The Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) Research Administration Services (RAS) supports the research and scholarly activities of FAS faculty in collaboration with research and administrative staff. RAS support areas include: 1) Strategic services for faculty seeking grant funding; 2) Sponsored research proposal development, review, award and financial management; 3) Creation, implementation and upkeep of research policy, systems, and procedures; 4) Professional development of researchers and research administrators; 5) Research integrity guidance; 6) Compliance monitoring and audit support; and 7) Administrative staffing for the Committee on the Use of Human Subjects (CUHS - University IRB), Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), Committee on Research Policy (CRP), Committee on Professional Conduct (CPC).
You can apply for the positions listed below thru ASPIRE, Harvard University’s online recruitment management system for all staff positions.
|Research Development Coordinator (42629BR)||View/Apply to job in ASPIRE|
|Duties & Responsibilities||
Reporting to the Senior Research Development Officer, this position performs a wide range of complex and confidential administrative duties to support the Research Development team for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) and the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS). Communicates with and provides services to a wide range of internal and external contacts, including faculty, divisional and departmental staff, as well as external research funding agencies. Anticipates and resolves problems and maintains positive and effective relationships with a broad range of people to further the research development agenda across multiple fronts.
Duties & Responsibilities:
|Basic Qualifications||A minimum of 3 years related experience working in higher education, research, research administration, or research development.|
|Additional Qualifications||Bachelors degree preferred. Basic knowledge and understanding of sponsored funding. Excellent interpersonal and oral/written communication skills. Ability to prioritize work in an environment with multiple and conflicting interests. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to handle complex and confidential information with discretion. Competency using a variety of computer software and internet search engine tools. Ability to work on multiple projects effectively. Experience with web content management systems preferred but not required.|