Under the supervision of the Divisional Administrator, the Grants Coordinator will be a key member of our pre- and post-award team. S/he will coordinate the grant submission process for all sponsored projects and clinical trials, and will follow up with institutional offices appropriately to ensure compliance. The coordinator will serve as a knowledgeable point person for grant-related inquiries.
Coordinate the grant submission process for all sponsored projects and clinical trials
Develop budgets and coordinate progress reports
Responsible for reviewing financial systems to ensure accuracy in grants setup, budgets, and project periods
Follow up with SPA to ensure timely award setup in ARC
Ensure that effort and time system is continuously monitored
Liaise with central business offices such as SPA, SPF, Research Compliance, and CTO
Administer pre- and post-award activities for research grants, contracts, and discretionary accounts
Maintain detailed records of PIs' other support, biosketches, and other grant submission documents
Monitor revenue and expenses against budget projections for all clinical trials
Attend meetings with PIs to review financial issues
Assist with quarterly preparation of SOPs
Perform additional duties as assigned
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus two years of related experience
Successful completion of applicable compliance and systems training requirements
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 508732
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