The Center of Health and Rehabilitation Research (CoHRR) and the Consortium for Research and Evaluation of Advanced Technologies in Education (CREATE) is looking for a Full-Time Grant Administrator to serve as the point person for grants management and project coordination across these two research centers housed within NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Jointly, the centers have approximately 35 externally funded grants totaling over $18 million. The Grant Administrator will position these centers to cultivate and strengthen core relationships with faculty, funders, researchers, policymakers, and practitioners.
This position will work closely with leadership in the Steinhardt Office of Research to advise faculty and research staff on federal, state, foundation, University and school fiscal guidelines and requirements to ensure compliance; manage all grant accounts/budgets; support faculty in the development and submission of research proposals; advise on allocable and allowable costs; develop budget projections; and monitor and approve grant expenditures. Coordinate the submission of financial and narrative reporting to external funders. Assist with community outreach, coordinating events and provide general project and center management.
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The Center of Health and Rehabilitation Research (CoHRR) and the Consortium for Research and Evaluation of Advanced Technologies in Education (CREATE) is looking for a Full-Time Grant Administrator to serve as the point…
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