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Position: (Junior) Finance Officer - Grant Controlling (m/f/d)
Institution: CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
Location: Wien, Austria
Duties: Support the submission and controlling of projects funded by public and private sources. Advising researchers on the management of their projects as part of a dedicated post-award team; Provide guidance, advice, and administrative services to researchers in the financial management and controlling of their national and international third-party funding (grants), e.g. FWF, EU; Control the financial processing of grants (e.g. budget planning, financial reporting, budget monitoring, project closure) including preparation and support of external audits; Maintenance and processing of external funding data; Act as the main communication interface with funding agencies and other collaborators on post-award matters
Requirements: Successfully completed commercial/business education (HAK, University or FH); advanced knowledge of MS Excel, previous knowledge of SAP is an advantage; Very good command of English (main working language), and proficiency in German; High sense of responsibility and discretion, reliable and service-oriented; Interest in science and medicine; Experience in an international, academic or research environment is an advantage; Experience in controlling, grant management or accounting is an advantage
   
Text: (Junior) Finance Officer - Grant Controlling (m/f/d) Support the submission and controlling of projects funded by public and private sources. Advising researchers on the management of their projects as part of a dedicated post-award team; Provide guidance, advice, and administrative services to researchers in the financial management and controlling of their national and international third-party funding (grants), e.g. FWF, EU, .; Control the financial processing of grants (e.g. budget planning, financial reporting, budget monitoring, project closure) including preparation and support of external audits; Maintenance and processing of external funding data; Act as the main communication interface with funding agencies and other collaborators on post-award matters Successfully completed commercial/business education (HAK, University or FH); advanced knowledge of MS Excel, previous knowledge of SAP is an advantage; Very good command of English (main working language), and proficiency in German; High sense of responsibility and discretion, reliable and service-oriented; Interest in science and medicine; Experience in an international, academic or research environment is an advantage; Experience in controlling, grant management or accounting is an advantage
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