University of Rochester - Center for Translational Neuromedicine
Location: Rochester, New York
Salary: $75,000 to $100,000 annually
Higher Education Institution
Relocation is negotiable for those living outside of the Western – Central NY region.
Internal Number: 239332
The University of Rochester’s Center for Translational Neuromedicine (CTN) focuses on the development of new approaches for treating neurological diseases, primarily using cell and gene therapy. The research performed in the Center has led to novel therapies and supported advancements in the biotechnology industry.
The Center for Translational Neuromedicine is now in search of a Research Grants & Finance Administrator (Admin II - CTN). The Research Grants & Finance Administrator will act as the Program Manager for all active grant-based projects. This involves managing financials and contract administration for the grants, along with strategic planning to increase cohesion with our sister center at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Research Grants & Finance Administrator will achieve this through:
Fiscal Administration: Monitors the current and long-range/forecasted operating and capital budgets of the research mission. Develops monthly, quarterly and annual reports on financial status of various accounts and projects. Manages best practice fiscal/administrative procedures in the Center.
Grants Management: Collaborates with Center leadership and Principal Investigators (PI’s) to prepare grant applications and submissions. For funded awards, directs the distribution of funds and provides routine reports to the funding agency.
Research Administration: Manages ongoing and emerging research initiatives for the Center, monitoring grant submission deadlines and needs for funded projects. Sends regular reports to sponsoring agencies including National Institutes of Health (NIH), the DOD, foundations and other professional organizations providing research grants.
Personnel Management: Coaches and mentors’ staff, fosters an expectation of accountability and recognizes teamwork. Is the Center’s liaison to Human Resources, Benefits, HR Service Center, and Payroll.
The Center for Translational Neuromedicine is open to a hybrid work schedule, a mix of onsite and remote work, for the Research Administrator.
The successful Research Grants & Finance Administrator candidate will have:
5+ years of relevant financial and grants management experience, preferably in an academic setting
2+ years of experience in a supervisory or management capacity
Biotech experience preferred
Knowledge of the associated reporting guidelines for sponsored funds is beneficial
Excellent analysis and project management skills
Benefits: U of R is proud to offer a very comprehensive benefit package including Medical, Dental, Vision, PTO, Paid Holidays, Tuition Reimbursement and much more! In regard to this position, relocation’s negotiable for those living outside of the Western – Central NY region.
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About University of Rochester - Center for Translational Neuromedicine
Founded in 1850, the University of Rochester is one of the nation’s leading research universities and is the cultural, artistic, healthcare, and educational leader for the region. The University is home to nearly 12,000 students and 3,900 full- and part-time faculty, who serve the university’s teaching, research, and clinical missions in eight schools and colleges and its renowned medical center.
The University of Rochester has a long tradition of breaking boundaries—always pushing and questioning, learning and unlearning. We transform ideas into enterprises that create value and make the world ever better. The University’s academic programs are delivered through seven units:
•Arts, Sciences & Engineering
•The Eastman School of Music
•The School of Medicine and Dentistry
•The School of Nursing
•The Eastman Institute for Oral Health
•The Simon Business School
•The Warner School of Education