Department Budget Officer - Grant Program Coordinator
Location: Lexington, KY
The Department Budget Officer – Grant Program Coordinator supports the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment’s Program and Staff Development Unit as well as its Extension Field Programs Unit by providing critical, specialized support in grant and fiscal management. Responsibilities include, among other things: budget management and forecasting; financial reports and projections; reconciliation; pro-card compliance; grant management; management of state, federal, income, grant, endowment and capital accounts; department accounting and business procedure development and oversight; and department personnel administration.
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