Program Coordinator II

Internal Title: Post Award Program Coordinator

Posting Number: STA00074PO17

College/Division: College of Nursing

Department: College of Nursing

Advertised Salary Range: 48,572

Part/Full-time: Full Time

Job Search Category: Administrative

Advertised Job Summary: Provides advanced technical and professional support to faculty in post award management of sponsored awards. Interprets sponsor guidelines, policies, and procedures to support CON faculty and research mission. Employee successfully guides PI/PD and keeps them abreast of updates and/or revisions to sponsored awards guidelines, policies and procedures. Develops timeline for grant reports, budget updates, and end of grant close out date. Upon receipt of Notice of Award, responsible for initial post-award grant review meetings with PI/PD to include the Assistant Dean of Operations, HR Director, Business Director, Grant Project Coordinator/Manager and additional grant team members as appropriate. Time and Effort responsibilities include: 1) works with the CON Human Resources Director regarding monthly ongoing reporting, bi-annual time and effort reporting; 2) prepares/approves time and effort initiation and termination requests for award personnel; 3) prepares monthly and quarterly faculty time and effort commitment reports for the Dean, Associate Dean for Academics, and Associate Dean for Research. Meets with PI/PD and/or Grant Project Coordinator/Manager on a monthly basis to review grant progress and financial status including PeopleSoft budget reports, shadow budget development and updates, purchasing card charges reconciliation and sub-award invoices. Responsible for in-house training and assistance for the PI/PD and/or Grant Coordinator/Manager as related to PeopleSoft procedures (i.e., budget reports and how to monitor budgets electronically, procurement, cash advance requests and settlement, payment request matrix and approval of payments). Provides CON Office of Research, Pre-Award Coordinator assistance and back-up with 1) re-budgeting for award contractual revisions, and reporting; 2) request of risk accounts, carry forward, and non-competing continuations; and 3) submission of post-award reports as directed. Maintains accurate and up-to-date post-award grant files. Assists PI with grant close out procedures to include assistance in writing the final report.

Minimum Qualifications (Classified and Unclassified positions): Master's degree and 5 years related program experience, or bachelor's degree and 7 years related experience.

EEO Statement: The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, age, disability, veteran status or genetics.

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