Provide financial oversight for state and municipal (NYC) funded research grants. Cooperate with Principal Investigators (PIs) and state and city agencies to ensure fiscal control over grant expenditures and compliance with sponsor requirements. Perform internal audits of grant expenditures and compliance with sponsor requirements. Prepare reports on findings of internal audits. Collect data in an effort to detect fiscal irregularities, fraud, duplication of effort, and non-compliance with laws and sponsor requirements. Monitor, review, and provide preliminary approval on payment requests, personnel actions, purchase orders, and consultant contractors relevant to state and municipal grants. Work with PI and state/municipal sponsors to prepare financial and other data reports related to project activity. Assist with external audits of State/Municipal grants, interacting with state/municipal auditors. Assist PIs with preparing budget modifications to be presented to state/municipal sponsors.
Master’s degree in Public Administration required. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, Powerpoint required. Must have knowledge of public & nonprofit financial management and be proficient in Business Analysis and ratio/variance analysis.
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