Working with the schools/college and Office of Development & Alumni Affairs to promote a culture supportive to grant-seeking by faculty and to expand external funding for faculty research, student research and institutional projects
Facilitating internal and external research collaborations that will strengthen faculty research and grant-seeking activities, e.g., research affinity groups, research networking meetings, etc. based on faculty interest.
Providing faculty development and other training opportunities to encourage participation and success, e.g., workshops for grant-seekers, a proposal-writers mentoring program, etc
Facilitating opportunities to publicize and celebrate faculty research and scholarship, as well as grant awards, across campus in collaboration with other campus offices
Contributing to policies, procedures and guidelines to facilitate and enhance the institutions grants infrastructure
Communicating relevant updates and additions to university policies that are necessary to ensure compliance
Working independently and in collaboration with faculty in identification of funding opportunities and communicating information regarding external grant programs to faculty
Providing assistance in the planning, development and writing of proposals in support of faculty research and academic projects/programs, including preparation of budgets
Reviewing, compiling and submitting final grant application packages
Providing extensive knowledge, guidance and interpretation to faculty, administrators, and staff regarding sponsor program issues; funder statutes, sponsor policies, government regulations, and award terms and conditions
Protecting the interests of the University through careful review, negotiation of terms and conditions of sponsored project awards and material transfer agreements
Ensuring university compliance with applicable laws and regulations through effective post-award grant close-out procedures and collecting and maintaining time and effort reports
Assuring effective communication about proposals with the Universitys financial offices and other offices that may be affected by grants to faculty
Monitoring grant activity and maintain a tracking system for the university by working closely with faculty and representatives of the Controllers office
Maintaining records of grant activity and producing reports on institutional grant seeking and awards
Maintaining intranet and internet pages with sponsored program resources and information
Liaising with the Universitys research committees as needed (IRB, IACUC, Biosafety, Research Policies Committee, etc.)
Quinnipiac University is a thriving private university with 6,500 undergraduate and 2,500 graduate students, located in Hamden, Connecticut, approximately 90 minutes from New York City and two hours from Boston. Consistently ranked among the best universities by U.S. News & World Report and recently named one of the 2013 Great Colleges to Work For by The Chronicle of Higher Education, Quinnipiac offers 58 undergraduate majors and 20 graduate and professional programs, including those leading to degrees in both law and medicine. At the core of Quinnipiac is its commitment to teaching and collaboration. Quinnipiac fosters partnerships among students and with faculty; it is a spirited, welcoming campus. For more information, please visit our website.
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