Manage and track budgets and spending for various projects.
Assess all funded projects and provide the director with funding recommendations.
Manage the annual CCTCh Research Fellow program.
Oversee research projects students, postdocs, and sub-award personnel are working on to determine whether their progress is on track to meet the milestones of each grant and provide recommendations when funding levels should be changed.Manage grant proposals, report on grant outcomes, edit written materials, advise on appropriate staffing, and provide financial oversight.
Manage each funded project to ensure completion of milestones, recommending adjustments to project timeline and workflow as necessary.
Communicate with the internal and external collaborators to ensure that the program remains consistent with the proposed research plan and to facilitate communications concerning new research findings and synergisms between the individual groups.
Purchase necessary goods and services for grant work, following agency and University policies for allowability, allocability, and reasonableness of costs.
Manage research progress reports and ensure that all reporting requirements are met.
Produce annual and other reports.
Write drafts of grant report sections related to management and administration.
Create and update content for the center and group websites and social media accounts. The websites are critical, as they are the preferred channel for sharing news and results.
Prepare materials for print publication and marketing. Serve as the 'front line' when requests for information on inorganic catalysis design issues arrive from the public or media. Organize events, such as monthly group meetings, seminars, workshops, annual review meetings with the Scientific Advisory Committee, symposia at national conferences. Develops and communicates program priorities and performance standards and assesses operations using these criteria. Plans and conducts quality assurance reviews and recommends changes as appropriate. Manages program budgets and recommends or makes budgetary recommendations.
Manage the hiring process for postdocs.
Supervise undergraduate support position
Collaborate with Prof Galliardi on support hiring needs.
Provide administrative support to Director Laura Gagliardi, such as managing calendar, drafting correspondence, making purchases, assisting with reimbursements, and booking travel arrangements.
Manages program budgets and recommends or makes budgetary recommendations .
Has a deep understanding when interacting with faculty, researchers and staff for committee work or information.
Performs other related work as needed.
Advanced Degree, e.g. Master, Doctorate
Five to seven years of progressively responsible administrative experience.
Experience working in an academic or research institution.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to multi-task and track multiple simultaneous projects.
Excellent problem-solving skills.
Ability to take initiative and organize and complete projects with minimal supervision.
Familiarity with the issues and science behind inorganic catalysis design.
Cover Letter (required)
Two references (required)
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