As a Research Grant Specialist, you will work with the Academic Pathology Group to complete and submit federal and non- federal grants and serves as the liaison between department or research groups and sponsored research funds administration, accounting, and finance departments. This role generally performs all Pre- and Post- award administrative functions, including, but not limited to, ensuring internal documents are prepared and routed for signature and processing, monitoring grant accounts, tracking all expenses, providing grant and financial reconciliation, and research-related financial reporting. Ensures compliance with all internal policies, federal and local agency requirements including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and local Institutional Review Board.
Works with group to complete and submit federal and non-federal grants.
Works as the liaison between department or research group and sponsored research funds administration, accounting, and finance departments.
Generally, performs all Pre-and Post- award administrative functions.
Ensures internal documents are prepared and routed for signature and processing.
Monitors grant accounts, tracks all expenses, provides grant and financial reconciliation, and research-related financial reporting.
Monitors Time & Effort for accurate reporting and performs necessary funding corrections via direct cost transfer requests.
Responsible for grant close out.
Identifies opportunities for research funding opportunities.
May negotiate budgets for clinical trials.
May assist with research participant billing.
Ensures compliance with internal policies and procedures, all federal and local agencies including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and local Institutional Review Board.
Maintains research practices using Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines.
Maintains strict patient confidentiality according to HIPAA regulations and applicable law.
Participates in required training and education programs.
Bachelor's Degree required
Certification In Clinical Research - CRA/CPRA/CFRA/SoCRA certification preferred
Minimum three to five years (3-5 years) minimum experience in administration of research grants, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Excellent verbal/written communication skills and solid understanding of federal and major funding agency grant submission guidelines.
Experience working with multi-PI proposals.
Experience with preparation of general grant submission components, including the preparation of progress and financial reports.
Experience with preparation of scientific manuscripts and abstracts.
Proficiency with eRA commons, grants.gov, NIH RePORTER, Federal Reporter, and other related proposal submission systems.
Working Title: Research Grant Specialist II - Department of Academic Pathology
Department: Pathology Group Operations
Business Entity: Academic / Research
City: Los Angeles
Job Category: Family & Function, Academic / Research
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