OHSU's singular focus on improving health starts with Oregonians and has global impact. We are the only academic health center in Oregon, but we're also nationally distinct as a university dedicated solely to advancing health sciences. This allows us to concentrate resources on research to prevent and cure disease, on education that prepares physicians, dentists, nurses and other health professionals to succeed in an evolving health care environment, and on patient care that incorporates the latest knowledge and discoveries. We have 16,000 employees and secure competitive research funding of more than $400 million a year. As a public organization, we provide community outreach and services for Oregon's most vulnerable populations. OHSU’s stated mission to improve the health and quality of life for all Oregonians through excellence, innovation and leadership in health care, education and research.
About Portland and Oregon
Bisected by the Willamette River, Portland is a vibrant city nestled among green woods and waterways. Only 90 minutes from the spectacular Oregon coast or towering Mount Hood, Portland offers the rare accessibility of snow-to-surf. Portland embraces cyclists, hikers, brewpubs, dogs, climbers, artisan coffee shops, book readers, foodies, professional soccer and basketball fans, award-winning wineries, concertgoers and paddle boarders. It’s no wonder Portland constantly ranks as one of America’s favorite lifestyle cities.
The Women’s and Children’s Services Grants and Contract Manager (GM) is part of a Sponsored Project Administration & Finance Shared Service team (SAT). SAT groups provide support to a combination of departments and institutes within OHSU. The SAT groups provide comprehensive sponsored project administrative and financial management for the primary appointed faculty’s grants, contracts, clinical trials and sponsored project programs. The GM oversees and leads the SAT Pre-award subgroup. The Pre-award group is responsible for managing all aspects of both individual investigator and large scale collaborative grants. Responsibilities of the group will include investigator education in the pre-award process; analysis and understanding of sponsor requirements and PI eligibility for new programs/applications, institutional, and award policies with regards to pre-award processes; preparation and scientific review facilitation of grant applications; multiple laws and University policies; contract negotiation, execution, and terms and conditions management; award negotiation, receipt, and processing; and pre-award correspondence and follow-up, and post-award amendments and negotiation.
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