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Grants Administrator

The Coriell Institute for Medical Research is seeking a motivated and energetic Grants Administrator to join our newly established research office and help track and manage potential funding opportunities that align with Coriell research priorities at the federal, state, and private sector level. This individual will work closely with our Associate Director, Research Office to offer daily proposal and administrative support for our expanding research efforts.

The Grants Administrator will be responsible for a broad range of duties and responsibilities which include:

  • Assistance with pre-award management and post-award support
  • Assistance with the creation of subcontracts
  • Helping to manage the administrative component and scheduling of compliance training, such as financial conflict of interest, human subjects, and responsible conduct of research
  • Provide administrative support with meeting scheduling and correspondence
  • Consistent organization of simultaneous deadlines and tracking of proposal deliverables for a wide variety of scientific projects

The ideal candidate for this role has a bachelor’s degree and 0-3 years of experience in grants administration with familiarity of different grant submission platforms such as ASSIST, FastLane, eRA Commons, eBRAP, and Proposal Central. An understanding of grant budgets is also a plus. Strong communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work well under multiple deadlines are all required for this role. Interested candidates are invited to apply for this opportunity at

Founded in 1953, the Coriell Institute for Medical Research is a nonprofit research institute dedicated to improving human health through biomedical research. Coriell scientists lead research in personalized medicine, cancer biology, epigenetics, and the genomics of opioid use disorder. Coriell also hosts one of the world's leading biobanks—comprised of collections for the National Institutes of Health, disease foundations and private clients—and distributes biological samples and offers research and biobanking services to scientists around the globe. To facilitate drug discovery and disease study, the Institute also develops and distributes collections of induced pluripotent stem. EOE