based organizations spanning 21 states and the Pacific Islands. Collectively, the coalition improves the lives of over two million AAPIs who live in poverty by providing voice, tools, and shared knowledge to drive change. The coalition focuses on promoting economic vitality, civic and political participation, and racial equity through a broad range of strategies, from community organizing to financial services to the creation of affordable housing and community institutions.
The Grants and Compliance Coordinator will support implementation of the organization’s economic vitality and community development programming. The Coordinator will work with other staff to monitor and administer sub-grants to National CAPACD’s members. More specifically, the Coordinator will be responsible for verifying and ensuring compliance with funder requirements by examining records, reports, operating practices, and documentation. This individual will be responsible for supporting the execution of all contracts and payments and will communicate regularly with sub-grant recipients to ensure their ongoing compliance with funder expectations. The Coordinator is also responsible for ensuring that National CAPACD’s fiscal intermediary activities are continually in alignment with the organization’s values, vision, and mission. Toward successful program implementation, the Coordinator will work with other staff to implement capacity building activities, and track, evaluate, and report on programmatic outcomes. The Coordinator works closely with other agency and program staff toward fulfilling programmatic and organizational strategic plans.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Coordinate with other staff to ensure successful grants management, including tracking and notification of reporting requirements and deadlines, providing support to properly classify incoming grant monies, and maintaining access to online grant platforms to ensure compliance and accuracy of information;
- Develop, maintain, and monitor systems for sub-grantee awards dissemination, contracting, and processing scholarship applications. Maintain all programmatic contractual paperwork and filing, including assisting in drafting and formatting agreements and ensuring their execution;
- Assist in monitoring quality assurance, grant and fiscal compliance through data collection, data entry and auditing data for accuracy; site visits, remote and invoicing reviews; and other related program evaluation activities. Support tracking and reporting on program outcomes and coordinating creation of reports;
- Cultivate relationships with members. Support provision and coordination of technical assistance and training resources to member organizations on a range of topics including service delivery, contract compliance, program development, and other needs as identified. Work with other program staff and local members as needed to develop work plans, conduct community assessments in the implementation of the programs;
- Contribute to program design to further evolve the work of the economic vitality and community development programs. Work with other program staff to identify markets and organizations that help fill gaps within the existing networks and meet the emerging needs of underserved in the AAPI community;
- Support activities and communications that identify and elevate best practices among network organizations and further the case for greater investment in AAPI communities, inclusive of convenings, meetings, webinars, Convention cohort sessions, documentation of client stories, and coordination/writing of articles and newsletters;
- Contribute to efforts that inform and shape National CAPACD’s policy agenda, including research and data collection and engaging members to identify existing and emerging community needs;
- Identify, plan, and execute on opportunities that allow for better coordination of work or information flow within programs team itself and across the organization;
- Create systems for and maintain documentation of program procedures and processes that will ensure retention of information;
- Implement specific projects and campaigns as assigned that support the work of the program networks and further National CAPACD’s mission.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience; at least one year of experience in a non-profit or other related organization; working knowledge of issues facing low-income, immigrant, and Limited English Proficient (LEP) communities; exceptional written and oral communications; ability to represent the organization with external partners; strong organizational, project management, and facilitation ability; excellent attention to detail and ability to prioritize and multi-task; and excellent analytical, problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
Experience with community development, asset building, small business, financial education or housing counseling; experience with grants management; or experience with graphic design software and copy editing.
Note: Overnight travel is required for this position.
The Grants and Compliance Coordinator is a full-time, exempt position based in Oakland, CA. Comprehensive benefits package includes health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance and 403(b) plan.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Please email cover letter and resume to apply[at]nationalcapacd.org, with Grants and Compliance Coordinator Application in the subject line.
National CAPACD is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People of color, members of the LGBTQ community, people with disabilities, and women are strongly encouraged to apply. No calls, please.