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Federal Programming Specialist – Bedford City Schools


Job Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for administration of all federal funds.
  • Apply for annual funds by completing the CCIP; • Develop program descriptions and prepare budgets for each program; • Maintain records and documentation of expenditures for annual audit review and triannual compliance monitoring; • Review and approve purchase requests in line with the Federal Programs budget; • Revise budgets as needed; • Apply for Title I Waivers, as necessary; Administration Andrea Celico, Ph.D., Superintendent Cassandra J. Johnson, Ph.D., Assistant Supt.

Bill Parkinson, Treasurer/CFO

Jerry Zgrabik, Business Manager

Board of Education

Barbara A. Patterson, President

Eva Boyington, Vice-President

Tim Tench

Phil Stevens

Robert C. Kennedy

Job Description

Serving Bedford, Bedford Heights, Oakwood Village, Walton Hills

475 Northfield Road · Bedford, OH 44146-2201 · Phone: (440) 439-4520 · FAX: (440) 439-4850 -AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER- • Complete all mandatory federal reports and applications (Comparability Reports, NS3 participation and consultation, Federal program evaluation, Title IA Title I Sub A, IDEA, Title III, Title IV, Early Childhood Special Education, Alternative education, competitive grants, etc.) Ensure the compliant operation of Title I in the non-public schools; • Generate a contract with the outside agency involved in providing service to the non-public school; • Communicate with outside agency involved in providing service to the non-public school; • Maintain student assessment records to comply with submission of the Title I Annual Performance Report; • Advise district personnel concerning the use of Title IIA funds for professional development; • Meet regularly with the elementary and middle school principals on the operations of all federal programs and the literacy program; • Work with building clerks and/or secretaries to complete monthly time and effort reports; • Maintain records and report on district transition process; • Follow up on projects for continued funding in the area of Federal funds; • Research, develop, maintain, and support Title I instructional programming; • Collect, organize, and compile information necessary for project reports, intervention activities, and program performance evaluation.

  • Assist with the preparation of Catastrophic and Excess Cost Reimbursement Request • Coordinate and manage Medicaid process with HPC • CEIS tracking payments and invoices • Maintains respect at all times for confidential information.
  • Makes contact with the public with tact and diplomacy.
  • Interacts in a positive manner with staff, students, and parents.
  • Serves as a liaison among the community. School district, volunteers, parent groups, businesses, Board of education and other educational entities.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent or designee.


Experience Required:

Associates degree or higher is preferred • A working knowledge of the State of Ohio EMIS and Accounting software applications • The ability to accurately and consistently enter and report confidential data • Knowledge and experience in the receipt and administration of Federal Grants and the associated reporting requirements • An equivalent combination of education, training and experience


Wage or Salary: $61,380-$70,503

Approximate Work Hours or Days: 8


How to Apply:


Posting End Date: 2021-06-30

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