Sr. Financial Analyst

Maryland, United States
Salary Not Specified
Feb 17, 2021
Employment Type
Full Time

The Packard Center was founded in 2000 with the sole purpose of supporting ALS biomedical research. The Sr. FA will play a key role in the administration of sponsored and non-sponsored funds.

Works closely with Center faculty and staff to prepare budgets and regulatory documentation required for grant submission

Central to the Packard Center’s mission, is the subaward process. At any one time, the Center funds approximately 30 ALS investigators in the US and internationally. In addition, the Center funds eight Answer ALS research program investigators located at academic institutes across the nation. The Sr. FA is responsible for executing and managing this portfolio.

  • Determines and monitors funds available for new research subawards
  • Works with scientific leadership to initiate and maintain subawards
  • School of Medicine - East Baltimore Campus

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