Rutgers University - New Brunswick, NJ

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Reports to the Executive Director for the Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL). Provides overall administrative management and supervision of the daily operations and performance of the CWGL. Functional responsibilities cover the areas of grant management and administration, finance, personnel and University relations. Requires oversight of and tracking mechanisms for monitoring and evaluation of grants received. Ensures accurate and timely processing of requests and actions, and professional, prompt, and courteous service to donors and other University stakeholders. Develops, restructures, and supervises the implementation of procedures and processes. Provides oversight, facilitation, and supervision of purchasing, personnel, space and oversees business processes including proposal writing, budget management, and grants administration. Interfaces with program staff to prepare reports. Resolves a diverse range of problems consistent with an understanding of the mission, vision, role, and goals of the Center and with a comprehensive understanding of administration/office management in accordance with management principles, applicable regulations, and university policies and procedures. Works independently with broadly defined work objectives and limited review of overall results. Performs professional work that requires specialized to general knowledge in one or more fields of management/administration and a solid understanding, use, and application of concepts, theories, principles, practices, regulations, terminology, and applied bases in area of specialization.

Job Requirements
Requires a bachelor’s degree in public/business administration, finance, or related field or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience that demonstrates knowledge and understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and practices. Master’s degree in related field preferred. Requires a minimum of two years relevant experience in a grants management and administration function, excellent communication skills, and must be proficient in Microsoft Office. Experience in supervision and overall office management is required. Knowledge of gender and human rights issues preferred. Knowledge of finance, project budgeting with strong writing and technical skills, particularly related to Rutgers systems and processes (RIAS/Human Capital Management (HCM) system, Rutgers Discoverer, General Ledger Journal, etc.) preferred.

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