The Manager of Administration and Finance (MAF) will oversee the non-clinical administrative and financial activities of the Division of Nephrology in the Department of Medicine including $10M annual budget in grants, gifts and endowments. The MAF will provide high level review of all Nephrology research funding on a monthly basis, provide financial oversight and planning which includes the annual budget process, monitoring, managing, reporting and projecting expenses during the year and taking the lead to prevent or solve financial issues as they arise. The candidate will direct and manage all business processes for faculty and personnel including managing salaries; purchasing; budget administration; pre and post award grant administration, including day-to-day business operations. This position will provide leadership, professional development and supervision to grants manager, grants coordinator and other business office staff.
The MAF will strategize with faculty and fellows on financial management of their research portfolios; suggest funding opportunities, advise on potential funding issues; will work on the more complicated grants including training grants and program project with multiple sub-contracts. Ongoing responsibilities include (1) oversee the development and administration of grants and operational budgets and manage post award activities including account setup, monitor and review of all sponsored projects expenditures including fund projections; (2) monitor and enforce compliance with sponsor guidelines and OMB Uniform Guidance; (3) maintain salary grids to ensure faculty and staff are paid correctly; (4) review and pre-certify all effort reports of faculty and staff. Administrative oversight of human resource functions, payroll and procurement approvals. Additional duties can also include provision of business services: computing services; facilities management; recruitment; interfacing with a large number of collaborators in the US and globally, and overseeing material transfers, IRB, and IACUC submissions.
The MAF will report to the Director of Division Administration for Nephrology and have an indirect reporting relationship the Chief Research Administrator for the Department of Medicine.
Internal Number: 39066
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