Program Assistant II functions within the NYS Integrated Pest Management Program (NYSIPM) with administrative offices located at Cornell AgriTech, Geneva, NY. The overall budget for this department is approximately $2.5 million, which includes Federal Formula/Smith Lever, Unrestricted/Designated, Restricted Gifts (non-sponsored) and Sponsored Grants and Contracts. There are currently 20 academic and staff employees employed within this department. Provide high level, confidential finance and administrative support to the Director and program staff. In consulation with the NYSIPM Director, manage and coordinate the financial, administrative, human resource and business operations for the program. This will include working with Project Investigators (PIs) on pre-award grant and contract submissions of sponsored and other restricted proposals, ensuring that the proposals comply fully with College, University and agency-specific policy guidelines, and are submitted according to agency regulation guidelines. Provide post-award administration of grants and contracts with a responsibility to balance program accounting records with Cornell University accounting, coordinate completion of requests for subcontracts, and submit as required documentation appropriate for auditing purposes. Collaborate and coordinate with College Research Office, Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), agency representatives and PI's to respond to pre- and post-award related issues and questions. Provide high quality reporting as needed. Serve as liaison between the Research Office, OSP, ASC and the PIs; coordinating with all during the submission and post-award process. Financial and HR work is done in partnership with the Geneva Administrative Service Center including senior manager oversight.
Financial and Transaction Management:
Post Award Administration:
Pre-Award Budget Preparation/Development:
Human Resource/Staffing Support (Partner with Cornell AgriTech HR Representative):
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