Interim Contracts and Grants Specialist

Discipline: Finance

Sector: Local Government

Location: London

Type: Temporary

Date posted: 06/07/2021

Start: ASAP

Duration: 6 months

Salary: £450 - £500 per day

Details

A local government are currently looking to recruit for an Interim Contract’s and Grants Specialist.

The role will involve reviewing the processes / develop the future ‘operating model’ for the team as well as manage its day-to-day work.

You must have a proven understanding of how grants work from the drafting to submission stage, ideally from CCG, Local Authority or other public sector body

Principal Accountabilities

  • Work with commissioners to translate specifications into contract and grant
  • Work with commissioners to advice on and enact variations to contract and
  • Manage and track the pipeline of upcoming, in progress and expiring contracts and
  • Work with finance colleagues to manage sign-off at all stages of contract and grant
  • Work with procurement to ensure compliance with the organisations processes and
  • Maintain standardised approach to contract and grant terms and conditions including managing periodic updates where deemed
  • Gatekeep and work with legal for advice on non-standard contract or grants where deemed appropriate and ensure appropriate legal advice is
  • Gatekeep and work with other technical specialists, including GDPR, to ensure a consistent approach and provide guidance to commissioners on appropriateness of
  • Ensure that all contractual and grant agreements and variations are appropriately stored and archived.
  • Advise commissioners of recourses in the event of contract
  • Coordinate and respond to audit requirements from DARA or other external bodies in relation to contract and
  • Provide assurance and periodic updates to CFO and Directors on performance, efficacy and compliance of the organisations contract and grants processes.

Experience

  • Extensive technical knowledge and experience of contracts and grants within a service delivery environment.
  • A proven track record of successfully implementing and delivering efficient processes for the timely execution of contracts and
  • Exceptional ability to communicate, build relationships, influence and negotiate with internal and external stakeholders, and other technical
  • Committed to quality outcomes and value for money for commissioned and operational
  • Ability to work in a pressured environment and deliver the priorities at
  • Managing a quality service – define and integrate clear structures, policies, systems and resources to promote efficient service
  • Ability to work across teams and directorates to deliver the priorities, building rapport and motivating others to

The role will be mostly remote working

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