This is a position in Sponsored Projects Services within the Office
of the Vice President for Research which manages and supports the
research infrastructure, provides stewardship of external funding
and is dedicated to providing the best support possible for
• The role of an Award Analyst is to manage post award activity,
ensuring that all expenditures charged to sponsored project
accounts, including grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements
from Federal, State, Not for profit and Industry sponsors, are
fully compliant with University, Research Foundation, and sponsor
policies including project-specific requirements.
• The Award Analyst I works in an apprentice/ assistant mode with
one or more Award Analyst colleague, to learn policies and
procedures that control the management of expenditures, including
review, approval and processing expenditures, as well as assisting
with closeout of sponsored project accounts.
• The Award Analyst I will be trained with expectation that a
portfolio will be assigned and to serve as the primary point of
contact for post-award activities for those departments.
• As the point of contact, the Award Analyst I works
collaboratively with faculty and staff providing information
regarding policies and procedures and helps resolve
• Working remotely may be an option for this position.
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including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Bachelor’s Degree + 1-2 years of financial experience
Proficient in Microsoft Office tools
Experience in higher education setting
Attention to detail and ability to work with a high degree of
Good math skills
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