University of Pennsylvania Grants Coordinator B in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Posted Job Title
Grants Coordinator B
Job Profile Title
Grants Coordinator B
Job Description Summary
The Special Operations Unit is a group consisting of specialized research personnel that are utilized, on an as needed basis, to provide support throughout the DOM divisions. Specialized support includes multi-divisional project management on more complicated grants (including training grants, program projects, clinical trials, and projects with multiple subcontracts), onboarding support and training for new employees, and pre-award support in budget and proposal development. This position reports to the MAF and indirectly to the grants managers within the unit as well as PSOM Office of Research Support Services.
Under limited supervision, the Grants Coordinator B will support the grants managers within the Special Operations Unit in the Department of Medicine. This will include producing and/or managing financial reporting, including the generation of specialized reports for complicated program projects; assisting in proposal preparation, developing budgets, monitoring expenditures; monthly reporting; identifying incorrect transactions, preparing documentation necessary for corrections, and data entry of the correcting transaction; updating and distributing internal reports; serving as backup for purchasing, check requests and payroll. The Grants Coordinator B will be responsible for monthly payroll processing and serve as backup for purchasing and accounts payable.
A Bachelor's degree and 2 to 4 years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Working ConditionsOffice, library, computer roomPhysical EffortTypically sitting at a desk or table
Job Location - City, State
Department / School
Perelman School of Medicine
$42,953.00 - $77,315.00
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