Program Officer Salary in Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Average Salary for Program Officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota

The average salary of a(n) Program Officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota is $59,378.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Program Officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota is $28.55.

The average bonus of a(n) Program Officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota is $2,256.00.

Job Description:

Provides leadership and serves as a primary contact for an assigned program, often as part of a foundation or nonprofit organization. Coordinates and participates in program administration, policy development, program assessment, competition management, financial oversight, and budget management. Reports to the Program Director. Reviews submitted proposals, evaluating them for soundness of project design and adequacy of program evaluation and sustainability. Develops resources to expand and sustain the program. Identifies policy issues and makes appropriate recommendations to senior management. Prepares assessment reports from archival and operational data. Conducts site visits for program evaluation. Conducts appropriate research, including recruitment and oversight of contractors, for ongoing program evaluation and new program development. Develops new procedures in concert with other departments in response to changes in organizational, departmental, or program needs. Participates in the design and evaluation of program initiatives, surveys, and analyses of program activities, as well as the development and presentation of materials for those evaluating the program. Prepares competition-related publications and web-based materials, including program announcements. Leads the development and administration of financial information systems. Manages the collection and review of financial reports, reviews policy issues raised by expenditures, responds to related queries, and prepares summary reports. Reviews, analyzes, and approves requests for budget amendments and no cost extensions. Collaborates with others in conducting and responding to audits. May develop and implement grant-making strategies. Less

Provides leadership and serves as a primary contact for an assigned program, often as part of a foundation or nonprofit organization. Coordinates and participates in program administration, policy development, program assessment, competition management, financial oversight, and budget management. Reports to... More

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