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Office Manager/Grants Administrator - (2016-44)

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Job Title
Office Manager/Grants Administrator
Shift Type
Education
Some College Coursework Completed
Location
Prevention Research Center - Oakland, CA 94612 US (Primary)
Career Level
Manager
Category
Administrative / Clerical
Job Type
Full-time
Travel
PIRE has a significant national presence in the area of applied science, with funded research projects at its centers on prevention, treatment, and policy research. PIRE scientists and practitioners continually focus on the design and implementation of complex program evaluation strategies and the conduct of research related to health and social issues, and criminal justice. PIRE practitioners and scientists provide training and technical assistance in many health-related areas to states and communities that are attempting to improve public health. For more information about PIRE go to www.PIRE.org.

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Position Summary

The Prevention Research Center (PRC) is searching for a full-time Office Manager/Grants Administrator in our Oakland office to provide administrative support and manage all office operations to ensure that the Center is in compliance with PIRE and funding agency procedures and policies.  The right candidate will be responsible for grant proposal preparation; preparing documents, manuscripts, and graphics; facility management; contract management; accounts payable; government compliance; HR activities; and budgetary oversight and preparation for projects and Overhead and grant proposals. Please submit a cover letter with your application. 

Job Requirements
  • College Degree preferred; however, in lieu of college degree we will consider years of experience plus education and demonstrated skills for this position
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ten years of administrative and/or management experience.  Administrative/management experience in federal, state, and local grants and contracts highly desirable, including familiarity with NIH grants policies, working knowledge of A-133 audit requirements, knowledge of account principals, budgetary practices, and various kinds of contractual arrangements (e.g., cost reimbursable, time and materials, fixed fee, etc.)
  • Supervisory experience

Budgeting Experience

  • Familiarity with human resources processes
  • Facilities management skills
  • Knowledge of specifications for NIH grant applications and experience assembling NIH grant application packages highly desirable
  • Experience working with MS Office Suite, including Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word
  • Advanced word processing skills
  • Knowledge of EndNote or other bibliographic software a plus
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, as well as part of a team
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize effectively
  • Excellent punctuation, spelling, and grammar skills
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
Some Primary Duties and Responsibilities
  • Oversee the planning, scheduling, and implementation of day-to-day Center administrative activities and procedures, ensuring efficient workflow.
  • Responsible for facilities maintenance; maintain relationships with outside vendors, building management, and others
  • Assemble grant application packages; prepare required forms and assist with development of budget documents
  • Process accounts receivable and accounts payable
  • Maintain grant and administrative files
  • May edit manuscripts, letters, PowerPoint presentations and other documents
  • Provide word processing support to research staff
  • Set up/maintain sub recipient tracking spreadsheets
  • Monitor Center timesheets
  • Assist with recruiting, processing new hires, preparing forms for hiring and separating staff.  Act as liaison between staff and HR
Exemption Type
Exempt


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