- RMS Teams and Implementation Phases
- Pre-Award Funding Model
- Pre-Award Space Plan Summary
- RMS and Contracts & Grants Recruitment Timeline
RMS and Contracts & Grants Recruitment Update
The job descriptions below are for Research Management Services, which are part of the new research administration job family and Contracts & Grants positions.
- Team Manager (9 openings posted 8/12 - 8/26)
- Research Services Coordinator (RSC) (51 openings posted 8/15)
- Associate Research Services Coordinator (ASRC) (17 openings posted 8/15))
- Contracts & Grants Manager (1 opening posted 8/12 - 8/26)
- Contracts & Grants Manager, Sub-Contracts (1 opening posted 8/12 - 8/26)
- Contracts & Grants Specialist (7 openings posted 8/15)
- Contracts & Grants Associate (6 openings posted 8/15)
- Performance Measurement Plan for Research Management Services (RMS)
- Director of Contracts & Grants job description (Requisition 36050BR, posted on the internal UCSF job site on July 22)
All OE Pre-Award job summaries will be posted here as soon as they are available. These are for your information only. Jobs will be posted on BrassRing when recruitment begins. The Pre-Award New Hire Process and FAQs document will give you more information.
The job summaries below are for the Phase I Pre-Award Clusters, now named Research Management Services, which are part of the new research administration job family.
RSCs (comparable to Analyst 4) are eligible for RSC with Certification positions (comparable to Analyst 5) once they are trained and upon successful completion of the Certification Exam. The job summary below is for the RSC with Certification position.
The Research Administration Work Group has completed its high level design which has been approved and endorsed by the Senior Work Group, the OE Coordinating Committee and the respective Deans. The work group will continue to serve in an advisory capacity and the two subgroups will continue to work on specific issues.
The focus of Research Administration is now transitioning toward implementation. In order to carry out these evolving responsibilities most effectively, John Plotts and Jeff Bluestone have formed a new Implementation team. The work of the team is primarily to drive the implementation of the new service delivery model, to report the progress and issues to the OECC, provide oversight for the related technology, ensure effective communication and extend outreach to faculty to incorporate their recommendations.
Please feel free to review and share the Pre-Award resources below, which include presentations, Q&A from events, new job description(s) and other information we think may be useful for you.
- June 2011: Announcement for active research faculty to participate in baseline questionnaire
- April 2011: Pre-Award Brown Bag Presentation
- April 2011: Pre-Award Cluster Director job description
- March 2011: Pre-Award Phase I: Guide for Volunteer Departments
- March 2011: Pre-Award Phase I: Volunteer Departments Application
- February 2011: Pre-Award Phase I Information
Implementation Structure for Pre-Award Research Administration