Grants Coordinator B
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The Grants Administrator will oversee the non-clinical administrative and financial activities of the GBM Translational Center of Excellence (TCE) in the Abramson Cancer Center. Given that the GBM TCE spans over 7 different departments and more than 10 different research groups, a dedicated position is required to coordinate the efforts. The PM/GA will serve as the central node for the TCE, encompassing financial and administrative responsibilities.
Grant specific responsibilities will include preparation of non-scientific content for grant submission, managing required supplementary documentation for grant submission, and budget generation. Financial responsibilities will include grant money receipt and dispersal to the participating groups in the TCE. The applicant will track supply costs and effort costs. Additionally, this position will provide administrative support to several faculty in the GBM TCE, including processing lab supply orders and travel reimbursements. This position has a dotted reporting line to the PSOM Office of Research Support Services.
A Bachelor’s Degree and 2 years to 4 years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Master’s degree a plus.
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