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Senior Grants Analyst #28391

Senior Grants Analyst

Salary: $70K - $80K

5 years of experience working with grants and experience with audits and subrecipients monitoring required

Our client will only consider Boston residents 

A health department is looking to hire an experienced Senior Grants Analyst to oversee the financial management and compliance of all sponsored grants and contracts awarded. Apply if you have experience working with grants, audits and subrecipients.


  • Senior Grants Analyst will provide financial and grant management oversight and leadership to the post-award grants team as well as the programmatic staff while ensuring that the department meets the terms and conditions of the sponsors/funders by tracking and meeting report deadlines, managing audit compliance, and implementing policies and procedures
  • Review new/revised grants/contracts set-up requirements within accounting system for accuracy and compliance
  • Reconcile discrepancies with the Accounting department
  • Prepare detailed, accurate, timely, and quality financial analyses of grant transactions
  • Ensure cost-share budget and expense reports comply with cost-sharing policy and are available for audit
  • Review of project expenditures, including fringe benefit and facilities and administration costs
  • Process invoices to grantor agencies/funders in a timely manner, and monitor collection of grant receivables
  • Serve as an expert liaison for Post-Award Grants, assisting with subaward determinations and subaward risk assessments
  • Assist in the preparation of grant/contract financial reports or invoices that require confirmation of completion of deliverables prior to submission or any required supplemental information


  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, business, or another related field
  • 5 years of experience working with grants and experience with audits and subrecipients monitoring
  • Experience in the management of accounting/fiscal activities of a governmental grant program and/or a master's degree in a related field with post-award/departmental research administration experience
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the Federal Uniform Grant Guidance, OMB 2 CFR 200
  • Extensive understanding of related federal and state rules, regulations, policies, and procedures as well as the ability to interpret those of other sponsoring agencies, including federal subaward monitoring policies
  • Experience with Microsoft Great Plains 2018 or ReQlogic requisitioning software a plus
  • Ability to solve problems, think logically, take initiative, and pay attention to detail

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