Grants Analyst - Fiscal Consultant II

  • Company: Sarasota County Government
  • Location: Sarasota, Florida 34236 United States
  • Salary: $49,524 to $66,601
  • Date Posted: October 25, 2021
  • Closing Date: December 17, 2021


About Our Job This is professional and advanced work in developing, implementing, updating, analyzing and maintaining a multiyear fiscal plan including Operating, Capital, Grants, Modeling, Debt, Revenue Forecasting, Legislative Analysis and Special Projects. Work exercises independent judgment and discretion for decision making. Job duties, functions and qualifications satisfy criteria for exempt status as outlined under the Administrative Exemption in the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) Wage and Hour Regulations.

Primary responsible for performing tasks in the following areas: Grants Fiscal Management; Information Tracking, Analysis, and Reporting; and Internal/External Policy and Project Administration.

Job Description: Support grants fiscal operations. Compile and analyze project, grant, and financial data. Develop, monitor, and review financial calculations and reports. Prepare forecasts, projections, trends, revenue and cost analyses. Perform month-end reconciliations. Assist in establishing, modifying, and implementing grant and accounting procedures. Assist in establishing financial controls and systems for new grants/programs. Maintains all pertinent records, files and documents; assures completeness and accuracy consistent with external and internal audit requirements. Coordinates grant administration matters with Procurement, Risk, and Office of County Attorney and maintains contacts with various external grantors. Speaks authoritatively on grants administration matters as a representative of the County. Prepare databases to generate adequate grant and project reports for management. Organize and prepare required reports for capital projects and grants. Participate in the development of processes and procedures to track changes to capital projects and grants. Receive project updates and address project implementation activities and issues. Review Onesolution reporting functions for each department/division or grant account. Monitor anomalies with expenses or revenues. Analyze data and make recommendations for solutions, then execute solutions. Maintain data files to be used for future. Prepare and present written materials to transmit project and funding information. Assist in the preparation of Board and committee presentations. Review Onesolution reporting functions for each department/division or grant account. Research, analyze, and implement federal, state, and local rules and regulations. Provide feedback on the identification, establishment, and execution of department plans and policies. Participate in the implementation of department and inter-departmental systems, programs, or processes. Provide recommendations to promote financial and grant compliance. Participate in sensitive, technical, and special projects. Participate in internal and external reporting and audit requirements. Research, analyze, and implement federal, state, local rules, and regulations. Provide feedback on establishing, modifying, and implementing accounting procedures. Review technical documentation for the implementation of projects. Attend meetings for discussions of project progress. Analyze grant budgets to funding forecasting. Assist with the implementation of grant project. Assists in the development and helps conduct education meetings one on one and with large groups regarding Federal, State, and local policy and regulations as they pertain to grants. Partners with Business Units and/or other agencies. Participates on strategy teams across functional areas to develop innovative approaches for meeting fiscal challenges. Develops strong, facilitative relationships. Supports, educates and assists colleagues and customers in all phases of the fiscal planning.


Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration, Business, Finance, Economics, Statistics, or other related field and minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible professional experience. A Master's Degree in related field may be substituted for one year of the required experience. Related professional experience or certifications may substitute for the required education.

Preferred Qualification: Two (2) years of grant experience preferred.

Application Process


Contact Info

Phone: 941-861-5353
Closing Date: December 17, 2021