Jafferjee Brothers Exports (Pvt) Ltd
Job type full-time
Full job description
We are looking for a motivated team member that will help us find funding sources through federal, state, and local grant processes with our clientsThis position will be responsible for identifying financial opportunities for transit agencies across north america to facilitate all manner of projects for our business.
Roles and responsibilities:
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of the regulatory and legal framework and vast compliance rules affecting federal and non-federal sponsored research agreements.
Interpret external agency guidelines and provide advice to administrators and faculty regarding the allowability and allocability of direct costs to grants, contracts and sub-agreements.
Provide detail-oriented review, timely and accurate preparation, and submission of required documentation; review data for compliance with grant requirements and maintain confidentiality.
Process complex adjusting entries and budget carryover entries.
Monitor and coordinate multiple reporting due dates and focus activities on the reports for complex projects (multiple pi, subcontracts, training grants).
Close out accounting records for expiring grants; follow-up with departments on outstanding issues that pertain to the report and/or submission and closing process; maintain documentation on correspondence with departments and external sponsors.
Review opportunities based on adherence to federal regulations, agency requirements, award conditions and company policies.
Communicate and follow-up with departments and/or customers on outstanding issues that pertain to the submission and closing process; maintain documentation on correspondence with departments and agencies.
Position will operate with a high degree of autonomy to successfully handle complex, difficult and ambiguous situations.
Bachelor's degree in the area of business administration or finance with one year of work experience in research / grant administration or 5 years of relevant work experience
Working knowledge of standard accounting procedures
Effective written and oral communication skills excellent attention to details and comfort with data for reporting
Strong analytical and organizational skills
Ability to function effectively under tight deadlines in a high volume environment
Excellent customer service orientation
Strong business acumen with an ability to interact professionally with the staff of federal government, sponsoring organizations
Ability to read and understand grant terms as they relate to reporting and transactional approval requirements
Ability to research multiple years of financial activity in sponsored agreements
Strong project management skills including the ability to coordinate and direct others on projects.
What we offer for your valuable work:
Open and inclusive company culture.
Comprehensive, competitive compensation package and a rich benefits program.
Career advancement and professional development activities.
Empowered, highly dynamic, innovative, and passionate team.
Employee referral bonuses so you’ll get the opportunity to work with friends.
Team building and social events where employees are given the opportunity to have fun and celebrate success.
Number of openings available:
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those who qualify for an interview will be contacted*professional recruiting agents or consultants need not call.