Essential Functions: The Department of Internal Medicine has an opening in the Adult HIV/STD Program. This position oversees the administrative and financial activities and related operations of several HIV and STD grants ensuring all expenditures are properly documented and allocated per grant requirements. Develops, implements and updates grant related policies and procedures ensuring alignment with grant requirements.Essential Functions include: Work with University grant management and practice plan financial management to ensure that grant and clinical monies are spent on allowable items and documented properly. Analyzes financial systems, using various effective evaluation methods and makes improvements to ensure proper accounting functions are in place.In partnership with PI's, provides overall leadership and direction to HIV/STD program managers some of whom are direct reports. PIs and Medical Directors are responsible for the health services. Sets expectations, focus, and professional development plans. Provides coaching and mentoring to ensure staff activities align with grant objectives. Manages the administrative process for assigned staff including hiring, promotions, terminations, and disciplinary procedures and salary adjustments. Provides ongoing performance feedback, goal setting, and development plans for staff. Plans for future staffing needs. Provides timely communications to staff.Establishes and maintains collaborative relationships with Principal Investigators, other faculty, and University and practice plan financial and management staff. Educates staff and stakeholders on financial controls and other policies, ensuring adherence.Establishes and maintains professional relationships with funders. Serves as the University grant liaison, ensuring continual communications and providing information and updates relating to grant activities and funding allocations. Funders include, at a minimum, the federal government (Health Resources and Services Administration, DHHS), the state government (Michigan Department of Health and Human Services) and local government (Detroit Health Department and its fiduciary).Creates and updates policies and procedures regarding program implementation and management on how grant funding is to be used and accounted per grant requirements, ensuring proper internal controls.Collaborates with Principal Investigators to write, submit and manage HIV/STD grant proposals. Conducts and tracks additional prospective funding sources. Attends meetings and conferences as required by funders and program needs. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Education: Bachelor's degree in Health Administration, Health Management, Business or Public Health. A combination of education and experience may be considered.Experience: Seven years of experience in progressively responsible roles grant and/or program management. Experience working in an academic environment preferred. Experience working with HIV/STD prevention. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Comprehensive knowledge of grant administration, large, complex funding streams and multi-year grants.Expert knowledge of leadership, management, and teamwork principles, and demonstrated ability to effectively apply principles to support and advance grant requirements. Proven ability to appropriately hire, manage performance of, and develop assigned staff. Demonstrated capability to form and effectively facilitate multidisciplinary teams, and to gain cooperation and buy in of staff, stakeholders, grant funders and other entities.Demonstrated ability to communicate professionally and effectively orally and in writing with employees at all levels. Effective problem resolution skills with the ability to analyze opportunities, identify viable courses of action, review any recommendations and implement solutions. Conflict resolution, diplomacy, tact and listening skills.Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with attention to detail and accuracy while adhering to deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Knowledge of Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook. Knowledge of or ability to learn data mining software like Cognos and financial management software.
Internal Number: 76_206864
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