The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) is a multi-mission science operations center for NASA’s flagship observatories. Our world-class astronomical research center is based on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus in Baltimore, Maryland. Visit our website to learn more about our missions. This position can support hybrid work. Candidates must reside in or be willing to relocate to our local market. (MD, DE, VA, PA, DC & WV).
Are you an experienced professional with a background in finance and research administration? If so, we are looking for a Financial Manager and hope you might consider joining our Grants Administration team at STScI. Our team administers the HST and JWST grant programs that fund the groundbreaking research and discoveries using the Hubble and James Webb space telescopes, the most powerful space-based telescopes ever invented.
The Financial Manager supervises the Grants Administration Finance Team and is responsible for the planning, oversight and execution of all work related to:
You will apply your prior skills, experience and understanding of federal contracts, grant policies, and regulations, including the Uniform Guidance (2CFR200) to:
We are searching for a highly motivated leader who thrives in a team environment and takes personal ownership and pride in the accomplishments of the team. You should possess the following skills and attributes.
This is a full-time position which requires a 40-hour work week during standard work hours. Additional hours are occasionally required which may include working evenings to complete special assignments or to provide support to recipients in Central, Mountain and Pacific time zones. Occasional travel may also be required.
The starting position and salary are commensurate with education and experience. We offer an excellent and generous benefits package.
TO APPLY: Share your experience by uploading a resume and completing an online application. Applications received by September 5, 2022 will receive full consideration. Applications received after this date will be considered until the position is filled.
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COVID-19 Working Protocols: https://outerspace.stsci.edu/display/CWP
STScI offers a flexible and welcoming workspace for all. STScI embraces the diversity of our staff as a strategic priority in creating a first-rate community. We reflect this deep dedication by strongly encouraging women, ethnic minorities, veterans, and disabled individuals to apply for these opportunities. Veterans, disabled individuals, or wounded warriors needing assistance with the employment process can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org EOE/AA/M/F/D/V.
As a leader in the astronomical community, AURA is committed to diversity and inclusion. AURA develops and supports programs that advance our organizational commitment to diversity, broaden participation, and encourage the advancement of diversity throughout the astronomical scientific workforce www.aura-astronomy.org/diversity.asp
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