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Posted: 03/24/2016

Employer
History Colorado
State Historical Fund

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Position
Historic Preservation Grant Contracts Specialist I
Position #GCA-09216-HPGCS1
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Denver, CO
Details
$$2,930.00 - $3,223.00 Monthly
 

DESCRIPTION OF JOB:

The Historic Preservation Grant Contract Specialist I position exists to build, generate and

prepare contracts and contract amendments for the State Historical Fund grant awards program

to support and ensure compliance with the State of Colorado contracting rules and the State

Historical Fund policies and guidelines.

The Historic Preservation Grant Contract Specialist I:

Reviews and analyzes grant recipient financial reports to ensure financial compliance in the

use of public funds in accord with State of Colorado Fiscal Rules and the State Historical

Fund policies and guidelines.

Provides technical and administrative guidance to grant recipients and subcontractors for

contractual and financial compliance.

Assists with preservation grant management and project implementation.

Participates in the review and selection process for grant applications in addition to

analyzing project scope and budget.

Assists with processing grant encumbrances and grant payments using CORE.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS, SUBSTITUTIONS, CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT & APPEAL RIGHTS:

Education and Experience:

The successful candidate must possess a Bachelor's Degrees in Finance Business Administration,

Finance, Accounting, Public Administration, Historic Preservation or closely related field,

AND

A minimum of two (2) years experience working in a similar grants program, finance or

accounting.

OPen until
04/12/2016

How to apply
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Interested individuals are asked to submit a job application, letter of interest and three references using the online application system. Failure to submit references may cause you to be removed from consideration. Additional Requirements for this Position: Successful candidate must pass a criminal history background check prior to hire. Ability to regularly travel within the state, including overnight. HOW TO APPLY: Thank you for your interest. Submit an on-line application by visiting http://www.colorado.gov/jobs below or submit a State of Colorado Application for Announced Vacancy and all supplemental questions according to the instructions provided below. Failure to submit a complete and timely application may result in the rejection of your application. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that application materials are received by the appropriate Human Resources office before the closing date and time listed above. IF NOT APPLYING ON-LINE, SUBMIT APPLICATION TO: Online application is the preferred method of applying for this job. DEPARTMENT CONTACT INFORMATION: THE STATE OF COLORADO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Historic Preservation Grant Contracts Specialist I Supplemental Questionnaire * 1. What work experience do you have that required you to stay organized, meet deadlines, and follow rules and requirements? * 2. What is your customer service philosophy? *3. What motivates you when doing repetitive tasks? * Required
Jennifer Clayman
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