We are seeking a Director of Government Contracts to become part of our Project Hospitality team! You will be responsible for overseeing the application for and administration of government contracts, including writing grants for new funds, coordinating renewals and new contracts, production and distribution of contract summaries, and providing Fiscal, Program and Planning and Evaluation staff with contract management support.
Write and coordinate all aspects of the public grants process.
Coordinate timely and complete submission of government contract renewals, funder reports & response to funder requests for documentation including preparing program narratives, work scopes, and administrative documents as requested.
Coordinate timely submission of contract modifications, preparing programmatic sections as required.
Coordinate initial and renewal agreements with MCO’s and maintain communication with MCO’s.
Support Area and Program Directors to enhance their understanding of contract requirements.
Maintain electronic government contract list and systems for contract dissemination within the agency, ensuring access to information by all internal relevant parties.
Help clarify and resolve contract issues with funders.
Notify appropriate funders of relevant staff changes.
Oversee equipment disposal policies and procedures, contact funders, on behalf of programs, to arrange approval for disposition of equipment.
Represent Project Hospitality at relevant external committee meetings and report back as needed.
Serve as Administrator for HHS Accelerator, NYS Grants Gateway, SAGE & ESNAPS (HUD), Passport (NYC Vendex), NY State Vendor Certification, NYS Vendrep, CMS (OCFS), Emers (PHS), NY Statewide Information System (SFS), eCompas (HOPWA), and other systems as needed.
Assist with program certification applications and renewals.
Perform other duties as assigned.
BA/BS or equivalent experience required, as is experience in managing government contracts and familiarity with the agency’s funding sources.
Candidates must have excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication (both oral and written) skills, the ability to perform tasks with minimum supervision, and a firm commitment to meeting deadlines.
Computer skills are required, including MS Office, Adobe Pro, Google Systems, and online portals.
The ability to establish workload priorities and balance diverse projects and the ability to become a notary public in the state of New York.