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Oficial de Recursos Externos

Oficial de Recursos Externos

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Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico
The Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico is a private, nonprofit organization whose missionis to secure functional and healthy ecosystems in the islands of Puerto Rico, and to instillin their inhabitants a sense of responsibility toward the conservation of our naturalresources, so that we may count on the ecosystem services that will help us achieve oursocial, economic and quality-of-life goals. The Conservation Trust of Puerto Ricobelieves that we can achieve our full potential, both individually and collectively, if wecan sustain the ecosystem services of the islands of Puerto Rico and respect all forms oflife with which we share our natural environment. The Trust carries out this mission byacquiring natural areas and constituting conservation easements, among othermechanisms. As part of its mission, the Trust develops educational programs that focuson generating public awareness and actions that meet the needs of protecting andconserving the island’s natural areas. In addition, it directs a program of tree nurseriesdedicated to the propagation, distribution and planting of endemic and native trees inPuerto Rico. The people of Puerto Rico are the only beneficiaries of the Puerto RicoConservation Trust.If you have a passion for protecting the ecosystems of the islands of Puerto Rico, youmay consider joining our team. We are seeking candidates for the following position:
Position: External Resources Officer
 Quantity: 1 Full Time PositionSite: Central Office in San Juan, PR (Calle Tetúan 155, Old San Juan)
General Summary
The primary purpose of this position is to provide assistance in the development and/orenhancement of Development infrastructure, namely the grants and foundationcomponent and to serve as a point of contact for CTPR staff engaged in proposalimplementation and collaborations related to nature protection and conservation. Thisposition will assist in ensuring that CTPR’s sponsored projects remain in compliancewith the terms of their agreement. This position will police the reporting actions duringthe life of the award to ensure its compliance, and will serve as liaison between theDevelopment Office and CTPR units, regions and properties.
Requirements
1.
Bachelor Degree
2.
Technology proficient – Word, Excel, Power Point and Fundraising database aplus (Salesforce)
3.
Fully Bilingual. Written and oral English and Spanish communication skills
4.
Strong belief in the mission of the Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico
5.
Detail and results oriented
6.
Positive, perseverant and sunny personality
7.
Team player
8.
Self-starter
9.
Availability to work flexible hours, including weekends, holidays and extendedhours.
 
Essential Functions
1.
Perform pre-award services including planning and data collection for grantwriting, pursuant to CTPR’s guidelines and procedures for CTPR’s divisions,regions and properties.
2.
Collaborate and facilitate intra- and interdepartmental collaborative projectimplementation efforts among CTPR’s staff.
3.
Collaborate in the planning and offering of workshops and orientation sessionson external funded project compliance and administrative procedures to CTPRstaff.
4.
Enter and maintain proposal and project awards in the Grants Module inSalesforce.
5.
Prepare periodic reports of proposal submissions and project reportingcompliance.
6.
Attend professional meetings, workshops and seminars to keep abreast ofsponsored program administration.
7.
Establish and maintain official hard copy and database record for all sponsoredprojects.
8.
Input data to create and printout an administrative profile of each sponsoredproject.
9.
Monitor each sponsored project at CTPR to ensure the timely submission of alltechnical and administrative reports required by the sponsoring agency.
10.
Other related tasks.
Safety for Others
1.
Confidentiality of information related to sponsored projects must be safeguarded.
2.
Discretion must be exercised relative to dissemination of project sensitiveinformation.
Dynamics of Work
 1. There are intense periods when the employee must move expeditiously from oneimportant task to another. This is due to the nature of the Development Officeand the need to minimize potential liabilities to CTPR.2. The employee must also respond to the frequent changes in federal regulationspertaining to the administration of sponsored programs.3. Manages multiple projects in a deadline-driven environment.4. Exercises best practices of sponsored project management.
Guides, Regulations, Policies and References Used by Employee
1. The employee uses numerous resources and tools daily to complete post-awardtasks. They include OMB Circulars, other agency specific guides, and policiesand procedures of CTPR.

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