Senior Contract/Grant Coordinator - Public Health Office of the Dean - Job Number: 214125
Published: Thursday, December 9, 2021
Public Health Office of Dean
Oklahoma-Oklahoma City-Health Sciences Center
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday
Salary Range: $38,700 - $50,300 annually depending on experience
Benefits Provided: Yes
Required Attachments: Resume, Cover Letter
Under general supervision, provides administrative support to a state or national level sponsored grant or contract program by coordinating the program activities, attending meetings, preparing reports, recruiting for the program, analyzing data, prioritizing tasks, preparing grants, distributing information, and performing accounting duties for the program.
Coordinates various aspects of the grant and contract program to include but not limited to meetings, sponsorship, recruitment, and services.
Attends meetings and may act as the facilitator.
Prepares numerous reports on status of the grant or contract, resources needed, and future goals.
Recruits members for committees and assistance with the program.
Performs analyses to determine needed services, funds, and volunteers.
Prioritizes duties from needs assessment data or other resources.
Makes adjustments in order to meet goals.
Assists in the preparation of grants or contracts and ensures accuracy.
Collaborates with the Office of Research Administration, Principal Investigators, and other personnel.
Distributes information to staff and others.
Answers questions about the grant or contract and the progress of the grant/contract.
Prepares the grant and contract budget.
Reconciles accounts, purchases with ProCard, and enters and approves vouchers.
Responsible for appropriating funds for salaries and other grant and contract expenses.
May assist with supervising support personnel including other exempt employees including Program or Project Coordinators.
Assists with selecting, training, delegating tasks, and conducting performance appraisals.
Performs various duties as needed to successfully fulfill the function of the position.
Required Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in the field where the vacancy exists
Equivalent/Substitution: Will accept 48 months experience in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree for a total of 96 months experience.
- dvanced working knowledge of databases and electronic tools related to funding opportunity dissemination (e.g. Community of Science).
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
- Advanced working knowledge of pre-award grant submission process and federal application requirements.
- Advanced organization skills.
- Ability to communicate verbally and in writing.
- Ability to perform multitasks and handle stressful situations.
- Must be able to work in sitting position, use computer and answer telephone.
The University of Oklahoma complies with the Federal COVID-19 vaccine requirement for all employees. All current and future employees must provide proof of full vaccination or request an accommodation for exemption from the Federal requirement. For detailed information regarding this requirement, visit https://hr.ou.edu/News/Coronavirus-COVID-19-Information.
Hiring contingent upon a Background Check?- Yes
Special Indications: None
: Nov 16, 2021