Updated: 22 days ago
Location: Seattle, WASHINGTON
Deadline: Open Until Filled

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The University of Washington School of Nursing (SON) is global leader in clinical, translational, and population health research. Dedicated to pioneering improvements in health and health care, in FY 21, we were awarded over $20 million in research grants and sponsored projects. The SON Office for Nursing Research strives to advance high-impact, innovative nursing science that improves the human condition by providing robust infrastructure that fosters innovation and excellence throughout the research grant and sponsored project lifecycle. We are strongly committed to creating an environment of active belonging through our dedication to building anti-racist practices and resources across the research enterprise. We celebrate diversity in strengths and believe that each member of our team contributes to broadening the lens with which we view our work and engage the community we serve. The Office for Nursing Research is seeking a Pre-award Program Operations Specialist (ES 8) to join our growing team. This role works collaboratively with principal investigators to complex, varied proposals to a variety of sponsors. The person in this role will: • Be technically and organizationally skilled • Take initiative, independently plan, organize, coordinate, and prioritize work • Balance numerous and diverse demands with time constraints and overlapping requirements • Expertly investigate and analyze problems with a broad administrative impact and implications, anticipating anticipate problems and address them proactively
This position is crucial to the successful procurement of external funding in the School of Nursing, the quality of the grant and sponsored project applications being submitted, and the productivity of faculty. As a liaison between sponsors, investigators, and campus partners, this role is critical to the maintenance of effective relationships, and responsiveness to University of Washington, WA state, federal, and sponsor policies, regulations, and values.

The School of Nursing has an outstanding opportunity for a Program Operations Specialist-Pre Award.



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