Grants Manager - Epidemiology
JOB SUMMARY: Experience with COEUS systems, DMS, proficient in excel formulated worksheets, PEER submissions (Grants and Contracts) and eRA Commons; problem solving, keep abreast of NIH policy and internal policies, work in a fast and productive environment in an efficient manner which is deadline driven requiring multiple tasking and prioritizing. Prefer 5 years' experience in COEUS and COEUSLite; VUMC Financial systems; professional communication and writing and analytical problem solving abilities. Work "independent" to achieve the outcomes as required by supporting Faculty/Staff and outside collaborative sites. Looking for the right candidate with a desire to perform at the highest level of competency is a mandatory requirement. At least 5 years' experience as a Grants Manager or Administrative Officer is preferable. Work closely with Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Sponsored Programs Office, Contracts Management and Finance. This position will require taking the grant submission from inception to the completion for a successful and compliant application through Grants.gov and other funding Agencies in the required platform. Candidates with limited experience but has proven skills and a willingness to learn will also be considered. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Department Summary: The Division of Epidemiology is committed to conducting research to enhance and expand our understanding of the distribution and determinants of disease, to promoting collaboration aimed at the translation of research into cost-effective strategies of disease prevention and health care delivery, and to training independent investigators in epidemiology research and disease prevention.
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