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The Grants and Contracts group of the Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA) is seeking a confident and motivated Research Proposal Development Manager to join their team.
Does your faculty consider you the ‘Grant Guru’ and seek your guidance with grant submissions? Are you someone who loves to develop resources and strategies? Are you energized by presenting information to stakeholders and educating the research community about grants? Are you passionate about uncovering exciting funding opportunities for your investigators? If you answered yes to these questions, this position might be for you.
Our Grants and Contracts group leads the pre-award administration of research grants and contracts funded by federal, state, and private agencies.
As the Research Proposal Development Manager, you will:
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