The primary goals of this position are to increase the rate at which Columbia pursues and wins funding to launch major new interdisciplinary research efforts that bridge disciplines, schools, and campuses, and to support early-career faculty in securing research awards. The Associate Director of Research Initiatives & Development (ADRID) will work as part of a close-knit team within the Office of Research Initiatives and Development, and interact with researchers and administrators across the university. Project management skills, ability to juggle multiple priorities with demanding deadlines, and a service orientation will fuel success in this position and advancement.
Reporting to the Director of Research Proposal Development (DRPD), the ADRID provides direct and indirect support to strengthen large and complex research grant proposals to develop large-scale (typically >$10M) research grant proposals that support Columbia University’s long-term research vision.
Reporting to the the Director of Research Initiatives and Development (DRID), the ADRID manages aspects of the review and selection process for external funding opportunities for which the sponsor limits the number of applications from Columbia.
Program Management (60%)
Event Planning (15%)
Special Projects and Administration (10%)
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