GRANTS MANAGER A

Location
Philadelphia
Posted
Apr 12, 2018
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Duties: This position will directly report to Grant Manager B, Abramson Cancer Center. Under direction, primary function is to oversee day-to-day financial operations within the ACC. Duties associated preparing proposal budgets NIH, NSF and other sponsor program entities; monitor grant expenditures for compliance, monitor financial activities, produce financial report. Will be responsible for preparing, processing, and maintaining monthly/quarterly/annual financial reports (Ben Fin/Business Objects), Monthly/weekly payroll and Salary grids ( UMIS / PennWorks system). Pro-card and other financial transactions (Concur / Ben Fin). Prepare, process and track pre and post awards for sponsor program funds and Progress Reports (RPPR) (SOMERA); along with preparing, processing and maintaining sub-award/with purchase orders within the Research Inventory System (RIS and Ben Fin) along with incoming and outgoing invoices. Prepare and process just in time, Account System Information (AIS), close outs and new proposals for NIH, foundation, fellowship, and other agencies using PennERA system; and tracking Notice of Awards (NIH e-Common); Attending faculty monthly meetings with the Manager. Assist with the process and tracking of Post-docs. Prepare, track and maintain all follow-ups for financial activities until the project is completed. Other duties assigned. Provide liaison to the School of Medicine's Research Support Services (ORSS) and to the University's Office of Research Services (ORS). This position will have a dotted report line to PSOM Office of Research Support Services.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree and 3 years to 5 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Experience in grants management preferably in an academic setting. Advanced understanding of research administration required; experience with federal sponsored agencies a must. Working knowledge of CAS A21 and A-110. Strong computer skill and proficiency in Microsoft office (spreadsheet, word and others); experience in university financial (Ben-Financials, Business objects, Concur, UMIS, PennWorks and other) and research administration accounting systems (PennERA, AIS, protocols, and RIS) preferred. Knowledge of Database software, preferred; Strong written and verbal communication and organizational skills; be detailed oriented and adhere to strict internal and external deadlines. Must be flexible and able to work as a team as well as independently

Reference Number: 40-28410

Salary Grade: 027

Employment Type: Exempt

Org: CC-Cancer Center

Special Requirements:

Job Family: D-Financial

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