We are seeking a Subawards Associate who will process sub agreements under federal grants, foundation awards, and federal contract amendments.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Develop and modify outgoing sub agreements under prime federal grants, foundation awards, and Internal accounts.
Review all information provided by Subawards Specialist for accuracy.
Request any additional information needed from the JHU department contact to complete the sub agreement.
Update Access log and SWiFT record as needed.
Determine appropriate template to use for sub agreements, based on information provided in SWiFT.
Prepare initial sub agreement for review by supervisor.
Request internal order numbers.
Request shopping carts using SAP.
Maintain files awaiting return of the sub agreement from the subrecipient.
Assist subrecipient with questions and/or issues related to negotiation.
Submit partially executed agreement to supervisor for signature.
Assist the JHU P.I. and department admin with questions.
Assist Subawards Specialist and Subawards Associate in Pathology (IMPAACT) and Oncology (TBCRC) as needed.
Maintain current knowledge of developments in legislation and sponsor requirements affecting sub agreements.
Assist with JHU P.I./department training in the sub agreement process, upon request.
Provide reports upon request.
Assist Subawards Specialist with administrative questions.
Attend monthly SWiFT meetings.
Meet with supervisor with any issues/concerns.
Participate in Subawards Group/ORA all staff meetings.
Provide back up for vacancy in Subaward Specialist position where applicable.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree required.
Three years experience in research administration, one year of which is in a sponsored research environment.
Some familiarity with legal principles of negotiation and grant administration.
Additional experience may be considered in lieu of education.
Must be able to learn quickly, read analytically, and write well and fluently.
Requires strong typing and computer skills (Word, Access, Excel), excellent spelling and grammar, and the ability to communicate clearly.
Individual must be detail-oriented, well-organized, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously.
Must be able to handle ambiguity and to exercise professional judgment.
Must be able to work independently after initial instruction, but must also be willing and able to work as a member of a team with input from multiple sources.
Classified Title: Grants Associate Working Title: Subawards Associate Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PD Starting Salary Range: $61,070-$83,900-$106,710 Annually (Commensurate with experience) Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F 8:30 am - 5 pm /37.5 Exempt Status: Exempt Location: Remote Department name: SOM Admin Res Sponsored Proj Subcontract Personnel area: School of Medicine
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