Emory University is a leading research university that fosters excellence and attracts world-class talent to innovate today and prepare leaders for the future. We welcome candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.
JOB DESCRIPTION: ** This position is located in the central Office of Sponsored Programs. ** Provides assistance to faculty and staff in preparing proposals for contractual awards with complex terms and conditions. Reviews sponsored research contractual terms/conditions and seeks guidance from supervisors and/or General Counsel as needed. Negotiates and draft sponsored research agreements and subcontracts with funding agencies/sponsors. Interacts with funding agencies/sponsors, faculty and staff to resolve institutional, regulatory, and contract management issues. Prepares Notice of Award Acceptance documents, ensures accuracy of administrative and financial award information. Responds to sponsor/agency, faculty or staff requests for additional information and/or clarification. Ensures appropriate certifications are obtained by faculty and forwarded to sponsor/agency. Coordinates getting required approvals or certifications from the appropriate organizational committees such as the Institutional Review Board and the Institutional Animal Use and Care Committee. Ensures funding agencies receive required approval letters. Ensures all compliance and regulatory requirements have been met as required by law, institutional or agency/sponsor policies. Maintains required records. Handles non-financial post-award activities such as reviewing and drafting amendments, modifications and addendums. Assists in organizing educational seminars/workshops for faculty and staff. Performs related responsibilities as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in business management, applied science or a related field and three years of related experience. Certified Research Administrator preferred. Strong communication (verbal and written), negotiation and customer service skills. Ability to synthesize and apply complex information.
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