Position Openings

ANSC Position Openings

Current Department Openings:

Post-Award Grant Management Coordinator

  • Exempt Staff
  • 12‐Month, Full‐time regular
  • Position Number: 127837

Responsibilities:Under general supervision
from the Director of Administrative Services, the coordinator will provide post-award grant management and business administrative services to ANSC, a department of twenty-five Principal Investigators (PIs) accumulating an average of $4 million annually in sponsored research funding, per university policy and the Sponsor’s requirements. Duties include the sole responsibility for managing and coordinating sponsored grants administration, procurement, budget control, and human resources post-award actions for ANSC funded grants and programs. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Creation and reconciliation of accounts using BA4 Priority software. Develop monthly financial reports for PI review.
  • Developing cost projections, as requested. Acting as the key department liaison to AGNR AgPAS in coordinating the generation of budget proposals and justifications for the department's PIs for submission to Sponsors.
  • Generating essential post-award documentation, such as no-cost extension requests
  • and effort reporting for the department’s funded grants, and maintains documentation for audit purposes.
  • Working closely with AGNR AgPAS and PIs to generate budgets (both new proposals and revised budget requests.).
  • Generating necessary post-award documentation and maintaining records for audit purposes.
  • The successful candidate will also manage the billing for the Department Service/Recharge Centers.



  • Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, business, or a related field is required. A bachelor’s degree is comparable with a combination of experience, training, and education.
  • At least three years of progressively responsible experience in providing post-award management of sponsored grants and programs are required. 
  • Candidates with experience managing funded grants from the beginning to the termination date are highly preferred. 
  • Candidates must be able to work independently: interacting effectively and comfortably with internal and external stakeholders.


  • Working knowledge of various University systems, including BA4, KR, and CONCUR are preferred.
  • Experience as a PHR Creator and knowledge of Workday are preferred.


Applicants must apply through eTERP at Candidates should upload resume, unofficial transcript, cover letter to Advisory Committee, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences with a brief description of previous experience and contact information of three professional references.

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