Research Administrator II
Responsible for the development, management, and transmittal of contract and grant proposals to federal, state, and private funding agencies. Proposal submission includes review of, formatting and uploading documents, budget preparation, entry and routing of proposals in UFIRST or other applicable submission modules, and coordinating all aspects of the proposal submission to insure thorough and timely submission to the Division of Sponsored Research for review and submission to the funding agency.
Responsible for post-award management of grants and contracts. Responsible for completion of information and collection of needed documentation required on behalf of the Institute required for UFIRST Awards module set up.
Awards set-up includes but is not limited to associated subproject set-up, associated sub-award agreement set-up, establishment of needed effort commitments for key personnel, and set-up of F & A Center designations. Initiates NOA review and payroll distributions per the award budget, provides payable support and control for sponsored projects. This includes but is not limited to providing transaction approvals to the fiscal team in compliance with the rules and regulations outlined by the funding agency and the University; facilitates no-cost extension and carry-forward requests, initiates requests for budget/cost transfers, facilitates close outs, and monitors cost sharing requirements.
Reviews monthly grant reports to ensure expenses are correct according to grant/contract budget and agency guidelines. Meets with the PIs as requested to review report data and address questions or concerns.
Assists the Director, Assistant Director, and Academic Program Specialist regarding special projects including but not limited to collecting data for training grants.
Assists Graduate Students in preparation of grant submissions for internal and external funding opportunities.
Other duties as assigned.
$60,000-$70,000/annually; Commensurate with education and experience
Bachelor's degree and two years of experience in grant and contract administration; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
University Of Florida