Job Vacancies International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs
The International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP) at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health supports high-quality, HIV-related activities around the world. ICAP’s three main focus areas are: service delivery, training, and operational research. ICAP works with host countries and other organizations, principally in sub-Saharan Africa, to build capacity for family-focused HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment programs. ICAP programs are funded by the United States government and foundations.
Position: Grants & Development Manager, New York
Closing Date: Tuesday, 31 August 2010Closing date: 31 Aug 2010
Location: United States of America (the) – New York, NY
Grant Management Functions:
1. Liaise with financial management staff when proposals are awarded to ensure the timely establishment of accounts
2. Maintain a “database” of grant renewal dates, and due dates for all periodic technical and financial reports. Ensure that ICAP technical staff receives ample notice of these due dates
3. Coordinate the preparation of renewal proposals (as below under Development Functions)
4. Coordinate the preparation of technical reports (e.g., quarterly and/or annual reports for major programs)
5. Notify financial management staff of due dates for financial reports. Assist with any necessary liaison between ICAP financial and technical staff
6. Liaise with ICAP-NY Finance and ICAP-NY Human Resources staff to ensure that systems are in place to appropriately communicate salary support allocations in funded proposals
7. Serve as ICAP point of contact for New York and overseas based staff with regard to funding proposals; direct inquiries to appropriate ICAP-NY Finance staff as necessary
8. Liaise with funding agencies as required
9. Coordinate the preparation and production of all ICAP proposals, including project management of the proposal team, assuring that proposals contain all required information and data and comply with funding agency and Columbia University policies
10. Develop and maintain standard operating procedures for ICAP proposal preparation
11. Develop and adapt templates for narrative elements, budgets, and budget justifications that meet the requirements of funding agencies and Columbia University and are user friendly for program and country staff
12. Assure that proposals receive appropriate input from internal stakeholders and appropriate review by Columbia University’s Office of Research Administration
13. Manage review of budgets prepared by programmatic staff: coordinate with the Finance Unit and Project Officers to ensure timely development and review of budgets, edit budgets as necessary, manage the development of summary budgets, and ensure that appropriate information is uploaded and entered into Columbia University systems
14. Maintain searchable files of past proposals and assist in the adaptation of existing text and data to meet the needs of new proposals
15. Liaise with ICAP Communications Manager to ensure consistency of information between funding proposals and renewals, ICAP’s website, and other ICAP communications materials; assist the Communications Manager in designing and producing a variety of print- and web-based materials for publicity and informational purposes
16. Assist in editing technical proposals
17. Coordinate all correspondence related to proposal preparation, review, and follow-up
18. Coordinate with any subcontractors that may be participating in proposals
19. Supervise temporary and administrative staff during final proposal production
20. Review key publications (e.g. CDC, USAID, NIH websites) and advise staff of upcoming RFA and other grant application deadlines
21. Perform other duties as assigned
The candidate selected for this position is required to undergo a full background check prior to a final offer of employment being made.
# Requires a bachelor’s degree required plus five years of related experience.
# Five years of grants management and proposal development experience.
# Experience managing NIH grants.
# Excellent budgeting, written and oral communication skills as well as strong organizational skills are required.
How to apply
Interested candidates should apply at https://jobs.columbia.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1269616337210 or go to jobs.columbia.edu
Search open positions and search by requisition number 058025. Please provide a cover letter, resume and salary requirements. Thank you.
Columbia University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
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