Senior Sponsored Programs Analyst â“ Advent Health Orlando
800 N. Magnolia Ave., Orlando, FL 32801
Full Time, Days
You Will Be Responsible For:
The Senior Sponsored Programs Analyst exercises objective and independent judgement in interpreting regulations and contract language, negotiating terms and conditions, managing contract compliance, and in making recommendations to departments and leadership. The Senior Sponsored Programs Analyst is knowledgeable in the areas of state, federal, foundation and other research grant funding mechanisms including pre-award and post-award related functions and provides mentorship on these areas to SPA I and SPA II. The Senior Sponsored Programs Analyst collaborates with research unit stakeholders and other shared research services departments to ensure compliant, timely, effective and efficient management of all research activities under the auspices of AdventHealth. Actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.
What You Will Need:
Bachelorâ™s degree in legal studies, healthcare, business administration, finance, accounting, or research-related field OR paralegal certification
Three (3) yearsâ™ experience in research or contract administration preferably in an academic or medical setting
Experience in reviewing, writing, editing, and negotiating contracts
Knowledge and understanding of grant and contract funding mechanisms, related policies, procedures, compliance requirements and contract management and financial reporting Ability to synthesize complex requirements of research related grants and other related contract terms (e.g. human subjects, animal, confidentiality, biohazard, export control, intellectual property, etc.)
Knowledge of related federal and state regulations, e.g. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Department Health and Human Services (DHHS), Code of Federal Regulations (CFRs), Office of Management and Budget (OMB), as they relation to research administration
Proficiency in grant submission portals such as ASSIST, Grants.gov, eRA Commons, FastLane, and/or different foundation grant sites, and grant forms such SF424, Public Health Services (PHS) forms, Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR), etc.
Knowledge of research compliance requirements (e.g. human subjects, animal, biohazard, export control, intellectual property, etc.)
Proficient in MS Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint, etc.), internet, and other research tools, word-processing and databases
Certification by a professional research organization such as the Society of Clinical Research Associates (SOCRA), Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP), Society of Research Administrators (SRA), National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), Research Administrator's Certification Council (RACC), etc.
Masterâ™s degree in legal studies, healthcare, business administration, finance, accounting, or research-related field
Five (5) years of experience in research or contract administration preferably in an academic or medical setting
Established competency in biomedical research and the regulatory environment
Experience in reviewing, writing, editing, and negotiating research grant and contract agreements
Experience in grant and funding related financial audit
In coordination with the Manager of Sponsored Programs, orients, trains, provides guidance to new staff as well as Sponsored Programs Analysts to achieve departmental goals and objectives.
Reads and interprets different funding opportunity announcements, including federal grant requests for proposals, in order to assist faculty and staff with inquiries in the proposal preparation and submission phase and to inform faculty and staff with changes in regulations, proposal requirements, forms, submission processes, and deadlines.
Creates, reviews, revises, and negotiates simple and complex research-related contracts, including amendments, consistent with relevant documents, institutional policies and procedures, and applicable federal, state, and local regulations.
Preparation and review of research budgets to ensure compliance with applicable regulations, sponsor/funder terms and conditions, and institutional standards. Communicates study/award status to research departments on a regular basis and as requested.
Coordinates and provides pre-award activities including completion of grant documents, working with departmental functional groups and subject matter experts to develop detailed budget based on principal investigator input and project needs, assembly of proposal package and submission, and preparation, review, and submission of just-in-time requests. Applies knowledge of federal regulations and policies on research compliance, i.e., human subjects, animal use, institutional policies on conflict of interest, etc., to ensure accuracy and completeness of grant proposal packages or documents submitted to sponsors.
Coordinates and provides post-award activities including submission of technical and financial progress reports, budget revisions, forecasting results, funding trend analyses, no-cost extension requests, prior approval requests, audits, close-out, etc. to ensure adherence with award terms and conditions and institutional policies and procedures.
Determines and provides verification that all research requirements have been met (i.e., terms and conditions, proper credentials for investigators and research team members such as debarment, conflict of interest, CITI training, physician letters of agreement, documentation for research-related physician payments to meet Stark Law requirements, etc.) and that files are properly assembled for submission.
Consults with stakeholders and partners to solve simple and complex problems related to research studies and applying knowledge of applicable regulations, award terms and conditions, and institutional policies and procedures. Develops and maintains strategic relationship with hospital research departments and other internal/external stakeholders/collaborators
Follows, develops, and updates established processes pre and post-award to ensure metrics and tracking, compliance, document harmonization, and timely execution of contracts.
Facilitates the execution of grant agreements and/or related requests with responsible teams and departments. Serves as a liaison with the Institutes, Research Operations and AdventHealth Legal department to ensure agreements are processed timely.
Interacts with all levels of management and staff to provide useful information, guidance, and integrity to grant related activities.
Develops, updates and communicates policies and procedures in research administration
AdventHealth Greater Orlando (formerly Florida Hospital) is one of the largest faith-based health care providers in the United States. For 150 years, we have carried on a tradition of providing whole-person care that not only addresses patients' physical ailments, but also supports their emotional and spiritual well-being. We demonstrate the same level of compassion and care for our employees as well, doing all that we can to help them realize their full potential – both personally and professionally.