Are you familiar with state and federal grant programs, program management and analysis and looking for a position to utilize your knowledge?
If so, The Department of Military Affairs is hiring a Program and Policy Analyst position. We are located on the east side of Madison just north of the MATC Truax Campus on Wright Street. We are in a beautiful facility with a weight room and exercise facility, locker room, and a basketball court; all with free parking just outside the door. We offer an opportunity to work with a team of dedicated professionals, flexible schedules, and wonderful work/life balance; all for an organization with a truly worthwhile mission.
This position will serve as the program manager for the Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG), Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), and other related grants managed by Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM). This will include managing the programmatic implementation of the EMPG from time of federal application to close-out as well as management of the sub-recipient process and oversight. Position will also work closely with the WEM Planning Section to manage the programmatic deployment of the sub-recipient EPCRA grant from application to close-out.
If you'd like to see the position description, please send an email to the contact above.
∑ Position requires a valid driverís license as this position will be required to serve as a duty officer and operate state vehicles.
∑ All division employees may participate in emergency response exercises and may assist in the response to actual emergency situations, with little or no advance notice, for extended periods of time, including weekends and evenings.
Minimally qualified applicants will have training and experience in the following:
1. Grant application process, preparing award documents or monitoring.
2. Project lead or serving as the primary point of contact for a program area.
3. Interpreting programmatic guidance.
4. Providing technical assistance to customers.
5. Working in a team setting to develop and/or revise plans or procedures.
6. Considerable knowledge and experience working in MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Access) and Adobe.
Well qualified applicants will have experience in the following:
1. Grant management including application process, preparing grant award documents, and grant monitoring.
2. Developing and/or revising plans, reports and grant guidance independently.
3. Local, state, or federal emergency management agency/department
4. Program or project management.
You must apply online and take the assessment to be considered for this position. Click on the "Login to Apply" button at the top of this announcement. If you do not have a Wisc.Jobs account, you will need to create one. For instructions on how to create an account, click here. Application materials will not be accepted if received in an e-mail, as a hard copy, or a fax. You will be required to complete a civil service assessment by attaching a cover letter and resume. Your cover letter and resume will be considered the civil service assessment and will be used to determine your eligibility for this vacancy. Submitted materials will be evaluated by subject matter experts and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process.
Your letter of interest and resume are both limited to a maximum length of three (3) typed pages, single space, no smaller than 10 point font. Pages in excess of the specified limit will not be evaluated.
Permanent classified state employees who are eligible for consideration (transfer, voluntary demotion, or former employee as a reinstatement) should complete the application process.
Veterans with at least a 30% service-connected disability rating should contact the HR Specialist listed in this posting regarding eligibility for consideration under the non-competitive appointment process.