Apply for the Vacancy for Pre-Award Specialist at the Saint Louis University. The category of the position is Sponsored Programs, Grants, and Contracts.
- Performs pre-award sponsored awards activities for assigned unit(s) within the GO Center. Pre-award activities include, but are not limited to assisting Principal Investigators (PIs) in developing, preparing, editing, and submitting federal and non-federal grant and contract proposals
- Additionally, the candidate advises the PI and completes all administrative requirements when preparing proposals
- Also, he/she coordinates and reviews proposal elements for consistency, accuracy, and thoroughness in line with sponsor guidelines
- Likewise, the incumbent confers with PI and pre-award support staff at collaborating institutions or organizations to secure necessary sub-award documents for proposals
Pre-Award Outreach and Liaison
- Interacts and collaborates with GO Center staff, various internal administrative staff, and professional staff at the federal government, non-federal sponsors, corporate sponsors, and other institutions
- Additionally, the incumbent works effectively with other university offices (central, school, departments, divisions, GO Centers) on research proposals
- Furthermore, contributes information and ideas related to areas of responsibility as part of a cross-functional team
- Assists with a variety of research administration/grants managements systems internal and external to the university
- Furthermore, performs related responsibilities as required
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Knowledge of grant development, proposals, applications, and administration
- Project facilitation skills
- Additionally, the ability to maintain accurate records and attention to details
- Knowledge of best practices in research administration and current regulations in the areas of research administration or interpretation of similar regulations
- Also, the ability to establish and maintain effective collaborations with the diverse campus community and representatives from foundations and federal agencies
- Knowledge of concepts related to sponsor-specific policies, intellectual property policy, conflict of interest requirements, publication rights, application of indirect cost rates and other complex concepts in research administration
- Likewise, the ability to manage detail and to organize and prioritize workload during high-pressure, high volume workload periods
- Furthermore, the ability to exercise sound judgment, discretion, and tact
- Additionally, thrive in a fast-paced, heavy-volume department
- Bachelor’s degree required; experience working with sponsored research administration in an academic setting preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience.
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