The Department of Radiology is seeking a full time Grants and Contracts Analyst. The Grants and Contracts Analyst will be responsible for pre-award activities for the Divisions of Nuclear Medicine, MR Research and Molecular Imaging in the Dept. of Radiology. Specific responsibilities for pre-award functions include: proposal preparation, submission, budget development. Works independently on a variety of grants/contracts that range from simple to moderately complex. The primary goal of this position is to ensure timely, effective and efficient submissions of sponsored funding.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Partner with departmental faculty and/or budgetary staff and the Office of Research Administration toward the planning and development of application submissions to various federal offices, private agencies/foundations and commercial companies.
Understand and utilize institutional policies for pre-award grant process and sponsor guidelines.
Review all sponsored project proposals for assigned faculty prior to them being forwarded to ORA for signature. Review involves accuracy, content, adherence to all relevant guidelines.
Provide instruction, preparation assistance and support related to grant application procedures.
Serve as liaison between research units, central offices and funding agencies.
Review budgets and related justification for appropriateness and completeness of content. Ensures that all applicable and indirect costs have been applied. May also provide groundwork for subcontract negotiations.
Ensure compliance in all other areas related to grant and contract management, including sponsoring organization guidelines, internal protocols, accurate protocol information within grant documents, conflicts of interest, etc.
Manage all assigned grant submissions to ensure timeliness and accuracy.
Bachelor’s degree required
2 years of administrative/budgeting experience required.
Additional education may substitute for required experience and additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent provided by the JHU Equivalency Formula.
JHU Equivalency Formula: 30 undergraduate degree credits (semester hours) or 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year of experience. Additional related experience may substitute for required education on the same basis. For jobs where equivalency is permitted, up to two years of non-related college course work may be applied towards the total minimum education/experience required for the respective job.
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of accounting and budgeting theory and practices required. Thorough knowledge and understanding of The Johns Hopkins University accounting system and related fiscal offices preferred.
Ability to make independent judgments and to act on decisions on a daily basis.
Ability to work with flexibility on several tasks simultaneously and to meet various concurrent deadlines.
Knowledge of external Federal guidelines/procedures for grants and contracts, including NIH, NSF, DOD and NASA.
Any Specific Physical Requirements for the Job:
Must be able to lift 25 lbs.
Must be able to sit for long period of time
Must be able to climb at least 4 flights of stairs
Classified Title: Grants & Contracts Analyst Working Title: Grants & Contracts Analyst Role/Level/Range: ATP/03/PC Starting Salary Range: $50,700-$69,780 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday-Friday/8:30am-5:00pm/37.5 hours Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 10001947-Radiology Administration Personnel area: School of Medicine
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