CDBG Project Manager - Government Services

Employer
Horne LLP
Location
Washington, DC
Posted
Jul 17, 2017
Closes
Aug 07, 2017
Industry
Other
Hours
Full Time
The Manager position is responsible for managing multiple projects simultaneously, and scheduling, staffing, and coordinating workflow. Managers develop and train staff, and make associations to develop new business for the Firm. Advanced technical skills along with well-developed and applied management and supervisory skills are required. This position exercises responsibilities associated with management and oversight of federal grants and programs related to disaster recovery. Primary Responsibilities: Coordinates and manages project work teams that implement strategies, processes and solutions. Proactively manages project budgets to ensure compliance and accountability. Works with state and local governmental entities to document and assess internal controls. Works with state agencies in developing proper procedures for grant pass-through responsibilities. Communicates progress of projects, problems, and resolutions to client. Researches and identifies complex program issues or problems. Makes recommendations for and coordinates resolutions and improvements. Provides leadership in negotiating with key federal, state, and local officials on controversial disaster recovery and financial issues. Attends meetings and confers with officials, state and localities, and other federal agencies, and professional groups. Required Skills Required Experience Required Skills: 3 to 5 years of HUD CDBG Management Experience required Proficiency in MS Office products including Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook Excellent written and oral communication skills High degree of attention to detail Ability to lead a team with excellent leadership skills Minimum Requirements: Bachelor's or Master's degree strongly preferred Minimum seven (7) years' related experience with progression in complexity and scope of assignments. Previous experience negotiating with key federal, state, and local officials on controversial disaster recovery and financial issues strongly preferred Ability to relocate Could require up to 100% travel and/or temporary or permanent relocation. Job Location Washington, DC