Health Grant Coordinator
Responsible for management and coordination of all Health and Wellness grants. Provides regular status updates of grant progress to Health and Wellness leadership. Contributes to accomplishment of the Tribe's holistic health and wellness objectives for patients and families
? Responsible for all Health and Wellness grant management.
? Responsible for budget management, information gathering, report writing and submission and collaboration with requisite Health and Wellness staff utilizing grant funds.
? Maintains grant record and tracking database for all Health and Wellness grants.
? Develops and maintains master files on grants and paperwork connected to programs funded by grants.
? Facilitate interdepartmental coordination and communication on multi-departmental grant projects to ensure that grants are processed and administered in a timely manner and according to grant requirements.
? Develops forms, processes, procedures, and policies for the purpose of implementing a consistent grant application methodology.
? Monitors and coordinates the administration of post-award grants to ensure that budgeting and administrative policies, procedures, and agency requirements are being followed.
? Participates in meetings, workshops and seminars for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions.
? Coordinates grant applications with the Planning and Grants Development Manager.
? Coordinates with Planning and Grants Development Manger to compile necessary information for the application process through collaboration with other employees, database research, and other fact-finding actions and meetings.
? Coordinates funds receipt and invoicing for grants with applicable requirements.
? Performs a variety of other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Education, Experience, and Licenses:
? Requires a Bachelor's Degree in Business or Healthcare Administration, Social Sciences, Accounting or closely related field that demonstrates knowledge and skills related to healthcare. Requires a minimum of two (2) years of professional work experience with healthcare grant coordination, including applicable state and federal healthcare laws and regulations.
? OR equivalent combination of education, training or experience.
? Must maintain a valid Oregon driver's license or obtain one upon hire, qualify for the Tribe's vehicle insurance, and provide proof of personal vehicle insurance.
Qualifications, Registrations, and Certifications:
? Must have working knowledge of the Affordable Care Act, Indian Health Care Improvement Act, Medicare and Oregon Medicaid.
? Must have experience working with various governmental agencies.
? Ability to determine informational needs, to collect and analyze information, and to devise and develop statistical analyses and reports.
? Must have a working knowledge of the Privacy Act/HIPAA and its applications.
? Requires working knowledge and proficiency in use of office equipment and computer software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook.
? Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, business and telephone etiquette.
? Must have the ability to work at times with minimal supervision. Must have excellent organizational skills, attention to detail and record keeping skills.
? Knowledge of and sensitivity to Native American culture required.
Environmental Factors and Conditions/Physical Requirements:
? Continually requires the ability to express or receive detailed information or important instructions through oral communication.
? Continually requires working with fingers rather than the whole hand or arm. Requires repetitive movement of wrists, hands and/or fingers. Often requires walking or moving about to accomplish tasks.
? Requires standing and/or sitting for sustained periods of time, raising objects from a lower to a higher position and/or moving objects horizontally.
? Occasionally requires lifting of up to 10 pounds.
? Due to the nature of the interactions with other employees and the public we serve, employees may be required to provide documentation of, or receive, certain health vaccinations.
? This position is frequently subject to inside environmental conditions which provide protection from weather conditions, but not necessarily from temperature changes, and is occasionally subject to outside environmental conditions.
? May be called upon to serve as a Disaster Reservist during Emergencies, or when the Tribal Emergency Operations Center is opened.
? Local travel and is occasionally required. Travel outside of the state is occasionally required.
? Candidates for this position will be subject to criminal and character background checks and may be subject to fingerprinting.
The individual must perform the essential duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation efficiently and accurately without causing a significant safety threat to self or others. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required of all personnel so classified.