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Associate Professor in Peace And Conflict » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0062576 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Continuing Faculty: Faculty of Arts School: School of Social & Political Sciences Salary: Level D – $ $175,858- $193,740 p.a. plus 17% super Provide academic leadership and contribute to research and teaching excellence in the field of Peace and Conflict, while facilitating an inclusive and enriching classroom experience for a diverse student cohort. Lead as Co-Director of the Initiative for Peacebuilding, driving multidisciplinary research and engagement to advance peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region. Salary packaging, subsidised health and wellbeing services, fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families About the Role We are seeking an exceptional Associate Professor in Peace and Conflict to join our School of Social and Political Sciences. In this role, you will provide academic leadership and foster an inclusive, enriching classroom experience for our diverse student body. Additionally, as Co-Director of the Initiative for Peacebuilding, you will lead groundbreaking multidisciplinary research and engagement efforts to advance peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region Your responsibilities will include: Subject coordination including the supervision of sessional tutors (administrative and academic) Curriculum design and innovation, including cross-disciplinary approaches Teaching and learning innovation grants (with emphasis on national competitive and peer reviewed) Publications, including (but not limited to) peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, books, creative outputs and commissioned reports Research grants and external research income (emphasis on competitive, international and peer-reviewed) Active engagement in service, leadership and coordination roles in the discipline, School and Faculty, including co-directing the Initiative for Peacebuilding, Demonstrating respectful, inclusive behaviours at all times and building trust amongst colleagues Who We Are Looking For You will embody rigour, integrity, and intellectual freedom while championing diversity, social justice, and environmental sustainability, joining the School of Social and Political Sciences to redefine the world and impact meaningful change through your work. You will also have: A completed PhD in a relevant discipline Strong computer literacy in line with the University’s commitment to eTeaching and eLearning Demonstrated excellence in leadership and management including the capacity to contribute to strategic planning that will advance the Peacebuilding Initiative A capacity to develop and foster new engagement activities, including the willingness and capacity to participate in public events For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements, please refer to the attached PD. This role requires that the successful candidate must undergo and maintain an up-to-date Working with Children Check. This is essential to guarantee a secure environment for all individuals at the University. In the case the selected candidate doesn't have a valid Working with Children Check, they will be able to apply for the WWCC as part of the initial onboarding procedures. Please note: Visa sponsorship is available for this position . Your New Team - The School of Social and Political Sciences The appointee will join the School of Social and Political Sciences, which is at the forefront of teaching and research in the social sciences in Australia and internationally. The School’s aim is to redefine the world and change what matters, and our work is underpinned by the values of intellectual freedom, integrity, diversity, environmental sustainability and social justice. We value collegiality and active citizenship and are committed to contributing strongly to public and institutional life, and to providing an engaged and distinctive social science and arts education for our students. What We Offer You In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits, including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services and discounts on graduate courses. For more information, check out our benefits page About the University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be Yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact the employee listed on the first page of the Position Description found below, with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request". Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience The responses against the Selection Criteria^ (found in the Position Description) ^For information to help you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria and competencies, please go to http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Ana Gencic via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the details listed on the Position Description. Applications close: FRIDAY 5TH JULY 2024 11:55 PM Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) Please note that in the event of sourcing a suitable candidate, the closing date for applications may be brought forward, and the job vacancy may be closed. Therefore, we encourage interested individuals to submit their applications promptly. Position Description: 0062576 Associate Professor in Peace and Conflict PD .pdf Position Description • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Melbourne
APAC Policy Communications Manager (Content, Integrity and Security) » The Rocks, Sydney - We are looking for a Policy Communications Manager to join its Communications Team in APAC. In this role, you will support a wide range of initiatives and programs related to overall safety and integrity of our platforms. This role will provide communications support for the policy issues outlined in our Community Standards with a specific focus on safety and content. You will need to understand the media environment, our policies, the social and political debate around our platforms, and the regional cultural context of multiple countries. Political awareness and a strong interest in news and current affairs are essential. As part of the APAC Policy Communications team, you will work closely with country teams to communicate our position on some of the most complex tech-policy issues of our time - from security to content and integrity work on our platforms. The role requires managing proactive and reactive communications, including message development, regional and international media relations and working on highly sensitive issues. We want someone who is passionate about Meta, is an outstanding writer, and has proven track records in both quickly and diplomatically handling sensitive queries from top-tier outlets, as well as executing high-impact regional campaigns in response to complex, corporate issues and public affairs matters. This position is a full-time position. The successful candidate will report to the VP, Communications (APAC). APAC Policy Communications Manager (Content, Integrity and Security) Responsibilities Drive communications activities on content policy issues outlined in Facebook Community Standards with a focus on overall integrity and our content transparency processes Work with our global Comms, Policy, Legal, Product, Partnership, and Operations teams to build, understand and communicate on policies and that support and protect our community and reputation Manage in-bound press inquiries on a range of issues related to Facebook's content policies Develop and create a wide range of communications materials including blog posts, communications plans, statements, briefing materials for executives, launches and more Create programs (leveraging traditional and social/owned channels) that help educate the press, policy makers and groups on how our platforms work Develop proactive campaigns to educate new and existing users on issues related to content and integrity Minimum Qualifications At least 10 years of relevant work experience in online safety, journalism, a technology company or managing relevant clients in a PR agency Experience in policy communications, public policy, public affairs, or issues management Experience working under deadlines and with reporters Experience distilling complex policy concepts into plain language for non-expert audiences Experience creating messaging materials, and working collaboratively with cross-functional groups including Engineering, Investigations, Legal, Public Policy, Marketing, and Data Science Experience managing crisis communications situations singlehandedly Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Politics, Social Sciences, Journalism or a related field Locations About Meta Meta builds technologies that help people connect, find communities, and grow businesses. When Facebook launched in 2004, it changed the way people connect. Apps like Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp further empowered billions around the world. Now, Meta is moving beyond 2D screens toward immersive experiences like augmented and virtual reality to help build the next evolution in social technology. People who choose to build their careers by building with us at Meta help shape a future that will take us beyond what digital connection makes possible today-beyond the constraints of screens, the limits of distance, and even the rules of physics. Meta is committed to providing reasonable support (called accommodations) in our recruiting processes for candidates with disabilities, long term conditions, mental health conditions or sincerely held religious beliefs, or who are neurodivergent or require pregnancy-related support. If you need support, please reach out to accommodations-extfb.com. • Sat, 08 JunMeta Platforms, Inc.
Associate Professor in Peace And Conflict » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0062576 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Continuing Faculty: Faculty of Arts School: School of Social & Political Sciences Salary: Level D – $ $175,858- $193,740 p.a. plus 17% super Provide academic leadership and contribute to research and teaching excellence in the field of Peace and Conflict, while facilitating an inclusive and enriching classroom experience for a diverse student cohort. Lead as Co-Director of the Initiative for Peacebuilding, driving multidisciplinary research and engagement to advance peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region. Salary packaging, subsidised health and wellbeing services, fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families About the Role We are seeking an exceptional Associate Professor in Peace and Conflict to join our School of Social and Political Sciences. In this role, you will provide academic leadership and foster an inclusive, enriching classroom experience for our diverse student body. Additionally, as Co-Director of the Initiative for Peacebuilding, you will lead groundbreaking multidisciplinary research and engagement efforts to advance peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region Your responsibilities will include: Subject coordination including the supervision of sessional tutors (administrative and academic) Curriculum design and innovation, including cross-disciplinary approaches Teaching and learning innovation grants (with emphasis on national competitive and peer reviewed) Publications, including (but not limited to) peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, books, creative outputs and commissioned reports Research grants and external research income (emphasis on competitive, international and peer-reviewed) Active engagement in service, leadership and coordination roles in the discipline, School and Faculty, including co-directing the Initiative for Peacebuilding, Demonstrating respectful, inclusive behaviours at all times and building trust amongst colleagues Who We Are Looking For You will embody rigour, integrity, and intellectual freedom while championing diversity, social justice, and environmental sustainability, joining the School of Social and Political Sciences to redefine the world and impact meaningful change through your work. You will also have: A completed PhD in a relevant discipline Strong computer literacy in line with the University’s commitment to eTeaching and eLearning Demonstrated excellence in leadership and management including the capacity to contribute to strategic planning that will advance the Peacebuilding Initiative A capacity to develop and foster new engagement activities, including the willingness and capacity to participate in public events For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements, please refer to the attached PD. This role requires that the successful candidate must undergo and maintain an up-to-date Working with Children Check. This is essential to guarantee a secure environment for all individuals at the University. In the case the selected candidate doesn't have a valid Working with Children Check, they will be able to apply for the WWCC as part of the initial onboarding procedures. Please note: Visa sponsorship is available for this position . Your New Team - The School of Social and Political Sciences The appointee will join the School of Social and Political Sciences, which is at the forefront of teaching and research in the social sciences in Australia and internationally. The School’s aim is to redefine the world and change what matters, and our work is underpinned by the values of intellectual freedom, integrity, diversity, environmental sustainability and social justice. We value collegiality and active citizenship and are committed to contributing strongly to public and institutional life, and to providing an engaged and distinctive social science and arts education for our students. What We Offer You In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits, including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services and discounts on graduate courses. For more information, check out our benefits page About the University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be Yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact the employee listed on the first page of the Position Description found below, with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request". Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience The responses against the Selection Criteria^ (found in the Position Description) ^For information to help you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria and competencies, please go to http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Ana Gencic via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the details listed on the Position Description. Applications close: FRIDAY 5TH JULY 2024 11:55 PM Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) Please note that in the event of sourcing a suitable candidate, the closing date for applications may be brought forward, and the job vacancy may be closed. Therefore, we encourage interested individuals to submit their applications promptly. Position Description: 0062576 Associate Professor in Peace and Conflict PD .pdf Position Description • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Melbourne
Data Scientist - CEVAW » Monash, VIC - Data Scientist - CEVAW Job No.: 651156 Location: Clayton campus Employment Type: Full-time Duration: 3-year... who discover them! The Opportunity The Data Scientist at the Australia Research Council Centre of Excellence for the... • Thu, 06 JunMonash University$116075 - 128126 per year
Climate Adaptation Program Manager Full-time Temporary » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - This is an exciting opportunity to participate in driving the ACT's adaptation to the challenge of climate change, in the context of conservation and management of the natural environment. This role is based in the recently established Office of Nature Conservation, which brings together policy, science, and data expertise to accelerate unified thinking and action to respond to the immense conservation challenges facing the ACT. The ONC focuses on an outcomes-based philosophy to guide and inform on-ground conservation efforts with our partners, particularly ACT Parks and Conservation Services and volunteer community groups. This role will take forward and further develop an initiative focused on embedding climate adaptation for the natural environment into environmental programs, policy and thinking, shaping its future evolution in response to emerging needs and priorities. The ACT Public Service supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply. Eligibility/Other requirements: Preferred: Tertiary qualifications in ecology, environmental science, environmental management, political ecology, or related relevant discipline. At least three years’ experience working in a government, non-profit, university or other setting and holding responsibilities to deliver a program of work with strong relevance to climate adaptation in the context of nature conservation and management. Highly Desirable: Post-graduate qualifications focused on climate adaptation in an environmental context. Knowledge of government processes, structures, legislation, policy, and priorities relevant to nature conservation and management in the ACT. Notes: This is a temporary position available from 08 July 2024 for a period of 24 months. A Merit Pool may be established from this selection process and be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. How to Apply: Applicants are to address the Selection Criteria located in the Position Description, no more than three pages and provide a current curriculum vitae. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. LI-DNI Note This is a temporary position available from 08 July 2024 for a period of 24 months. • Thu, 06 JunACT Government

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Director NIFS » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency (ANZPAA) is a joint initiative of the Australian and New Zealand Police Commissioners, hosted by Victoria Police. ANZPAA works in collaboration with the Australian and New Zealand police jurisdictions and key partner agencies to develop, promote and advise on current policing priorities to position policing for the future. The National Institute of Forensic Science (NIFS) is a team that sits within ANZPAA. The NIFS team addresses priority needs and issues in forensic science to promote and facilitate excellence. The team is the central contact point for requests requiring forensic representation from Australia and New Zealand. The Director, NIFS reports to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ANZPAA and forms part of the ANZPAA Executive Leadership Team. The Director manages the NIFS team of circa seven staff, the work program and stakeholder groups including the Australia New Zealand Forensic Executive Committee (ANZFEC). As a leader, the Director is accountable for ensuring ANZPAA/NIFS delivers agency requirements within budget, implements strategies, and works within a strong governance framework. Duties include: Provide active strategic leadership to support and advise the CEO in the delivery of the ANZPAA /NIFS Strategy and outcomes expected of the agency. Deliver high value outcomes and outputs in line with the endorsed Business Plans. Collaborate with key stakeholders to identify and address emerging issues, trends and risks for forensic science in support of policing in Australia and New Zealand. Work collaboratively within the Executive Leadership Team while providing high quality direction and support to the ANZPAA/NIFS team to ensure the achievement of results and outcomes to member agencies. As the successful applicant, you will bring: A proven track record of achievement at an executive level, addressing complex issues in the policing/forensic science environment. Strong political acumen and awareness of emerging issues challenging policing. Demonstrated experience in building and maintaining high-trust relationships with multiple and diverse stakeholders. Demonstrated experience in people management and achieving results through developing and supporting a high performing team. Requirements and relevant information: A relevant tertiary qualification is mandatory. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen or New Zealand Citizen (who have unrestricted rights to employment in Australia) and be able to obtain and maintain a baseline security clearance. The preferred candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment security checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening. Candidates may be required to undertake psychometric testing. Interviews are expected to take place in late July 2024. Your application must include: Resume and cover letter; and Response to the Key Selection Criteria of no more than three pages. Applications close midnight, Sunday 30 June 2024 and will need to be submitted via email to executive-employment-mgrpolice.vic.gov.au. For further information please contact Ashleigh Keenan; Executive Assistant to CEO ANZPAA (03) 9606 4523 or ashleigh.keenananzpaa.org.au. If you have a medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement in an accessible format or would like to discuss access requirements/reasonable adjustments, contact executive-employment-mgrpolice.vic.gov.au or (03) 8335 7950. • Thu, 06 JunVictorian Government
APAC Policy Communications Manager (Content, Integrity and Security) » Sydney, Sydney Region - Summary: We are looking for a Policy Communications Manager to join its Communications Team in APAC. In this role, you will support a wide range of initiatives and programs related to overall safety and integrity of our platforms. This role will provide communications support for the policy issues outlined in our Community Standards with a specific focus on safety and content. You will need to understand the media environment, our policies, the social and political debate around our platforms, and the regional cultural context of multiple countries. Political awareness and a strong interest in news and current affairs are essential. As part of the APAC Policy Communications team, you will work closely with country teams to communicate our position on some of the most complex tech-policy issues of our time - from security to content and integrity work on our platforms.The role requires managing proactive and reactive communications, including message development, regional and international media relations and working on highly sensitive issues. We want someone who is passionate about Meta, is an outstanding writer, and has proven track records in both quickly and diplomatically handling sensitive queries from top-tier outlets, as well as executing high-impact regional campaigns in response to complex, corporate issues and public affairs matters.This position is a full-time position. The successful candidate will report to the VP, Communications (APAC). Required Skills: APAC Policy Communications Manager (Content, Integrity and Security) Responsibilities: - Drive communications activities on content policy issues outlined in Facebook Community Standards with a focus on overall integrity and our content transparency processes - Work with our global Comms, Policy, Legal, Product, Partnership, and Operations teams to build, understand and communicate on policies and that support and protect our community and reputation - Manage in-bound press inquiries on a range of issues related to Facebook's content policies Develop and create a wide range of communications materials including blog posts, communications plans, statements, briefing materials for executives, launches and more - Create programs (leveraging traditional and social/owned channels) that help educate the press, policy makers and groups on how our platforms work - Develop proactive campaigns to educate new and existing users on issues related to content and integrity Minimum Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications: - At least 10 years of relevant work experience in online safety, journalism, a technology company or managing relevant clients in a PR agency - Experience in policy communications, public policy, public affairs, or issues management - Experience working under deadlines and with reporters - Experience distilling complex policy concepts into plain language for non-expert audiences - Experience creating messaging materials, and working collaboratively with cross-functional groups including Engineering, Investigations, Legal, Public Policy, Marketing, and Data Science - Experience managing crisis communications situations singlehandedly - Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Politics, Social Sciences, Journalism or a related field Industry: Internet • Thu, 06 JunMeta
Policy Advisor - Offshore Wind Energy » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Shape and influence offshore wind energy policies to support sustainable energy projects in Australia. D'Arcy Weil is representing a leading organisation dedicated to advancing sustainable energy solutions in Australia. With a focus on innovation and long-term growth, this organisation oversees and promotes the development of renewable energy projects. The team is committed to creating a sustainable future and is seeking a passionate Policy Advisor to join their dynamic team. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in energy policy, regulatory frameworks, and stakeholder engagement. This role involves shaping and influencing policy to support the development and implementation of offshore wind projects. Key Responsibilities: Analyse and interpret energy policies, regulations, and legislation related to offshore wind energy. Develop and advocate for policy positions that support the growth of offshore wind projects. Engage with government agencies, industry stakeholders, and regulatory bodies to influence policy decisions. Provide strategic advice on regulatory and policy issues to internal teams and external partners. Monitor and report on policy developments and emerging trends in the offshore wind sector. Prepare policy briefs, reports, and presentations for senior management and stakeholders. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure alignment of policy objectives with project goals. Conduct risk assessments and develop mitigation strategies related to policy and regulatory changes. Support the drafting of legislative proposals and regulatory submissions. Organise and participate in industry forums, conferences, and workshops. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of global best practices in offshore wind policy. Develop and maintain relationships with key policymakers and industry influencers. Assist in the preparation of public consultations and stakeholder engagement activities. Coordinate with the communications team to ensure consistent messaging on policy issues. Track and analyse policy developments in international markets to identify opportunities and threats. Qualifications: Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Energy Policy, Economics, Environmental Science, Political Science, or a related field. Minimum of 5 years of experience in energy policy. Strong understanding of regulatory frameworks and policy development processes. Excellent analytical, communication, and advocacy skills. Proven ability to engage and influence stakeholders at various levels. Experience in preparing detailed reports, policy briefs, and presentations. Strong organisational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. What the Client Offers: Competitive salary to $190,000 plus benefits Opportunity to work on cutting-edge initiatives. Collaborative and innovative work environment. Professional development and career advancement opportunities. Commitment to work-life balance and flexible working arrangements. Application Process: Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and a cover letter outlining their relevant experience and qualifications to online or directly to D'Arcy Weil at infodarcyweil.com. For further information about this role or to discuss your suitability, please contact Ivan Pignataro on 03 9999 7409 or 0416 507 856. • Wed, 05 JunD'Arcy Weil
Research Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Research Officer Project Overview: The PLF works with DFAT and DEWR to support the administration of the PALM scheme and facilitate opportunities for Australian employers to connect with workers from the Pacific and Timor-Leste. The PLF is managed by Palladium and has been established as a trusted intermediary in supporting Australia-Pacific circular labour mobility. Role Overview: The Research Officer will support the Quality, Learning and Performance (QLP) team to deliver research products and services as outlined in the Annual Plan. This will include the collection and collation of data for research projects, data coding and analysis, preparation of research reports, and supporting the delivery of learning events and products. Primary Duties and Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Coordinator, the Research Officer will be responsible for the following duties: Support the analysis of qualitative and quantitative data to identify key trends, themes and findings across a range of labour mobility issues. Support the design and administration of data collection methods and tools including interviews, focus group discussions, and storytelling/talanoa approaches. Independently undertake literature reviews for research projects related to the social and economic dimensions of labour mobility in the Pacific. Support the preparation of reports and knowledge products, including ad-hoc reporting, progress reports, research reports, briefings and other high-level reporting documents Implement best-practice research that upholds Australia's privacy principles, and research ethics standards Support research projects which are respectful of gender and cultural backgrounds, with a focus on continuously generating knowledge that contributes towards PLF's diversity and inclusion objectives. Support the QLP team in convening learning and reflection events that contribute to strategic documents, annual planning and reporting. Help generate case studies and impact stories to demonstrate progress against outcomes and/or where program improvements are needed. Required Qualifications: Successful candidate will possess the following qualifications and experience: Bachelor's degree in international development, sociology, anthropology, political science, or in another methodology-related field. Demonstrated experience in supporting research projects or evaluations as a research assistant or other supporting role. Experience analysing large quantities of qualitative data, including experience with qualitative data analysis software. Ability to identify and anlayse relevant literature, including demonstrated experience preparing literature reviews for research studies. Experience conducting interviews or story telling approaches, or designing, administering, and analysing surveys and preferably with culturally diverse stakeholder groups. Demonstrated experience of working in multi-disciplinary teams. Experience or interest in working with an organisation that focuses on social change and/or social justice issues. Due to the evolving nature of our program, it is possible that the incumbent may be expected to undertake duties that fall outside the remit of their original Terms of Reference to ensure the ongoing success of the program. Where this is required, the following will occur: The adviser has the skills and experience to fulfill the duties. This arrangement will be short term in nature. Benefits: Great team culture with social activities and events Working for a program that is making positive impact Applications close on 14 June 2024 and will be assessed on a rolling basis. Applications from candidates located in Brisbane are welcome; however, applications from Pacific countries that are members of the PALM Scheme (Fiji, Tonga, PNG, Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Vanuatu, and Samoa) may also be taken into consideration with options for flexible working. Candidates who are willing to relocate for the position must do so at their own expense. You must have valid Australian work rights to be considered for this position - visa sponsorship is not available. The successful candidate will be offered an initial contract to 31 December 2024. About Palladium - Palladium is a global leader in the design, development, and delivery of Positive Impact - the intentional creation of enduring social and economic value. We work with governments, businesses, and investors to solve the world's most pressing challenges. With a team of more than 3,000 employees operating in 90 plus countries and a global network of over 35,000 experts, we help improve economies, societies and, most importantly, people's lives. Equity, Diversity & Inclusion - Palladium is committed to embedding equity, diversity, and inclusion into everything we do. We welcome applications from all sections of society and actively encourage diversity to drive innovation, creativity, success and good practice. We positively welcome and seek to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce; and that all job applicants and employees receive equal and fair treatment regardless of their background or personal characteristics. These include: (but are not limited to) socio-economic background, age, race, gender identity and expression, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, nationality, veteran, marital or Indigenous status. Should you require any adjustments or accommodation to be made due to a disability or you are a neurodivergent individual or for any other circumstance, please email our team at accessibilitythepalladiumgroup.com and we will be in touch to discuss. Safeguarding - We define Safeguarding as "the preventative action taken by Palladium to protect our people, clients and the communities we work with from harm". We are committed to ensuring that all children and adults who come into contact with Palladium are treated with respect and are free from abuse. All successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced selection process including safeguarding-focused interviews and a rigorous due diligence process. • Tue, 04 JunPalladium Group, Inc.
Casual Academics - School of Political Science and International Studies » Australia - School of Political Science & International Studies Multiple Casual Academic positions Closing date 9 June 2024 at 11.00pm AEST Applicants please note: New applicants use the Apply button Existing casual staff login via your staff Workday account and apply via the internal careers board. About This Opportunity This is a call for applicants for tutoring in the School of Political Science and International Studies in support of our course offerings in Semester 2 2024 Casual academic tutors will typically be engaged in a range of duties, including (but not limited to) tutoring; marking; teaching and moderating/facilitating. Casual academic staff are remunerated according to the category of their duties, as detailed in UQ's Enterprise Agreement. Please click here for a list of POLS courses which are most likely to need tutors. You should indicate which courses you wish to teach into as part of your application form, limiting your preferences to a maximum of five. You may state why you have indicated specific courses but the response is optional. NB: Tutoring opportunities are reliant on course enrolment numbers and some courses at postgraduate level may not attract sufficient enrolments to require a tutor. Please note that these opportunities are subject to The University's Code of Conduct. What We Can Offer These are casual appointments. The casual rate will vary as per the work completed. Please click here to view the various casual academic pay scales. The 2024 standard hourly pay rate is $52.17 per hour ($61.71 for PhD-qualified). For further information about UQ's benefits, please visit Why Work at UQ and review The University of Queensland's Enterprise Bargaining Agreement 2021-2026. Questions? For application queries, please contact casualrecruituq.edu.au stating the job reference number in the subject line. Other Information You must have work rights in Australia for the duration of this appointment to apply. Visa sponsorship is not available for this appointment. We value diversity and inclusion, and actively encourage applications from those who bring diversity to the University. Our Diversity and Inclusion webpage contains further information if you require additional support. Accessibility requirements and/or adjustments can be directed to recruitmentuq.edu.au. Applicants please note: New applicants use the Apply button Existing casual staff login via your staff Workday account and apply via the internal careers board. • Mon, 03 JunThe University of Queensland
Principal Project Officer » Toowoomba Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,North West Qld,Cairns region,Toowoomba region,Wide Bay,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region,Central West Qld,South West Qld Job ad reference QLD/567279/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 30/05/2025 with possible extension Contact person Davina Roberts Contact details Phone: 0476 909 392 Access the National Relay Service The Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRMDW) drives growth for Queensland by managing sustainable water resources, leading innovation in manufacturing, and developing our regions. From our offices in Brisbane and a network of regional offices and manufacturing hubs, more than 580 DRDMW staff work to create a Queensland where communities, businesses and water resources are sustainable and resilient. An exciting opportunity exists to join the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, Program Management Office. As the Principal Project Officer within the Program Management Office, you will be a member of a fast paced, progressive, and fun team that works collaboratively to achieve program objectives. As a newly formed team, together we have the opportunity to build a strong foundation, test out innovative ideas and be creative in how we can achieve high quality outcomes together. Working within the Program Management Office team, this position will: Plan and coordinate Program and Project assurance activities including Internal Audits, External Audits in addition to health checks of project and program delivery against applicable frameworks. Collaborate with external assurance agencies in the ongoing governance and assurance for the Programs and Projects. Plan and coordinate Program and Project Benefits Management measuring, tracking, monitoring, and reporting. Coordinate Information Governance Management arrangements for Programs and Projects. Research and develop fit for purpose Program, Project and Governance Management and Delivery Frameworks. Plan and coordinate record management arrangements for Programs and Projects in accordance with DRDMW record management arrangements. Plan and coordinate the development and overall implementation of initiatives for the successful delivery of the Department's cross-divisional Programs and Rural Water Futures (RWF) projects. Promote and provide expert strategic advice to boards, management, and other governance groups on the implementation of the Programs and Projects to support transparent, sustainable, and equitable water management across the state. Contribute to the development of program funding submissions and support the development of clear concise targeted communications and messaging for programs for both internal and external audiences. Contribute to program and project budget development, management and supporting the coordination of procurement processes. Coordinate the development of project plans, issues and risks management measures, project baseline and change requests recognising emerging political, economic, environmental, scientific, and social issues. Ensure consistent reporting on programs, projects and sub-projects to the board and management ensuring consistency with Program and Project governance standards and where necessary identify areas requiring direction, resource adjustments and support from senior management. Collaborate with industry and key internal and external stakeholders to positively influence and drive significant change in the water industry and staff through effective program implementation. Co-ordinate and prepare submissions, correspondences, and briefing papers for forums such as Board, senior management, industry councils and for the Minister. Coordinate the provision of robust and cohesive program and change management, governance and reporting for the Rural Water Management Program (RWMP) initiatives, to ensure on time and quality delivery of the program. This position is available at the following locations: Ayr, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture, Cairns, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Rockhampton, South Johnstone, St George, Toowoomba, Townsville, Warwick. Please advise your preference with your application. Applications may remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567279/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 10462 DRDMW HR Applicant information pack V8 (002) (PDF, 1.06MB) 567279 24 Role Description (Word, 7.21MB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Principal Project Officer » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,North West Qld,Cairns region,Toowoomba region,Wide Bay,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region,Central West Qld,South West Qld Job ad reference QLD/567279/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 30/05/2025 with possible extension Contact person Davina Roberts Contact details Phone: 0476 909 392 Access the National Relay Service The Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRMDW) drives growth for Queensland by managing sustainable water resources, leading innovation in manufacturing, and developing our regions. From our offices in Brisbane and a network of regional offices and manufacturing hubs, more than 580 DRDMW staff work to create a Queensland where communities, businesses and water resources are sustainable and resilient. An exciting opportunity exists to join the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, Program Management Office. As the Principal Project Officer within the Program Management Office, you will be a member of a fast paced, progressive, and fun team that works collaboratively to achieve program objectives. As a newly formed team, together we have the opportunity to build a strong foundation, test out innovative ideas and be creative in how we can achieve high quality outcomes together. Working within the Program Management Office team, this position will: Plan and coordinate Program and Project assurance activities including Internal Audits, External Audits in addition to health checks of project and program delivery against applicable frameworks. Collaborate with external assurance agencies in the ongoing governance and assurance for the Programs and Projects. Plan and coordinate Program and Project Benefits Management measuring, tracking, monitoring, and reporting. Coordinate Information Governance Management arrangements for Programs and Projects. Research and develop fit for purpose Program, Project and Governance Management and Delivery Frameworks. Plan and coordinate record management arrangements for Programs and Projects in accordance with DRDMW record management arrangements. Plan and coordinate the development and overall implementation of initiatives for the successful delivery of the Department's cross-divisional Programs and Rural Water Futures (RWF) projects. Promote and provide expert strategic advice to boards, management, and other governance groups on the implementation of the Programs and Projects to support transparent, sustainable, and equitable water management across the state. Contribute to the development of program funding submissions and support the development of clear concise targeted communications and messaging for programs for both internal and external audiences. Contribute to program and project budget development, management and supporting the coordination of procurement processes. Coordinate the development of project plans, issues and risks management measures, project baseline and change requests recognising emerging political, economic, environmental, scientific, and social issues. Ensure consistent reporting on programs, projects and sub-projects to the board and management ensuring consistency with Program and Project governance standards and where necessary identify areas requiring direction, resource adjustments and support from senior management. Collaborate with industry and key internal and external stakeholders to positively influence and drive significant change in the water industry and staff through effective program implementation. Co-ordinate and prepare submissions, correspondences, and briefing papers for forums such as Board, senior management, industry councils and for the Minister. Coordinate the provision of robust and cohesive program and change management, governance and reporting for the Rural Water Management Program (RWMP) initiatives, to ensure on time and quality delivery of the program. This position is available at the following locations: Ayr, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture, Cairns, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Rockhampton, South Johnstone, St George, Toowoomba, Townsville, Warwick. Please advise your preference with your application. Applications may remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567279/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 10462 DRDMW HR Applicant information pack V8 (002) (PDF, 1.06MB) 567279 24 Role Description (Word, 7.21MB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Principal Project Officer » Central West Area, Central QLD Region - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,North West Qld,Cairns region,Toowoomba region,Wide Bay,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region,Central West Qld,South West Qld Job ad reference QLD/567279/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 30/05/2025 with possible extension Contact person Davina Roberts Contact details Phone: 0476 909 392 Access the National Relay Service The Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRMDW) drives growth for Queensland by managing sustainable water resources, leading innovation in manufacturing, and developing our regions. From our offices in Brisbane and a network of regional offices and manufacturing hubs, more than 580 DRDMW staff work to create a Queensland where communities, businesses and water resources are sustainable and resilient. An exciting opportunity exists to join the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, Program Management Office. As the Principal Project Officer within the Program Management Office, you will be a member of a fast paced, progressive, and fun team that works collaboratively to achieve program objectives. As a newly formed team, together we have the opportunity to build a strong foundation, test out innovative ideas and be creative in how we can achieve high quality outcomes together. Working within the Program Management Office team, this position will: Plan and coordinate Program and Project assurance activities including Internal Audits, External Audits in addition to health checks of project and program delivery against applicable frameworks. Collaborate with external assurance agencies in the ongoing governance and assurance for the Programs and Projects. Plan and coordinate Program and Project Benefits Management measuring, tracking, monitoring, and reporting. Coordinate Information Governance Management arrangements for Programs and Projects. Research and develop fit for purpose Program, Project and Governance Management and Delivery Frameworks. Plan and coordinate record management arrangements for Programs and Projects in accordance with DRDMW record management arrangements. Plan and coordinate the development and overall implementation of initiatives for the successful delivery of the Department's cross-divisional Programs and Rural Water Futures (RWF) projects. Promote and provide expert strategic advice to boards, management, and other governance groups on the implementation of the Programs and Projects to support transparent, sustainable, and equitable water management across the state. Contribute to the development of program funding submissions and support the development of clear concise targeted communications and messaging for programs for both internal and external audiences. Contribute to program and project budget development, management and supporting the coordination of procurement processes. Coordinate the development of project plans, issues and risks management measures, project baseline and change requests recognising emerging political, economic, environmental, scientific, and social issues. Ensure consistent reporting on programs, projects and sub-projects to the board and management ensuring consistency with Program and Project governance standards and where necessary identify areas requiring direction, resource adjustments and support from senior management. Collaborate with industry and key internal and external stakeholders to positively influence and drive significant change in the water industry and staff through effective program implementation. Co-ordinate and prepare submissions, correspondences, and briefing papers for forums such as Board, senior management, industry councils and for the Minister. Coordinate the provision of robust and cohesive program and change management, governance and reporting for the Rural Water Management Program (RWMP) initiatives, to ensure on time and quality delivery of the program. This position is available at the following locations: Ayr, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture, Cairns, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Rockhampton, South Johnstone, St George, Toowoomba, Townsville, Warwick. Please advise your preference with your application. Applications may remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567279/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 10462 DRDMW HR Applicant information pack V8 (002) (PDF, 1.06MB) 567279 24 Role Description (Word, 7.21MB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Principal Project Officer » Hervey Bay Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,North West Qld,Cairns region,Toowoomba region,Wide Bay,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region,Central West Qld,South West Qld Job ad reference QLD/567279/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 30/05/2025 with possible extension Contact person Davina Roberts Contact details Phone: 0476 909 392 Access the National Relay Service The Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRMDW) drives growth for Queensland by managing sustainable water resources, leading innovation in manufacturing, and developing our regions. From our offices in Brisbane and a network of regional offices and manufacturing hubs, more than 580 DRDMW staff work to create a Queensland where communities, businesses and water resources are sustainable and resilient. An exciting opportunity exists to join the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, Program Management Office. As the Principal Project Officer within the Program Management Office, you will be a member of a fast paced, progressive, and fun team that works collaboratively to achieve program objectives. As a newly formed team, together we have the opportunity to build a strong foundation, test out innovative ideas and be creative in how we can achieve high quality outcomes together. Working within the Program Management Office team, this position will: Plan and coordinate Program and Project assurance activities including Internal Audits, External Audits in addition to health checks of project and program delivery against applicable frameworks. Collaborate with external assurance agencies in the ongoing governance and assurance for the Programs and Projects. Plan and coordinate Program and Project Benefits Management measuring, tracking, monitoring, and reporting. Coordinate Information Governance Management arrangements for Programs and Projects. Research and develop fit for purpose Program, Project and Governance Management and Delivery Frameworks. Plan and coordinate record management arrangements for Programs and Projects in accordance with DRDMW record management arrangements. Plan and coordinate the development and overall implementation of initiatives for the successful delivery of the Department's cross-divisional Programs and Rural Water Futures (RWF) projects. Promote and provide expert strategic advice to boards, management, and other governance groups on the implementation of the Programs and Projects to support transparent, sustainable, and equitable water management across the state. Contribute to the development of program funding submissions and support the development of clear concise targeted communications and messaging for programs for both internal and external audiences. Contribute to program and project budget development, management and supporting the coordination of procurement processes. Coordinate the development of project plans, issues and risks management measures, project baseline and change requests recognising emerging political, economic, environmental, scientific, and social issues. Ensure consistent reporting on programs, projects and sub-projects to the board and management ensuring consistency with Program and Project governance standards and where necessary identify areas requiring direction, resource adjustments and support from senior management. Collaborate with industry and key internal and external stakeholders to positively influence and drive significant change in the water industry and staff through effective program implementation. Co-ordinate and prepare submissions, correspondences, and briefing papers for forums such as Board, senior management, industry councils and for the Minister. Coordinate the provision of robust and cohesive program and change management, governance and reporting for the Rural Water Management Program (RWMP) initiatives, to ensure on time and quality delivery of the program. This position is available at the following locations: Ayr, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture, Cairns, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Rockhampton, South Johnstone, St George, Toowoomba, Townsville, Warwick. Please advise your preference with your application. Applications may remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567279/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 10462 DRDMW HR Applicant information pack V8 (002) (PDF, 1.06MB) 567279 24 Role Description (Word, 7.21MB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Principal Project Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,North West Qld,Cairns region,Toowoomba region,Wide Bay,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region,Central West Qld,South West Qld Job ad reference QLD/567279/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 30/05/2025 with possible extension Contact person Davina Roberts Contact details Phone: 0476 909 392 Access the National Relay Service The Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRMDW) drives growth for Queensland by managing sustainable water resources, leading innovation in manufacturing, and developing our regions. From our offices in Brisbane and a network of regional offices and manufacturing hubs, more than 580 DRDMW staff work to create a Queensland where communities, businesses and water resources are sustainable and resilient. An exciting opportunity exists to join the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, Program Management Office. As the Principal Project Officer within the Program Management Office, you will be a member of a fast paced, progressive, and fun team that works collaboratively to achieve program objectives. As a newly formed team, together we have the opportunity to build a strong foundation, test out innovative ideas and be creative in how we can achieve high quality outcomes together. Working within the Program Management Office team, this position will: Plan and coordinate Program and Project assurance activities including Internal Audits, External Audits in addition to health checks of project and program delivery against applicable frameworks. Collaborate with external assurance agencies in the ongoing governance and assurance for the Programs and Projects. Plan and coordinate Program and Project Benefits Management measuring, tracking, monitoring, and reporting. Coordinate Information Governance Management arrangements for Programs and Projects. Research and develop fit for purpose Program, Project and Governance Management and Delivery Frameworks. Plan and coordinate record management arrangements for Programs and Projects in accordance with DRDMW record management arrangements. Plan and coordinate the development and overall implementation of initiatives for the successful delivery of the Department's cross-divisional Programs and Rural Water Futures (RWF) projects. Promote and provide expert strategic advice to boards, management, and other governance groups on the implementation of the Programs and Projects to support transparent, sustainable, and equitable water management across the state. Contribute to the development of program funding submissions and support the development of clear concise targeted communications and messaging for programs for both internal and external audiences. Contribute to program and project budget development, management and supporting the coordination of procurement processes. Coordinate the development of project plans, issues and risks management measures, project baseline and change requests recognising emerging political, economic, environmental, scientific, and social issues. Ensure consistent reporting on programs, projects and sub-projects to the board and management ensuring consistency with Program and Project governance standards and where necessary identify areas requiring direction, resource adjustments and support from senior management. Collaborate with industry and key internal and external stakeholders to positively influence and drive significant change in the water industry and staff through effective program implementation. Co-ordinate and prepare submissions, correspondences, and briefing papers for forums such as Board, senior management, industry councils and for the Minister. Coordinate the provision of robust and cohesive program and change management, governance and reporting for the Rural Water Management Program (RWMP) initiatives, to ensure on time and quality delivery of the program. This position is available at the following locations: Ayr, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture, Cairns, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Rockhampton, South Johnstone, St George, Toowoomba, Townsville, Warwick. Please advise your preference with your application. Applications may remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567279/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 10462 DRDMW HR Applicant information pack V8 (002) (PDF, 1.06MB) 567279 24 Role Description (Word, 7.21MB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Principal Project Officer » North West Area, Cairns Region - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,North West Qld,Cairns region,Toowoomba region,Wide Bay,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region,Central West Qld,South West Qld Job ad reference QLD/567279/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 30/05/2025 with possible extension Contact person Davina Roberts Contact details Phone: 0476 909 392 Access the National Relay Service The Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRMDW) drives growth for Queensland by managing sustainable water resources, leading innovation in manufacturing, and developing our regions. From our offices in Brisbane and a network of regional offices and manufacturing hubs, more than 580 DRDMW staff work to create a Queensland where communities, businesses and water resources are sustainable and resilient. An exciting opportunity exists to join the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, Program Management Office. As the Principal Project Officer within the Program Management Office, you will be a member of a fast paced, progressive, and fun team that works collaboratively to achieve program objectives. As a newly formed team, together we have the opportunity to build a strong foundation, test out innovative ideas and be creative in how we can achieve high quality outcomes together. Working within the Program Management Office team, this position will: Plan and coordinate Program and Project assurance activities including Internal Audits, External Audits in addition to health checks of project and program delivery against applicable frameworks. Collaborate with external assurance agencies in the ongoing governance and assurance for the Programs and Projects. Plan and coordinate Program and Project Benefits Management measuring, tracking, monitoring, and reporting. Coordinate Information Governance Management arrangements for Programs and Projects. Research and develop fit for purpose Program, Project and Governance Management and Delivery Frameworks. Plan and coordinate record management arrangements for Programs and Projects in accordance with DRDMW record management arrangements. Plan and coordinate the development and overall implementation of initiatives for the successful delivery of the Department's cross-divisional Programs and Rural Water Futures (RWF) projects. Promote and provide expert strategic advice to boards, management, and other governance groups on the implementation of the Programs and Projects to support transparent, sustainable, and equitable water management across the state. Contribute to the development of program funding submissions and support the development of clear concise targeted communications and messaging for programs for both internal and external audiences. Contribute to program and project budget development, management and supporting the coordination of procurement processes. Coordinate the development of project plans, issues and risks management measures, project baseline and change requests recognising emerging political, economic, environmental, scientific, and social issues. Ensure consistent reporting on programs, projects and sub-projects to the board and management ensuring consistency with Program and Project governance standards and where necessary identify areas requiring direction, resource adjustments and support from senior management. Collaborate with industry and key internal and external stakeholders to positively influence and drive significant change in the water industry and staff through effective program implementation. Co-ordinate and prepare submissions, correspondences, and briefing papers for forums such as Board, senior management, industry councils and for the Minister. Coordinate the provision of robust and cohesive program and change management, governance and reporting for the Rural Water Management Program (RWMP) initiatives, to ensure on time and quality delivery of the program. This position is available at the following locations: Ayr, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture, Cairns, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Rockhampton, South Johnstone, St George, Toowoomba, Townsville, Warwick. Please advise your preference with your application. Applications may remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567279/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 10462 DRDMW HR Applicant information pack V8 (002) (PDF, 1.06MB) 567279 24 Role Description (Word, 7.21MB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Principal Project Officer » Australia - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,North West Qld,Cairns region,Toowoomba region,Wide Bay,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region,Central West Qld,South West Qld Job ad reference QLD/567279/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 30/05/2025 with possible extension Contact person Davina Roberts Contact details Phone: 0476 909 392 Access the National Relay Service The Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRMDW) drives growth for Queensland by managing sustainable water resources, leading innovation in manufacturing, and developing our regions. From our offices in Brisbane and a network of regional offices and manufacturing hubs, more than 580 DRDMW staff work to create a Queensland where communities, businesses and water resources are sustainable and resilient. An exciting opportunity exists to join the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, Program Management Office. As the Principal Project Officer within the Program Management Office, you will be a member of a fast paced, progressive, and fun team that works collaboratively to achieve program objectives. As a newly formed team, together we have the opportunity to build a strong foundation, test out innovative ideas and be creative in how we can achieve high quality outcomes together. Working within the Program Management Office team, this position will: Plan and coordinate Program and Project assurance activities including Internal Audits, External Audits in addition to health checks of project and program delivery against applicable frameworks. Collaborate with external assurance agencies in the ongoing governance and assurance for the Programs and Projects. Plan and coordinate Program and Project Benefits Management measuring, tracking, monitoring, and reporting. Coordinate Information Governance Management arrangements for Programs and Projects. Research and develop fit for purpose Program, Project and Governance Management and Delivery Frameworks. Plan and coordinate record management arrangements for Programs and Projects in accordance with DRDMW record management arrangements. Plan and coordinate the development and overall implementation of initiatives for the successful delivery of the Department's cross-divisional Programs and Rural Water Futures (RWF) projects. Promote and provide expert strategic advice to boards, management, and other governance groups on the implementation of the Programs and Projects to support transparent, sustainable, and equitable water management across the state. Contribute to the development of program funding submissions and support the development of clear concise targeted communications and messaging for programs for both internal and external audiences. Contribute to program and project budget development, management and supporting the coordination of procurement processes. Coordinate the development of project plans, issues and risks management measures, project baseline and change requests recognising emerging political, economic, environmental, scientific, and social issues. Ensure consistent reporting on programs, projects and sub-projects to the board and management ensuring consistency with Program and Project governance standards and where necessary identify areas requiring direction, resource adjustments and support from senior management. Collaborate with industry and key internal and external stakeholders to positively influence and drive significant change in the water industry and staff through effective program implementation. Co-ordinate and prepare submissions, correspondences, and briefing papers for forums such as Board, senior management, industry councils and for the Minister. Coordinate the provision of robust and cohesive program and change management, governance and reporting for the Rural Water Management Program (RWMP) initiatives, to ensure on time and quality delivery of the program. This position is available at the following locations: Ayr, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture, Cairns, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Rockhampton, South Johnstone, St George, Toowoomba, Townsville, Warwick. Please advise your preference with your application. Applications may remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567279/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 10462 DRDMW HR Applicant information pack V8 (002) (PDF, 1.06MB) 567279 24 Role Description (Word, 7.21MB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Principal Project Officer » Cairns Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,North West Qld,Cairns region,Toowoomba region,Wide Bay,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region,Central West Qld,South West Qld Job ad reference QLD/567279/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 30/05/2025 with possible extension Contact person Davina Roberts Contact details Phone: 0476 909 392 Access the National Relay Service The Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRMDW) drives growth for Queensland by managing sustainable water resources, leading innovation in manufacturing, and developing our regions. From our offices in Brisbane and a network of regional offices and manufacturing hubs, more than 580 DRDMW staff work to create a Queensland where communities, businesses and water resources are sustainable and resilient. An exciting opportunity exists to join the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, Program Management Office. As the Principal Project Officer within the Program Management Office, you will be a member of a fast paced, progressive, and fun team that works collaboratively to achieve program objectives. As a newly formed team, together we have the opportunity to build a strong foundation, test out innovative ideas and be creative in how we can achieve high quality outcomes together. Working within the Program Management Office team, this position will: Plan and coordinate Program and Project assurance activities including Internal Audits, External Audits in addition to health checks of project and program delivery against applicable frameworks. Collaborate with external assurance agencies in the ongoing governance and assurance for the Programs and Projects. Plan and coordinate Program and Project Benefits Management measuring, tracking, monitoring, and reporting. Coordinate Information Governance Management arrangements for Programs and Projects. Research and develop fit for purpose Program, Project and Governance Management and Delivery Frameworks. Plan and coordinate record management arrangements for Programs and Projects in accordance with DRDMW record management arrangements. Plan and coordinate the development and overall implementation of initiatives for the successful delivery of the Department's cross-divisional Programs and Rural Water Futures (RWF) projects. Promote and provide expert strategic advice to boards, management, and other governance groups on the implementation of the Programs and Projects to support transparent, sustainable, and equitable water management across the state. Contribute to the development of program funding submissions and support the development of clear concise targeted communications and messaging for programs for both internal and external audiences. Contribute to program and project budget development, management and supporting the coordination of procurement processes. Coordinate the development of project plans, issues and risks management measures, project baseline and change requests recognising emerging political, economic, environmental, scientific, and social issues. Ensure consistent reporting on programs, projects and sub-projects to the board and management ensuring consistency with Program and Project governance standards and where necessary identify areas requiring direction, resource adjustments and support from senior management. Collaborate with industry and key internal and external stakeholders to positively influence and drive significant change in the water industry and staff through effective program implementation. Co-ordinate and prepare submissions, correspondences, and briefing papers for forums such as Board, senior management, industry councils and for the Minister. Coordinate the provision of robust and cohesive program and change management, governance and reporting for the Rural Water Management Program (RWMP) initiatives, to ensure on time and quality delivery of the program. This position is available at the following locations: Ayr, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture, Cairns, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Rockhampton, South Johnstone, St George, Toowoomba, Townsville, Warwick. Please advise your preference with your application. Applications may remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567279/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 10462 DRDMW HR Applicant information pack V8 (002) (PDF, 1.06MB) 567279 24 Role Description (Word, 7.21MB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Principal Project Officer » Manoora, Cairns - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,North West Qld,Cairns region,Toowoomba region,Wide Bay,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region,Central West Qld,South West Qld Job ad reference QLD/567279/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 30/05/2025 with possible extension Contact person Davina Roberts Contact details Phone: 0476 909 392 Access the National Relay Service The Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRMDW) drives growth for Queensland by managing sustainable water resources, leading innovation in manufacturing, and developing our regions. From our offices in Brisbane and a network of regional offices and manufacturing hubs, more than 580 DRDMW staff work to create a Queensland where communities, businesses and water resources are sustainable and resilient. An exciting opportunity exists to join the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, Program Management Office. As the Principal Project Officer within the Program Management Office, you will be a member of a fast paced, progressive, and fun team that works collaboratively to achieve program objectives. As a newly formed team, together we have the opportunity to build a strong foundation, test out innovative ideas and be creative in how we can achieve high quality outcomes together. Working within the Program Management Office team, this position will: Plan and coordinate Program and Project assurance activities including Internal Audits, External Audits in addition to health checks of project and program delivery against applicable frameworks. Collaborate with external assurance agencies in the ongoing governance and assurance for the Programs and Projects. Plan and coordinate Program and Project Benefits Management measuring, tracking, monitoring, and reporting. Coordinate Information Governance Management arrangements for Programs and Projects. Research and develop fit for purpose Program, Project and Governance Management and Delivery Frameworks. Plan and coordinate record management arrangements for Programs and Projects in accordance with DRDMW record management arrangements. Plan and coordinate the development and overall implementation of initiatives for the successful delivery of the Department's cross-divisional Programs and Rural Water Futures (RWF) projects. Promote and provide expert strategic advice to boards, management, and other governance groups on the implementation of the Programs and Projects to support transparent, sustainable, and equitable water management across the state. Contribute to the development of program funding submissions and support the development of clear concise targeted communications and messaging for programs for both internal and external audiences. Contribute to program and project budget development, management and supporting the coordination of procurement processes. Coordinate the development of project plans, issues and risks management measures, project baseline and change requests recognising emerging political, economic, environmental, scientific, and social issues. Ensure consistent reporting on programs, projects and sub-projects to the board and management ensuring consistency with Program and Project governance standards and where necessary identify areas requiring direction, resource adjustments and support from senior management. Collaborate with industry and key internal and external stakeholders to positively influence and drive significant change in the water industry and staff through effective program implementation. Co-ordinate and prepare submissions, correspondences, and briefing papers for forums such as Board, senior management, industry councils and for the Minister. Coordinate the provision of robust and cohesive program and change management, governance and reporting for the Rural Water Management Program (RWMP) initiatives, to ensure on time and quality delivery of the program. This position is available at the following locations: Ayr, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture, Cairns, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Rockhampton, South Johnstone, St George, Toowoomba, Townsville, Warwick. Please advise your preference with your application. Applications may remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567279/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 10462 DRDMW HR Applicant information pack V8 (002) (PDF, 1.06MB) 567279 24 Role Description (Word, 7.21MB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
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Casual Sessional Tutor, Faculty Of Arts (Multiple Positions) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - The School of Culture and Communication and the School of Social and Political Sciences are seeking casual sessional tutors to join the Faculty of Arts. About the Role: Sessional tutors are important members of the Faculty’s teaching staff and the successful applicants will be committed and engaging educators. Your primary responsibility will be to successfully deliver your assigned tutorials within the subject’s tutorial program and you will report to the Subject coordinator. The Faculty’s tutorial programs provide opportunities for students to practice their skills of analysis, argument and critique, and to enhance their communication skills. Successful applicants will be required to take tutorials in subjects taught in the following disciplines: School of Culture and Communication Art History & Curatorship Arts & Cultural Management Creative Writing English & Theatre Studies Indigenous Studies Media & Communications Publishing Screen & Cultural Studies Journalism Gender Studies School of Social and Political Sciences Anthropology Development Studies Criminology Political Science Sociology About You: You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work independently and in a team. You will also effectively manage multiple tasks, meet deadlines, maintain professional relationships, and understand teaching and student support policies. You will also have: Completion of or progress towards a Doctoral or Master’s qualification in the relevant discipline or equivalent relevant academic or professional or practice-based experience and expertise. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the subject matter. Ability to manage and facilitate informed group discussion and debate relating to weekly readings and/or facilitate skills development and practice. Please Note: Applications are not being accepted via this job board. Please ensure you visit https://ctrs.app.unimelb.edu.au/ctrs/ to submit your application and be considered for this position. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. • Thu, 30 MayThe University of Melbourne
NDIA APS4 Graduate (Affirmative Measures - Disability) » Australia - A new role awaits The NDIA Graduate Program (NDIA GP) has been designed to integrate graduates into the NDIA and the Australian Public Service (APS). It provides graduates with a structured learning and development program, and meaningful on-the-job-experience across a range of NDIA business areas. The NDIA GP is a 12-month entry-level program. It includes a range of opportunities focused on developing a graduate's skills, capabilities and experiences to work effectively and contribute to a high performing Agency and broader APS. Please note - The affirmative measure positions are to improve employment opportunities for people with disability in the Australian Public Service. To be part of the affirmative measures employment process applicants must be able to provide evidence of a diagnosis of the disability. The NDIA GP includes: a curriculum-based development program delivered by the APS Academy, Australian Public Service Commission (APSC), which aligns with the six APS Crafts and APS Work Level Standards and is integrated within the 12-month NDIA GP job rotations within the host business area and across the broader NDIA access to mentoring through the NDIA GP Mentoring Program access to coaching and career planning that is targeted to a graduate's professional field and goals through the APS GDP opportunities to build strong professional networks at the Agency and within the APS an accelerated career pathway and salary progression from APS4.1 pay point on commencement to APS5.1 pay point upon successful completion of the NDIA GP. The NDIA GP aims to develop graduates': future organisational and leadership capability through on-the-job work experience knowledge, skills and understanding of the NDIA, its overall business, and the NDIS professional networks throughout the Agency and APS. Locations Graduates have the opportunity to work from the NDIA office locations outlined below: NSW - Penrith, QLD - Brisbane, NT - Darwin, Alice Springs, WA - Perth, SA - Adelaide, Port Augusta, VIC - Dandenong, Geelong, Melbourne, ACT - Canberra, QLD - Robina. Remote working opportunities may also be available. To find out what it's like to be a graduate with the NDIA, see Meet our Graduates page. Please refer to the NDIA Graduate Program for more information. The key duties of the position include 2025 NDIA Graduate Program The 2025 NDIA GP is seeking graduates who are passionate and committed to the NDIAs purpose. People who enjoy working as part of a diverse, high-performing team. We want our staff to reflect the community we serve. If you have a disability, come from a culturally and linguistically diverse background or identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, we want to hear from you. We value diversity in every respect. We welcome applications from graduates with diverse academic skills, including, but not limited to: HR Data Legal Accounting and Financial Management Generalist Business and Commerce ICT and Computer science Project and Program management Data and analytics Social science Behavioural science and Psychology Allied Health Government policy and Political science Engineering - Modelling and Actuarial. • Wed, 29 MayAPS
NDIA APS4 Graduate (Affirmative Measures - First Nations) » Australia - A new role awaits The NDIA Graduate Program (NDIA GP) has been designed to integrate graduates into the NDIA and the Australian Public Service (APS). It provides graduates with a structured learning and development program, and meaningful on-the-job-experience across a range of NDIA business areas. The NDIA GP is a 12-month entry-level program. It includes a range of opportunities focused on developing a graduate's skills, capabilities and experiences to work effectively and contribute to a high performing Agency and broader APS. Please note - The affirmative measures positions are to improve employment opportunities for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people in the Australian Public Service. To be part of the affirmative measures employment process applicants must be able to provide evidence at the offer stage. The NDIA GP includes: a curriculum-based development program delivered by the APS Academy, Australian Public Service Commission (APSC), which aligns with the six APS Crafts and APS Work Level Standards and is integrated within the 12-month NDIA GP job rotations within the host business area and across the broader NDIA access to mentoring through the NDIA GP Mentoring Program access to coaching and career planning that is targeted to a graduate's professional field and goals through the APS GDP opportunities to build strong professional networks at the Agency and within the APS an accelerated career pathway and salary progression from APS4.1 pay point on commencement to APS5.1 pay point upon successful completion of the NDIA GP. The NDIA GP aims to develop graduates': future organisational and leadership capability through on-the-job work experience knowledge, skills and understanding of the NDIA, its overall business, and the NDIS professional networks throughout the Agency and APS. Locations Graduates have the opportunity to work from the NDIA office locations outlined below: NSW - Penrith, QLD - Brisbane, NT - Darwin, Alice Springs, WA - Perth, SA - Adelaide, Port Augusta, VIC - Dandenong, Geelong, Melbourne, ACT - Canberra, QLD - Robina. Remote working opportunities may also be available. To find out what it's like to be a graduate with the NDIA, see Meet our Graduates page. Please refer to the NDIA Graduate Program for more information. The key duties of the position include 2025 NDIA Graduate Program The 2025 NDIA GP is seeking graduates who are passionate and committed to the NDIAs purpose. People who enjoy working as part of a diverse, high-performing team. We want our staff to reflect the community we serve. If you have a disability, come from a culturally and linguistically diverse background or identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, we want to hear from you. We value diversity in every respect. We welcome applications from graduates with diverse academic skills, including, but not limited to: HR Data Legal Accounting and Financial Management Generalist Business and Commerce ICT and Computer science Project and Program management Data and analytics Social science Behavioural science and Psychology Allied Health Government policy and Political science Engineering - Modelling and Actuarial. • Wed, 29 MayAPS
Senior Research Fellow, Initiative For Peacebuilding » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0062575 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Fixed-term until December 2026 Faculty: Arts School: Social and Political Sciences Salary: Level C – $146,050 – $168,403 p.a. plus 17% super Join a multidisciplinary Research Initiative advancing peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region Salary packaging, subsidised health and wellbeing services, fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families About the Role The School of Social and Political Sciences invites applications for a full-time, fixed-term Senior Research Fellow position within the Initiative for Peacebuilding. As a Senior Research Fellow, you will play a pivotal role in this multidisciplinary Research Initiative, which is supported by the Faculty, School, and philanthropic partners. Our mission is to advance peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region through innovative research, engagement, and education. You will contribute to one of the Initiative’s two main research streams: (1) enhancing the role of conflict prevention and peacebuilding in Australian foreign policy, and (2) innovations in advancing knowledge and practice in peacebuilding. You will help shape these critical areas and support the Initiative's broader objectives from an Australian non-government perspective through a program of research, training, and engagement activities. Your responsibilities will include: Research leadership to progress one of the Initiative’s two main research streams: (1) to enhance the role of conflict prevention in Australian foreign policy and (2) innovations in Peacebuilding Develop major research proposals and lead collaborative research Engage and assist in the development of seminars and conferences, in line with the Initiative’s engagement priorities Make a contribution to developing networks within the discipline and with other academics, institutions, practitioners and communities, both nationally and internationally, to support collaboration and the efforts of the Initiative for Peacebuilding Cooperative collaboration of associated activities with the Co-Directors Active engagement in service, leadership and coordination roles appropriate to this position demonstrating respectful, inclusive behaviours at all times and building trust amongst colleagues Who We Are Looking For The ideal candidate will have experience in peace and conflict studies, a strong track record of publications and research projects, and a background in collaborative research. They will be able to work independently, manage competing demands, and prioritise tasks effectively while maintaining attention to detail. Self-directed in managing work assignments, the candidate will also demonstrate professionalism in interacting with individuals from diverse backgrounds. You will also have: PhD in Peace and Conflict Studies or a related discipline A research profile, with a focus on issues relating to peacebuilding, including a publication track record commensurate with the level of appointment Capacity for multidisciplinary research and/or the willingness to engage in cross-disciplinary environments Demonstrated capacity for collaborative research Capacity to work effectively with both Academic and Administrative / Professional staff A capacity to support and develop strategic engagement activities, including the willingness and capacity to participate in public events Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as work in a team For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements, please refer to the attached PD. This role requires that the successful candidate must undergo and maintain an up-to-date Working with Children Check. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. Your New Team - The School of Social and Political Sciences The appointee will join the School of Social and Political Sciences, which is at the forefront of teaching and research in the social sciences in Australia and internationally. The School’s aim is to redefine the world and change what matters, and our work is underpinned by the values of intellectual freedom, integrity, diversity, environmental sustainability and social justice. We value collegiality and active citizenship and are committed to contributing strongly to public and institutional life, and to providing an engaged and distinctive social science and arts education for our students. What We Offer You In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits, including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services and discounts on graduate courses. For more information, check out our benefits page About the University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be Yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact the employee listed on the first page of the Position Description found below, with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request". Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience The responses against the Selection Criteria^ (found in the Position Description) ^For information to help you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria and competencies, please go to http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Ana via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the details listed on the Position Description. Applications close: 23 JUNE 2024 11:55 PM Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) Position Description: 0062575_Senior Research Fellow Initiative for Peacebuilding_PD.pdf Further Opportunities This opportunity is one of multiple exciting roles currently available within the Initiative for Peacebuilding in the School of Social and Political Sciences. Applicants are highly encouraged to explore all positions, and apply to all deemed suitable – follow the links to discover more. Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Initiative for Peacebuilding Position Description • Wed, 29 MayThe University of Melbourne
Indonesia Melbourne Blog Editor » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0039132 Location: Parkville Role type: Part-time (0.4 FTE); Fixed-term for 12 months Faculty: Melbourne Law School Department: Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society Salary: Research Assistant Grade 1 - $76,210 p.a. (pro rata for part-time) plus 17% super Contribute your expertise to the only solely Indonesia-focused academic blog in Australia, immersing yourself in the collective endeavour of Melbourne Law School and the Asia Institute in the Faculty of Arts. Collaborate with a diverse community of academics and postgraduates, Indonesian scholars and civil society leaders, and researchers from global universities. Salary packaging, subsidised health and wellbeing services, fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families About the Role Join the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society and contribute to the dynamic Indonesia at Melbourne Blog. Showcase contemporary Indonesian insights and diverse voices within the University of Melbourne’s extensive Indonesian network. In this engaging role, you will commission, edit, write, and upload content, support the popular Talking Indonesia podcast, and oversee social media accounts. Collaborate with academics, attend exclusive events, and play a crucial part in championing emerging Indonesian voices. Your responsibilities will include: Managing blog operations, ensuring deadlines are met and content is timely. Monitoring Indonesian social and political developments to inform content. Identifying contributors, commissioning and translating articles, and uploading content, including cross-posting Talking Indonesia episodes. Building and maintaining relationships with academics, researchers, and civil society professionals. Developing strategies to increase traffic through social media, email digests, and content syndication, and participating in Advisory Board meetings with progress reports. Who We Are Looking For You possess excellent oral and written communication skills in both English and Bahasa Indonesia, with a talent for editing and conveying complex ideas to a general audience. You are highly organised, self-motivated, and able to work independently as well as collaboratively within a team. Additionally, you have strong judgement, effective coaching and mentoring skills, and a deep understanding of Indonesian social and political issues. You also have: A completed master’s or PhD degree in a relevant field, such as politics, social science, or law. Proficiency in a variety of computer applications, including the Microsoft Office suite and WordPress, ideally with skills in design software, such as InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator. In-depth knowledge of major social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc). For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements, please refer to the attached PD. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. Your New Team – Melbourne Law School Melbourne Law School is Australia's first all-graduate law faculty. Melbourne Law School was the first faculty in Australia to teach law, and awarded this country's first law degrees. The Law School is now fully graduate with its Juris Doctor for admission to practice recognised as a high level qualification in Australia and beyond. Coupled with the unrivalled excellence of the Melbourne Law Masters and its excellent Research Higher Degree programs, the Law School offers a unique opportunity for the integration of scholarship and teaching. Its faculty is a vibrant community of creative scholars, committed to a highly collegial, research-intensive institutional life. The Law School has particular strengths in comparative analysis. It aims to integrate teaching with research and engagement activities and to engage with local, national and global communities. The Law School is a single department faculty located in a custom designed building in University Square. The Law School has approximately 2,200 graduate students (including JD, Melbourne Law Masters and Research High Degrees). The international reputation of the school is closely linked to the range and quality of its research programs. The school has several research Institutes, Centres, Networks and Groups which provide a focus for scholarly interaction. What We Offer You In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits, including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services and discounts on graduate courses. For more information, check out our benefits page About the University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be Yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact Kim Groizard at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request" Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience The responses against the Selection Criteria^ (found in the Position Description) ^For information to help you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria and competencies, please go to http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Petra Newton via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the details listed on the Position Description. Position Description • Wed, 29 MayThe University of Melbourne
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Initiative for Peacebuilding » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0062574 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Fixed-term until December 2026 Faculty: Arts School: Social and Political Sciences Salary: Level A.6 - A.8 - $105,518 - $113,262 p.a. plus 17% super Join a multidisciplinary Research Initiative advancing peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region Salary packaging, subsidised health and wellbeing services, fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families About the Role The School of Social and Political Sciences is inviting applications for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow position within the Initiative for Peacebuilding, on a fixed-term basis until December 2026. As a Postdoctoral Research Fellow, you will join a dynamic Faculty, School, and philanthropically supported Research Initiative dedicated to multidisciplinary research, engagement, and education aimed at advancing peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region. You will have the opportunity to contribute to one of the Initiative’s primary research streams: (1) enhancing the role of conflict prevention and peacebuilding in Australian foreign policy and (2) innovations in advancing knowledge and practice in peacebuilding. Your work will play a crucial role in shaping these areas and supporting the Initiative's broader goals from an Australian non-government perspective through a program of research, training, and engagement activities. Your responsibilities will include: Assist in the coordination, development, conduct and reporting of research; Conduct literature searches and reviews in support of the Initiative’s projects; Work with the project team and non-academic partners to develop the Initiative’s research projects; Assisting with preparation of interview schedules, data collection and analysis; Recruiting research respondents; Undertaking interviews with respondents (digital and face to face); Data entry and analysis; Contribute substantially to reports and other publications by submission and successful publication of articles in peer reviewed journals during the term of the appointment; Publish academic papers and other scholarly outputs to a high standard, and in accordance with the research expectations of a Level A academic at the Faculty of Arts; Support the efficient administration of the Initiative’s project; Who We Are Looking For The successful applicant is expected to contribute to the Initiative's research and administration and actively promote the Initiative’s research outcomes via different channels, including conferences and academic publications. The successful applicant should demonstrate capability to conduct fieldwork and data collection/analysis and be able to work collaboratively and collegially with fellow academics within the research team and with non-academic partners. You will also have: PhD in peace and conflict studies or a closely related discipline; Demonstrated strong research project coordination skills; Demonstrated ability to work as part of a research team and work with other members of staff to meet project aims and deadlines Demonstrated ability to develop good relationships and work effectively with partners, organisations, industry and/or professional associations; Capacity for multidisciplinary research and/or the willingness to engage in cross-disciplinary environments Demonstrated ability to conduct fieldwork and qualitative research (e.g. interviews, case studies); A track record in research, writing and publications in the appropriate area and the potential to develop further research expertise; Ability to present research findings to a wide range of audiences (e.g. academic and industry conferences). Desirable - Post-doctoral research that aligns with one of the main research streams that are being progressed by the Initiative: (1) to enhance the role of conflict prevention in Australian foreign policy and (2) innovations in Peacebuilding. For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements, please refer to the attached PD. This role requires that the successful candidate must undergo and maintain an up-to-date Working with Children Check. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. Your New Team - The School of Social and Political Sciences The appointee will join the School of Social and Political Sciences, which is at the forefront of teaching and research in the social sciences in Australia and internationally. The School’s aim is to redefine the world and change what matters, and our work is underpinned by the values of intellectual freedom, integrity, diversity, environmental sustainability and social justice. We value collegiality and active citizenship and are committed to contributing strongly to public and institutional life, and to providing an engaged and distinctive social science and arts education for our students. What We Offer You In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits, including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services and discounts on graduate courses. For more information, check out our benefits page About the University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be Yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact the employee listed on the first page of the Position Description found below, with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request". Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience The responses against the Selection Criteria^ (found in the Position Description) ^For information to help you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria and competencies, please go to http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Ana via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the details listed on the Position Description. Applications close: 23 JUNE 2024 11:55 PM Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) Position Description: 0062574_Postdoctoral Research Fellow Initiative for Peacebuilding_PD.pdf Further Opportunities This opportunity is one of multiple exciting roles currently available within the Initiative for Peacebuilding in the School of Social and Political Sciences. Applicants are highly encouraged to explore all positions, and apply to all deemed suitable – follow the links to discover more. Senior Research Fellow, Initiative For Peacebuilding Position Description • Wed, 29 MayThe University of Melbourne
Community Engagement Worker NO MORE » Berrimah, Darwin - Are you looking to join a diverse team making a positive difference? 2 Positions available: 1 in Darwin and 1 in Alice Springs CatholicCare NT Employee Benefits Above Award Salary Six Weeks Annual Leave Salary packaging option (up to an additional $15,900 p/a) Staff rewards program with savings and discounts at over 450 well known retailers Access to Wellbeing Centre providing support to a healthier and happier life Relocation assistance offered up to $3000 About CatholicCare NT and the Program CatholicCare NT is a Catholic social service agency established in the Diocese of Darwin. We provide services throughout the NT, including service centres in Darwin, Palmerston, Malak, Tiwi Islands, Daly River, Wadeye, Jabiru, Maningrida, Katherine, Tennant Creek, Alice Springs, Santa Teresa, Titjikala, Finke and APY lands. NO MORE is a Northern Territory-wide Aboriginal led primary prevention initiative that works with the community to develop local responses to reduce the incidence of domestic and family violence (DFV). We do this by raising awareness, educating, and mobilising individuals, groups and communities to change attitudes and behaviours towards women and children. The objective is creating safer, more informed communities with enhanced well-being and where violence is unequivocally rejected. NO MORE is founded in community development, encouraging community leadership, responsibility, and action. A key component of this program is engaging and supporting men to act as role models and leaders in their communities for changing societal attitudes and norms. About the role The purpose of the role is to implement community engagement, education and awareness raising initiatives aimed at reducing domestic and family violence (DFV) in the Northern Territory. This role is dedicated to fostering an understanding of DFV and its impacts, promoting respectful relationships, and empowering community members to actively participate in prevention efforts. What we are looking for Relevant qualifications in community development, violence prevention, social work, social or political science or public health with substantial experience in a similar role. Proven skills in building and maintaining strong, trust-based relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including community leaders and members, and sporting organisations. Knowledge of the dynamics, types, and impacts of domestic and family violence (or the capacity to learn), with the ability to deliver engaging, culturally appropriate educational programs and workshops including adapting content and methods to suit diverse audiences. Proven ability to inspire, support, and mobilise community members for collective action against DFV, including identifying and nurturing local leaders. Demonstrated ability to engage respectfully and effectively with Aboriginal communities, showing a deep understanding of their cultural, social, and historical contexts. Knowledge of effective community engagement, empowerment, and capacity-building strategies, with a track record of facilitating impactful community-led initiatives. Demonstrated ability to perform basic data collection and accurate note-taking, with the capacity to enter data into relevant systems and assist with tracking program progress and outcomes. How to Apply For a full role description including key selection criteria, please visit our careers website. www.catholiccarentcareers.org.au Applications Close : 9am Tuesday 11 June 2024 Interviews on : Wednesday 19 June 2024 from 1pm to 4pm Applications for this position may be closed earlier than anticipated or extended at the discretion of the hiring manager. Applications only progress if made directly through our CatholicCare NT website. Expressions of interest from third party job boards will not be considered. DARWIN The Northern Territory is one of the most culturally diverse places in the world. Darwin is a vibrant coastal town with an easy commute, lively and diverse culture and situated right next door to world heritage listed Kakadu National Park. Full of contrasting landscapes and diverse habitats, the rugged cliffs of Arnhem Land escarpment hide deep sandstone gorges and pockets of monsoon rainforests, with innumerate waterfalls cascading into pools lined with pandanus and gum trees. In this role you will have the privilege of working closely with multicultural families and communities It will give you the opportunity to immerse yourself in an amazing part of the world. This is an extraordinary opportunity to learn about yourself, other cultures and grow professionally at the same time as making a positive difference in the lives of others. Safeguarding Children & Young People CatholicCare NT is committed to maintaining zero tolerance of child abuse and neglect, and the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people who access our activities, programs, services and facilities. Employment is subject to obtaining a satisfactory National police check and Working with Children (Ochre) Card. If you have resided in an overseas country for 12 months or more in the past 10 years, this position requires you to complete an International Criminal History check (ICHC) prior to you employment commencement date. The outcome of the initial screening check must be satisfactory. Empower communities, eradicate violence. Join us in championing respect, fostering understanding, and driving change against DFV in the NT. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Recruitment Officer on , quoting Ref No. 1176535. • Wed, 29 MayCatholic Care
Community Engagement Worker NO MORE » Alice Springs, Alice Springs Area - Are you looking to join a diverse team making a positive difference? 2 Positions available: 1 in Darwin and 1 in Alice Springs CatholicCare NT Employee Benefits Above Award Salary Six Weeks Annual Leave Salary packaging option (up to an additional $15,900 p/a) Staff rewards program with savings and discounts at over 450 well known retailers Access to Wellbeing Centre providing support to a healthier and happier life Relocation assistance offered up to $3000 About CatholicCare NT and the Program CatholicCare NT is a Catholic social service agency established in the Diocese of Darwin. We provide services throughout the NT, including service centres in Darwin, Palmerston, Malak, Tiwi Islands, Daly River, Wadeye, Jabiru, Maningrida, Katherine, Tennant Creek, Alice Springs, Santa Teresa, Titjikala, Finke and APY lands. NO MORE is a Northern Territory-wide Aboriginal led primary prevention initiative that works with the community to develop local responses to reduce the incidence of domestic and family violence (DFV). We do this by raising awareness, educating, and mobilising individuals, groups and communities to change attitudes and behaviours towards women and children. The objective is creating safer, more informed communities with enhanced well-being and where violence is unequivocally rejected. NO MORE is founded in community development, encouraging community leadership, responsibility, and action. A key component of this program is engaging and supporting men to act as role models and leaders in their communities for changing societal attitudes and norms. About the role The purpose of the role is to implement community engagement, education and awareness raising initiatives aimed at reducing domestic and family violence (DFV) in the Northern Territory. This role is dedicated to fostering an understanding of DFV and its impacts, promoting respectful relationships, and empowering community members to actively participate in prevention efforts. What we are looking for Relevant qualifications in community development, violence prevention, social work, social or political science or public health with substantial experience in a similar role. Proven skills in building and maintaining strong, trust-based relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including community leaders and members, and sporting organisations. Knowledge of the dynamics, types, and impacts of domestic and family violence (or the capacity to learn), with the ability to deliver engaging, culturally appropriate educational programs and workshops including adapting content and methods to suit diverse audiences. Proven ability to inspire, support, and mobilise community members for collective action against DFV, including identifying and nurturing local leaders. Demonstrated ability to engage respectfully and effectively with Aboriginal communities, showing a deep understanding of their cultural, social, and historical contexts. Knowledge of effective community engagement, empowerment, and capacity-building strategies, with a track record of facilitating impactful community-led initiatives. Demonstrated ability to perform basic data collection and accurate note-taking, with the capacity to enter data into relevant systems and assist with tracking program progress and outcomes. How to Apply For a full role description including key selection criteria, please visit our careers website. www.catholiccarentcareers.org.au Applications Close : 9am Tuesday 11 June 2024 Interviews on : Wednesday 19 June 2024 from 1pm to 4pm Applications for this position may be closed earlier than anticipated or extended at the discretion of the hiring manager. Applications only progress if made directly through our CatholicCare NT website. Expressions of interest from third party job boards will not be considered. ALICE SPRINGS The Northern Territory is one of the most culturally diverse places in the world. Alice Springs (Mparntwe) is a beautiful town located in the heart of Australia, known for its stunning natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, with strong Indigenous presence and vibrant community and art scene. The town is surrounded by stunning red desert landscapes, dotted with ancient rock formations, and home to a vast array of unique flora and fauna. Alice Springs attracts visitors from all over the world, be it for the quirky and humorous Henley-On-Todd Regatta, camel racing, or the many opportunities to learn about the local Arrernte culture. In this role you will have the privilege of working closely with local and aboriginal families and the experience of immersing yourself in an amazing part of the world. This is an extraordinary opportunity to learn about yourself, other cultures and grow professionally at the same time as making a positive difference in the lives of others. Safeguarding Children & Young People CatholicCare NT is committed to maintaining zero tolerance of child abuse and neglect, and the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people who access our activities, programs, services and facilities. Employment is subject to obtaining a satisfactory National police check and Working with Children (Ochre) Card. If you have resided in an overseas country for 12 months or more in the past 10 years, this position requires you to complete an International Criminal History check (ICHC) prior to you employment commencement date. The outcome of the initial screening check must be satisfactory. Empower communities, eradicate violence. Join us in championing respect, fostering understanding, and driving change against DFV in the NT. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Recruitment Officer on , quoting Ref No. 1176525. • Wed, 29 MayCatholic Care
Indonesia Melbourne Blog Editor » Parkville, Melbourne - Job no: 0039132 Location: Parkville Role type: Part-time (0.4 FTE); Fixed-term for 12 months Faculty: Melbourne Law School Department: Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society Salary: Research Assistant Grade 1 - $76,210 p.a. (pro rata for part-time) plus 17% super Contribute your expertise to the only solely Indonesia-focused academic blog in Australia, immersing yourself in the collective endeavour of Melbourne Law School and the Asia Institute in the Faculty of Arts. Collaborate with a diverse community of academics and postgraduates, Indonesian scholars and civil society leaders, and researchers from global universities. Salary packaging, subsidised health and wellbeing services, fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families About the Role Join the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society and contribute to the dynamic Indonesia at Melbourne Blog. Showcase contemporary Indonesian insights and diverse voices within the University of Melbourne’s extensive Indonesian network. In this engaging role, you will commission, edit, write, and upload content, support the popular Talking Indonesia podcast, and oversee social media accounts. Collaborate with academics, attend exclusive events, and play a crucial part in championing emerging Indonesian voices. Your responsibilities will include: Managing blog operations, ensuring deadlines are met and content is timely. Monitoring Indonesian social and political developments to inform content. Identifying contributors, commissioning and translating articles, and uploading content, including cross-posting Talking Indonesia episodes. Building and maintaining relationships with academics, researchers, and civil society professionals. Developing strategies to increase traffic through social media, email digests, and content syndication, and participating in Advisory Board meetings with progress reports. Who We Are Looking For You possess excellent oral and written communication skills in both English and Bahasa Indonesia, with a talent for editing and conveying complex ideas to a general audience. You are highly organised, self-motivated, and able to work independently as well as collaboratively within a team. Additionally, you have strong judgement, effective coaching and mentoring skills, and a deep understanding of Indonesian social and political issues. You also have: A completed master’s or PhD degree in a relevant field, such as politics, social science, or law. Proficiency in a variety of computer applications, including the Microsoft Office suite and WordPress, ideally with skills in design software, such as InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator. In-depth knowledge of major social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc). For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements, please refer to the attached PD. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. Your New Team – Melbourne Law School Melbourne Law School is Australia's first all-graduate law faculty. Melbourne Law School was the first faculty in Australia to teach law, and awarded this country's first law degrees. The Law School is now fully graduate with its Juris Doctor for admission to practice recognised as a high level qualification in Australia and beyond. Coupled with the unrivalled excellence of the Melbourne Law Masters and its excellent Research Higher Degree programs, the Law School offers a unique opportunity for the integration of scholarship and teaching. Its faculty is a vibrant community of creative scholars, committed to a highly collegial, research-intensive institutional life. The Law School has particular strengths in comparative analysis. It aims to integrate teaching with research and engagement activities and to engage with local, national and global communities. The Law School is a single department faculty located in a custom designed building in University Square. The Law School has approximately 2,200 graduate students (including JD, Melbourne Law Masters and Research High Degrees). The international reputation of the school is closely linked to the range and quality of its research programs. The school has several research Institutes, Centres, Networks and Groups which provide a focus for scholarly interaction. What We Offer You In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits, including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services and discounts on graduate courses. For more information, check out our benefits page About the University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be Yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact Kim Groizard at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request" Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience The responses against the Selection Criteria^ (found in the Position Description) ^For information to help you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria and competencies, please go to http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Petra Newton via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the details listed on the Position Description. • Wed, 29 MayThe University of Melbourne
NDIA APS4 Graduate » Australia - A new role awaits The NDIA Graduate Program (NDIA GP) has been designed to integrate graduates into the NDIA and the Australian Public Service (APS). It provides graduates with a structured learning and development program, and meaningful on-the-job-experience across a range of NDIA business areas. The NDIA GP is a 12-month entry-level program. It includes a range of opportunities focused on developing a graduate's skills, capabilities and experiences to work effectively and contribute to a high performing Agency and broader APS. The NDIA GP includes: a curriculum-based development program delivered by the APS Academy, Australian Public Service Commission (APSC), which aligns with the six APS Crafts and APS Work Level Standards and is integrated within the 12-month NDIA GP job rotations within the host business area and across the broader NDIA access to mentoring through the NDIA GP Mentoring Program access to coaching and career planning that is targeted to a graduate's professional field and goals through the APS GDP opportunities to build strong professional networks at the Agency and within the APS an accelerated career pathway and salary progression from APS4.1 pay point on commencement to APS5.1 pay point upon successful completion of the NDIA GP. The NDIA GP aims to develop graduates': future organisational and leadership capability through on-the-job work experience knowledge, skills and understanding of the NDIA, its overall business, and the NDIS professional networks throughout the Agency and APS. Locations Graduates have the opportunity to work from the NDIA office locations outlined below: NSW - Penrith, QLD - Brisbane, NT - Darwin, Alice Springs, WA - Perth, SA - Adelaide, Port Augusta, VIC - Dandenong, Geelong, Melbourne, ACT - Canberra, QLD - Robina. Remote working opportunities may also be available. To find out what it's like to be a graduate with the NDIA, see Meet our Graduates page. Please refer to the NDIA Graduate Program for more information. The key duties of the position include 2025 NDIA Graduate Program The 2025 NDIA GP is seeking graduates who are passionate and committed to the NDIAs purpose. People who enjoy working as part of a diverse, high-performing team. We want our staff to reflect the community we serve. If you have a disability, come from a culturally and linguistically diverse background or identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, we want to hear from you. We value diversity in every respect. We welcome applications from graduates with diverse academic skills, including, but not limited to: HR Data Legal Accounting and Financial Management Generalist Business and Commerce ICT and Computer science Project and Program management Data and analytics Social science Behavioural science and Psychology Allied Health Government policy and Political science Engineering - Modelling and Actuarial. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
Principal Project Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRMDW) drives growth for Queensland by managing sustainable water resources, leading innovation in manufacturing, and developing our regions. From our offices in Brisbane and a network of regional offices and manufacturing hubs, more than 580 DRDMW staff work to create a Queensland where communities, businesses and water resources are sustainable and resilient. An exciting opportunity exists to join the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, Program Management Office. As the Principal Project Officer within the Program Management Office, you will be a member of a fast paced, progressive, and fun team that works collaboratively to achieve program objectives. As a newly formed team, together we have the opportunity to build a strong foundation, test out innovative ideas and be creative in how we can achieve high quality outcomes together. Working within the Program Management Office team, this position will:- Plan and coordinate Program and Project assurance activities including Internal Audits, External Audits in addition to health checks of project and program delivery against applicable frameworks.- Collaborate with external assurance agencies in the ongoing governance and assurance for the Programs and Projects.- Plan and coordinate Program and Project Benefits Management measuring, tracking, monitoring, and reporting.- Coordinate Information Governance Management arrangements for Programs and Projects.- Research and develop fit for purpose Program, Project and Governance Management and Delivery Frameworks.- Plan and coordinate record management arrangements for Programs and Projects in accordance with DRDMW record management arrangements.- Plan and coordinate the development and overall implementation of initiatives for the successful delivery of the Department's cross-divisional Programs and Rural Water Futures (RWF) projects.- Promote and provide expert strategic advice to boards, management, and other governance groups on the implementation of the Programs and Projects to support transparent, sustainable, and equitable water management across the state.- Contribute to the development of program funding submissions and support the development of clear concise targeted communications and messaging for programs for both internal and external audiences.- Contribute to program and project budget development, management and supporting the coordination of procurement processes.- Coordinate the development of project plans, issues and risks management measures, project baseline and change requests recognising emerging political, economic, environmental, scientific, and social issues.- Ensure consistent reporting on programs, projects and sub-projects to the board and management ensuring consistency with Program and Project governance standards and where necessary identify areas requiring direction, resource adjustments and support from senior management.- Collaborate with industry and key internal and external stakeholders to positively influence and drive significant change in the water industry and staff through effective program implementation.- Co-ordinate and prepare submissions, correspondences, and briefing papers for forums such as Board, senior management, industry councils and for the Minister.- Coordinate the provision of robust and cohesive program and change management, governance and reporting for the Rural Water Management Program (RWMP) initiatives, to ensure on time and quality delivery of the program. This position is available at the following locations:Ayr, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Caboolture, Cairns, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Longreach, Mackay, Mareeba, Rockhampton, South Johnstone, St George, Toowoomba, Townsville, Warwick. Please advise your preference with your application. Applications may remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567279/24 Closing Date: Monday, 10 June 2024 • Tue, 28 MayQueensland Government
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Initiative for Peacebuilding » Parkville, Melbourne - Job no: 0062574 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Fixed-term until December 2026 Faculty: Arts School: Social and Political Sciences Salary: Level A.6 - A.8 - $105,518 - $113,262 p.a. plus 17% super Join a multidisciplinary Research Initiative advancing peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region Salary packaging, subsidised health and wellbeing services, fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families About the Role The School of Social and Political Sciences is inviting applications for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow position within the Initiative for Peacebuilding, on a fixed-term basis until December 2026. As a Postdoctoral Research Fellow, you will join a dynamic Faculty, School, and philanthropically supported Research Initiative dedicated to multidisciplinary research, engagement, and education aimed at advancing peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region. You will have the opportunity to contribute to one of the Initiative’s primary research streams: (1) enhancing the role of conflict prevention and peacebuilding in Australian foreign policy and (2) innovations in advancing knowledge and practice in peacebuilding. Your work will play a crucial role in shaping these areas and supporting the Initiative's broader goals from an Australian non-government perspective through a program of research, training, and engagement activities. Your responsibilities will include: Assist in the coordination, development, conduct and reporting of research; Conduct literature searches and reviews in support of the Initiative’s projects; Work with the project team and non-academic partners to develop the Initiative’s research projects; Assisting with preparation of interview schedules, data collection and analysis; Recruiting research respondents; Undertaking interviews with respondents (digital and face to face); Data entry and analysis; Contribute substantially to reports and other publications by submission and successful publication of articles in peer reviewed journals during the term of the appointment; Publish academic papers and other scholarly outputs to a high standard, and in accordance with the research expectations of a Level A academic at the Faculty of Arts; Support the efficient administration of the Initiative’s project; Who We Are Looking For The successful applicant is expected to contribute to the Initiative's research and administration and actively promote the Initiative’s research outcomes via different channels, including conferences and academic publications. The successful applicant should demonstrate capability to conduct fieldwork and data collection/analysis and be able to work collaboratively and collegially with fellow academics within the research team and with non-academic partners. You will also have: PhD in peace and conflict studies or a closely related discipline; Demonstrated strong research project coordination skills; Demonstrated ability to work as part of a research team and work with other members of staff to meet project aims and deadlines Demonstrated ability to develop good relationships and work effectively with partners, organisations, industry and/or professional associations; Capacity for multidisciplinary research and/or the willingness to engage in cross-disciplinary environments Demonstrated ability to conduct fieldwork and qualitative research (e.g. interviews, case studies); A track record in research, writing and publications in the appropriate area and the potential to develop further research expertise; Ability to present research findings to a wide range of audiences (e.g. academic and industry conferences). Desirable - Post-doctoral research that aligns with one of the main research streams that are being progressed by the Initiative: (1) to enhance the role of conflict prevention in Australian foreign policy and (2) innovations in Peacebuilding. For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements, please refer to the attached PD. This role requires that the successful candidate must undergo and maintain an up-to-date Working with Children Check. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. Your New Team - The School of Social and Political Sciences The appointee will join the School of Social and Political Sciences, which is at the forefront of teaching and research in the social sciences in Australia and internationally. The School’s aim is to redefine the world and change what matters, and our work is underpinned by the values of intellectual freedom, integrity, diversity, environmental sustainability and social justice. We value collegiality and active citizenship and are committed to contributing strongly to public and institutional life, and to providing an engaged and distinctive social science and arts education for our students. What We Offer You In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits, including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services and discounts on graduate courses. For more information, check out our benefits page About the University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be Yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact the employee listed on the first page of the Position Description found below, with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request". Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience The responses against the Selection Criteria^ (found in the Position Description) ^For information to help you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria and competencies, please go to http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Ana via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the details listed on the Position Description. Applications close: 23 JUNE 2024 11:55 PM Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) Position Description: 0062574_Postdoctoral Research Fellow Initiative for Peacebuilding_PD.pdf Further Opportunities This opportunity is one of multiple exciting roles currently available within the Initiative for Peacebuilding in the School of Social and Political Sciences. Applicants are highly encouraged to explore all positions, and apply to all deemed suitable – follow the links to discover more. Senior Research Fellow, Initiative For Peacebuilding • Tue, 28 MayThe University of Melbourne
Senior Research Fellow, Initiative For Peacebuilding » Parkville, Melbourne - Job no: 0062575 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Fixed-term until December 2026 Faculty: Arts School: Social and Political Sciences Salary: Level C – $146,050 – $168,403 p.a. plus 17% super Join a multidisciplinary Research Initiative advancing peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region Salary packaging, subsidised health and wellbeing services, fitness and cultural clubs, Myki discounts, and a 25% discount on graduate courses to our staff and their immediate families About the Role The School of Social and Political Sciences invites applications for a full-time, fixed-term Senior Research Fellow position within the Initiative for Peacebuilding. As a Senior Research Fellow, you will play a pivotal role in this multidisciplinary Research Initiative, which is supported by the Faculty, School, and philanthropic partners. Our mission is to advance peacebuilding and conflict prevention in the Indo-Pacific region through innovative research, engagement, and education. You will contribute to one of the Initiative’s two main research streams: (1) enhancing the role of conflict prevention and peacebuilding in Australian foreign policy, and (2) innovations in advancing knowledge and practice in peacebuilding. You will help shape these critical areas and support the Initiative's broader objectives from an Australian non-government perspective through a program of research, training, and engagement activities. Your responsibilities will include: Research leadership to progress one of the Initiative’s two main research streams: (1) to enhance the role of conflict prevention in Australian foreign policy and (2) innovations in Peacebuilding Develop major research proposals and lead collaborative research Engage and assist in the development of seminars and conferences, in line with the Initiative’s engagement priorities Make a contribution to developing networks within the discipline and with other academics, institutions, practitioners and communities, both nationally and internationally, to support collaboration and the efforts of the Initiative for Peacebuilding Cooperative collaboration of associated activities with the Co-Directors Active engagement in service, leadership and coordination roles appropriate to this position demonstrating respectful, inclusive behaviours at all times and building trust amongst colleagues Who We Are Looking For The ideal candidate will have experience in peace and conflict studies, a strong track record of publications and research projects, and a background in collaborative research. They will be able to work independently, manage competing demands, and prioritise tasks effectively while maintaining attention to detail. Self-directed in managing work assignments, the candidate will also demonstrate professionalism in interacting with individuals from diverse backgrounds. You will also have: PhD in Peace and Conflict Studies or a related discipline A research profile, with a focus on issues relating to peacebuilding, including a publication track record commensurate with the level of appointment Capacity for multidisciplinary research and/or the willingness to engage in cross-disciplinary environments Demonstrated capacity for collaborative research Capacity to work effectively with both Academic and Administrative / Professional staff A capacity to support and develop strategic engagement activities, including the willingness and capacity to participate in public events Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as work in a team For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements, please refer to the attached PD. This role requires that the successful candidate must undergo and maintain an up-to-date Working with Children Check. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. Your New Team - The School of Social and Political Sciences The appointee will join the School of Social and Political Sciences, which is at the forefront of teaching and research in the social sciences in Australia and internationally. The School’s aim is to redefine the world and change what matters, and our work is underpinned by the values of intellectual freedom, integrity, diversity, environmental sustainability and social justice. We value collegiality and active citizenship and are committed to contributing strongly to public and institutional life, and to providing an engaged and distinctive social science and arts education for our students. What We Offer You In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits, including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services and discounts on graduate courses. For more information, check out our benefits page About the University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be Yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact the employee listed on the first page of the Position Description found below, with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request". Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience The responses against the Selection Criteria^ (found in the Position Description) ^For information to help you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria and competencies, please go to http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Ana via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the details listed on the Position Description. Applications close: 23 JUNE 2024 11:55 PM Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) Position Description: 0062575_Senior Research Fellow Initiative for Peacebuilding_PD.pdf Further Opportunities This opportunity is one of multiple exciting roles currently available within the Initiative for Peacebuilding in the School of Social and Political Sciences. Applicants are highly encouraged to explore all positions, and apply to all deemed suitable – follow the links to discover more. Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Initiative for Peacebuilding • Tue, 28 MayThe University of Melbourne
Government Advocacy Specialist » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Exciting period in the transformation of an iconic organisation Join us in advocating for our impact in the arts and cultural sector Convenient city location in the heart of Arts Precinct About the Role The Government Advocacy Specialist will focus on strengthening Arts Centre Melbourne's relationships with federal, state and local government departments, identifying and advising on opportunities that align with our strategic plan. Through this advocacy, we seek to elevate our position as a premier destination and a leader in the arts and cultural landscape. In this role, you will report to the Deputy CEO and will support both the CEO and Deputy CEO to build and maintain relationships with parliamentary and public service stakeholders. The role is also responsible for liaising and coordinating activities with the portfolio Minister's Office, the portfolio Department (currently DJSIR) and with Creative Victoria. Full-time ongoing role, Band 5.2.15 $131,127.36 plus superannuation. The successful candidate will: Provide advice to the CEO, Deputy CEO, Executive and leaders on political and government policy issues relevant to ACM's strategic priorities Be a representative for ACM, building strong and trusted relationships with influential government and industry stakeholders Have the ability to shape key messages and advocate for organisational priorities and funding Your Qualifications, Skills and Experience (key criteria) 5 years' experience in government or government relations at state and/or federal level Tertiary qualifications in political science, public policy and administration, or communications will be highly regarded Demonstrated track record in establishing advocacy and influence across multiple relationship domains with key government stakeholders Confidence and experience in communicating with stakeholders at government level and industry professionals Proven experience working and collaborating with multi-disciplinary teams and cross-organisational functions to achieve results For more details, please read Position Description - Government Advocacy Specialist 2024.pdf About Arts Centre Melbourne Arts Centre Melbourne acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which we gather, the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung. We also acknowledge the neighbouring Kulin Nation groups, the Boonwurrung and Bunurong people, and pay our respects to elders, past and present. Beneath our iconic Spire, in Hamer Hall and at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, we showcase the best of Australian and international performing arts. We're proudly the home of our flagship Resident Companies - The Australian Ballet, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Theatre Company and Opera Australia - and a range of presenters who collectively bring our stages and spaces to life. Together with our own program of performances, events and experiences we offer a diversity of audiences a distinctly multidimensional approach to participation, education and engagement with the breadth of the performing arts. We are now focused on Reimagining Arts Centre Melbourne as part of the Victorian Government's commitment to transforming the Melbourne Arts Precinct into a thriving, connected creative and civic space over the coming years. For a glimpse into working at Arts Centre Melbourne click here. Enjoy Team Member Benefits As a valued member of our ensemble, you will enjoy a number of great benefits including the opportunity to receive complimentary tickets, food & beverage discounts, discounted commuter benefits and onsite parking, access to well-being activities and learning and development programs. Apply Now Arts Centre Melbourne welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds, Disabled and Deaf people, members of the LGBTQIA community and people of all ages. We seek to provide workplace adjustments at all relevant stages of the recruitment process such as alternative formats or other access supports. You can specify in the application form if you require any adjustments or please ask us at any stage. If you need to contact us about making workplace adjustments during the recruitment process, please send an email to peopleassistartscentremelbourne.com.au Please submit your resume together with a cover letter addressing the key criteria by 11:55pm Sunday 16th June 2024. Early applications are encouraged as suitable candidates may be invited to attend an interview prior to the closing date. Employment at Arts Centre Melbourne is conditional upon the satisfactory completion of a National Police Check. Applications are open to those with full working rights in Australia. Arts Centre Melbourne is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Advertised: 24 May 2024 AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close: 16 Jun 2024 AUS Eastern Standard Time • Mon, 27 MayArts Centre Melbourne
New Mexico Program Manager » Australia - We're protecting and enhancing America's National Park System for present and future generations. National Parks Conversation Association (NPCA) is the nation's oldest and largest national parks nonprofit, advocacy organization. NPCA has an exciting opportunity for a New Mexico Program Manager to join our Southwest Regional Office (SWRO). When you join NPCA, you will become part of a highly supportive community that believes in respect through understanding and is guided by our core values: Commitment, Inclusion, Integrity and Respect. Our core values embolden us to achieve excellence, unite us and fuel our commitment to become leaders fulfilling our shared mission of protecting and enhancing America's national parks for present and future generations. Location: New Mexico Salary: $55k - 62k (Grade M) Benefits: We offer competitive compensation and benefits including a four-day, 32-hour work week, paid sabbaticals for staff after seven years of service and more. Learn more about our benefits. Position Overview: This is an opportunity to work for a well-respected, century-old organization to protect some of the most important places and stories representing the diverse lands and history of our country. The New Mexico Program Manager serves in a leadership position within NPCA and our Southwest Regional Office (SWRO) that represents our frontline in New Mexico on campaigns, relationships, organizing, strategy, and tactics to help advance NPCA's local and national park protection priorities for New Mexico's 15 national park sites and their complex and diverse connected landscapes and communities. Tribal engagement and collaboration in these efforts is a critical part of this work. Working directly with the Southwest Regional Director and in coordination with other NPCA departments and teams, the Program Manager leads and implements regional and national program goals, including landscape-scale protection surrounding parks, protecting ecological and cultural resources and properties, mitigating and adapting to climate change impacts, connecting communities with parks, and making parks and the diverse stories they preserve relevant and accessible to all Americans. The Program Manager develops strategic campaigns and organizing strategies, identifies resource and budget needs for successful outcomes, and consistently builds and maintains relationships with National Park Service staff, Tribal leadership, organizations, communities and community leaders, congressional members and staff, local and state elected officials, and the media. The Program Manager will have the proficiency and comfort level to work in the many and varied communities and populations associated with these national parks, with special emphasis on Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Valles Caldera National Preserve, Bandelier National Monument, Petroglyph National Monument, and attention as needed in numerous other parks. The Manager also identifies and cultivates donors and foundation funders, including New Mexico members of the SWRO Regional Council. Essential Functions: Park Protection (60%) Identify critical concerns that affect New Mexico national parks and connected public lands and take a leadership role in the state in developing and implementing appropriate campaign strategies in response to threats and opportunities for park lands, waters, air, ecological and habitat health, and climate change - including energy and other development impacts in the Greater Chaco, Greater Carlsbad, and other park landscapes. Track and coordinate activities on Regional Haze and Clean Air in the state and work directly with state and federal officials to advance strong air quality rules (methane, haze, ozone, etc.) affecting New Mexico parks. Assist NPCA colleagues as possible with national priorities, such as information gathering and outreach. Outreach, Engagement, and Communications (20%) In coordination with SWRO staff and the NPCA Communications team, design and implement outreach and engagement and media strategies to provide a public forum for our issues and opinions that reflect local priorities and culture, and that promote park issues and regional/national NPCA priorities. Participate in and convene relevant community meetings and forums and develop working relationships with important local leaders and elected and agency decisionmakers in the state. Contribute to the body of regional publications and provide written content for SWRO e-Field Reports, webpage, and NPCA social media. Work with congressional staff and members of Congress to inform and educate about specific park issues and threats. Engage and develop diverse constituencies of members, supporters, and community partners in planning/regulatory processes impacting parks and surrounding landscapes and communities, including tools such as action alerts and traditional and social media, etc. Plan and hold Civic Voice Workshops for new and diverse constituencies as possible. Serve as a spokesperson and representative of NPCA's Southwest Region, including presentations or comments in a variety of settings, community meetings, conferences, public hearings and events, and media opportunities. Strengthen working relationships with Tribal leaders and community partners connected with New Mexico national parks and work to amplify their concerns and activities on park-related issues. Development/Fundraising (10%) Work with NPCA Development staff and SWRO Regional Director to meet annual fundraising goals for SWRO and NPCA. Participate in the cultivation and stewardship of individual donors, including New Mexico members of the SWRO Regional Council, and assist with coordinating donor events in New Mexico. Assist with the development of foundation and corporate proposals and funder progress reports. Administrative Support (10%) In coordination with the Regional Director implement and maintain protocols for effectively tracking the SWRO budget and manage all administrative and logistical activities for the New Mexico program. Travel: Significant travel throughout New Mexico as well as occasional regional team and national meetings. Minimum Qualifications, Competencies, Skills, Education, and Traits: Five years lived or work experience and/or a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field such as natural resources/environmental science, cultural resource management, anthropology, community organizing, political science, or communications. Inspired by national parks with a desire to be part of a fun and dedicated team that advocates for their protection. Knowledge of New Mexico cultural and natural history. Spanish language helpful, but not required. Awareness and sensitivity to the needs of underserved communities and demonstrated ability to work in a cross-cultural context with diverse colleagues, constituents, and allies, with a particular focus on the Latino/Hispano community that constitutes nearly 50% of New Mexico's population. Excellent and proven written and oral communications skills. Demonstrated ability to manage time effectively, coordinate multiple projects, handle details, and work effectively with minimal supervision, with an eye to changing priorities as new projects emerge. Ability to work collaboratively as part of a larger team to support and sometimes lead aspects of advancing a shared agenda. Demonstrated competency in accurate financial tracking and reporting. Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, online recordkeeping systems, internet research, and other basic computer skills required. Background in or knowledge of non-profit fundraising preferred. Valid driver's license and personal vehicle use required. Commitment to NPCA's Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) Statement of Intentions. Green 2.0 Pledge: Our organization is committing to conducting a pay equity analysis of staff compensation to look at differences in compensation in regard to race, ethnicity, and gender, to collect and analyze relevant data, and take corrective actions to remediate pay disparities. Physical Effort and Dexterity: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is typically required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; talk or hear. The employee may lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job may include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. NPCA is committed to diversity among its employees and hiring practices. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. Physical Environment: Office or home office setting; significant travel, significant time driving, time in field in national parks and other public lands. Employer's Rights: NPCA reserves the right to revise this position description at any time. The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position. The does not constitute an employment agreement between the NPCA and employee and is subject to change by the NPCA as the needs of the NPCA and requirements of the job change. The above is in no way an exhaustive list of the requirements for the position. COVID-19: Please be aware that NPCA requires all employees who are required to work onsite, whether regularly or sporadically to be vaccinated for COVID-19. This position will require the successful candidate to show proof of vaccination. NPCA is an equal opportunity employer and will provide reasonable accommodation to those individuals who are unable to be vaccinated consistent with federal, state, and local law. This does not apply to applicants residing in Montana, Tennessee, and Florida. • Mon, 27 MayKlyde Warren Park
State Government Affairs & Partnerships Manager » South Australia, Australia - Summary Novartis is a global pharmaceutical and healthcare company committed to improving the lives of patients and making a lasting impact on global health. With a rich history spanning over 250 years, Novartis has established itself as a leader in the industry, combining cutting-edge medical science with innovative technology to develop and deliver life-changing medicines and healthcare solutions. Driven by a robust pipeline of strong medicines, Novartis is undergoing a evolution that not only promises business growth but also enables the swift delivery of innovative medicines to patients. As part of this transformative journey, Novartis has recently introduced the newly created role of State Government Affairs & Partnership Manager. About the Role Key responsibilities: Engage with state government, state-based institutions, private sector organisations, and think tanks to unlock patient access to medicines. Your mission will be to establish and maintain trusted relationships with key state government stakeholders, including politicians, advisors, and departmental officials. By leading partnerships that enhance Novartis' reputation and improve patient health outcomes, you will play a vital role in shaping the healthcare landscape. You will have the opportunity to deliver new partnerships and funding agreements with state governments, accelerating access to life-changing Novartis medicines. As the key point of contact for Novartis within your designated state, you will lead environment shaping activities and initiatives with government stakeholders, universities, and the private sector. Your efforts will remove barriers to accessing Novartis medicines, ensuring that patients receive the care they need. Essential Requirements: Government Experience: You have demonstrated experience working within state or federal government, either as a political advisor or a member of a relevant government department. Your understanding of government processes and systems will be invaluable in navigating the complexities of the public sector. Navigating State Government Ecosystems: You have a proven track record of successfully navigating state government ecosystems, with a specific focus on health or innovation. Your ability to drive outcomes within the government landscape will be crucial in unlocking growth opportunities. Partnership Building: You have a demonstrated ability to build partnerships across the state ecosystem to address complex regulatory, policy, or access priorities. Your expertise in forging strategic alliances will be essential in finding innovative solutions to healthcare challenges. Stakeholder Relationship Management: You have a strong background in building and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders across various sectors, including government, universities, and the private sector. Your ability to engage with high-profile stakeholders will be instrumental in driving collaboration and achieving impactful outcomes. Exceptional Communication Skills: You possess exceptional oral and written communication skills, with a demonstrated record of making a significant impact. Your ability to effectively convey complex information and influence stakeholders will be critical in shaping the future of healthcare. Autonomous Problem-Solving: You have demonstrated the ability to work autonomously with minimal direction and take the initiative to solve complex policy problems. Your proactive approach and problem-solving skills will contribute to finding innovative solutions. Cross-Functional Collaboration: You have experience working cross-functionally within an organization and have demonstrated the ability to have an impact across different areas. Your ability to collaborate with diverse teams will be crucial in achieving organisational objectives. Relevant Tertiary Qualifications: You hold tertiary qualifications in law, policy, business, health economics, political science, or communications. These qualifications will provide a strong foundation for success in this role. Join us on this exciting journey of growth, innovation, and impact. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of patients and reshape the future of healthcare. Apply now and be a part of the Novartis team that is unlocking growth opportunities and transforming healthcare ecosystems Why Novartis: Helping people with disease and their families takes more than innovative science. It takes a community of smart, passionate people like you. Collaborating, supporting and inspiring each other. Combining to achieve breakthroughs that change patients' lives. Ready to create a brighter future together? • Sun, 26 MayNovartis AG
Government Advocacy Specialist » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Exciting period in the transformation of an iconic organisation Join us in advocating for our impact in the arts and cultural sector Convenient city location in the heart of Arts Precinct About the Role The Government Advocacy Specialist will focus on strengthening Arts Centre Melbourne’s relationships with federal, state and local government departments, identifying and advising on opportunities that align with our strategic plan. Through this advocacy, we seek to elevate our position as a premier destination and a leader in the arts and cultural landscape. In this role, you will report to the Deputy CEO and will support both the CEO and Deputy CEO to build and maintain relationships with parliamentary and public service stakeholders. The role is also responsible for liaising and coordinating activities with the portfolio Minister’s Office, the portfolio Department (currently DJSIR) and with Creative Victoria. Full-time ongoing role, Band 5.2.15 $131,127.36 plus superannuation. The successful candidate will: Provide advice to the CEO, Deputy CEO, Executive and leaders on political and government policy issues relevant to ACM’s strategic priorities Be a representative for ACM, building strong and trusted relationships with influential government and industry stakeholders Have the ability to shape key messages and advocate for organisational priorities and funding Your Qualifications, Skills and Experience (key criteria) 5 years’ experience in government or government relations at state and/or federal level Tertiary qualifications in political science, public policy and administration, or communications will be highly regarded Demonstrated track record in establishing advocacy and influence across multiple relationship domains with key government stakeholders Confidence and experience in communicating with stakeholders at government level and industry professionals Proven experience working and collaborating with multi-disciplinary teams and cross-organisational functions to achieve results For more details, please read Position Description - Government Advocacy Specialist 2024.pdf About Arts Centre Melbourne Arts Centre Melbourne acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which we gather, the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung. We also acknowledge the neighbouring Kulin Nation groups, the Boonwurrung and Bunurong people, and pay our respects to elders, past and present. Beneath our iconic Spire, in Hamer Hall and at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, we showcase the best of Australian and international performing arts. We’re proudly the home of our flagship Resident Companies – The Australian Ballet, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Theatre Company and Opera Australia – and a range of presenters who collectively bring our stages and spaces to life. Together with our own program of performances, events and experiences we offer a diversity of audiences a distinctly multidimensional approach to participation, education and engagement with the breadth of the performing arts. We are now focused on Reimagining Arts Centre Melbourne as part of the Victorian Government’s commitment to transforming the Melbourne Arts Precinct into a thriving, connected creative and civic space over the coming years. For a glimpse into working at Arts Centre Melbourne click here . Enjoy Team Member Benefits As a valued member of our ensemble, you will enjoy a number of great benefits including the opportunity to receive complimentary tickets, food & beverage discounts, discounted commuter benefits and onsite parking, access to well-being activities and learning and development programs. Apply Now Arts Centre Melbourne welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds, Disabled and Deaf people, members of the LGBTQIA community and people of all ages. We seek to provide workplace adjustments at all relevant stages of the recruitment process such as alternative formats or other access supports. You can specify in the application form if you require any adjustments or please ask us at any stage. If you need to contact us about making workplace adjustments during the recruitment process, please send an email to peopleassistartscentremelbourne.com.au Please submit your resume together with a cover letter addressing the key criteria by 11:55pm Sunday 16th June 2024 . Early applications are encouraged as suitable candidates may be invited to attend an interview prior to the closing date. Employment at Arts Centre Melbourne is conditional upon the satisfactory completion of a National Police Check. Applications are open to those with full working rights in Australia . Arts Centre Melbourne is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer . • Sat, 25 MayArts Centre Melbourne
State Government Affairs & Partnerships Manager » Western Australia, Australia - Summary Novartis is a global pharmaceutical and healthcare company committed to improving the lives of patients and making a lasting impact on global health. With a rich history spanning over 250 years, Novartis has established itself as a leader in the industry, combining cutting-edge medical science with innovative technology to develop and deliver life-changing medicines and healthcare solutions. Driven by a robust pipeline of strong medicines, Novartis is undergoing a evolution that not only promises business growth but also enables the swift delivery of innovative medicines to patients. As part of this transformative journey, Novartis has recently introduced the newly created role of State Government Affairs & Partnership Manager. About the Role Key responsibilities: Engage with state government, state-based institutions, private sector organisations, and think tanks to unlock patient access to medicines. Your mission will be to establish and maintain trusted relationships with key state government stakeholders, including politicians, advisors, and departmental officials. By leading partnerships that enhance Novartis' reputation and improve patient health outcomes, you will play a vital role in shaping the healthcare landscape. You will have the opportunity to deliver new partnerships and funding agreements with state governments, accelerating access to life-changing Novartis medicines. As the key point of contact for Novartis within your designated state, you will lead environment shaping activities and initiatives with government stakeholders, universities, and the private sector. Your efforts will remove barriers to accessing Novartis medicines, ensuring that patients receive the care they need. Essential Requirements: Government Experience: You have demonstrated experience working within state or federal government, either as a political advisor or a member of a relevant government department. Your understanding of government processes and systems will be invaluable in navigating the complexities of the public sector. Navigating State Government Ecosystems: You have a proven track record of successfully navigating state government ecosystems, with a specific focus on health or innovation. Your ability to drive outcomes within the government landscape will be crucial in unlocking growth opportunities. Partnership Building: You have a demonstrated ability to build partnerships across the state ecosystem to address complex regulatory, policy, or access priorities. Your expertise in forging strategic alliances will be essential in finding innovative solutions to healthcare challenges. Stakeholder Relationship Management: You have a strong background in building and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders across various sectors, including government, universities, and the private sector. Your ability to engage with high-profile stakeholders will be instrumental in driving collaboration and achieving impactful outcomes. Exceptional Communication Skills: You possess exceptional oral and written communication skills, with a demonstrated record of making a significant impact. Your ability to effectively convey complex information and influence stakeholders will be critical in shaping the future of healthcare. Autonomous Problem-Solving: You have demonstrated the ability to work autonomously with minimal direction and take the initiative to solve complex policy problems. Your proactive approach and problem-solving skills will contribute to finding innovative solutions. Cross-Functional Collaboration: You have experience working cross-functionally within an organization and have demonstrated the ability to have an impact across different areas. Your ability to collaborate with diverse teams will be crucial in achieving organisational objectives. Relevant Tertiary Qualifications: You hold tertiary qualifications in law, policy, business, health economics, political science, or communications. These qualifications will provide a strong foundation for success in this role. Join us on this exciting journey of growth, innovation, and impact. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of patients and reshape the future of healthcare. Apply now and be a part of the Novartis team that is unlocking growth opportunities and transforming healthcare ecosystems Why Novartis: Helping people with disease and their families takes more than innovative science. It takes a community of smart, passionate people like you. Collaborating, supporting and inspiring each other. Combining to achieve breakthroughs that change patients' lives. Ready to create a brighter future together? • Sat, 25 MayNovartis AG
State Government Affairs & Partnerships Manager » Queensland, Australia - Summary Novartis is a global pharmaceutical and healthcare company committed to improving the lives of patients and making a lasting impact on global health. With a rich history spanning over 250 years, Novartis has established itself as a leader in the industry, combining cutting-edge medical science with innovative technology to develop and deliver life-changing medicines and healthcare solutions. Driven by a robust pipeline of strong medicines, Novartis is undergoing a evolution that not only promises business growth but also enables the swift delivery of innovative medicines to patients. As part of this transformative journey, Novartis has recently introduced the newly created role of State Government Affairs & Partnership Manager. About the Role Key responsibilities: Engage with state government, state-based institutions, private sector organisations, and think tanks to unlock patient access to medicines. Your mission will be to establish and maintain trusted relationships with key state government stakeholders, including politicians, advisors, and departmental officials. By leading partnerships that enhance Novartis' reputation and improve patient health outcomes, you will play a vital role in shaping the healthcare landscape. You will have the opportunity to deliver new partnerships and funding agreements with state governments, accelerating access to life-changing Novartis medicines. As the key point of contact for Novartis within your designated state, you will lead environment shaping activities and initiatives with government stakeholders, universities, and the private sector. Your efforts will remove barriers to accessing Novartis medicines, ensuring that patients receive the care they need. Essential Requirements: Government Experience: You have demonstrated experience working within state or federal government, either as a political advisor or a member of a relevant government department. Your understanding of government processes and systems will be invaluable in navigating the complexities of the public sector. Navigating State Government Ecosystems: You have a proven track record of successfully navigating state government ecosystems, with a specific focus on health or innovation. Your ability to drive outcomes within the government landscape will be crucial in unlocking growth opportunities. Partnership Building: You have a demonstrated ability to build partnerships across the state ecosystem to address complex regulatory, policy, or access priorities. Your expertise in forging strategic alliances will be essential in finding innovative solutions to healthcare challenges. Stakeholder Relationship Management: You have a strong background in building and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders across various sectors, including government, universities, and the private sector. Your ability to engage with high-profile stakeholders will be instrumental in driving collaboration and achieving impactful outcomes. Exceptional Communication Skills: You possess exceptional oral and written communication skills, with a demonstrated record of making a significant impact. Your ability to effectively convey complex information and influence stakeholders will be critical in shaping the future of healthcare. Autonomous Problem-Solving: You have demonstrated the ability to work autonomously with minimal direction and take the initiative to solve complex policy problems. Your proactive approach and problem-solving skills will contribute to finding innovative solutions. Cross-Functional Collaboration: You have experience working cross-functionally within an organization and have demonstrated the ability to have an impact across different areas. Your ability to collaborate with diverse teams will be crucial in achieving organisational objectives. Relevant Tertiary Qualifications: You hold tertiary qualifications in law, policy, business, health economics, political science, or communications. These qualifications will provide a strong foundation for success in this role. Join us on this exciting journey of growth, innovation, and impact. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of patients and reshape the future of healthcare. Apply now and be a part of the Novartis team that is unlocking growth opportunities and transforming healthcare ecosystems Why Novartis: Helping people with disease and their families takes more than innovative science. It takes a community of smart, passionate people like you. Collaborating, supporting and inspiring each other. Combining to achieve breakthroughs that change patients' lives. Ready to create a brighter future together? • Sat, 25 MayNovartis AG
Project Officer » Darlinghurst, Sydney - cs1484551 Project Officer http://www.researchcareer.com.au/jobs/7755-the-garvan-institute-of-medical-research/84551 Project Officer Garvan’s Clinical Translation and Engagement (CT & E) Platform is an interdisciplinary team of genetic counsellors, educators, psychosocial and clinical researchers with advanced capabilities in health and translational research. As one of Garvans scientific platforms the CT & E Platform offers health and psychosocial research expertise, specialised research services, infrastructure, and support to enable Garvan researchers to have clinical, social, economic, and scientific impact. We are developing and implementing a Consumer and Community Involvement program where the consumer and community 'voice' is integral to the way our research is designed, delivered, and translated into better health outcomes. THE OPPORTUNITY A new position for a 0.6FTE Project Officer; Consumer and Community Involvement in Research has been created to further strengthen our impact and ensure our research program is aligned to the needs of consumers. Salary: $100,000 11% super salary packaging (Prorated $60,000)Employment Type: Permanent Part Time Opportunity (22.8 hours per week) SNAPSHOT OF BENEFITS Generous salary packaging to save you income tax on your wages thereby boosting your monthly take home pay (max. $15,900 general expenses $2,650 meals/accom) Ample opportunities for on-going training and development Stimulating, diverse and highly international research environment Flexible work arrangements e.g. start / finish times 18 weeks paid parental leave for both parents including paid superannuation A range of additional leave types to meet your personal needs including cultural leave, conference leave, community service and study leave Discounted Health Insurance Lifestyle discounts with our community partners WHAT YOU WILL DO In collaboration with CT & E staff: Coordinate the CCIR program at Garvan ensuring strong alignment with Garvan’s strategy, including reporting, collaboration and quality. Connect researchers and consumers and support them in all facets of consumer and community involvement at Garvan to improve research outcomes Collect data and continue to document procedures for the CCIR program at Garvan to support ongoing communication, collaboration, coordination, and reporting of the program. Liaise with the CCIR Steering Committee and incorporate their feedback and guidance where appropriate Iterate processes to develop and maintain diverse and effective consumer & community relationships at Garvan. Identify and provide researchers and consumers with access to additional CCI resources, training opportunities and supporting infrastructure for consumers and researchers. ABOUT YOU Relevant tertiary qualifications (eg. Health, science, social science) and/or demonstrated equivalent competency. Demonstrated experience in an organisation that conducts medical, health, disability or social research. Experience, high-level understanding, and successful application of consumer and community involvement principles and practice Strong understanding of the ‘lived experience’ consumer and/or community members’ contributions. Demonstrated experience in project management, including the capacity to manage projects on time, with a high degree of independence. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to lead the generation of reports and funding proposals, and give presentations. A strategic thinker who enjoys grappling with complex scientific, organisational, and political problems. Highly organised and capable of managing a complex and dynamic workload with strong emotional quotient. ABOUT GARVAN The Garvan Institute of Medical Research is an independent Medical Research Institute (MRI) in Sydney, delivering scientific and clinical impact on a global basis and in partnership with organisations that share our vision. We are proud to be one of Australia’s largest and most highly regarded MRI’s. Our vision is global leadership in discoveries to impact and our enduring purpose is to impact human health, by harnessing information encoded in our genome. We seek to see our world-class discovery research achieve life-changing impacts, not only for individual patients with rare diseases, but for the many thousands affected by complex, common disease. Garvan promotes a diverse workplace and is committed to the principles of equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging. We are always looking for culture ‘add’, not culture ‘fit’ and are building diverse teams with great sets of complementary styles and skills to help deliver our important work effectively. HOW TO APPLY To apply for this position, please submit your application with a CV and cover letter as one document, stating why you are interested in this role. If you think you’re the right person for this role, we’d love to hear how your capabilities, achievements and experience set you apart. Only applicants with full working rights in Australia are eligible to apply for this role. DARLINGHURST NSW The Garvan Institute of Medical Research $100,000 11% super salary packaging (Prorated $60,000) Scientific & QA Jobs 22/05/2024 09/06/2024 • Wed, 22 MayThe Garvan Institute of Medical Research

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