The incumbent provides a variety of technical expertise, budgetary, planning, and administrative support functions vital to the administration of DEO's, CPR intramural and extramural budget.Learn more about this agency
As an Resource Management Specialist you will:
- Administer the Division's extramural budget and provides a variety of functions involving major grants, cooperative agreements, contracts, interagency agreements, and memoranda of agreement.
- Collect edit, tabulate, analyze, interpret, and disseminate qualitative and quantitative data related to fiscal policy, expenditure, and allocation issues.
- Develop acquisition requests (i.e., program announcements for grants and cooperative agreements, contract requests for proposals, memoranda of agreement, etc.).
- Serve as project officer and or Contract Office Representative (COR) for division cooperative agreements and/or contracts.
- Participate in the review of proposals, review of funding decisions to ensure they are reasonable and justified, negotiation of awards, and preparation of correspondence to post-award issues that arise, and ensures that all required sections and proper clearances are obtained and provided.
- Exercise management responsibilities related to the initiation, administration, and/or close-out of grants, and/or cooperative agreements, including responsibility for monitoring performance.
- Provide extensive analytical and operational assistance within Division in extramural budget formulation, effective utilization and monitoring of financial resources, formulation of long and short range objectives, and planning and evaluation systems as it relates to cooperative agreements and grants.
- Conduct on-site visits to provide technical expertise and assistance to state and local health officials and business offices regarding administration of grants, cooperative agreements and contracts administered by the Division.
- Respond to special requests from Congressional staff, OMB, and others regarding the Division's budget, fiscal policy, expenditures, and allocation of funds to support activities.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel 5% domestic for this position.
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