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REMOTE-Grant Manager (National Institutes of Health)

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REMOTE-Grant Manager (National Institutes of Health)

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Dallas, TX United States

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The Grant Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of a portfolio of complex assistance activities under the Global Health Programs primarily supported by the National Institutes of Health. The Grant Manager ensures that all activities uphold CRDF Global policies and best practices in all aspects of grant administration. The Grant Manager is required to have extensive knowledge and training on the principles, concepts, and methodology of grant administration and skill in applying this knowledge to many different, unrelated, and/or nonstandard project activities. Demonstrated experience navigating complex projects under NIH grant management policies and procedures and 2 CFR 200 rules and regulations is required for this position.  While standard operating procedures are available, the Grant Manager Programs applies proven experience in federal award management and application of policies and best practices to provide expertise and consultation to stakeholders working on Global Health programs. This position develops subaward implementation plans, evaluates funding award compliance across the organization and identifies potential control weaknesses. The position requires ingenuity to adapt procedures, techniques, and tools to meet funding program requirements consistent with federal regulations and requirements. The Grant Manager owns and leads a process and/or is responsible for staff. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties and responsibilities of the position should be listed in order of importance. Manages a team of grants staff implementing cradle-to-grave subgrants/subawards under NIH programs and develops strategies to meet stated program objectives.  Oversees a portfolio of assistance activities with moderate/high complexity:  Performs pre-award risk assessments and develops and implements risk mitigation plans Reviews and approves subgrant/subaward financial plans Issues and negotiates subgrant/subaward agreements with award recipients Coordinates with internal and external stakeholders on all aspects of grants administration, ensuring subgrantee compliance with all federal rules and regulations and CRDF Global policies and procedures, and  Maintains agreement files per federal audit requirements. Provides comprehensive financial monitoring of programs, including the review and approval of subgrantee payments and advance requests and completion of grant account expense reconciliations Recommends and executes policy and procedural improvements for NIH-funded programs that will improve the efficiency or effectiveness of award administration, including review of award policies and procedures, creation of forms and templates and contributing to or leading process improvement efforts for internal grant management and financial systems  Supports complex Global Health Division proposal activities including participation in proposal design and pricing, and review of stated subaward/subgrant terms and conditions Provides high quality, timely support to internal and external customers  Leads onboarding and training efforts for internal stakeholders throughout the organization. Utilizing key performance indicators (KPIs) and stakeholder feedback, leads staff efforts to meet annual goals and objectives Support staff growth and development including overseeing progress on annual goals and objectives, executing annual performance assessments and developing and implementing individual professional development plans in coordination with the Director Other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Non-profit Management, Business, Government, or a Related Field. 5+ years of experience working on federal assistance programs with emphasis on programs funded by the National Institutes of Health. Demonstrated experience working on NIH-funded programs preferably with domestic and foreign collaborators, required. 5+ years' experience in managing and developing staff and leading a team. Prior experience working with international partners, in foreign markets, administering foreign assistance agreements, and/or working on or leading cross-border teams highly desired. Grants management, accounting, research administration or similar industry training or certifications preferred. Proven customer service experience and effective oral and written communication skills required. Candidate should be comfortable communicating with stakeholders entirely through e-mail, video conference, or mobile phone where required. Ability to utilize Microsoft Office Suite with emphasis on Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word. Candidate should be comfortable preparing financial reports and statistical analysis, creating presentations, and drafting award agreements and related documents. Strong critical thinking and analysis, planning and problem-solving skills. Demonstrated ability to work independently and to adapt quickly to new challenges. High level of organization and attention to detail. U.S. work authorization.  

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Dec 07, 2022

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S16581888793697779

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United States

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Dallas, TX

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The Grant Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of a portfolio of complex assistance activities under the Global Health Programs primarily supported by the National Institutes of Health. The Grant Manager ensures that all activities uphold CRDF Global policies and best practices in all aspects of grant administration. The Grant Manager is required to have extensive knowledge and training on the principles, concepts, and methodology of grant administration and skill in applying this knowledge to many different, unrelated, and/or nonstandard project activities. Demonstrated experience navigating complex projects under NIH grant management policies and procedures and 2 CFR 200 rules and regulations is required for this position.  While standard operating procedures are available, the Grant Manager Programs applies proven experience in federal award management and application of policies and best practices to provide expertise and consultation to stakeholders working on Global Health programs. This position develops subaward implementation plans, evaluates funding award compliance across the organization and identifies potential control weaknesses. The position requires ingenuity to adapt procedures, techniques, and tools to meet funding program requirements consistent with federal regulations and requirements. The Grant Manager owns and leads a process and/or is responsible for staff. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties and responsibilities of the position should be listed in order of importance. Manages a team of grants staff implementing cradle-to-grave subgrants/subawards under NIH programs and develops strategies to meet stated program objectives.  Oversees a portfolio of assistance activities with moderate/high complexity:  Performs pre-award risk assessments and develops and implements risk mitigation plans Reviews and approves subgrant/subaward financial plans Issues and negotiates subgrant/subaward agreements with award recipients Coordinates with internal and external stakeholders on all aspects of grants administration, ensuring subgrantee compliance with all federal rules and regulations and CRDF Global policies and procedures, and  Maintains agreement files per federal audit requirements. Provides comprehensive financial monitoring of programs, including the review and approval of subgrantee payments and advance requests and completion of grant account expense reconciliations Recommends and executes policy and procedural improvements for NIH-funded programs that will improve the efficiency or effectiveness of award administration, including review of award policies and procedures, creation of forms and templates and contributing to or leading process improvement efforts for internal grant management and financial systems  Supports complex Global Health Division proposal activities including participation in proposal design and pricing, and review of stated subaward/subgrant terms and conditions Provides high quality, timely support to internal and external customers  Leads onboarding and training efforts for internal stakeholders throughout the organization. Utilizing key performance indicators (KPIs) and stakeholder feedback, leads staff efforts to meet annual goals and objectives Support staff growth and development including overseeing progress on annual goals and objectives, executing annual performance assessments and developing and implementing individual professional development plans in coordination with the Director Other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Non-profit Management, Business, Government, or a Related Field. 5+ years of experience working on federal assistance programs with emphasis on programs funded by the National Institutes of Health. Demonstrated experience working on NIH-funded programs preferably with domestic and foreign collaborators, required. 5+ years' experience in managing and developing staff and leading a team. Prior experience working with international partners, in foreign markets, administering foreign assistance agreements, and/or working on or leading cross-border teams highly desired. Grants management, accounting, research administration or similar industry training or certifications preferred. Proven customer service experience and effective oral and written communication skills required. Candidate should be comfortable communicating with stakeholders entirely through e-mail, video conference, or mobile phone where required. Ability to utilize Microsoft Office Suite with emphasis on Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word. Candidate should be comfortable preparing financial reports and statistical analysis, creating presentations, and drafting award agreements and related documents. Strong critical thinking and analysis, planning and problem-solving skills. Demonstrated ability to work independently and to adapt quickly to new challenges. High level of organization and attention to detail. U.S. work authorization.  


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