SUMMARY: 

This person is responsible to manage program compliance of programs within the CDD; including but limited to budget development, grant applications, grant monitoring/reporting/compliance, periodic reports, and other duties.  This person will also work closely with tribes, regional organizations, and other entities within the region to identify and pursue community development initiatives and funding opportunities, including those programs within the Community Development Division.  Person must be very organized; familiar with and understand the culture in the Y-K Delta; able to facilitate meetings with administration and various community stakeholders; gather and summarize large amounts of data; and prepare meaningful reports for stakeholders.

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS: including the following. Other duties as assigned.

  • Familiarity with Tribal Transportation Program (TTP), Housing Improvement Program (HIP), and Economic Development (ED) Program.
  • Responsible to implement CDD programs, accountable for compliance of programs, and development of budget and the strategic initiatives for the programs.
  • Collaborate with communities and region to arrange meetings with stakeholders, establish agenda, create and compile meeting packets and source documents needed to conduct effective meetings about community/regional development.
  • An understanding of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) pertinent to the programs within the Community Development Division.
  • Collaborate with peer Community Development Division Coordinators and other departments within AVCP to foster overall success of the division.
  • Implement various plans such as, but not limited to: Comprehensive Economic Development Strategies

(CEDS) Document, Tribal Long-Range Transportation Plans (LRTP), Tribal Transportation Improvement Plan (TTIP), AVCP Strategic Safety Plan, HIP Tribal Annual Performance Report (TAPR), etc.

  • Facilitates data gathering efforts in villages in the AVCP region, including but not limited to economic development, Tribal Transportation Safety Data, housing needs data, etc.
  • Compiles data and prepares information for presentations along with visual aids such as tables, graphs, power points, etc.
  • Compiles meeting reports including recording/recorded minutes, record of participation, meeting content, and outcomes.
  • Assists in the development various resources like fact sheets, summaries, supporting documents and justifications for different grant applications. Willing to assist communities in grant writing.
  • Ability to research and identify grants and/or projects or programs that would support community development efforts – both capital and operating.
  • Willing and able to travel extensively throughout the region and establish a network of resources and partners if support of community development.
  • Work with various partners to assist in development of concept papers, business plans, and financing opportunities for various initiatives.
  • Performs research as needed and compiles statistical reports for stakeholders.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Management of grants with our Community Development Division partners; application, implementation, reporting, and close-out.
  • Data Specialists, Planners, and potentially lead role among peers

ACCOMMODATION: 

The position requires the ability to carry out the noted essential job duties as outlined above. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the Family Service Center Administrator.

KNOWLEDGE AND COMPETENCIES:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.  Must be willing to work flexible hours as needed. Trustworthiness is required.  This position is subject to Native Preference per

 

P.L. 93-638.

Education:

Associate’s degree (A.A) or equivalent from a twoyear College or technical school. B.A preferred in Rural Development, Business Administration, or a related field

Skills:

Three to five years related experience and/or training Project management (construction and/or non- construction)

Proven record of managing grants and reporting concrete outcomes

Proven record of planning, organizing and coordinating activities.

Ability to work in a cross-cultural environment is required.

Must have strong written and verbal skills.

Fluency in Yup’ik or Cup’ik is strongly preferred. Aware of building codes pertinent to single family homes.

Strong interpersonal skills are required.

Familiarity with Yup’ik lifestyles is preferred

 

Teamwork

Strong interpersonal skills to work effectively within and outside of AVCP.

Exercises tact and diplomacy in working with other departments and agencies.

Planning/Organizing:

Prioritizes and plans work activities.

Uses time efficiently.

Plans for additional resources when needed.

Sets goals and objectives.

Organizes or schedules other people and their tasks.

Develops realistic action plans.

Computer Skills:

To perform this job successfully, the individual should have knowledge of Word Processing software, e-mail, and calendaring software such as Outlook Express.  

 

This position is a Grade 7 and has a Salary Range of:  $64,777 – $84,492

Job Posting Expiration Date: June 30, 2022

We hope to have this position filled by date listed above, if no qualified applicant is hired we may advertise an additional 30 days.