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Senior Research Accountant (FT) Grants - Days

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Position Summary:

 
Performs the daily post-award research administration business processes within Research Finance, provides financial management of awarded projects including financial reporting to both internal and external sources and works closely with Grants and Contract staff in serving principal investigators and maintaining regulatory and policy compliance.
Responsibilities: 
  1. Manages post-award functions such as financial report review and submission; cost transfer approval; requisition approval; salary allocation approval; budget tracking; post-award data management; and subrecipient monitoring procedures.
  2. Establishes and maintains necessary policies and procedures and internal controls in order to facilitate compliance (post-award).
  3. Serves as technical resource on all accounting, reporting and compliance standards related to grants.
  4. Establishes and maintains positive relationship of trust and integrity with Grant and Contract personnel and principal investigators.
  5. Manages and maintains positive relationships with the federal grant and other sponsoring agencies.
  6. Coordinates and assists with the annual A-133 Audit.
  7. Builds and supports cross-functional grant processes to develop and establish policies and procedures to ensure compliance with all grant requirements. 
  8.  Analyzes and develops analytical tools to demonstrate capacity to grow within the organization.
  9. Provides guidance in the review, implementation and maintenance of grant accounting software.
  10. Assists in the preparation of the Indirect Cost Rate proposal.
  11. Performs other duties as required or assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree in related field and five (5) years of relevant finance or accounting experience required.
  • CPA/MBA preferred.
  • Must have an advanced knowledge of accounting/finance and be very detail-oriented.
  • Must have proficient knowledge of federal regulations associated with federal awards.
  • Demonstrated technical accounting competency with ability to independently complete account reconciliations drawn from distinct and complex data sources within a complex financial environment.
  • A strong working knowledge of business software applications required. 
  • Must be organized, self-motivated and capable of working independently to research and solve problems, yet also function effectively as a team member.
    Must be able to function under time pressure and meet deadlines.

Required Licensure/Certification Skills:
None

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