Finance and Grants Compliance Manager

Compensation

: $105,090.00 - $169,860.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Full-Time

Industry

: Financial Services - Insurance



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Do you have an interest in academia? Want to be a part of a close-knit community while expanding your skill set? A World Class University seeks a talented and motivated Finance and Grants Compliance Manager to act as expert source of advice on all pre-award matters and support principal investigators. This position stands on a 4-month contract basis; however, it has the potential to extend into permanent work. Moreover, this is a tremendous prospect for an exceedingly organized individual looking to expand in a vigorous and growing environment. Responsibilities : Provide efficient and effective post-award accounting services to faculty and administrators Manage monthly grant reconciliations, grants financial reporting, for assigned grants and divisions Maintain records in accordance with internal procedures, demonstrating compliance with sponsor and sponsor agreements, and University regulations concerning project expenditures, equipment, and other fiscal concerns Execute accurate and timely payroll accounting for assigned grant related personnel Responsible for assigned grants/divisions, for ensuring the accuracy and timeliness of grant related Keep tracking system and documentation of all invoices received and paid. Handle assigned grants/divisions, for preparing patient care invoices for non-industry funded clinical trials Assist in quarterly and annual budget procedures including loading grants fiscal year budgets and salary to budget tool. Support the year end closing procedures Ensure that grant expenses have been posted, SAPOS and POs are correctly accounted for and encumbered in ARC Sponsored Projects Financial reports Assists, as required, in grants invoicing, closeout and validations Qualifications : Bachelor s degree At least of 4 years related pre-award and grants management experience Experience managing federal and private grants Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) Demonstrated knowledge of research administration, grants management, and accounting business processes Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills Preferences : CRA certificate Experience with clinical trials from an academic healthcare environment Involvement with NIH funding/grants University work experience Job ID : 175066 Please note, our client is only considering local candidates currently. Thank you If you are already working with a WinterWyman recruiter, please contact them directly; otherwise, please send your resume and contact information to nyfcwinterwyman.com * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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