Risk & Compliance Officer

Northern California Institute for Research and Education (NCIRE) is the leading nonprofit research institute in the United States devoted to advancing Veterans' health research. NCIRE is part of one of the world’s most dedicated and successful Veterans care communities, pioneering new treatments and understandings of military medicine and care.

Along with our partners at the San Francisco VA Medical Center and the University of California, San Francisco, we are working to discover and develop effective, safe, and practical treatments for military injuries and diseases affecting Veterans. Through new technologies, novel scientific insights, and international clinical collaborations, we strive to set a new standard of health care research for Veterans and military personnel.

The successful candidate will manage research compliance matters, including financial conflict of interest, export controls, responsible conduct of research. The position reports directly to the Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer; works with staff members in Grants and Contracts, Accounting, Purchasing and other related positions. The position requires autonomy, confidentiality, diplomacy and discretion to manage a range of research compliance functions.

Ability to stay abreast of new technical and regulatory information highly organized and detail oriented; ability to address multiple, competing priorities effectively, maintain detailed records, strong communication skills with a diplomatic and professional approach, and a discerning disposition regarding privileged, sensitive and confidential information. Knowledge of and deep experience with Uniform Guidance.

This position is responsible for collaborating with NCIRE staff to ensure the organization conforms to all applicable external regulatory requirements and guidelines. The successful candidate will be analytical, proactive, solution-oriented, and possess exceptional communication skills. This individual will be self-motivated and have the ability to exercise sound judgement in prioritizing tasks and escalating issues to management.

This position contributes to building organizational capacity and technical knowledge of grant and contracts regulations and is responsible for retrieving, analyzing, and verifying data. This position is responsible for testing steps for compliance procedures and assessing operational efficiency and quality.

Ensure pre award compliance systems are appropriate

· Pre-award Subaward compliance requirements

· Financial Conflict of Interest

· Create purchasing pre award guidelines

Ensure post award compliance

· Ensure PIs are aware of annual and/or close out report timelines

· Ensure closeout process is initiated internally

· Timely submission of annual reports

· Timely submission of final close out reporting (invention statements)

· Timely submission of Financial reports

· Subaward monitoring annually

· FFATA

· Time and Effort Reporting

· Create purchasing guidelines in conjunction with the Uniform Guidance.

Requirements

· Bachelor's degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training

· 8-10 years or more of risk and or compliance experience in contracts and grants, accounting, auditing, or other related field

· Experience in developing and implementing compliance controls and processes

· Strong ability to interpret laws and regulations and succinctly communicate that information to management and staff

· Demonstrated ability to analyze problems and issues of diverse scope and determine solutions in relation to the organization as a whole

· Demonstrated knowledge of effective management techniques and ability to prioritize assignments

· Excellent written and verbal communications and strong ability to work well with internal and external stakeholders across multiple functions

· Must have expertise in understanding the prescriptive nature of compliance vs. the predictive nature of risk management

· Ability to research and analyze compliance issues and changes as they relate to NCIRE’s business

· In-depth knowledge and understanding of how our organization's operational and financial practices and systems relate to the administration of contracts and grants, accounting and purchasing and other related areas

· High level critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills are a must

· Proven ability to project manage groups successfully engaging and coordinating others to significantly impact and influence organizational policy and program development

· Extensive experience with sponsor and financial compliance

· Expertise in Post Award Processes and Post Award Systems

· Demonstrated ability to analyze problems and issues of diverse scope and determine solutions in relation to the organization as a whole

· CPA, CFRA, or CRCM certifications strongly preferred

Please directly apply by cutting and pasting the below link into your browser. Any applications submitted through this job website will not be considered. All interested candidates must only apply using the link below to be considered.

https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1032NCIRE/JobBoard/82cac330-9aa5-417d-9b64-568d383f4ea0/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=5ee68526-29ba-4ced-9938-4277d885fae2

Or apply by visiting us at www.ncire.org and apply for RISKC001179 Risk & Compliance Officer.

Northern California Institute for Research and Education (NCIRE) is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Contact Information

Northern California Institute for Research and Education (NCIRE)

Lydia

Blednyh



San Francisco, CA 94030

415-750-6954

Background Information

4-Year Degree

8-10 Years

  • Non-Profit
  • Research Administrator/Manager
  • Grants and Contracts
  • Compliance
  • Administrator or Administrative

Authorized to work in the US

None

Target Job Information

DOE

  • Full Time