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As a Grants Management Specialist, GS-1109-12, you will:
-Review and process assigned applications, grants, cooperative agreements and leadership initiatives from the Theater/Musical Theater field and follow all applications through the Arts Endowment's complete process from application to Final Descriptive Report.
-Counsel applicants and prospective applicants about proposed projects in context of published guidelines and with knowledge of field activities and trends as well as agency funding history of specific projects.
-Assist Discipline Director in recommending appropriate experts from the Theater/Musical Theater field to serve as application reviewers and in all processing related to these determinations, an provide technical assistance, expertise, and consultation to advisory panelists as needed.
-Manage items related to special Theater/Musical Theater leadership initiatives that arise. (Duties might include managing series of meetings and convening's, webinar development and management and other work items as they occur as well as processing cooperative agreements, interagency agreements, contracts and other government documents).
-Serve as agency liaison with Theater/Musical Theater field; represent the agency at select conferences, meetings, and panels.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel 1 to 5 nights per month for this postion.
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