Senior Research Financial Analyst
Job no: 516457
Work type: Administrative & Professional
Senior management: Vice President for Research
Department: Fralin Biomedical Res. Institute
Location: Roanoke Area
Categories: Business / Accounting / Finance, Administrative / Clerical, Research / Scientific, Grants / Contracts
Under the direction of the Director of Sponsored Research, the Senior Research Financial Analyst will be responsible for implementation and execution of various post-award and financial monitoring activities in support of FBRI’s sponsored program operations. The successful candidate will assist in award setup, compliance monitoring, reporting and closeout of sponsored research, outreach, and training projects which will include interacting with faculty, staff, and students in contract negotiation and award setup, reading and dissection of sponsor solicitations and requirements, effectively communicating award and reporting requirements to faculty and other award team members, compliance monitoring, reviewing transaction and project level spending, developing and maintain spending models, working with sponsoring agencies as needed and working with the university Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) to meet all university and sponsor award requirements. This position has access to confidential, proprietary and sensitive information.
A Criminal Background Check is required.
• Master’s degree in business administration or other related field, or equivalent training, experience, certification.
• Demonstrated ability to interpret and implement complex regulations, procedures and/or compliance standards, and experience working in a complex regulatory environment.
• Demonstrated experience in budget development.
• Proven ability to prioritize and manage large volumes of work to anticipate and meet deadlines.
• A strong commitment to customer service.
• Excellent communication and organizational skills.
• Demonstrated proficiency in Excel.
• Experience in an academic research environment.
• Experience with federally funded research programs, experience with NIH a plus.
• Experience in research grant and contract administration.
• CRA or other applicable professional certification.
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check
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