Project Officer (Grants)

Young and research-intensive, Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) is ranked 11th globally. It is also placed 1st amongst the world’s best young universities. The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) and the Asian School of the Environment (ASE) invite applications for the position of Project Officer.

The Project Officer will join South East Asia SEA-level (SEA2) program. This is an international, multi-institutional and trans-disciplinary program involving researchers from the international community that will push scientific frontiers to observe, reconstruct and model the regional processes of sea level from instrumental and proxy data.

The work will involve assisting in the preparation and coordination for field surveys, assistance with laboratory analyses, management and purchases, organization of design research workshops, and communications for internal reporting and external announcements. Active participation in research will be encouraged, and support for publication and meeting/conference presentations can be available.

Duties & 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
Maintain an efficient data collection to ensure accuracy and completeness of data and preparation of the Data Management Plan for annual submission
Manage and monitor research grant utilization 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
Plan and manage field and business trips logistics
Ensure funds are utilized in accordance with funding guidelines
Assist in the preparation and writing of progress reports.
Coordinate various activities (i.e., project meetings) within the research team
Engage in the dissemination of the results of the research with the support of and under the supervision of the Principal Investigator


Bachelor degree with 2 years of working experience.
Ability to work independently and possess strong follow-through skills.
A team player in a project setting, also with ability to work independently in a multi-cultural team environment
Experience with government-funded research grant management will be an advantage.
Excellent planning and coordination skills.
Demonstrated good analytical and problem-solving skills.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.


Interested applicants are invited to submit a full CV, work examples (if applicable) and names and contact details of two referees to