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Grant Specialist (HGA-PR)
Company:Hunt, Guillot & Associates, LLC
State:Puerto Rico
Position Summary & Duties:


Works under the direction of a Grant Manager or Senior Grant Manager providing comprehensive grant management services to Grantees and sub recipients involving all aspects of HUD/CDBG requirements.


  • Provides Grant Management assistance.
  • Prepares CDBG applications.
  • Checks documents for consistency and accuracy.
  • Opens and closes project files.
  • Maintains archive files.
  • Participates in meetings with Grantees to establish initial assessment of proposed recovery projects.
  • Explains CDBG rules and regulations to Grantees.
  • Assists in preparation of project descriptions.
  • Assists in the initial and final applications for funding.
  • Assists Grantees with compiling CDBG required documentation.


  • Ability to persuade, encourage, and motivate subordinates and others project team members.
  • Ability to delegate and manage time and resources efficiently.
  • Strong customer service skills.
  • Capability to conduct research into project-related issues and products.
  • Knowledge and skills in Federal grant provisions and requirements.
  • Knowledge of procurement, labor compliance, environmental requirements.
  • Knowledge of Section 3, Section 504, real estate acquisition.
  • Knowledge of citizen participation, fair housing, and residential anti-displacement.
  • Knowledge of EEO, financial management, and recordkeeping.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent typing skills and proficient in all Microsoft Office applications.




  • Associate’s or technical degree or equivalent work related experience preferred.
  • 1 to 3 years’ experience in administering CDBG funded grants preferred.
  • Required excellent communication skills and business professionalism with the ability to interact with various State and Community officials.
  • Good writing skills.
  • Good computer skills.


  • Spanish speaking is required.
  • Preferred candidates are locals residing in Puerto Rico.