Under the general direction of the MSO the incumbent is responsible for the financial and administrative management of federal and private contracts and grants (approx. $5-8 million) as well as other extramural funds and other accounts that support various research and instructional programs within the Environmental and Occupation Health including pre and post award grant management.
As part of the Business and Administration Team, the incumbent has independent decision making authority, policy analysis and interpretation and independent problem solving responsibilities that requires on-going interaction with all levels of university and agency faculty and staff.
Incumbent is responsible for providing specific direction to faculty and staff to assure compliance with recent revisions to contract and grant costing principals. This requires knowledge in: agency specific contracts and grants policies; material management to include purchasing and equipment acquisition principles; personnel/payroll policies and procedures; gift administration; recharge principles; research subcontracting concepts; indirect cost principles; policies and practices related to Uniform Guidance/UG, FDP, Federal CAS requirements.
Major duties include restricted and unrestricted funds management, contracts and grants budget monitoring, divisional budgeting, reconciliation of divisional accounts with accounting ledgers and financial account transfers. Develops and maintains systems to assure conformity with UC accounting policies for reporting to Division Chief, Program Directors and management. Utilize Decision Support Systems to generate reports, ensure data is accurately reported in the system. Audit and analyze data for assigned projects. Auditing and reporting of Clinic billing activities.
The incumbent is responsible for all aspects of proposal preparation, pre-and-post award administration including execution and administration of subcontracts and consultant agreements, submission of timely technical and financial reports to agency sponsors, award close-out, expense reconciliation and quarterly reporting to principal investigators, identification of new funding opportunities. Incumbent prepares in-house financial reports for use by the faculty. The incumbent submits proposals via Kuali Coeus system. The duties of this position require frequent interaction with program officers and sponsors at federal, state and industry funding agencies as well as counterparts from the UCI Sponsored Projects, UCI contract and grant accounting office, and various other UC Campus departments.
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Salary: Monthly $4,968.58 - $6,755.83 Total Hours: 8-5, M-F Career Position. Final candidate subject to background check. As a federal contractor, UC Irvine is required to use E-Verify to confirm the work status of individuals assigned to perform substantial work under certain federal contracts/subcontracts. Please attach your resume.
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