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Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, and Epidemiology (BBE) and theStatistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research and Prevention (SCHARP) are looking for a Research Administrator III.The Research Administrator III will work independently and collaboratively to coordinate grant/contract proposals and renewal submissions; monitor project budgets; advise the Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research and Prevention (SCHARP) Director and its Senior Leadership Team of the current budget status and projections; and interact with Center personnel and external organizations regarding fiscal aspects of the projects/program.
This is a multi-faceted position with a range of fiscal responsibilities. The individual in this position must be able to work independently and prioritize tasks to meet grant/contract submission and reporting deadlines for a very active research portfolio. This individual will manage the day-to-day grant/contract operations associated with multiple large DAIDS (Division of AIDS) Network Grants, or equivalent, within the Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, & Epidemiology (BBE) program in the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division. This includes but is not limited to monthly reconciliation and financial reporting; developing, modifying, and maintaining shadow-books and ad-hoc reports using complex excel formula heavy tools; resolve issues as needed for the timely conveyance of funds; and act in an advisory capacity for SCHARPs Director and leadership team. The person will perform complex fiscal analyses and financial reporting, including strategic planning, problem solving, interpreting, reviewing and providing recommendations.
Work closely with SCHARPs Director and leadership team and other Faculty and Principal Investigator(s) to prepare and submit grant and contract applications to funding agencies, ensuring all forms are completed correctly, all content is included, and the application receipt deadline is met.
Assists SCHARP as it navigates the grant proposal process. Understands all parts of the application process and the different requirements of various funding sources. Interpret Request for Applications (RFAs), create and communicate timelines, complete non-technical/non-scientific portions of the submissions, and oversee institutional signoff.
With input from SCHARPs Director/Principal Investigator, develop the budget and related financial portions of the application. This may include international and domestic subawards. Ensures that content is accurate, complete, and in compliance with the governing regulations.
Offer editing and formatting assistance with proposals, ensuring sponsor requirements are met. Review all sections for consistency of terms, clarity of writing, and response to application instructions.
Understand and has a facility with the range of forms that Fred Hutch and the various funding agencies require.
Secure the necessary signatures for grant and contract applications, and tracks the approval process to insure that all necessary permissions are documented prior to the grant/contract deadline for submission.
Identify sources for additional funding, supplements, and anticipates all competing and non-competing reports.
Responsible for post-award oversight by reviewing and interpreting notice of award, create booking budgets, active management of commitments and budgets, prepare budget forecasts, monthly financial analyses and ad-hoc reports. Collaborate closely with SCHARPs Director and leadership team, Principal Investigators, and other staff..
Initiate, review, and monitor subawards/subcontracts for spending and compliance.
Use appropriate tools of the Finance section to document the chronology of grant/contract preparation and administration in order to keep colleagues and supervisor informed of the most current status. Maintain grant/subcontract files in electronic format.
Works directly with Fred Hutch Office of Sponsored Research staff to resolve questions and issues related to grants and contracts, including closeout, cost transfers, supplement requests, carry-forwards, funder invoice backup requirements, interim reporting, re-budgeting, and no cost extensions.
Assist with expense approval and invoice processing, assuring that charges are appropriate, invoices are paid in a timely manner, and charges are allocated to the correct budget.
Assist in the preparation and monitoring of Institutional Review Board (IRB) documentation, particularly as it relates to grants management.
Understands the policies and procedures of the NIH and other funding agencies in significant detail and tracks changes to those policies and procedures on a timely basis.
Participates as an active contributor in meetings.
BA in Accounting, Finance, Public Administration, or related field or equivalent experience
Three years in pre-award and post-award grant and contract management.
Knowledge of relevant regulatory requirements affecting sponsored research, and ability to apply this knowledge.
Effective and professional oral and writtencommunication skills, with the ability to tailor communications to specific audiences.
Ability to navigate complex internal systems and departments while exercising sound judgement and discretion.
Proficient with complex budget development anduse of reporting tools.
Advanced skills in Word, Excel (Pivot tables & formulas), Adobe Acrobat Pro, Outlook and Power Point.
Excellent time management and prioritization skills,with the ability to effectively manage multiple and competing demands.
Demonstrated ability to function independently whileexercising skill and informed professional judgment.
Highly organized and detail oriented.
Demonstrated ability to work successfully as part ofa diverse team.
Experience with National Institute of Health (NIH) awards, namely Cooperative Agreements.
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