The Grant Manager supports the grant's Principal investigator (PI) and Co-Investigator's (Co-I) and coordinates grant related financial management for the Project ECHO and Gilead Hepatitis C program. This position must make sure the objectives and required deliverables are met. Oversee IRB application and continuation review. Coordinate and oversee daily operations of study, advise on program operations to resolve complex issues, communicate with internal and external partners/stakeholders and work with them to assure work completion. Contribute to improvement of grants finance management procedures. Provide grant personnel summaries to Division Administrator; identify any processes to ensure proper grants management. Review monthly PI reports and communicate any issues or discrepancies to PI, Division Administrator, and Office of Sponsored Projects Administration (OSPA); communicate with OSPA and Division Administrator with any questions, issues to changes in grant budget and personnel.
The ideal candidate will possess experience in Microsoft Office applications, MS Windows, and healthcare systems.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Bachelor's Degree and 3+ years of project management experience.
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