This is an at-will grant funded position.
Administer all budgets related to the NSF EPSCoR Track 1 grant and Track 2 grants totally ~ $28 million and 60 separate sub-account involving four colleges, eight departments and currently 27 faculty and 4 programs on campus. The numbers of a colleges, departments, faculty and programs will increase within the first year and annually. Administer sub awards to four institutions including three community colleges and the Teton Science School. Develop spreadsheets for distinct NSF EPSCoR requirements to coordinate with standard accounting procedures. Supervise budget planning and make budgetary recommendations to project director, project administrator, and principal investigators. Ensure proper accounting compliance in accordance with Federal agency standards.
Maintain and manage accurate accounting records to generate monthly, annual and final fiscal reports for Project Director, co-PIS, VP for Research and Economic Development, Federal agencies and other UW entities as needed.
Balance and reconcile accounts following UW accounting procedures and federal agency requirements. Perform daily bookkeeping and accounting functions including data entry, P-Card reconciling, purchase orders, and all personnel hiring on the project including EPSCoR staff, Ph.D. level facility managers, post-docs, graduate students, undergraduate students, high school students and teachers involved in the program (all totaling several hundred per year. Authorize/reject expenditures and disbursement of sponsored funds.
Assist in preparation of grant proposals and reports to federal agencies, including maintenance of databases required by Federal agencies. Work with External Evaluator to develop tracking procedures.
Bachelor's Degree and one year of experience in accounting.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
Experience working with large Federal grants and sub-awards.
Experience working with interdisciplinary teams to facilitate large projects.
Experience with PISTOL and HRMS systems.
Complete on-line application, resume, cover letter, and contact information for three work-related references.
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