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Grants and International Projects Manager

Description

The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World is looking for a talented professional who has experience in financial and grant management. The right candidate has proven analytical and problem-solving skills and is detail-oriented with a proven track record of grant or financial management in a university environment. As primary financial manager on restricted funding, the candidate will manage sponsored research grants and contracts and financial activity, maintain comprehensive grant records and grant opportunities, process expenditures against budgets, generate reports, and work closely with faculty, supporting international fieldwork projects. The Grants and International Projects Manager primary working group will consist of the Director, the Associate Director for Administration, the Assistant Director, Budget & Financial Operations, and all Principal Investigators on funded projects, which includes faculty.

About the Institute:
The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World is a unique center for advanced scholarly research and graduate education, offering the Ph.D. degree through NYU's Graduate School of Arts and Science. It has a wider geographic span than other programs that focus on the ancient world, incorporating not only Europe and the entire Mediterranean basin, but also the Near East, and Central, South, and East Asia. In its research and its teaching of doctoral students, ISAW emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach, one that transcends modern boundaries of nation. It supports scholarship that crosses customary disciplinary boundaries – art history, literature, archaeology, history, geography, geology, economics, and sociology, among others – to create a new intellectual framework for understanding the ancient world, and to train a new generation of scholars steeped in that integrated approach.

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Qualifications

Required Education:
Bachelor's degree

Preferred Education:
Master's degree.

Required Experience:
3+ years of relevant experience in academic administration with experience in pre- and post-award grants management.

Preferred Experience:
Knowledge of grant budgeting, proposal creation and proven track record of grant or financial management in a university environment.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Excellent analytic, problem-solving, and writing skills. Proficiency with spreadsheet and database software. Detail-oriented. Ability to multitask and work under multiple deadlines.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Proficiency with MS Office; work in a Mac environment helpful but not required. Familiarity with Cayuse helpful.

Additional Information:
EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity