POSITION: Director, Office of Sponsored Research and Programs
DEPARTMENT: Provost Office
STATUS: Full Time
The Office of Sponsored Research and Programs (OSRP) at Campbell University serves as the primary source of assistance and oversight for faculty and staff seeking external grant funding, and exists to facilitate successful grant processing while also ensuring compliance with all University, federal, and other applicable policies and procedures.
The Director of Sponsored Research and Programs provides oversight and vision, consistent with the university mission, on all matters related to sponsored research and programs including development and administration. Reporting to the Assistant Provost for Administration, the Director provides overall leadership to facilitate, enhance, and grow sponsored programs across the University. The incumbent also manages coordination and implementation of state and federal policies pertaining to research and sponsored programs, designs and administers internal policies and procedures relevant to the research environment to effect compliance with sponsor requirements, and assures effective and timely management of university research and sponsored programs awards.
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