Performs routine pre-award and/or post-award sponsored programs activities associated with management and oversight of the life cycle of awards.
Assist PAFM establish sponsored projects and related budgets in the university's financial system, maintain project files, and attend PI meetings.
Perform close-out procedures for sponsored projects including confirmation of accurate accounting records, indexing documents in Xtender, facilitating non-financial reports, and closing cost share funds.
Monitor/process accounting records for compliance & accuracy (managing FI144/HR115 questions) including fund balances, project budgets, direct/indirect charges, & sub-invoices to include coordination with the PI/dept/ORS and complete assigned comp reviews.
Assist with coordination of needs for billing and reporting as needed internally and follow-up for PI technical reports upon sponsor notification externally.
Travel as required for professional development.
Bachelor's degree and 1 year experience OR combination of education and experience to equal 5 years.
Experience in research administration (including Federal regulations and institutional policy), fund accounting, Banner, and/or Cognos.
Business-related degree, CPA or CPA candidate, CRA/CFRA/CPRA or candidate.
Required attachments: Cover Letter and Resume / CV
If you should need assistance with the application process, please contact Texas Tech University, Human Resources, Talent Acquisition office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 806.742.3851.
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Internal Number: 15725
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Texas Tech University Established in 1923, Texas Tech is a public, Carnegie R1 research-intensive university; the University enrolls over 37,000 students and offers more than 150 bachelors, 100 masters, and 60 doctoral degree programs across its main campus, its eLearning online courses, and its seven in-state regional teaching sites, and the Texas Tech Center and Llano River Field Station at Junction. Encompassing 10 academic colleges, a Graduate School, and a School of Law, Texas Tech University is the largest institution and the flagship of the Texas Tech University System whose endowment is over $1 billion. The System also operates a medical school, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, which is located adjacent to Texas Tech's general academic campus and offers many joint degree programs and opportunities for research partnerships. Texas Tech University is on track, as one of 10 Carnegie R1 institutions, to be designated an Hispanic Serving Institution in the fall of 2019, and is a member of Big 12 athletic conference with 17 teams in 11 varsity sports.