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ARPA Grants Analyst

St Augustine, FL, USA

Relocation expenses: Not paid

Full time
1 - 2 years of experience
Bachelor's Degree

Published on 4 Aug 2022

Expires on 25 Aug 2022

ARPA Grants Analyst

United Way of St. Johns County, Inc.

Position Title: ARPA Grants Analyst

Reports to: Director of Community Impact

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW, About United Way of St. Johns County

Serving both Putnam and St. Johns Counties, United Way of St. Johns County is the only organization that brings together agencies, businesses, organizations, faith-based groups, government and individuals to focus on the community problems that matter most. Partners share the vision and have the energy, passion, expertise and resources to get the work done. For 65 years, United Way-SJC has improved lives and built a strong, healthy community by strategically investing in quality programs, building partnerships, advocating for better policies, engaging the community and leveraging resources. Success is measured not by dollars raised, but by lives improved and changed. To learn more,


This position will be responsible for processing, expending, accounting, reporting, and auditing funds received through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The ARPA Grants Analyst will report directly to the Director of Community Impact and will be responsible for coordinating closely with the Finance Department and other United Way-SJC staff. **Funding and the need for the position will be reevaluated when the grant has ended approx Dec 2024.

United Way-SJC prioritizes and celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion in all its forms. This position values diversity in perspectives and experiences among colleagues and the residents of this city whom they serve.


The position will serve as the department liaison for COVID-related ARPA project subrecipients and contractors on matters related to budgets, billing/invoicing, record-keeping, and reporting.

The position will also perform the following related duties:

  • Coordinate contract implementation (consultation with agencies/assessing agency and community needs/resources);
  • Develop and facilitate risk assessment for Subreciepents (SR);
  • Develop and manage Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) process – NOFA application, workshop, consultation, review, recommendations and monitoring;
  • Develop grant workshop content – consultation, application process, ARPA eligibility and logic model training as needed;
  • Develop SR Agreement for grantees;
  • Develop and implement reporting process;
  • Pre-screen applicant reviews;
  • Provide consultation and technical assistance with agencies during app process;
  • Assist with consolidation of application scoring;
  • Provide support during project implementation and agency reporting;
  • Liaise with SR for deliverables, monitor SR program performance;
  • Support and monitor agency procurement and data submissions;
  • Manage project data, provide internal performance data, collect and monitor quarterly reports
  • Assist with consolidation of application scoring;

This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that United Way-SJC management may deem necessary from time to time. However, all duties performed by this position will be related to the administration of United Way-SJC grant projects funded by the American Rescue Plan Act.


Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration, Accounting, or Business Management from an accredited college or university required with a minimum of two (2) years’ work experience in community development/grant administration. An equivalent combination of work experience may be substituted. Experience in local government and/or federal grants management is preferred Analytical, quantitative and communications skills required. Knowledge of Microsoft office and grant software applications required. Knowledge of budgetary process, accounting principles and procedures, and local government structure required.


This position will regularly utilize independent judgment when standardized policies or procedures are not available. Incumbent should be able to function with little supervision and should be able to help establish and ensure that policies and procedures for United Way-SJC and St. Johns County are adhered to in an effective manner. Errors in judgment may cause inconsistencies and inconveniences, making for negative public perception and creating the potential for financial loss or liability.


Updated 8/2022