Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa is currently seeking interested applicants for the position of Grants Coordinator.The Grants Coordinator is responsible for coordinating competitive proposals for institution-wide external funding opportunities, providing technical assistance to faculty and employees in all aspects of pre- and post-award functions of externally funded programs, and researching developing trends and current funding opportunities to support institutional programs and initiatives. The coordinator works with internal and external groups to ensure compliance with funding requirements. Essential duties include: Encourage and support faculty and staff to engage in grantsmanship and facilitate professional development opportunities for employees in preparing grant proposals. Coordinate planning and development of competitive proposals for institution-wide programs. Assist principal investigators in writing proposals.
Edit proposals and/or provide consultative services for others preparing proposals for funding. Develop strategies to secure external funding to support institutional programs and initiatives. Develop and provide technical assistance to faculty and employees for the support of pre- and post- award functions, including grant implementation and management of externally funded programs. Monitor and ensure grant/college compliance in all aspects of grant implementation, management, and reporting in accordance with federal, state, municipal, institutional, and funding agency regulations, policies, and procedures. Manage institutional grants database. Maintain a central repository, or library, of past successful and unsuccessful proposals for reference and accountability purposes. Work with the Director of Institutional Research to identify, collect, and analyze data and provide information for decision-making. Oversee all grant activity for a multi-campus institution. Serve as Chair of the Institutional Grants Committee. Work as a team member in strategic planning to identify funding needs, increase the number of grant applications each year, and set goals for funding award amounts. Represent Northern in collaborative grant projects and statewide grants networks. Coordinate, prepare, and/or edit complex narrative and statistical reports, presentations, schedules, handbooks, newsletters, and promotional materials. Provide research assistance on special projects. Perform related duties as assigned. : Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills as well as expertise to accomplish the above essential duties and responsibilities are required. A minimum educational level of a bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) is required along with previous grant-related experience in higher education or non-profit organizations. Applicants will need to submit an application form available online at www.noc.edu, a letter of application, resume, transcripts, and three letters of professional reference to Northern Oklahoma College Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 310, Tonkawa, OK 74653. EOE