Grant Manager, Non-Industry - Georgetown University Medical Center
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The Grant Manager is responsible for assisting the Sr. Grant Manager - Non-Industry with oversight of all financial management functions within the BGRO Clinical Departments including but not limited to:
Managing funds described as: Sponsored Research. General knowledge and applicability of 0MB Circulars A-2 J, A-110. and A-133 as appropriate to the extramural award process is a critical part of the daily management and analysis functions.
Assisting Sr. Grant Manager - Non-Industry with faculty in analysis, management, and reconciliation of all GMS work-tags and subcontracts.
Serving as the administrative liaison with Federal, State and Corporate sources of funding.
Completing the monthly sponsored project reconciliation process.
This position has signature authority in the absence of the Director for Finance and Administration. The Finance Administrator manages journals/cost transfers, coordinates effort reporting, purchasing, and prepares and tracks invoices. FFR's, close-outs and spend analysis are completed by this position along with any additional data requested by the Faculty.
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Finance, or an Accounting field is required, Masters preferred.
Strong finance, accounting, and analytical background.
Minimum 2 - 3 years' experience to include demonstration of progressive work experience.
Demonstrated skill in administrative and financial management in particular - working knowledge of Federal 0MB Circulars A-21, A-110 and A-133 as well as extramural funding.
Knowledge of Federal regulations.
Prefer Certified Research Administrator.
Ability to interact well with community and University Officials, faculty, staff, and students.
Ability to express information clearly and concisely both orally and in writing.
Must be able to assimilate data, communicate effectively, exercise sounds judgment and discretion, understand comprehensive financial systems, including but not limited to GMS, Excel, BOX, and Word.
Must have a working knowledge of financial management tools and a working knowledge of grants management.
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.
Must be able to work well under pressure with a diverse population.
Must be able to muli-task and prioritize workload and handle difficult situations (e.g., reductions in funding) with tact, diplomacy and discretion.
Sponsored Project Management (if applicable)
As a Department Financial Manager for Sponsored Project, the employee is responsible for financial management of the sponsored project to ensure compliance with sponsor's requirements and University's policies and procedures. Within 30 days after the close of the month (generally the 8th business day after the end of the month), the duties to be performed by the employee include, but not limited to:
Review and reconcile expenses on the Award Reports to ensure that the expenses are a) allowable by the sponsor for the project, b) allocable to the project, c) reasonable and necessary, d) supported by required documents, and e) within the budgeted amounts;
Review salary distributions to ensure that they reasonably reflect employees' level of effort on project. Review associated fringe benefits for accuracy;
Review the commitments of key personnel, to ensure the costs reasonably reflect the level of effort committed to the sponsors as part of proposal and notify OSP/OSR of significant variances;
Review the calculation of indirect cost recovery to ensure accuracy;
Process all corrections and adjustments within 90 days of when the charge initially posts to the financial system (posted date for non-payroll and pay period end date for payroll transactions) and ensure corrections and adjustments are reviewed and approved according to the signature authority policy and supported by appropriate documents;
Complete the Financial Status Report (FSR) worksheets timely and accurately; and
Ensure that payments to subrecipients are reviewed and processed in a timely manner.
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