Do you have experience creating, monitoring and/or managing grant project budgets which require adherence to grant guidelines and documentation criteria? Are you also looking for a challenging career that helps make Illinois safer for families and unites others to end domestic violence? The Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence, a not for profit, statewide membership organization, is expanding its technical assistance program. This program provides resources, training and support to over 50 local domestic violence victims’ service organizations throughout Illinois, helping them provide the highest quality, victim-centered services to survivors of domestic violence and their children while adhering to government grant guidelines and requirements.
ICADV is seeking to fill its Program Fiscal Coordinator position to oversee and monitor the use of government funds in ICADV subrecipients, including budget review and monitoring; conducting desk audits of back up documentation on grant expenditures; and conducting onsite visits to agencies throughout Illinois. Successful applicants must demonstrate their ability to meet qualifications set forth in the job description and be able to thrive in a fast paced, cooperative, nonsmoking, feminist environment. While the job opportunity is located in Springfield, travel throughout Illinois is required.
Program Fiscal Coordinator is a full time, hourly position with generous benefits offered. This position requires familiarity with not for profit grant accounting procedures; basic understanding of grant accounting, including segregation of funds; and experience developing or managing project and/or agency budgets. Not for profit bookkeeping experience is a plus, but not required.
To apply, send resume with a cover letter explaining how your experience will specifically fit the needs of this opportunity. Application materials should be sent no later than April 21, 2017. ICADV is an equal opportunity employer and strives to achieve diversity among its staff which represents the diversity of the programs and individuals which it serves.