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Data Entry/Technical Monitor

 

AAHA is seeking a well-organized, task oriented, and dependable Data Entry/Technical Monitor to assist with data entry and monitoring of Training and Technical Assistance associated with the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) cooperative agreement.    

 

Duties will include, but are not limited to: data entry into online federal database, meeting coordination with contractors and Tribal organizations, tracking and reporting on numerous tasks and outcomes, administrative and logistical coordination of trainings and technical assistance engagements, and other duties as required.

 

 

Qualifications

To apply, please submit your cover letter, resume, and references
  • 2-5 years’ experience with data entry, project management and/or working with federally funded programs.

  • Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills, well organized, task oriented and a demonstrated ability to work independently.

  • Experience working within a federally/grant funded project, complying with grant requirements and submitting reports.

  • Experience applying the Code of Federal Regulations to program activities.

  • Experience and knowledge of rural Alaska and Alaska Native culture and customs preferred.

Description

Program Overview

The Association of Alaska Housing Authorities (AAHA) is a recipient of a supplemental Cooperative Agreement through the American Rescue Plan Act (APRA) to provide Training and Technical Assistance (T&TA) for Tribal Housing Program ARPA Grantees. The AAHA T&TA Data Entry/Technical Monitor is responsible for the effective coordination of the assignments under the ARPA cooperative agreement funding including, but not limited to: developing, entering, monitoring and reporting on all work plans.


Responsibilities:

  • Analyze ARPA training and technical assistance assignments that are received from HUD and develop Requests for Proposals that articulate the deliverables and intent of the training and technical assistance engagements to procure TA Contractors for the work.

  • Ensure the program activities are in compliance with the Cooperative Agreement Provisions and Federal Regulations.

  • Identify and secure training and technical assistance providers for AAHA’s ARPA training and technical assistance assignments through AAHA’s competitive RFP process, including, providing executive summaries of proposals for the RFP scoring process.

  • Review, approve and assist in the development of training and technical assistance work plans in coordination with HUD, TA Contractors and TA Recipients. Work plans must include all HUD-required components. Ensure that all information on the work plans are correct and match across each web hosted database.

  • Effectively manage the work plan process for delivering the T&TA. Including managing deliverables in the web hosted database, tracking deadlines and closing work plans.

  • Coordinate and facilitate meetings between the TA Contractor, TA recipient and Alaska HUD Office of Native American Programs for pre and post briefings.

  • Keep AAHA Executive Director appraised of changes to the program, HUD contacts, TA Contractors, TA engagements or Regional Trainings. Including, but not limited to changes to on-site visit dates or other deliverables outlined in the work plans. Track procedure changes and ensure changes are articulated in writing to AAHA’s Executive Director and Education & Training Committee.

  • Attend meetings as required or requested for the T&TA Program, including but not limited to quarterly TA Provider’s teleconferences and Education & Training Committee meetings.

  • Attend and ensure effective delivery of ARPA regional trainings.

  • Draft monthly and quarterly reports as required or requested.

  • Develop and manage relationships with HUD Alaska ONAP, HUD ONAP Headquarters, AAHA Board of Directors, AAHA’s TA Contractors and TA recipients.

  • Manage/Oversee the reporting and invoicing process including, but not limited to, ensuring TA Contractors invoices are correctly reconciled, payments are made according to the approved work plans and payments are both made to the TA Contractor and reimbursed from HUD.

  • Ensure all T&TA deliverables are distributed to the relevant recipient and emailed to HUD.

  • Other related duties as assigned.

Job Description

To apply, please submit your cover letter, resume, and references