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Position: ARPA Project Coordinator
Municipality:City of Bristol
Close Date:3/17/2023
Description:
 

City of Bristol

BRISTOL, CONNECTICUT  06010


JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

 

AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN (ARPA) PROJECT COORDINATOR

ECONOMIC & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

SUMMARY: Serves as primary contact for City department heads to implement and report utilization of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding for approved projects, and primary contact for subrecipient businesses and non-profits receiving ARPA funding from the City.  Will work closely with grantees to ensure projects satisfy ARPA-specific requirements concerning procurement, reporting responsibilities, and other related work.  Will serve as staff liaison with the ARPA Task Force. Maintains all documentation and records including description of processes; approved ARPA spend plans (budgets), all progress and expense reports (P&E); subrecipient applications, and all City expenditures of federal ARPA award.  May assist with placing announcements, posting of ARPA reports, and updating the Cityís ARPA webpage with status reports.  Works collaboratively with the Cityís ARPA Consultant.  Assists in compiling data, financial reports, compliance of procurements and other required information.  Attends monthly ARPA committee meetings, and other related meetings, and provides information or assistance as needed.  Coordinates and attends calls and meetings between subrecipients and the ARPA Consultant and/or City.  Sends virtual call invites, records proceedings and distributes findings to participants following each meeting.  Performs related duties as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE:  Prefer Bachelorís Degree from accredited university/college in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Political Science or Public Administration.  Prefer knowledge of provisions of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), ARPA Final Rule, ARPA FAQs, Federal Uniform Guidance (2 CFR 200) and ARPA Compliance and Reporting Manual.  Experience in grant writing/management, and strong customer service skills are desirable. Requires proficiency with database, spread sheet and word processing software, and excellent written and oral communication skills.

 

CLASSIFICATION & TERM OF ASSIGNMENT:  Part-time, non-benefited temporary position, 18.75 hours per week with flexible schedule; available work hours occur between Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Assignment term starting immediately and be completed by December 2025.

 

WAGES: $32.00/hour.

 

SUBMIT ONLINE APPLICATION w/RESUME:

www.bristolct.gov

 

DEADLINE:  Open until filled.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER



We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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