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Biostatistics, Bioinformatics and Epidemiology (BBE) at Fred Hutch is seeking a Research Administrator IV. The Research Administrator IV will work independently and collaboratively to coordinate grant/contract proposals and renewal submissions; monitor project budgets; advise Principal Investigator(s) and Associate Director(s) of the current budget status and projections; and interact with Center personnel and external organizations regarding fiscal aspects of the projects/program.
This is a multi-faceted position with a range of fiscal responsibilities. The individual in this position must be able to work independently and prioritize tasks to meet grant/contract submission and reporting deadlines for a very active research portfolio. This individual will manage the day-to-day grant/contract operations associated with a large DAIDS (Division of AIDS) Network Grant, or equivalent, within the Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, & Epidemiology program in the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division. This includes but is not limited to monthly reconciliation and financial reporting; developing, modifying, and maintaining shadow-books and ad-hoc reports using complex excel formula heavy tools; resolve issues as needed for the timely conveyance of funds; and act in an advisory capacity for Principal Investigators. The person will perform complex fiscal analyses and financial reporting, including strategic planning, problem solving, interpreting, reviewing and providing recommendations.