Monitors spending on all federal, non-federal, and gift accounts.Â Analyze monthly financial reports and ledgers for accuracy, recommend and initiate action to correct discrepancies and follow-up until resolved.Â
Prepare drafts of financial sections for components of grant and supplement applications, including draft budgets and budget justifications.Â Coordinate with sub-award administrators to assist with preparation of financial materials for all major grant-related activities.
Manage and track all sub--award agreements supporting services of the Alliance.Â Complete Federal Financial Reporting (FFR) and all budgeting for the department.Â
Process all cost and payroll transfers, as well as departmental invoices, including agreements for independent contractors, rent, utilities, travel, meeting expenses, and GEMS.
Provides support for pre-award and/or post-award activities relating to grant and contract proposal and funding within department.
Pre award activities include research, preparing applications, and editing proposals.Â Post award activities include compliance monitoring, payment processing and salary allocations.Â
Reviews application against guidelines, in addition to drafting progress reports, non- competing applications, amendments and budgeting. Responsible for all data entry and preparation of grant reports and trend analysis.
Handles straightforward post-award activities including account creations, regulatory and compliance monitoring, salary allocations, effort reporting, grant projections, cost allocations, cost center charges, equipment inventory, invoice preparation, grant closing process, and account closing.
Prepares summaries of grants and effort allocations for Principle Investigator, meets with them and responds to their questions.Â CoordinatesÂ with other departments/units/divisions regarding multi investigator grants.Â Serves as department contact for annual audits and agency site visits.Â
Performs other related work as needed.Â
Two-five years work experience with grant preparation, including pre and post award.
Experience with University research, financial and HR/payroll systems including FAS, AURA, GEMS and Workday.
Outstanding analytical and problem- solving skills. Ability to prioritize and complete multiple concurrent projects.
Demonstrates capacity to work independently in an organized detailed manner while maintaining a collaborative team environment.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, spreadsheets)
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