A.T. Still University (ATSU) is seeking an exempt Sponsored
Programs Grants Analyst to assist with cross-campus departmental
capacity building. ATSU is a culturally rich environment leading
the way in whole-person health education with cutting edge
technology and instruction. From its inception in 1892, ATSU has
had a long tradition of inclusion. By capitalizing on local,
regional, national and global community relationships, ATSU has
mastered the concept of access and opportunity for culturally
proficient faculty and administrators to explore their career
interests and enrich the ATSU community as we reflect the
communities we serve.
The Grants Analyst is a highly adaptable department-wide position
reporting directly to the Senior Director of Sponsored Programs.
The Grants Analyst provides expertise and support to all SP
branches, particularly during seasonal surges as well as faculty
and administrators. This position requires knowledge of state,
federal, foundation and other research grant funding mechanisms,
including pre- and post-award related functions and provides
mentorship and support to team members.
The responsibilities of the Grant Analyst will include, but will
not necessarily be limited to, the following:
- Demonstrate advanced knowledge of the grants management
lifecycle (pre- through post-award) and ability to provide
high-level, floating resources and professional service capacity to
each SP branch during seasonal surges.
- Research special topic areas of relevance to SP activities
(e.g., health professions education, health care transformation,
emerging trends, etc.), analyze literature, synthesize data,
document/cite sources, and present findings to leadership for
- Research/analyze opportunities to enhance SP systems,
activities, training materials, etc. in light of industry best
practices and ATSU’s infrastructure.
- Assist in retrieval/validation of data points critical to
post-award reporting, department outcomes reporting, etc., as
The Grants Analyst should have 2-3 years of experience in grants
management and the following qualifications, skills, and
- Be detailed oriented, yet also see the big picture.
- Demonstrate keen interest in learning and synthesizing
information for actionable use.
- Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and
draw valid conclusions.
- Exceptional interpersonal communication and staff/project
- Buy-in for team-based approaches to service delivery (e.g.,
team writing, project co-management, group decision-making).
- Strong deadline management and related organizational skills,
including documentation of work deliverables.
- Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, Google digital
platforms (email, calendar, groups, etc.), and a grants management
Bachelor’s degree in business, education, history, health
administration or other field requiring significant literature
review and data analysis required. A master’s degree in
complementary field and 2-3 years’ experience managing the
sponsored project lifecycle within higher education is
A.T. Still University of Health Sciences (ATSU) does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national
origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, or
veteran status in admission to or access to, or treatment or
employment in its programs and activities. Harassment and
retaliation are forms of discrimination prohibited by the
ATSU offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical,
dental, and vision coverages, among more. If eligible,
employee-elected benefits would begin the first of the month
following hire date. For more information, please visit: atsu.edu/employment/benefits