Salary is commensurate with education and experience.
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Department of Biobehavioral Nursing & Health Informatics has an outstanding opportunity for a part time, 75%FTE Grants Manager. The Grants Manager will manage the support of externally funded sponsored projects in the Department of Biobehavioral Nursing & Health Informatics (BNHI). He/she will manage operation of a centralized Post Award Fiscal Team, establish policies and procedures, account for administration of funds, and advise the principal investigators. He/she will incorporate technology into the management and accountability of projects. He/she will ensure compliance with UW, state, federal, and sponsor policies and regulations.
Responsibilities Supervise the Post Award Fiscal Team which performs complex fiscal tasks in support of 15-18 principal investigators, and provides fiscal support to departmental state and teaching activities. Ensure section is productive and efficient, and that staff are trained, provided sufficient resources, and supported.
Investigate and make recommendations to principal investigators regarding budget management of 30-40 grant budgets. Work together with Grant and Contract Accounting, Office of Sponsored Programs and other campus agencies to resolve complex issues. Provide information and reports as required.
Represent the department to funding sponsors and off campus organizations. Work with them on establishing or modifying grant management tools such as subcontracts, consulting agreements, grant site support, etc.
Work jointly with the Pre Award Manager to establish new grants and contracts in the department.
Manage department responsibilities for closing out grants and contracts, and ensure completeness, compliance and final reporting.
With the department administrator, ensure grant activities and fiscal practices are in compliance with all applicable UW, state and federal requirements.
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Bachelors degree in a business mgt, health sciences field, public administration or education.
3 years experience working with federally funded grants or contracts.
Experience managing projects or supervising people.
Intermediate to advanced computer skills with MS EXCEL and experience with a variety of software products.
UW experience in supporting or managing externally funded projects
Experience with LEAN or other process improvement tools
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Ability to work extended hours during peak times
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Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check.
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