At New York Blood Center, our greatest strength is our people—the employees, blood donors and recipients, supporters, partners, and many others who join forces to save lives each and every day. As one of the most comprehensive blood centers in the world, we are driven by a passionate enthusiasm to strengthen our diverse communities, and we continue to build on a legacy of innovation that spans more than five decades. NYBC serves as a multifaceted, patient-focused healthcare resource and global change agent dedicated to improving public health, empowering communities, and maximizing resources through collaboration and partnership.
As an integral member of our team, you will oversee the management of Pre-Award and Post Awards for NYBC and all our affiliates, including the development and management of various complex government, foundation and corporate grants and contracts that support medical research.
Pre-Award responsibilities include:
Managing all administration related to Pre-Award research grant submissions.
Creating and maintaining all processes, procedures, forms, templates and databases that relate to Pre-Award Grant and proposal submissions.
Providing administrative and technical guidance and support to investigators seeking outside funding for research.
Maintaining and monitoring grant and contract tracking systems and databases, as well as producing standard and ad hoc reports as needed.
Preparing budgets, administrative forms, and compiling final grant application submissions.
Reviewing and editing incoming proposals for accuracy of structure, compliance with policies and procedures, conflicts of interest, and appropriateness of terms and provisions.
Post-Award responsibilities include:
Reconciling accounts and performing accounting associated with monthly and annual close.
Supporting financial audits and ensuring completion of regular financial attestations.
Ensuring faculty members funding portfolios are properly managed.
Recommending budget adjustments and other cost improvement measures.
Developing complex financial models and reports for forecasting, trending and results from the analysis.
Creating, revising and/or re-budgeting awards into the ERP financial system.
Creating and managing subaward agreements between the organization and outside institutions.
Clearing suspense, overdrafts and liquidation of open commitments.
Assisting in the year-end financial close-out process and progress reports.
To qualify, a Bachelor’s Degree along with 1-2 years’ experience administering federal or corporate grants and contracts, and extensive experience in electronic submissions for the National Institute of Health (NIH). Strong knowledge of governmental and non-governmental grants administration practices and systems, as well as proposal and grant writing procedures/requirements will be expected. The ability to create/generate budgets, and intimate knowledge of Government Grant Systems including eRA commons, grants gov and MYNCBI required. Solid oral/written communication, analytical, organizational, problem-solving and PC skills are all essential.
We offer a competitive salary, dynamic work environment, and a comprehensive benefits package. For immediate consideration, please apply online, at: