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The Manager, Sponsored Programs oversees administrative and financial aspects of the Sponsored Programs division. The incumbent operates with the objective of increasing sponsored funding levels and the output of funding proposals, as well as maximizing the use and efficacy of existing research funding dollars. Additionally, the Manager, Sponsored Programs develops and implements policies and methods that are most effective to that end. Reviews all material budget variances with the appropriate senior staff and develops appropriate plans
of corrective action.
Prepares monthly variance reports for programs' management and development.
Assists in the preparation of grant reports for senior management.
Maintains portfolios for private and government grants and funds.
Develops and maintains grant allocation systems.
Manages monthly overhead and allocation tables and reallocates grant funds based on period reports.
Formulates comparative analyses of operating programs by analyzing costs in relation to services performed during previous fiscal years.
Creates and oversees budget, making recommendations for budget modifications when appropriate.
Approves all disbursement requests for accuracy in coding and availability of funds prior to commitment of funds.
Establishes and continuously assesses the effectiveness of the internal controls within the unit and compliance with University policies and procedures.
Ensures employees are trained on controls within the function and on University policy and procedures.
In addition to the core duties, position will be responsible for the management of a portfolio of Federal State and locally funded grants for the Perinatal Care Division is excess of $3 million. Manager will be responsible for the revenue cycle of these grants from invoicing through collection.
Will perform detailed reconciliations, identify and resolve program variances, and work in close conjunction with the Principal Investigators and agency representatives at the Children's Trust, Healthy Start and Miami Dade County.
Will be responsible for the annual budget process for this area of the Departmental involving the identification of all funded permanent full time, part time and temporary positions, and the budgeting of salary and non- salary items of cost in Tidemark.
Will also include assessment of budgetary risk due to potential losses of funding, and policy changes within the Department and external funding agencies.
Will identify annual funding variances in Tidemark and respond to variance inquiries as needed.
May be involved in any loss minimization plans due to funding shortfalls with Departmental leadership.
Will oversee team of 4 sponsored programs specialists in the absence of the Senior Manager and participate in annual reviews.
Will assist with the maintenance of pre award and post award data for the Department.
Bachelor's degree in relevant field
Minimum 5 years of relevant experience
Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes:
Knowledge of business and management principles.
Ability to direct, manage, implement, and evaluate department operations.
Ability to establish department goals, and objectives that support the strategic plan.
Ability to effectively plan, delegate and/or supervise the work of others.
Ability to lead, motivate, develop, and train others.
The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, tuition remission and more.
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