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Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Grants Manager.
In this role, the successful candidate The Grants Manager reports to the Division Administrator and provides pre- and post-award management for the Division of Comparative Effectiveness and Decision Science (CEDS) faculty for federal and non-federal grants and contracts. Additionally, the Grants Manager is responsible for tracking and reporting on current active, pending, and planned grant applications. The position entails general administrative duties, research administration, and other projects as assigned.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Respond to requests from Department/ Division leadership related to all FSR and other financial reporting requirements.
Works closely with Department/ Division leadership to track and monitor all monthly expenses on division grant portfolio. Raise, resolve or escalate any concerns that arise.
Develop a strategic plan for research in collaboration with the Division Director emphasizing strengthening existing collaborations and filling gaps in the current research portfolio within the division and with other departments.
Exercise good judgment, based on gathering and analyzing, factual and objective data; interprets policies/procedures in order to make sound independent decisions.
Manage compliance with all funding agencies by ensuring that information required is maintained and reported on a regular basis. Identifies and analyzes any discrepancies in order to ensure appropriate justifications are provided.
Responsible for maintaining faculty biosketches and Other Support documents according to guidelines.
Responsible for post-award fiscal and administrative management of awards including progress reports to funding agencies; subcontractor monitoring; staff salary allocations, and requests for carryover, no cost extensions and reductions in effort. Submit budgets as appropriate. Complete non-competing continuations in the Research Navigator system.
Responsible for coordinating and gathering all just-in-time submissions for Division.
Serve as a resource to the research community in grant, contract, and clinical trial budget development according to sponsor and guidelines.
Provide pre-award support to Division including completing all non-scientific portions of grant applications for Principal Investigators. Lead budget development. Gather required documents from collaborators and subcontractor organizations as needed. Enter grant into Research Navigator and work with the department and Sponsored Programs Administration to ensure the grant is submitted by the funder due date.
Identify both internal and external research funding opportunities, and communicate application process and deadlines to Principal Investigators.
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a Bachelor's degree in Business, Health Administration or related field, with a minimum of 5 years of progressive leadership experience in an academic medical center, in government or other significant health-related non-profit; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Successful candidate must have a thorough understanding of policies and procedures to ensure that research practices are in accordance with regulatory requirements and ethical standards. Demonstrated knowledge of grant submission process including preparing, completing, and collecting required paperwork and necessary signatures for federal and non-federal grant applications. Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills are essential to interact effectively with diverse internal and external professional groups and sponsors. Candidate must have a proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment, meet deadlines for grant submissions, and manage several projects simultaneously.
Preferred Qualifications: Master's preferred.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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