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OSPR Compliance Specialist

Company: Care New England
Location: Providence
Posted on: August 4, 2022

Job Description:

Primary Function
The Compliance Specialist serves as a resource providing guidance and oversight related to the fiscal, administrative, and regulatory management of grants, contracts, clinical trials, and sponsored programs during the grant life cycle. This position works closely with internal and external stakeholders to provide training, post-payment reviews, federal reporting, and compliance recommendations for managing grants and contracts.
The successful applicant must function well in a high work-load environment requiring prioritizing and meeting deadlines; must take initiative, exercising independent judgment and discretion; must be detail-oriented; and must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Further duties and responsibilities may be assigned based on the needs and goals of the department and CNE system.
30%: Federal Effort and Compliance Reporting (including, but not limited to, Effort Certification Reporting, Sub-recipient monitoring, FFATA, Uniform Guidance, patent reporting, annual asset review)
30%: Fiscal, Documentation & Retention Reviews (including, but not limited to, post-payment reviews, asset tagging, financial activity, review of compliance with award terms and conditions, cost principles, and applicable regulations, proper documentation and retention per federal, state, CNE policies)
20%: Training and Information (including, but not limited to, providing orientation, training, and assistance to CNE community, content updates for website and updating grant manuals, grants-related forms, and other grants management tools.
20%: Policy and Procedure (Creates, collaborates and reviews future/current grants management and compliance procedures and recommend improvements and documents procedure to ensure compliance with federal and state laws)
Job Qualifications and Specifications
Bachelor's degree required.
Experience in research, clinical trial, or hospital administration.
Experience in compliance, audit, accounting and/or sponsored programs
Experience using research administration systems, including, but not limited to, federal government portals such as Payment Management System, iEdison, eRA Commons, Award Cash Management $ervice,
Experience facilitating interdisciplinary teamwork.
Evidence of ability to work independently.
Evidence of problem-solving skills.
Evidence of the ability to take initiative.

Keywords: Care New England, Providence , OSPR Compliance Specialist, Other , Providence, Rhode Island

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