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Manager Program

Location:
Rockville, Maryland, United States
Salary:
90000
Posted:
January 31, 2019

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Yuping Burr

Cell: 240-***-**** and Email: ac8cr9@r.postjobfree.com

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

More than ten years of grants and contracts management experience, including program management, financial management and personnel management. Certified Research Administrator with expertise in federal research processes and policies of Department of Defense (DoD) and National Institutes of Health (NIH). Proficient with Cayuse and NIH ASSIST electronic submission systems.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF)/Uniformed Services University (USU)

Program Manager III-October 2016 to December 2018 (40 hours per week)

Supervised junior program managers and HJF research staff within my portfolio

Responsible for research staff recruiting, hiring, intake and annual performance review

Documented HJF research staff performance issues and led termination meetings

Guided PIs and research staff to complete and submit proposals

Led awards negotiation with sponsors (NIH, DoD and other entities) and system accounts setup

Managed a portfolio of NIH and DoD funded projects through closeout

Met with PIs on project status regularly, including staffing, budget projection, progress reports, and research regulatory affires compliance matters.

Oversaw all compliance with HJF and USU internal processes and policies

Coordinated sub-award/subcontract, CRADA, NDA and MTA agreements through closeout

Monitored sub-agreement’s deliverables or reports, payments and closeout

Created and revised departmental document templates

Accomplishments:

Supervised 27 people and completed their annual performance appraisals

Supported more than 20 principal investigators for all extramural research project activities

Managed more than 30 awarded projects with annual value about $35 million

Led to submit more than 20 grants proposals and subcontract proposals

Submitted more than 30 annual progress reports

CHAMP Center Financial Officer-October 2015 to September 2016 (40 hours per week)

Managed all projects’ budget ($50+million), new proposals and staffing

Produced monthly financial analysis reports: expenditures and projection reports

Provided training to project managers to understand project financial status

Guided project managers to establish sub-agreements

Processed all HR paperwork for new hires and current staff’s annual performance reviews

Accomplishments:

Supported center’s 5 principal investigators, 3 project managers and the chief of staff for all extramural research project activities

Led to submit more than 25 new proposals and subaward proposals

Completed hiring process for 17 new employees and 11 volunteers

Created standard of operational procedure for program managers

Program Manager II-October 2014 to September 2015 (40 hours per week)

Hired and supervised research staff within my portfolio

Guided PIs to complete and submit proposals

Led award negotiation phase with sponsors (NIH, DoD and other entities)

Managed NIH AND DoD funded projects through closeout

Met with PIs regularly on project issues, including staffing, budget projection, progress reports, and research compliance matters.

Coordinated sub-award/subcontract, CRADA, NDA and MTA agreements through closeout

Monitored sub-agreement’s deliverables or reports, payments and closeout

Provided ad hoc support to other departments as requested by supervisor

Controlled compliance with HJF and USU internal processes and policies

Accomplishments:

Supported 12 principal investigators for all extramural research project activities

Supervised 10 research staff and completed their annual performance appraisal

Managed 12 subaward projects with annual value $10 million

Managed 10 prime award projects with annual value $15 million

Led to submit more than 25 proposals and subaward proposals

Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF), Headquarter

Sr. Proposal Specialist-October 2010 to September 2014 (40 hours per week)

Streamlined pre-award processes and procedures

Re-structured proposal database and conducted proposal/award success rate analysis

Developed proposal review checklists for grants proposal team

Produced proposal schedule reports for all stakeholders

Reviewed and submitted competitive research proposals to NIH, NSF and DoD

Provided trainings on electronic submission system (Cayuse) and proposal development

Accomplishments:

Reviewed and submitted more than 300 grants proposals to NIH, NSF, DoD and other sponsors

Created at least 6 proposal review checklists

Trained more than 100 people proposal development and Cayuse system

University of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC

Grants Specialist-May 2007 to September 2010 (40 hours per week)

•Managed six solicitation/grants making processes each year

•Created a standard procedure for receiving applications and checklist

•Conducted site visits to two awardees, reviewed their quarterly performance and financial reports

•Prepared quarterly and annual grants activities reports each year

•Supervised two graduate student interns on software implementation and a special project

•Organized and presented at 2010 IMA Partnership and Technical Assistance Conference for grantees

Accomplishments:

Received more than 250 application proposals from DC community organizations

Recruited and retained 6 grants proposal reviewer committees each year

Proofread 6 grants RFP (request for proposals) documents each year

Launched two software implementation for DC IMA office

Research Assistant - March 2006 to April 2007 (20 hours per week)

•Conducted literature reviews research for welfare training programs and wrote summary reports

•Administrated literacy tests for pre-college students

Accomplishments:

Marriage impact on personal financial wellbeing Literature review result was used in the Background section of a Request for Proposal by the sponsor

Served more than 100 pre-college students for standard literacy tests

Bayshore Consulting & Services, Beijing, China

Project Manager- June 2002 to August 2005 (40 hours per week)

•Supervised a team of four English interpreters to support IT consultants and Computer Engineers

•Managed international IT consultant teams to serve at different bank data centers

China Beijing Institute of Nuclear Engineering (BINE), Beijing, China

Chemical Engineer- July 1998 to May 2002 (40 hours per week)

•Served as a chemical engineer for nuclear power plant design work

EDUCATION, PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

Shipley Associates-Federal Contracts Proposal Management/Writing-August 2014

ESI International-Federal Contract Management Training-January 2014

Research Administrators Certification Council-Certified Research Administrator from summer 2011

Master of Public Administration (MPA), concentrated in Public Management-Graduated in May 2007

University of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC

Dual Bachelor’s Degrees in English and Chemical Engineering-Graduated in July 1998

Minor Degree in Computer Science- Graduated in July 1998

Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China



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