Grant and Contract Administrator Position - Houston, TX Archambault, Marc L 01 Oct 1999 14:38 EST

Job Opening:
Grants & Contracts Administrator
at the University of Houston

Position Available:  September 1, 1999

Responsibilities:  This position will be responsible for both pre-award
activities and post-award administration of federal, state, private profit
and private non-profit grants at the University of Houston.  This individual
will:  review proposals to external funding sources, from submission to
award; ensure adherence to sponsor and institutional requirements; develop
and review proposal budgets; ensure observance of governmental health and
safety compliance requirements; verify that all requirements regarding
governmental certifications are addressed; negotiate the terms and
conditions of grants with potential sponsors; research sponsors' financial
and administrative regulations applicable to funded projects; establish
accounts upon completion of negotiation; evaluate selected expenditure
documents according to sponsor and university guidelines for allowability
and appropriateness; coordinate timely submission of technical reports on
sponsored projects; provide guidance and expertise to department and college
business managers and faculty members on proposal and grant-related matters;
and coordinate award close out procedures.  The individual will operate
under the Research Financial Services department in the Division of

Qualifications:  Bachelor's degree or an equivalent in-depth specialized
training program that is directly related to grant and contract
administration.  Minimum of three years experience.

Salary:  DOQ.

Interested Parties:  Submit application to the Department of Human
Resources, University of Houston, Houston, TX  77204-5883.  Applications are
available at:

This is a security sensitive position.  A criminal history record
investigation will be conducted.  The University of Houston is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  Minorities, women, veterans, and
persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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