Secretary III- COPS
CGI Federal is seeking an Administrative Specialist to support the COPS division of DOJ in Washington, DC.
Your future duties and responsibilities
The Administrative Specialist will work closely with the On-Site Supervisor assisting in daily assignments; tasks shall include writing and editing departmental documents such as program guides and award manuals, program and process fact sheets and/or other published documents. Complete data processing quality checks, and perform and oversee grants administrative tasks (e.g., reviewing agency progress reports and close-out documentation) as required; will perform budget reviews, identify programmatic and compliance issues on various grant reports, and assist with grantee outreach.
The Administrative Specialist must have the ability to:
- Provide callers with a broad array of assistance and information on award programs and other COPS related topics (e.g., provide technical assistance with user passwords).
- Take orders by phone or email for COPS publications, and enter data into Tracks (or other COPS IT Systems).
- Provide assistance with Monitoring site visit reviews and reports; provide assistance with application reviews, review progress and closeout reports and make follow up contacts as needed, provide assistance with award modifications and extensions, assist with grantee outreach providing callers with a broad array of assistance and information on awards and other COPS programs.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
Must be able to obtain DOJ MRPT clearance
Must be able to pass CGI Federal background check
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