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Organizational Description & Position Overview
Strategies to End Homelessness (STEH) is a nationally-recognized leader of a coordinated community effort to end homelessness in Greater Cincinnati. Since 2007, STEH has led a comprehensive system of care to prevent and eventually end homelessness in Cincinnati/Hamilton County. Working in partnership with 30 non-profit organizations, STEH coordinates a centralized emergency shelter hotline, homelessness prevention, street outreach, emergency shelter and housing solutions with the goal of ending homelessness.
STEH is hiring a full-time Compliance Specialist to work closely with the Compliance Director ensuring subrecipient grant compliance with local, state, and federal regulations, and to monitor program performance. The Compliance Specialist will be responsible for reviewing subaward agreements and participating in development and execution of subrecipient monitoring strategies. Programs include the Emergency Solutions Grant, the Continuum of Care Program, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS, and other homeless service programs as needed. The Compliance Specialist must maintain up-to-date knowledge of our subrecipients, federal regulations, performance goals, other issues of compliance, local systems and policies and be competent evaluating grant-related financial transactions and policies.
Essential Job Functions
- Participate in the completion of risk assessments for each subrecipient organization
- Develop and implement annual subrecipient monitoring plan and assist in the monitoring site visit
- Write evaluation reports and work with all relevant STEH staff to develop/implement corrective plans as necessary
- Review project subawards and agreements
- Stay apprised of legislative changes and their impact on the funded projects
- Research and interpret grant-specific and OMB regulations
- Ongoing assistance in continuous quality improvement of the monitoring process
- Maintain records and files in audit-ready format
- Ability to be flexible and adapt to/respond to change quickly
- Evaluate grant-related financial transactions and policies
- Review and record monthly subaward billings
Education & Certification
- High School Diploma or equivalent required; Associates or Bachelors Degree preferred
Knowledge & Experience
- Experience in a non-profit setting preferred
- Experience working with federal funding/regulatory compliance preferred
- Experience managing projects preferred
- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills required
- The person in this position will travel locally at least biweekly and will need reliable transportation.
- Health, dental, and disability insurance.
- Paid time off.
- Savings plan with company match.
Strategies to End Homelessness, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Interested and qualified candidates should send cover letter & resume to: HR@end-homelessness.org