The Grants and Contracts Coordinator is a combined pre- and post-award position which assists in the creation of proposals to external sponsors as well as the management of the resulting awards. Key responsibilities include but are not limited to those listed below. Additional responsibilities may be assigned as needed.
Taking direction from the Department\u2019s Pre-Award Administrator, this position will assist in providing consultation to faculty in search of funding, preparing the non-science portions of grant and contract applications and progress reports, assembling all documents, obtaining information needed for the proposal from internal and external collaborators and subcontractors, preparing the budget and budget justification in conjunction with the principal investigator, and uploading the materials into various electronic grant submission systems.
The position works closely with the Pre-Award Administrator in the preparation of Other Support. Taking direction from the Finance Administrator, this position will assist in the financial oversight of these awards. The position will assist in ensuring that all grant activities and expenditures comply with sponsor, University, and federal spending requirements and policies. Ensures accurate set-up of award budgets within OGA, appropriate application of expenditure exclusions, and assignment of personnel and FTE in compliance with sponsor requirements. This position will generate and analyze grant financial reports in order to proactively manage projected surpluses and deficits, and will develop progress reports and non-competing continuation proposals as well as new proposal budgets.
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