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The department of Medicine is actively seeking a Research Analyst 1. The Research Analyst 1 prepares data, conducts statistical analysis and summarizes results for a variety of research projects.
Work on complex grant submission teams for big science proposals for all MSOM investigators.
May lead a team or take on a supporting role within the team.
Assist in the creation of tools to aid research-related activities including checklists, procedures, guidelines, workflows and other documents.
Maintain timely data on research-related activities.
Assist with analysis to detect trends and gaps in services.
Assist investigators to locate funding.
Work with colleagues to recognize potential collaborations.
Introduce investigators to services available to increase chance of funding success including writing support, editing services and graphic design.
Maintain an assigned portfolio of pre and post award activity.
Assist faculty with proposal submissions including budgets, justifications, formatting, interpretation of guidelines and final compilation.
Check all materials for completeness and accuracy. Assist faculty with post award activities including, preparation and interpretation of reports, forecasting, effort distribution and certification.
Provide guidance on allowable and unallowable expenditures at both the budget stage and the post-award expenditure stage. Respond to all faculty inquiries.
Create and maintain relationships with departmental staff, central staff and faculty.
Monitor systems for required approvals, check validity of requests and approve as appropriate.
Escalate questionable requests to Manager.
Maintain a current knowledge of grant regulations for various sponsors.
Contribute information and ideas related to area of responsibility.
Ensure effective and efficient work flow and adherence to quality standards for program and self.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications (Essential Requirements):
Minimum of one (1) year of experience with grants and contract management.
Professional certification in research administration is preferred.
High level of interpersonal skills are required. Excellent English oral and written communication skills.
Ability to analyze data and formulate conclusions and create reports.
Ability to learn changing technologies related to grants and contracts management.
Proficient use of computers; requires solid working knowledge of MS Office Suite.
Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects/tasks simultaneously.
Knowledge of federal and non-federal rules and regulations relating to research grant and/or contract activity.
Any appropriate combination of relevant education, experience and/or certifications will be considered.
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