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Welcome to SVA’s jobs portal, your one-stop shop for finding the most up to date source of employment opportunities. We have partnered with the National Labor Exchange to provide you this information. You may be looking for part-time employment to supplement your income while you are in school. You might be looking for an internship to add experience to your resume. And you may be completing your training ready to start a new career. This site has all of those types of jobs.

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Case Western Reserve University Assistant Director of Funded Projects (job#8524) in Cleveland, Ohio

POSITION OBJECTIVE Working with a high degree of independence, provide overall administrative management and coordination of a variety of business related functions; finance, budget, and grant administration for various departments within the School of Medicine. The assistant director will be assigned a research portfolio made up of multiple grants and contracts, based in multiple clinical research departments with annual expenditures between $4.5m and $5.5m. These assignments will change as needed based on changes in funding levels, staffing needs and other dynamics. The assistant director is expected to function as the financial and business manager across their assigned portfolio and working with directly with faculty and staff as it relates to grant submissions, financial reporting, tracking of expenses, determining optimal staffing levels based on available resources, and ensuring compliance with post award management for multiple NIH institutes, other Federal and State agencies, industrial and non-profit funding agencies. The assistant director will develop and implement plans for optimizing the management of resources, exercising discretion and independent judgment to assigned departments related to managing revenues and expenses, as well as working across units within the Office of Finance and with administrators across the SOM and University. The assistant director has authority to accomplish objectives within established guidelines and policies with the expectation of only referring special problems to the Executive Director. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS *Serve as the financial and business operations director for their assigned portfolio which will range between $5m-$7m in annual direct spending. Extract data from multiple university sources and systems and perform continuous financial modeling for implementation. Review spending patterns in order to project future trends and prepare long-range operational forecasts and cash flow analysis. Develop monthly forecasts for each PI outlining all projects in their portfolio and meet with them monthly to review trends. Develop and implement strategies to avoid over and under spending. Review and monitor spending levels and commitments. Be the main contact and primary administrator to departmental staff, faculty and Chairs for all things related to funded projects Delegate tasks to other Hub employees as needed and follow up with colleagues, departmental staff and faculty to assure tasks are completed in a timely manner. Create efficiencies to improve accuracy. (30%) *Provide multi-institution, complex proposal development for collaborative research, industry and clinical-trials grants and contracts. Provide background research to emphasize the connection between the research needs statement and the interests of the funder. Manage contract and grant proposal preparation processes for the more demanding and reporting-intensive sponsors with varying policies, restrictions and deliverables. Advise faculty on complex contract and grant terms that may impact the administration of a project involving multiple institutions in both the U.S. and international sites. Facilitate terms and conditions of awards, budget augmentation, and project period with the principals. Ensure compliance with all state and federal agency regulations, industry, non-profit organizations, and university procedures. Develop, and implement a system to ensure all projects closeouts are done timely. Maintain files of sponsored projects financial reports and close out packages. Provide multi-institution, complex proposal development for collaborative research, industry and clinical-trials grants and contracts. Provide background research to emphasize the connection between the research needs statement and the interests of the funder. Meet with PIs, chairs and Executive Director t