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Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Senior Grants Specialist.
Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Finance and Administration, the Senior Grants Specialist is responsible for working with the faculty to process and review grant applications, maintaining a database of applications and managing information systems and be able to provide up-to-date information regarding sponsor policies and regulations. Responsible for performing complex grant administration and fiscal management tasks relating to a wide range of grant activities to include interacting regularly with principal investigators/scientists and administrators. Leads grant preparation and submission process, oversees and supports all aspects of the grant program, as well as conducts ongoing monitoring and evaluations. Coordinates activities related to the application, sets up grant accounts, management of new awards and continuing grants and/or contracts from a variety of federal, state, and private sources. The incumbent will work closely with colleagues in the Neuroscience Institute administrative team and the Sponsored Programs Administration Office.
Maintains a current awareness of changes or new Federal regulations; maintains familiarity with trends, issues and advances in grant administration through periodic review of relevant journals or other literature; consults websites of professional organizations; readily accepts new responsibilities and assignments; and recognizes when help is needed by others and offers guidance and assistance
Contract issues: assists Contracts Specialists in review and resolution of issues
Training programs: provide hands-on training sessions for administrators in preparing budgets, developing proposals, responding to compliance requests; assists in the development of evaluation criteria and the collection of data to measure grant program effectiveness; creates and distributes standards and special reports, studies, summaries and analyses as needed. Participates in the training of new grants specialist and Department Educational offerings to promote faculty, student, and administrative know how
Interfaces with senior management and program directors to expedite or facilitate internal processing of proposals. tracks existing grants' deadlines, monitors status of progress reports and seeks continuation of grant funding for current projects. Faculty assistance which consists of: for continuation applications, contacts investigators prior to competing deadline to determine whether application will be submitted and if not, why and if a later deadline will be used; contracts investigators to ensure non-competing continuations and competing renewals are submitted on time; assists faculty and administrators in preparation of budgets; provides policies and procedures, compliance information, ad RFAs to faculty; responds in a timely manner to faculty requests for information
IACUC and IRB compliance approval information: reviews and updates approval database; updates application database; sends certifications of approvals to sponsors in timely manner; notifies faculty with pending approvals to submit protocols to appropriate institutional committee; and maintains records for grants ensuring compliance with applicable regulations and policies, including with financial reporting and budgeting
Reports on status of grant processing activities on a regular basis by: preparing summary reports of applications submissions and outcomes; communicates the needs for new policies and procedures to supervisor in a timely manner; communicate reasons for delay in accomplishing a task to supervisor within a reasonable time; meets regularly to review pending proposals and actions to be taken
Tracks status of proposals and provides additional information as required by funding source: facilitates the development and submission of reports in accordance with grantor guidelines; develops and maintains contacts with local, state and federal funding agencies
Reviews and processes sponsor awards for financial and research compliance. Review requested actions for compliance with NYU, sponsor and governmental policies and assists the PI, research team, and administrative department in attaining appropriate sponsor administrative approvals. Ensures appropriate account set-up, executes necessary changes during the period of performance, and coordinates project closeouts. Engages with departments as needed to insure Human Subjects (IRB), Animal subjects (IACUC), and rDNA (IBC) compliance. Maintains award and compliance data for SPA records and maintains its accuracy in the internal grants database
Prepares grant applications and supporting documentation to ensure compliance with funding requirements. Processing and review of grant proposals to include: reviews NIH continuation applications, and assists in review of all other applications: for NIH non-competing continuation, notifies investigators of upcoming deadlines; tracks continuation proposals; enters data for all p proposals reviewed and maintains electronic database pertaining to applications; ensures budgets in accordance with sponsor policies; keeps up-to-date on federal policies; notifies supervisor of changes, and recommends action when necessary; and prepares monthly report of continuations actives
Performs other duties as assigned
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a BA/BS degree and 5 to 6 years of broad grants administration or other relevant experience in all aspects of proposal review; knowledge of grant policies and regulations for the public and private sector; must be able to meet deadlines and be proficient in the use of computers, including database management, spreadsheets, word processing and application and internet. Excellent organizational, time management, oral, written, communication/interpersonal skills; and the ability to work with a wide variety of personalities as part of a team
Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in applicable field (MBA, MPA, MPH etc.) a plus
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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