DAI Kenya – Development Alternatives, Inc. – LTTA – Grants Associate.

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The Grants Associate reports to the Grants Manager and supports the implementation of the project’s grants portfolio in compliance with USAID regulations and DAI policies.


  • Ensure that grants are carried out strictly in accordance with ATI and USAID policies and procedures per the approved Grants Manual
  • Support the Grants Manager in maintaining the complete documentation and filing system for all grants including the applications, evaluation reports, negotiation memorandums, award documents, relevant correspondences, etc.
  • Schedule and take notes at Selection Evaluation Committees in liaison with Grants Manager.
  • Support administrative aspects of the pre-award risk assessment and due diligence process, including vetting and reference checking for proposed grantees.
  • Assist the Grants Manager to coordinate grant actions with other ATI teams, including the Activity team, Partnership team, MEL and Communications team, and Environmental Compliance team.
  • Assist Grants Manager to track submission of milestones deliverables, financial, narrative, and other reports from the grantees in accordance with the reporting schedule of the signed grant agreements.
  • Collect and compile data from the grantees and regularly update the grant management database.
  • Prepare complete grant payments requests for finance.
  • Enter data and keep the relevant database updated at all times.
  • Support the grant closeout process.
  • Other related tasks assigned by supervisor.
  • Travel to regional offices and grantee locations as required.



  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field
  • 4+ years’ experience in related position
  • Experience working with international NGOs, USG programs or other donors required.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in dynamic environments and achieve development outcomes
  • Excellent organizational skills with a willingness to take initiative and be proactive
  • Ability to perform high-level duties with a minimum of supervision
  • Strong English writing and speaking skills required

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