Project Officer (CTP) (Grants)

The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) at Nanyang technological University in Singapore invites applications for the position of Project Officer to support the Climate Transformation Program (CTP). The CTP is an interdisciplinary research program with the mission to develop, inspire and accelerate knowledge-based solutions and educate future leaders to establish the stable climate and environment necessary for resilient, just and sustainable SEA societies.

The primary responsibility of the incumbent will be to ensure the compliance of fund utilisation in the programme with the grantor and university guidelines, including the tracking of grant-related documentations and the handling of procurement and logistics needs. They will also assist with report writing, project management and some research support as needed.

Key Responsibilities:  

  • Coordinate, monitor and track all project submission of grant progress, claims, deliverables and other documents to ensure timely response and adherence to the service delivery

  • Manage and monitor research grant utilisation and budget expenditures including but not limited to procurements, expenditures, billings

  • Maintaining documentation record of all grant expenditure on field trips, business trips and equipment purchase

  • Ensure funds are utilised in accordance with funding guidelines and grant conditions

  • Assist in the preparation and writing of progress reports 

  • Assist CTP Cluster Lead and Project PI on grant virement and variation

  • Quarterly preparation of budget expenditure report

Job Requirements: 

  • Bachelor’s degree with 3 years of working experience and strong finance background

  • Ability to work independently and possess strong follow-through skills

  • Team player in a project setting, also with ability to work independently in a multi-cultural team environment

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

  • Excellent planning and coordination skills

  • Demonstrated good analytical and problem-solving skills

  • Experience with government-funded research grant management will be an advantage

  • Experience in project and grant management is highly desirable with good knowledge on Singapore’s guidelines on managing research grants

  • Strong work ethics and good collaborative skills

  • Well-organised, proactive and self-driven

Interested applicants should submit a CV, and a statement of interest. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Questions can be directed to Jhoanna Jovero (

We regret to inform that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Please submit an official application here.

Hiring Institution: NTU 


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