Childrenâ��s Hospital of Michigan is an international leader in pediatric and adolescent medicine. Surgical services include general, thoracic, reconstructive and cardiovascular. Imaging technology designed specifically for children provides advanced diagnostic services including Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and MRI. The Childrenâ��s Hospital of Michigan Emergency Department is a verified Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center and dedicated pediatric burn center. Experts in pediatric critical care, rehabilitation, and neonatal and perinatal medicine provide care for thousands of children every year at Childrenâ��s Hospital of Michigan, Childrenâ��s Hospital of Michigan - Troy and six ambulatory sites.
Under general supervision, provides administrative and fiscal support on matters relating to grants and contracts. Monitors and controls receipts and expenditures under grants, contracts, and special purpose funds for research and education. Coordinates and monitors production of large grant applications and annual reports. 1. Identifies potential funding programs, agencies and institutions for investigators; obtains application kits, as necessary. In consultation with Principal Investigators, develops administrative and fiscal sections of grant proposals. 2. Reviews all expenditures for grants, contracts and special purpose funds. Develops and maintains an accurate monthly recording and reporting mechanism for this purpose. 3.Develops and monitors systems for allocation of cost by project, time and effort reporting, monthly expenditures and current fund balances for all grants and contracts. 4.Audits monthly financial statements for appropriateness of charges against all grants and contracts. Requests corrections and follows up as necessary. 5.Prepares, reviews and edit annual reports and grant applications for program, fiscal and administrative content. 6. Monitors expenditures to data and projected year end totals; prepares projections of expenditures for investigators; apprises investigators of fund availability and/or potential deficits; and makes recommendations for re-budgeting as necessary. 7.Maintains all subsidiary accounting records/spreadsheets related to grant activities. 8.Coordinates the production of large grant applications and progress reports, including adherence to timeliness and formats, secures input from various departments. 9. Interacts closely with Wayne State University and site departments in order to expedite grant and contract approval and effectively administer projects and monitor funds. 10. Maintains contact with state, federal and foundation grants management personnel for matters affecting grants and contracts. 11. Establishes and maintains documentation of policies and procedures for grant administration; advises principal investigators and other research staff how to use and/or interpret these in their situation; and assists them in administering their grants and contracts. 12. Manages departmental accounts; develops budgets; and provides administrative assistance for faculty activity.
1. Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration or related field or equivalent experience.
2. Three to five years experience handling financial accounting relating to health care services and/or grant related activities.
Primary Location: Detroit, Michigan
Facility: DMC Children's Hospital of Michigan
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Days
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