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8681 - Grant/Data Specialist

This position facilitates pre-award research proposal development and subsequent implementation with budget and budget justification development and all other non-scientific proposal components and submission of proposals according to agency and university policies for the Department of Otolaryngology-HNS in the IU School of Medicine. This position is responsible for all post-award management, including effort reporting, consortium agreements, accounts maintenance and working knowledge of agency and university accounting procedures, policies and systems. This position maintains fiscal officer delegation to prepare, review and approve personnel and accounting documents.

Primary Responsibilities Include:

• Research data management and protection for various research projects and requires ability to work in Microsoft ACCESS for data entry and retrieval through complex queries. • Assist investigators stay up-to-date with current and revised policies of the university as well as funding agencies, such as NIH. • Review specific proposal guidelines. Meet with PI initially and as needed throughout proposal preparation to have a good understanding of project focus, protocol and participant requirements. Contact other IUSM investigators, consortium investigators or consultants regarding biosketches, personal statements, budgets, institutional requirements and authorizations. • Work with ORA in set-up of budget(s) and consortium agreements for all funding periods. Monitor grant accounts for allowable and allocable expenses, object codes, F&A charges. Summarize accounts with Excel shadow files each month, provide funding projections; correct object codes or accounts if appropriate. review and approve consortium invoices, track consortium awards and expenses. • Serve as fiscal officer delegate. Review/approve financial and/or travel documents for grant accounts. Review/approve timesheets. • Summarize new protocols, create testing checklists and data-entry forms.

Required: Bachelor's degree in Science or Health-related field from an accredited institution plus one year experience in research: or Associate's degree in Allied health professsions/bachelor's degree in other disciplines plus three years experience in health or research or 2 years in clinical research required.

Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.