About the position
IACUC

Provide support to MPFI faculty, staff and students involved in the use of animals in research, teaching or testing to assure compliance with applicable federal and institutional regulations and guidelines; develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure compliance with internal and external regulatory requirements; prepare institutional PHS Assurance documents and required annual reports; work with ARC staff to prepare the AAALAC program description and USDA annual reports; USDA inspections and AAALAC site visits; ensure adequate documentation of IACUC activities; manage, assess and refine the Post Approval Monitoring program; assist the IACUC with compliance related to the care and use of laboratory animals; perform semiannual evaluations and prepare the subsequent reports to the Institutional Official (IO); ensure communication between the IACUC and the IO; interpret and plan responses to new or changing research compliance regulations or standards; develop new and additional training materials for MPFI research staff on IACUC functions/responsibilities; liaise with regulatory and accrediting agencies; organize meetings relative to IACUC and the IACUC function; review IACUC protocols, amendments and investigator responses for completeness; track protocol annual reporting and expiration dates; work with IT to develop the IACUC web page and maintain the IACUC Intranet web site; and other duties as assigned.

Post-Award

Determine the frequency and type of invoice required by the sponsor; prepare invoices and submit on a timely basis to sponsor along with any required documentation; perform Cumulative Letter of Credit Drawdowns using the Federal secure PMS/Smartlink for NIH grants; determine the financial reports required by the sponsoring agencies and prepare these reports accurately and on a timely basis; prepare monthly financial reports to keep investigators informed of current grant expenditure activities; use the Account Monitoring System to identify outstanding receivables, reconcile items, overspent accounts, accounts requiring corrections to indirect cost posted to date, and expired accounts to be closed; verify the accuracy and completeness of accounts receivable; use the standard collection procedures and letters to follow up on collecting outstanding invoices; make recommendations on account resolution; and manage monthly effort certification and final closeout.
Company Name
Max Planck Florida Institute
Location

How to Apply:
To Apply, go to https://mpfi.org/institute/careers/#home/position-details/5d81103aa413d10010a8457b/