Grants & Reporting Coordinator #626-2024

THE DISTRICT/BRAZOS TRANSIT   Bryan, TX   Full-time     Management
Posted on February 3, 2024

Grants & Reporting Coordinator 




POSTING DATE: 1/30/2024

CLOSING DATE: Until Filled

POSTING #: 626-2024  

The position of Grants & Reporting Coordinator is responsible for completing grants and grant related documents, reports, procurements, contracts, and other administrative support.   Essential Functions • Serve as liaison with FTA and TxDOT. • Serve as the Custodian of Records for BTD. • Apply for grants funded through FTA, TxDOT, and other agencies. • Compile and submit required reports for FTA, TxDOT, and other funding agencies. • Maintain current inventory as required by state and federal agencies. • Coordinate advertising and legal notices with various vendors. • Create transit related documents and forms • Verify incoming invoices for accuracy and approve. • Work with Deputy CEO/General Manager and the Finance Coordinator to develop annual budget. • Ensure contracts are current with sub-contractors. • Ensure vendor files are current. • Enter data for transit services. • Create reports for staff when requested. • Verify scanning of manifest and signature logs scanned by designated staff member. • Maintain confidentiality of information and Professional Customer/Employee/Supervisor relations. • Maintain the standards of BTD, including but not limited to the Drug & Alcohol, ADA, EEO, Title VI, Code of Conduct and safety policies and procedures. • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and in a safe manner. • Additional duties as assigned.  

Education and Experience • An education equivalent with a high school diploma. • Continuing transit related courses. Updated May 2021 • Desktop publishing. • Three to five years of administrative experience.

Work Environment: Works in normal office environment. Occasional need for exposure to fumes, chemicals, solvents, etc. Rare need to work outdoors, in confined spaces, or exposed to extreme temperatures. Physical Requirements • Have constant need (66% - 100% of time) for sitting, finger dexterity, and for typing or writing. • Have occasional need (1% - 33% of time) for standing, walking, bending, stooping, squatting, grasping, gripping, or for driving or operating equipment. • Have rare need (less than 1% of time) for climbing stairs, lying down, pushing/pulling, reaching above shoulders, or for climbing ladders. Lifting/Carrying • Have frequent need (33% - 66% of time) to lift/carry under 10 pounds. • Have occasional need (1% - 33% of time) to lift/carry 10-25 pounds. • Have rare need (less than 1% of time) to lift/carry 26-150 pounds. Other Ability to see details and to see beyond arm’s length. Ability to hear and speak with other personnel to communicate effectively.

Optimum Qualifications: The successful candidate should have at a minimum good English communication and must also meet the aptitude requirements listed in this description. Exceptional organizational skills are needed. Candidate must be available at least one Saturday per year for training purposes.

Brazos Transit District is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against an employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, gender, age, marital status, national origin, or physical disability unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification. If you believe you have been discriminated against, you should notify the EEO Officer or the EEO Commission. Brazos Transit District is a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace.