Associate Director of Grants Management and Compliance position is available at Partners in Health.
Reporting to the PIH Director of Grants Management and Compliance and working closely with the Senior Finance Manager, the PIH global finance team and program leadership, the Associate Director of Grants Management and Compliance will manage compliance with funder and PIH policies and procedures pertaining to implementation and reporting for restricted funding, including grants in support of PIH’s tuberculosis (TB) and non-communicable disease (NCD) programs.
- Develop, implement, and monitor processes to ensure financial and contractual compliance with grant requirements
- Facilitate internal PIH review of endTB and other grant financial status, for instance monthly status updates to PIH leadership.
- Build capacity of PIH field staff on compliance with both funder and PIH financial policies and procedures.
- Also, build capacity of staff at PIH Boston in all areas of restricted funding management including reporting (both PIH internal and funder) processes and partner and donor communications.
- Support program leadership in negotiation of awards, no cost extensions, carryover of funds, changes in key personnel, and other projectdevelopment and modification.
- Also, to facilitate PIH and donor audits, including an annual end TB project audit. Coordinate with the endTB team, PIH finance staff, and partner organizations to organize appropriate and timely information for the auditors.
- Furthermore, assist Director of Grants Management and Compliance on matters of efficient use of financial resources, grants compliance policy development,donor compliance and effective coordination with the PIH country teams.
Qualifications and Requirements
- 10 years of progressive experience with finance, contractual compliance and grants management of major Unitaid, USAID, Global Fund, World Bank,or other government or multilateral international grants.
- Degree in finance, accounting, business management or related discipline, Masters preferred.
- Ability to respond effectively and in a timely manner to complex inquiries from grantors, auditors and regulatory agencies.
- Ability to present information effectively to top management and project managers.
- Likewise, working knowledge of financial accounting and grants management software.
- Very strong financial and analytical skills.
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and oversee the work of other staff concurrently under deadline pressure and changing priorities.
- Willingness to travel occasionally.