• Project Officer/Grants Specialist

    Posting Number 2018-4833
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(10/1/2018 11:07 AM)
    Location : Location
    US-NY-New York
    Department
    Office of Sponsored Programs
    School/Division
    Office of the Vice Provost for Research (WS1763)
    Compensation Grade
    Band 53
    Union
    N/A
    FT/PT
    Full-Time
    Category
    Development/Sponsored Research/Grant Writing
  • Position Summary

    A Project Officer/Grant Specialist in the NYU Office of Sponsored Programs advises faculty on long-term financial viability of department/center given multiple grants and contracts from various sources with differing project end dates. Locates and identifies sources of outside funding on own accord. Develops budget proposals and monitors the resulting awards received for academic and research projects and programs. Interprets regulations and guidelines of multiple programs funding with complex and broad guidelines for spending. Develops, negotiates and maintains subcontracts under prime contract. Serves as signature authority for electronic proposals, submits electronic proposals and assists with problems. Responsible for institutional sign-off on proposal, and ensures that any changes were correctly completed. Supervises the processing of invoices and day-to-day monitoring of budgets. Ensures compliance with sponsor terms, University policies/procedures and federal regulations. Education and Experience: Bachelor degree and 5 - 7 years of progressive grant and contract experience. Advanced degree preferred.

    Qualifications

    Required Education:
    Bachelor's degree and

    Preferred Education:
    Master's degree

    Required Experience:
    3 years' relevant experience with research administration or an equivalent combination. Must include authoring proposals for funded research and preparing budgets.

    Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
    Familiarity with federal regulatory compliance requirements and submission of proposals using electronic research sources. Ability to work well independently or in a group under strict deadlines. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.

    Additional Information

    EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

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