Grants Coordinator B
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Job Description Summary
The Gene Therapy Program (GTP) is entering a new era of unprecedented opportunity with the great potential to reshape the face of medicine as we know it. Our discoveries have set the stage for successful treatments and possibly even cures for devastating genetic diseases.
The laboratory of Dr. Jim Wilson, at GTP of the University of Pennsylvania, has been a leader in the development of innovative vector technology for close to three decades. We have emerged as the “go-to” organization for public and private partners, who want to participate in the gene therapy space. Currently, we are positioned to lead another round of vector innovation and establish pre-clinical and clinical proof-of-concept in therapeutic applications of in-vivo genome editing.
Continuation of all GTP positions is contingent upon funding.
We are currently looking for a Grants Coordinator B.
As a Grants Coordinator B, you will coordinate/administer proposals, including budget and related pre-award activities for a diverse sponsor portfolio. You will coordinate post award activities including account maintenance, monitor and review of all sponsored projects, expenditures including fund projections; audit; reconcile, distribute internal reports. You will assist Grants Manager(s) in working with Research Directors, Project Managers, Core Directors and Alliance Managers with discussions/advisement on financial issues related to their portfolios. You will monitor for compliance with sponsor guidelines. You will partner with payroll coordinator to assure faculty and staff are paid correctly. You will participate in specific projects, including the support of the annual budget submission.
The Grants Coordinator B will coordinate/track subcontracts; generate PO, track & maintain expenses; review incoming invoices; enter receipts; reconcile subcontracts to ensure consistent spending; track outstanding accounts receivable and assist in processing them for payment.
- A Bachelor's Degree with a major in finance or accounting and 2 to 4 years of experience required.
- Experience working with faculty creating proposals and managing grant funds, in particular NIH awards, required.
- Experience using Penn ERA preferred.
- a high degree of proficiency in Microsoft Excel required.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills an asset.
Job Location - City, State
Department / School
Perelman School of Medicine
$42,953.00 - $77,315.00
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