Domestic Grants Acquisition Officer
As a member of the Dean Research Office for Research and as the head of the relevant section, you will be responsible for developing the university's strategy for major external funding and ensuring its success.
From discovering new application opportunities to involving a wide range of stakeholders to lead the project to success, you will be in charge from the preparation stage to after selection. Ambitious and motivated individuals with a track record of successfully applying for grants will have the opportunity to contribute to the university's key strategic initiatives through a variety of roles in a variety of projects.
Overseeing operations mainly related to domestic grants strategies.
Formulate strategies, such as analyzing the current situation and identifying opportunities, negotiate with government agencies and fund distribution agencies, gather information
Report, communicate, and consult with the president and executives,prepare applications and related documents
Perform other tasks to maximize the acquisition of external funding, etc.
Senior staff with experience in supporting the acquisition of competitive research funds at domestic research universities, research institutes, government agencies, companies, etc., and managerial experience are expected.
Those who have experience in applying for and being selected for major government-affiliated projects.
Those who can use Japanese at a native level and English at a business level in written and oral communication.
Those who have the enthusiasm to perform duties related to this business and have basic business skills such as hospitality, communication skills, and computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
- Relocation, housing and commuting allowances
- Annual paid leave and summer holidays
- Health insurance (Private School Mutual Aid)
- Welfare pension insurance (kousei-nenkin)
- Worker's accident compensation insurance (roudousha-saigai-hoshou-hoken)
- Access to Child Development Center
- Access to Schooling Options
- Language Education
- Resource Center (Daily Life Support in Okinawa)
- Cover letter in English required. Japanese version required only for Applicants whose native language is Japanese.
- Curriculum vitae in English required. Japanese version required only for Applicants whose native language is Japanese.
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* Prior to the start of employment all new hires are required to successfully complete a background check. Personal information including employment history and academic background should be submitted to OIST after a conditional offer of employment.
- OIST Graduate University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty, students and staff. The University strongly encourages applications from underrepresented groups.
- Information provided by applicants or references will be kept confidential, documents will not be returned. All applicants will be notified regarding the status of their applications.
- Please view OIST policy for rules on external professional activities
- Further details about the University can be viewed on the OIST website www.oist.jp.
Full-time, fixed term appointment for 2 years. Contract initially with 3 months probationary period (inclusive).
This contract can be renewed.
- 1st Screening: Document Screening.
- Second Selection: Interview *The second screening will be conducted for those who pass the first screening.
【1st Interview Result】
We will notify successful applicants by 23rd February (Friday) .
【Where to apply and contact】
(E-mail address) ResearchOfficeRecruitment@oist.jp