Senior Program Manager-Grants
Posted on 1/30/2024
Mobilizes resources for critical public health protection
The CDC Foundation stands out for its unique role as the only entity authorized by Congress to mobilize private-sector resources to support the CDC's health protection mission, demonstrating its industry leadership and competitive advantage. Its culture of collaboration is evident in its partnerships with various organizations, corporations, and individuals, which have resulted in approximately 1,000 programs and over $740 million raised since 1995. The Foundation's technical innovation and commitment to public health are showcased in its recent initiatives, such as the development of a guide to help health departments better serve homeless populations, who are at a higher risk for infectious diseases.
Growth & Insights
6 month growth↑ 15%
1 year growth↑ 10%
2 year growth↑ 3%
West Virginia, USA
- Bachelor's degree from a college or university
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Exceptional project/program management skills
- Strong stakeholder engagement skills
- Experience in grant administration and budget management
- Provide direction in the administration of grants
- Manage functional aspects of preparing agency state plans
- Serve as a liaison between agency management and the federal government
- Identify agencies, communities, and services through data analysis and grant proposals
- Review applications and determine whether the grant will have the desired impact
- Monitor budget and grant to identify problem areas
- Develop and review grant applications
- Additional grant or public health-related experience
The CDC Foundation helps the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) save and improve lives by unleashing the power of collaboration between CDC, philanthropies, corporations, organizations and individuals to protect the health, safety and security of America and the world. The CDC Foundation is the go-to nonprofit authorized by Congress to mobilize philanthropic partners and private-sector resources to support CDC’s critical health protection mission. Since 1995, the CDC Foundation has raised over $1.9 billion and launched more than 1,300 programs impacting a variety of health threats from chronic disease conditions including cardiovascular disease and cancer, to infectious diseases like rotavirus and HIV, to emergency responses, including COVID-19 and Ebola. The CDC Foundation managed hundreds of programs in the United States and in more than 90 countries last year. Visit www.cdcfoundation.org for more information.
Position Title: Senior Program Manager-Grants
Salary: $74,000 plus benefits
Position End Date: 7/31/24
Location: Charleston, West Virginia (Onsite)
The CDC Foundation is seeking a Senior Program Manager. This position will collaborate with teams and individuals at the Jurisdictional Level and with nonprofit organizations and provide direction in the administration of state and local grants. The ideal candidate will have the ability to work with partners internal and external to health departments and to build or maintain strong relationships with all stakeholders. An ideal candidate for this role has juggled multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment, maintained a high level of professionalism, and crafted timely communications to and from multiple stakeholders, always taking the stakeholders’ needs into account.
• Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor’s degree. Additional grant or public health-related experience will substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills in writing, speaking, and presenting information; experience drafting and delivering executive-level presentations and communications.
• Exceptional project/program management skills and the ability to structure and manage multiple initiatives simultaneously and drive to completion in a fast-paced environment.
• Strong stakeholder engagement skills with the ability to influence without positional authority.
• Demonstrated ability to review financial plans and to submit grant budget requests to the appropriate agencies for approval.
• Provides direction in the administration of grants.
• Manages functional aspects of preparing agency state plans to include duties such as developing scopes of work, planning, and budgeting for grant contractors; developing new contracting partnerships; and ensuring plans meet grant guidelines.
• Reviews and recommends budget revision requests to agency budget specialists.
• Serves as a liaison between agency management and the federal government.
• Prepares modification and amendment requests to make changes to the grant agreement based on budget analysis.
• Identifies agencies, communities, and services through data analysis and grant proposals to address agency needs.
• Review applications and determine whether the grant will have the desired impact.
• Analyze laws and regulations governing program or technical area and apply them appropriately to resolve problems and assure compliance.
• Interpret laws and regulations governing program or technical area for participants and staff.
• Monitors changes in laws and regulations and advises participants and other staff.
• Monitors budget and grant to identify problem areas.
• Determines if programs are utilizing resources in an effective/efficient manner and develops plans to correct issues.
• Continuously monitors and analyzes spending to ensure compliance.
• Ensures funds are obligated in the required timeframe.
• May assist the Commissioner’s Office in formulating policy relating to state and federal statutes and regulations.
• Attends meetings and develops close working relationships with federal, state, and local officials.
• Responsible for developing and maintaining a functional system whereby all information is made available for consideration in state planning and budgeting efforts. Develops and reviews grant applications.
This role is involved in a dynamic public health program. As such, roles and responsibilities are subject to change as situations evolve. Roles and responsibilities listed above may be expanded upon or updated to match priorities and needs, once written approval is received by both the CDC Foundation and West Virginia, in order to best support the West Virginia DPH in their public health programming.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, mental or physical disabilities, veteran status, and all other characteristics protected by law.
We comply with all applicable laws including E.O. 11246 and the Vietnam Era Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 governing employment practices and do not discriminate on the basis of any unlawful criteria in accordance with 41 C.F.R. §§ 60-300.5(a)(12) and 60-741.5(a)(7). As a federal government contractor, we take affirmative action on behalf of protected veterans.
The CDC Foundation is a smoke-free environment.
Relocation expenses are not included.