Manager, Sponsored Reseach and Programs
Job Number Full/Part Time Schedule Salary 201901137281 Full Time 8AM - 5PM $84,500 - $146,000
Reporting to the School of Medicine (SOM) Associate Dean/Chief Financial and Administrative Officer, and in collaboration with the Senior Associate Dean of Research, the Manager provides leadership, management, and development in support of the school's strategic plan to promote and grow sponsor-funded programs and research. The incumbent is responsible for a variety of complex operational, managerial and outreach functions in support of SOM research administration and extramurally funded initiatives.
Duties include analysis and interpretation of federal, state and university policies and procedures; development and delivery of training workshops and meetings; oversight of specialized research administrative functions and deployment of staff resources. Moreover, the manager should possess a strong background in fund accounting administration in order to adequately advise and teach the team, while ensuring a high level of data integrity on all managed funds. The incumbent participates directly with leadership in strategic and tactical planning in the pursuit of extramural funds and provides expert consultation in the highly complex business operations of sponsored funding to SOM senior leadership, department heads, staff and campus constituents, as well as external partners as needed.
The Manager leads and directs a team of employees providing services in the areas of research development, pre-award activities, writing and editing, and selected award management to a complement of SOM units which includes the Dean's Office, the Division of Biomedical Sciences, the Division of Clinical Sciences, Center for Healthy Communities, Student Affairs, Undergraduate Medical Education, and Graduate Medical Education. Please note: The hiring salary for this position will be up to the salary range midpoint of $125,500 and the successful candidate will be placed on the salary range based on education and years of relevant experience.
Degree Requirement Bachelor's degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training. Required
Experience Requirement 8 - 13 years of related experience. Required Demonstrated five years recent experience working in financial and administrative operations for an institution of higher education and research Required Demonstrated experience with UC accounting, contract and grants award management, purchasing, and equipment management policies, procedures and practices.
Preferred Previous supervisory/managerial experience. Preferred Experience in University/Medical School research administration to include operations; regulatory compliance; Quality Assurance; budgets and contracts; personnel; and site administration. Required Demonstrated supervisory experience to include training, skillset development, and corrective coaching. Required
In-depth knowledge of the organization's operational, personnel, and financial transactions and systems related to administration of contracts and grants.
Demonstrated ability to work independently; excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated ability to develop and manage grant writing skills/ development programs.
Knowledge of industry and grant funding best practices and procedures.
Service orientation, strong management skills, leadership, sound judgment and decision making, critical thinking and creative problem solving.
Demonstrated skills using common desktop/web applications; understanding of research enterprise databases.
Demonstrated ability to negotiate mutually beneficial agreements.
Ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing to multiple constituencies.
Knowledge of federal regulations governing research activity: OMB A-21, A110 and A-133, including requirements for time and effort reporting;
Demonstrated skills to independently analyze situations, interpret data, define problems and/or objectives, identify relevant factors, and formulate logical conclusions and recommendations.
Advanced expertise with Windows-based software (i.e. Microsoft Office suite); proficiency in computerized information systems to retrieve data in order to develop, disseminate and interpret comprehensive datasets and reports for SOM senior leadership and staff and to gather proposal, award, personnel, budget and expenditure data.
Demonstrated ability to maintain high level of confidentiality and HIPAA adherence.
Knowledge of University accounting principles and cost accounting standards.
Strong experience in fund accounting and post-award administration.
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