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Policy Officer, Economics » Barton, South Canberra - Australia’s peak national farm advocacy body, the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF), represents farmers and, more broadly, agricultural interests across the full spectrum of Australian farm activity. The Role The NFF is seeking a highly motivated individual to fill the full-time position of Policy Officer, Economics. Based in Canberra, the successful applicant will report to the General Manager, Trade & Economics and will be responsible for the provision of high-level project support and policy research, analysis and development support for the NFF. Key Responsibilities include: • Provide high-level policy research, analysis and development support to the General Manager, Trade and Economics, the CEO and other Policy Managers as required. • Undertake research and development on relevant economic policy that drives the development of a sustainable and profitable agricultural sector. • Liaison with internal and external stakeholders to inform policy research and development. Where appropriate, advocate policy positions to internal and external stakeholders to drive policy outcomes. • Provide high-level administrative support for Committees in the Trade and Economics portfolio, ensuring the integrity of the NFF Committee structure and procedures. Key Interactions: You will provide policy advice to internal stakeholders of the NFF including Committee Chairs, elected members from NFF member organisations and other NFF staff. You may be required to advocate NFF’s agreed policy priorities as well as seek and disseminate information for research and policy development with external stakeholders of the NFF including Ministers, Members of Parliament, Senators, departmental staff and other external stakeholders. Key Attributes: The successful candidate will be a highly skilled written and verbal communicator who can effectively engage with stakeholders. You will require strong research and analytical skills to source, review and analyse research papers, policy and legislative proposals and data to assist in responding to key issues within the agricultural industry. You will have completed relevant tertiary education in Economics, Political Science or similar, and have an affinity and good understanding of the Agricultural industry. This is a great opportunity to join a team that will help advance your career. To Apply Please attach your CV plus a covering letter outlining your skills and experience. Applications close at 5:00pm on Wednesday 13 March 2024. • Fri, 01 MarNational Farmers' Federation
Head of Policy and Public Affairs - Remote » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Head of Policy and Public Affairs - Remote Rare Cancers Australia Canberra ACT Public Relations & Corporate Affairs (Marketing & Communications) Permanent, full-time role (4 days a week could be accommodated) Location: Ideally, Canberra, ACT however role can be performed primarily from home A flexible, friendly and supportive culture Competitive salary on offer, coupled with not-for-profit salary packaging eligibility. About Us RCA is a charity whose purpose is to improve the lives and health outcomes of Australians living with rare and less common (RLC) cancers. RCA has a number of key areas of focus: Creating a Patient Community, Advocacy, Patient Support Programs, Fundraising, Treatment and research along with Early Diagnosis. Today, RCA is a trusted voice on best practice patient support across the Asia Pacific region, actively supporting over 600 Australians living with a rare, complex, or less common cancer at any one time. Our team of qualified and experienced professionals understand the life-giving power that comes from knowing someone is in your corner. Someone who genuinely cares, is willing to listen, and doesn’t have all the answers but will walk beside you every day until we find them together. The RCA Team assists people from all over Australia (nationwide) to navigate their cancer journey. Many of our patients, following their initial shock diagnosis, have little knowledge of their disease and what treatment is available. Our patients can come to us from all socio-economic backgrounds and age brackets and are referred either by social workers, Doctors, oncologists or word of mouth. You can view an informative video with more about what we do at RCA here: https://youtu.be/cuNn3N0vP4M?sipuQZMHQ4AhLspcxo On offer is an ongoing role, work from home with the option to work full time or four days per week, and if part-time, the spread of hours over the working week can be flexible. Our employees can also sacrifice up to $18,500 annually from their salary in general and entertainment expenses. Due to the nature of the work and location of major stakeholders, candidates will ideally be located in Canberra or surrounding areas, however the role can primarily work from home. Rare Cancers Australia is a flexible, equal-opportunity employer. We are a growing organisation with a professional, friendly and supportive team. We have a genuine, caring and positive culture and working environment and provide access to career development opportunities. About the opportunity We seek an enthusiastic, experienced senior policy and public affairs professional to join our team who will be responsible for the following: Lead the development and implementation of RCA's policy priorities, working closely with stakeholders, including government bodies, healthcare professionals, patient advocacy groups, and industry partners. Advocate for policy reforms and initiatives that improve access to care, treatment options, and support services for individuals with rare cancers. Cultivate relationships with key government officials, policymakers, and relevant stakeholders. Represent RCA in meetings, consultations, and public forums to articulate the needs and perspectives of rare cancer patients and drive positive change at the national and state levels. Support RCA’s Head of Strategic Communications in developing and executing strategic communications plans to raise awareness of rare cancers, RCA's mission, and key advocacy priorities. Act as a Media Spokesperson for RCA and represent the organisation at public events/forums as required- second to the CEO. Stay abreast of emerging issues, trends, and developments in healthcare policy, oncology, and rare diseases. Conduct research, analysis, and data-driven advocacy to inform RCA's policy positions, campaigns, and initiatives. Collaborate with internal teams, external partners, and relevant stakeholders to leverage resources, expertise, and networks to support RCA's advocacy efforts. Engage with other patient advocacy organisations, medical professionals, researchers, and industry stakeholders to foster collaboration and maximise impact. Oversee the development and execution of work plans, projects, and initiatives, ensuring alignment with organisational strategy, goals and priorities. Set and manage project and departmental budgets. About You We seek a highly accomplished senior policy and public affairs professional passionate about the organisation's mission and a commitment to positively supporting people with rare and less common cancers. You will have a positive attitude and approach that reflect RCA’s missions and values and be enthusiastic, energetic and highly motivated. With highly effective financial skills and the ability to maintain positive stakeholder engagements to deliver results, ideal candidates will have the following skills and experience: Tertiary qualifications in public policy, political science, communications, public health, or a related field are required (with postgraduate qualifications being highly regarded). A demonstrated track record of achievement in policy development, advocacy, and public affairs, preferably within the healthcare, patient advocacy, or nonprofit sector. Strong understanding of healthcare policy, regulatory frameworks, and the legislative process, particularly regarding cancer care, rare diseases, and access to treatment. Excellent communication skills, including articulating complex issues clearly and compellingly to diverse audiences through written, verbal, and visual mediums. Proven ability to build and maintain effective relationships with government officials, stakeholders, and the media, with experience in lobbying, public relations, or government affairs preferred. Strategic thinking, analytical skills, and the ability to synthesize information, research findings, and data to inform policy positions, advocacy strategies, and communications campaigns. Travel to our head office in Bowral will also be required occasionally. How to Apply To be considered for this role, applicants must submit a current resume and a cover letter demonstrating their knowledge, skills and experience as relevant to this role. If you meet the selection criteria and are interested in contributing to a purposeful employer that values its people and mission, complete the application process by clicking the Apply Button, and we'll be in touch. Please note: We may vary the role title and other aspects of the role in discussion with the successful candidate depending on the experience, skills and experience of the final chosen candidate. We are interested in filling this role as soon as possible, and applicants will be assessed for progression to the next stage of the selection process upon receipt of the application, so please apply ASAP if you are interested in being considered for this role. Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Choose from thousands of courses delivered by leaders in education. J-18808-Ljbffr • Mon, 04 MarRare Cancers Australia
APS5 Program Support Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Randstad is currently sourcing for multiple APS5 Program Support Officers for a large federal department. Funding has been approved Primary Responsibilities: Evaluate applications in alignment with legislative and program directives. Address public inquiries via email and telephone promptly and courteously. Accurately input data and maintain records using CRM database software. Utilize Excel proficiently for various office tasks. Ideal Candidate Profile: Previous Government Experience (essential) Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel. Strong written and verbal communication abilities. Capable of analyzing information and exercising sound judgment. Demonstrated ability to thrive in fast-paced environments. Self-motivated with a proven track record of meeting deadlines. Adaptive and solution-focused approach to work. Enjoy collaborating closely within a team environment. Highly Advantageous: Advanced Excel proficiency. Prior experience in grants or program management. Previous coordination experience highly valued. Familiarity with ministerial correspondence and briefing processes. Understanding of compliance and assessment procedures. Preferred Degrees: Public Administration, Public Policy Political Science, International Relations Business Administration, Management Economics, Finance Social Sciences Law, Legal Studies If you have prior Government experience in Assessment or Compliance, we strongly urge you to applyYou must be an Australian Citizen to be eligable to work within Federal Governmment. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. • Sat, 02 MarRandstad
Cultural Heritage Advisor (Environmental Plans) – Corporate Affairs » Western Australia, Australia - NES Fircroft are working with Woodside Energy seeking an experienced Cultural Heritage Advisor (Environmental Plans) – Corporate Affairs to join their team. Start Date: ASAP Working Location: Perth CBD or Karratha, Western Australia Roster: Monday to Friday Working Hours: 7.5 hour working days, WFH flexibility Contract Length: 12 month contract Pay Rate: Negotiable About the Role: An exciting opportunity has become available to join us as the Cultural Heritage Advisor on a 12-month contract basis. This position will be responsible for inputting and reviewing cultural heritage material for environmental plans, specifically providing cultural heritage inputs into environment plans; assessing and articulating cultural values in records of consultation; and assessing and developing controls for identified cultural values. Working at the direction of the Manager Global Heritage and alongside multi-disciplinary teams, this role will work closely with the EnvironmentandCorporate Affairs environment plan teams to ensure timely delivery of cultural heritage content into environment plans. Duties & Responsibilities: Understanding of First Nations/Cultural Heritage concepts, values and terminology. Familiar with industry heritage practice, including the Burra Charter Responsible for reviewing, synthesising, and interpreting cultural heritage information. Responsible for developing control measures to manage cultural features and heritage values, including creative problem solving. Corporate Affairs deliverables: Summarising cultural heritage information for inclusion in environment plans to meet regulatory standards. Articulating specialist heritage concepts for non-specialist audiences. Reviewing, synthesising and interpreting cultural heritage information from consultation records. Developing control measures to manage cultural features and heritage values, including creative problem solving. Government advocacy and compliance with regulatory requirements. Skills & Experience: At least 3 years of cultural heritage, corporate affairs or First Nations related experience. Bachelor degree in communications, archaeology, anthropology, political science, legal or related fields. Awareness of Australian First Nations communities and culture. Understanding of community issues that interface with Woodside’s business. Demonstrated ability as a team player, enabler and ability to work independently and within a diverse team. Preparedness to drive outcomes in support of overall development milestones. Demonstrated ability to apply initiative and innovation to work activities. Strong written and verbal skills BH ID 260118 If interested please apply or contact: Jasmine Albert Recruitment Consultant NES Fircroft Email: jasmine.albertnesfircroft.com With over 90 years' combined experience, NES Fircroft (NES) is proud to be the world's leading engineering staffing provider spanning the Oil & Gas, Power & Renewables, Chemicals, Construction & Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Mining andManufacturingsectors worldwide. With more than 80 offices in 45 countries, we are able to provide our clients with the engineering and technical expertise they need, wherever and whenever it is needed. We offer contractors far more than a traditional recruitment service, supporting with everything from securing visas and work permits, to providing market-leading benefits packages and accommodation, ensuring they are safely and compliantly able to support our clients. J-18808-Ljbffr • Sat, 02 MarNES Fircroft
Community Manager - Six Degrees Executive » Dunnstown, Moorabool Area - About the Business Our client is a true Aussie success story and a well-recognised technology business who operate across the B2B space. At the core of their focus is their unwavering passion for helping businesses owners make life a little easier. They have a complex product suite across a number of verticals, and are constantly reinventing and tweaking their offering to meet continually changing consumer demands. They have been listed on the BRW Most Innovative Company list, have won numerous Canstar Blue awards and the winner of an HRD Best Place to Work award. Working here means you are joining a team of smart, driven and passionate people where no two days are the same – its fast paced and nimble, you need to be at the top of your game to manage the ambiguity yet have plenty of opportunities to continually test and learn. About the Role Seize the opportunity to become a pivotal force in shaping narratives and influencing change as our client seeks a dynamic Government Relations & Communications Manager. This role is an invitation to propel corporate reputation to unprecedented heights through strategic content development, government relations, and advocacy initiatives. Collaborate with top-tier minds to architect innovative government relations policies, orchestrate engaging programs for key stakeholders, and cultivate powerful relationships with internal influencers. Your creative prowess will be unleashed in translating complex government announcements into compelling materials for internal stakeholders, while your strategic touch will resonate through corporate communications that elevate brand perception. Dive into the heart of event management, ensuring seamless collaboration with agencies and suppliers, and conduct program evaluations to refine future strategies. If you're ready to be at the forefront of change, navigating a fast-paced environment with agility, this is your chance to join a team where every day brings new challenges and opportunities to make a lasting impact. About You You are a degree-qualified, savvy individual with a tertiary qualification in political science, communications, or a related discipline (PR, journalism) and/or equivalent industry experience. Your expertise shines with a profound understanding of the mechanisms of government in Australia and a keen interest in the New Zealand political landscape. Your journey in government relations and advocacy includes a robust understanding of government workings, content design for GR purposes, and engagement protocols. A proven track record in developing government relations materials across diverse mediums and audiences showcases your exceptional skills. Your writing prowess stands out, allowing you to simplify complex material effectively. Your experience extends to building collaborative partnerships within both government and industry sectors. You navigate seamlessly through interactions with executives, C-Suite, and multiple stakeholder sets, including agencies. Your sound fundamentals in traditional and emerging communications, coupled with your ability to thrive in complex and fast-moving environments, set you apart. You are adept at rapidly responding to announcements and updates, converting learnings into tangible actions for internal stakeholders. How to Apply Click on the APPLY button or contact Hong Silver at [emailprotected] for a confidential discussion. If this role doesn’t sound quite right for you but you are open to hearing about new opportunities in Marketing or Digital, feel free to get in touch or jump on the website and sign up for our job alerts Six Degrees Executive acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work and live. We are also committed to equal opportunity and strive to promote diversity, inclusion, belonging, flexibility, and accessibility in all that we do. Should you require assistance in your interactions with us or through a recruitment process, please let us know so we can provide adjustments for you. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarEveri Pty

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Federal Work-study, Alumni Relations Ambassador » Mackay Region, Queensland - Job Description Description Hourly Rate: $12/hr. (Minimum wage) Duties: Keeps up to date with the latest trends in social and digital content Stays current on events happening across the campus in order to promote via social media Understands and adheres to UHD’s social media philosophy and approach across platforms, including tone and branding Generates engaging social media content unique to the Office of Alumni Relations, including original short text, photos, graphics, and videos to increase alumni engagement Attends and select events both on-campus and off-campus to post in real-time Supports in communicating with online followers and responding to reviews/comments on time Supports the Office of Alumni Relations in developing social media plans to increase online presence Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Must be reliable Must be a team player Must have experience with social media platforms Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills EEO/AA Qualifications Must be a current UHD undergraduate and in good standing with the university Must be available to work 10 hours per week Must be willing to work occasional evenings and weekends (as needed) Must have been awarded financial work-study from the Financial Aid office Preferred Qualifications Currently majoring in communication, marketing, fine arts, or political science Preferably a first- or second-year student looking to add projects to their portfolio Must be a current UHD undergraduate and in good standing with the university Must be available to work 10 hours per week Must be willing to work occasional evenings and weekends (as needed) Must have been awarded financial work-study from the Financial Aid office Preferred Qualifications Currently majoring in communication, marketing, fine arts, or political science Preferably a first- or second-year student looking to add projects to their portfolio About University of Houston Downtown The second-largest university in Houston, the University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) is a comprehensive, four-year, urban university in the heart of downtown. Led by President Loren J. Blanchard, UHD is a community of diverse faculty, staff, students, and regional partners dedicated to nurturing talent, generating knowledge, and driving socioeconomic mobility for a just and sustainable future. Since opening its doors in 1974, UHD has grown in size, scope, and service, now offering 46 bachelor’s and 11 master’s degree programs and 17 fully online programs within its four colleges: Marilyn Davies College of Business, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, College of Public Service, and College of Sciences & Technology. UHD educates approximately 15,000 students annually. With more than 77% of UHD’s students coming directly from Harris County, UHD is not just a university in Houston, but Houston’s University and an Anchor Institution for the region. UHD is recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution, a Minority-Serving Institution, and a Military-Friendly School. While the student population is largely Hispanic at 53% and African-American at 20%, more than 64 countries are represented. Furthermore, UHD has the most affordable tuition among four-year universities in Houston, and its graduates have the lowest student loan debt in the state. Importantly, 70% of UHD freshman students are the first in their families to attend college. UHD is one of the four distinct and separate components of the University of Houston System, which also includes the University of Houston, University of Houston-Clear Lake, and University of Houston-Victoria. Instructional Sites operated by UHD are University of Houston-Downtown Northwest, University of Houston-Downtown at Lone Star College-Kingwood, University of Houston-Downtown at LSC-CyFair and University of Houston-Downtown at HCC-Coleman College. The University of Houston-Downtown is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. UHD is committed to equal opportunity and complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, sex, genetic information, religion, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, except where such distinction is required by law. The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution and recognizes protected classes of race, color, sex (including pregnancy), genetic information, religion, age (40 and above), national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or status, and gender expression as required by federal law. Veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Required Attachments by Candidate : Resume, Financial Aid Award Letter, Class Schedule University of Houston-Downtown One Main Street Houston, TX 77002 713-221-8000 J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarUniversity of Houston-Downtown
Senior Change Lead » Australia - Full time, 3 year fixed term position (possibility of extension) Salary range between $115,000 – $130,000 based on skills and experience About us The Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP) is the peak body representing, advocating, and supporting the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander child protection and family support sector in Queensland. By sharing our collective knowledge and experience, we can all make a positive impact on policies and practices to combat the overrepresentation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Queensland’s child protection system. About the role The Senior Change Lead role will lead the design, development and implementation of rigorous processes that will enable QATSICPP to effectively support the major reform of the child protection system that is occurring in Queensland. This will include supporting the implementation of the government’s commitment to transferring all services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families from non-Indigenous organisations to First Nations Community Controlled organisations by 2032. The Senior Change Lead will work to identify the elements of success required to achieve the reform, establish clear and meaningful performance measures, track performance and design actions to support the organisation in meeting their identified success indicators. The role will contribute significantly to QATSICPP’s approach to ensuring the organisation is best placed to achieve the aspirations, activities and outcomes outlined in the Strategic Plan. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. Desired skills and abilities Lead the development of a new implementation unit that will utilise the Deliverology methodology to achieve significant change. Establish and support the practice of following routines to support the delivery of reforms and meeting targets. Lead the development of a clear roadmap with associated success indicators that will enable the organisation to champion the strategic reform effectively. Provide coaching and support for Directors and Senior Staff to assist them in meeting identified targets. Establish and implement clear accountabilities and metrics to track performance. Produce regular reporting and data to ensure the organisation can critically reflect on its performance. Solve and address roadblocks to achieving agreed targets early and efficiently. Actively engage and build strong and trusting relationships internally and externally with a broad range of stakeholders including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations to ensure that the objectives of success are on track and culturally strong. Support the implementation of organisational goals by working collaboratively with other members of the team. Mandatory requirements Possession of a degree and/or post graduate studies in Business, Public Policy, Politics, Social Science, Social Policy, or Human Services is highly desirable. A current valid Queensland Working with Children’s Card (Blue Card) or eligible to apply Drivers Licence Our vision is a future where all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people are physically, emotionally, and spiritually strong, live in a safe, caring and nurturing environment within their own families and communities, and are afforded the same life opportunities available to other children and young people to fully realise their potential. This is what our team members say about working at QATSICPP: “The QATSICPP team are an amazing group of diverse, talented, and passionate individuals. The work we do in the community-controlled sector on family led decision making has provided me with a sense of pride and achievement in my role. I have truly gained a sense of belonging in this team and I am excited to see where my journey at QATSICPP will take me.” Olivia, Project Officer “I really enjoy working in such a caring, respectful workplace, where our diversity is our strength and you can learn from some truly amazing people doing some really important work.” Lucas, Policy Officer “Joining the QATSICPP team has been one of the best career moves I have made. I love the opportunities to reinvest creative skills I acquired in years of volunteer work into our projects.” Paula, Communication and Events Co-ordinator Salary packaging up to $15,900 for general expenses plus additional salary packaging of $2,650 for entertainment expenses 17.5% annual leave loading Flexible working arrangements and work from home options Gifted leave days for end of year office shut-down period Further Information and Application Process If you are interested in applying for this role or would like further information, please email hrqatsicpp.com.au . Applications close on Monday, 7 August 2023 at 10am. Please note, we reserve the right to appoint to the position before the published closing date. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their application as early as possible. No recruitment agencies please . Your application will include: A cover letter (1 page) demonstrating your key capabilities and experience supported by your current resume. Shortlisted candidates will be required to provide two professional referees. QATSICPP is an equal opportunity employer that fosters a positive culture and offers a safe and supportive work environment. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. Job Features Job Category Policy/program/project Apply Online First Name Last Name Email Address A valid email address is required. Phone Number A valid phone number is required. A valid phone number is required. Postcode Suburb State Do you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander? Yes – Aboriginal Yes – Torres Strait Islander Yes – Both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander None of the above J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarQatsicpp
Project Lead » The Rocks, Sydney - POSITION DESCRIPTION Position: Project Lead Program: Bugmy Justice Project Classification: (Classification will be dependent on qualification and years of experience within the relevant field consistent with the SCHADS Award) Hours: Full- Time Hours per week: 35 Duration: 12 months Location: Sydney, NSW (City of Sydney and Inner West LGA’s) Accountability: This position is directly accountable to the Team Leader/CEO. Date: March 2023 INTRODUCTION At Deadly Connections Community and Justice Services Limited, our focus is on disrupting the inter-generational cycles of systemic racism, disadvantage, trauma, oppression, child protection and justice system involvement of First Nations people, families and communities. Our work is based on four guiding pillars, Culture, Respect, Change and Empowerment. We offer culturally competent support combined with a comprehensive network of services and seek to ensure the provision of high-quality services that will ensure outcomes are improved for our people, families and communities. As an Aboriginal controlled organisation, there is an inherent requirement that employees continue to develop their cultural competence so as to maximise opportunities and improved outcomes for First Nations peoples, families and communities. OVERVIEW OF PROGRAM The Bugmy Justice Project seeks to improve the sentencing processes and outcomes for Aboriginal people identified as defendants and appearing before the District Court for sentencing matters by providing courts with additional information that addresses the personal and community circumstances of the individual Aboriginal person and relevant sentencing options that works to divert mob from custodial sentences. POSITION OBJECTIVES Within a team approach and under the supervision of the Team Leader/CEO, the Caseworker will: Lead and contribute to the delivery of the Bugmy Justice Project and other community legal education projects designed to raise rights awareness and educate the community, break the cycle of incarceration and disrupt systemic racism, disadvantage and trauma; Contribute to a wide range of strategic projects, cases, advocacy and initiatives Prepare and develop Bugmy reports for submission to the District Court Undertake administrative and project management activities Maintain clear records; and Develop and maintain a strong and sensitive working relationship with clients, stakeholders and the communities we work within While you will have no direct reports, it is expected that you will provide day to day guidance to any team member that is allocated to assist you (or is otherwise assisting you) with their duties and responsibilities, including volunteers and new or junior staff; and Deadly Connections is involved in various University clinical placements throughout the year. The successful candidate may be required to represent and participate in the clinics, including in the allocation of work, provision of training and providing supervision to the students Promote the program to stakeholders, community and potential participants to increase referrals Work closely with our other internal/external service providers to provide a wrap around service for participants Work within the decolonising model and abide by relevant policy practice guidelines You will be expected to work within a collaborative team of stakeholders, including Courts, Solicitors, health services, other Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal agencies; to promote best outcomes for participants. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES This position is targeted to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants, however Expressions of Interest will be accepted from all candidates; Candidates must be comfortable working with confronting subject matter and with traumatised communities; Candidates must have completed tertiary level education, training or equivalent in one of the following fields (or similar): Arts; Communications; Criminology; Public Health; Allied Health; Social and Political Sciences; Law; Social Work; Policy and Research; Indigenous Studies; Education and Training; Community Development; Youth and Community Services. The successful candidate will apply their training and skills, lived experience and knowledge, to practical and administrative tasks to seek justice and accountability for our clients and the wider community; You will be required to provide reflective reports over the course of the year. Work collaboratively with communities and stakeholders Work with other Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Services to support participants To actively participate in team work in a manner that ensures a coordinated approach to services for young people and their families Working across other DC support services programs as required providing support at times of crisis and when required To undertake the functions associated with intake & response, such as, To undertake preliminary assessments that identify the health, wellbeing and safety needs of participants involved, and that identify both the capacity and constraints of the families to participate in processes relating to Bugmy Making referral/s, completing timely and relevant follow up Entering data onto the electronic system and creating a paper file Ongoing communication with key stakeholders To work collaboratively with both internal and external partners/stakeholders Liaise with internal and external programs in relation to capacity, referrals and other program information. WORK HEALTH & SAFETY (WHS) Deadly Connections is committed to ensuring the workplace health and safety of its employees, clients and visitors. In achieving and maintaining workplace health and safety, Deadly Connections will apply best practice in WHS in accordance with statutory obligations at all times. All Deadly Connections employees, contractors and volunteers are required to: take reasonable care for their own health and safety and for that of others in the workplace by working in accordance with legislative requirements and the company’s WHS policies and procedures take reasonable care their actions or omissions do not adversely affect the health and safety of themselves and other cooperate with any reasonable directions, policies and procedures relating to health and safety in the workplace report all injuries, illness or ‘near misses’ to their Supervisor or Manager participate in relevant health and safety training based on roles and responsibilities as required, participate in the development and implementation of specific OHS hazard and risk management strategies. In addition to the above, positions with supervision or management responsibility are required to ensure a safe and healthy work environment for all employees, clients, contractors and visitors. This can be achieved by ensuring all people are aware of and have access to WHS policies, procedures, training and reporting systems. Program Specific Responsibilities: Apply decolonising models of intensive support which places culture at the centre of all support provided Encourage and facilitate connection to culture, family, community, country Encourage positive contact with stakeholders, and Justice (DCJ), act as a support for participants during their incarceration and Court processes Undertake assessment and intake processes, including interviews, explanation of safety procedures, and limits of confidentiality Organise and implement a safe and appropriate environment, and processes for participants that engage in a culturally safe, calming and positive manner. Other Service Delivery Responsibilities: Maintain confidentiality and duty of care, including identification of challenges within the family unit Maintenance of appropriate files and case notes as per organisational policies and procedures Meet legislative and funding requirements A commitment to supervision and professional development A commitment to supporting families to reduce the incidences of school suspension and increase school engagement and wellbeing of the program participants. Administrative Responsibilities: Maintain computer based diary management system to enable effective and informed client and agency meetings At times, assist with other aspects of the program including but not limited to; the provision of administrative duties, which may include reception, telephone, resource filing and general office duties Organisational Responsibilities: Adhere to the Code of Conduct in a manner that is consistent with both its spirit and intent Adhere to all organisational policies, procedures, standards and practices To act only in ways that advances Deadly Connections objectives, values and reputation To act with honesty, integrity, transparency and good faith at all times To raise any issues or concerns in a manner consistent with Deadly Connections complaints and grievance processes Other duties, consistent with skills and experience, as directed by the reporting manager. A relevant tertiary qualification in Social Work or its equivalent and/or significant experience, skills or expertise in working with children/families who experience significant risk/vulnerability Demonstrated ability to use a range of active engagement strategies with vulnerable and atrisk participants, children, young people and their families, and be flexible and creative in meeting their needs An understanding of the social context of child abuse, past traumas and neglect, and experience in using current theoretical approaches to support positive outcomes Sound understanding of the justice system, child protection and welfare system, and experience in collaboration with a range of professionals in a care team approach. Experience in conducting culturally responsive risk and needs assessments Excellent written and verbal communication, time management and organisational skills. Ability to advocate, negotiate and problem solve Program development/management experience/knowledge Knowledge of and/or experience in case management, referral and advocacy Demonstrated knowledge of or experience in group activities and mentoring Understanding of the community’s cultural diversity and ability to practice with cultural competence and safety Ability to partake in reflective practice and to be self-directed. Desirable skills, knowledge, and experience Skills in the delivery of knowledge of Aboriginal culture, substance abuse, child protection, early years, family violence, therapeutic interventions and/or mental health will be an advantage. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION All offers of employment at Deadly Connections are subject to a six-month probationary period. The staff member will be asked to participate in an annual performance review linked to objectives set out for the position. All offers of employment are subject to full disclosure of any criminal histories, a Criminal History Check (if required), a current Driver’s License and an Employment Working with Children Check prior to commencement (if applicable). Please email applications to careersdeadlyconnections.org.au or apply via Ethical Jobs J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarDeadly Connections
Business Analyst Virtual Experience » Australia - In this virtual experience you will be given the opportunity to demonstrate and sharpen the skills required to be a Graduate undertaking a Business Analyst rotation in MECCA’s eCommerce team. Opportunity details Opportunity Type Virtual Experience Accepting International Applications Yes Qualifications Accepted B Accounting Commerce Finance Business Business Administration International Business Management Project Management Event Management Economics Human Resources Hospitality Management Tourism Marketing & Advertising Public Relations Transport, Logistics & Procurement C Communication Fashion Design Film & TV Fine Arts Graphic Design & Visual Arts Creative Writing Journalism Music Performing Arts Photography Creative Arts (all other) E Air Traffic Control Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Aircraft Operation & Aviation Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering & Construction Communications Engineering Electrical & Electronic Engineering Environmental Engineering Fire & Safety Engineering Geomatic Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Mathematics & Statistics Mechanical Engineering Renewable Energy Engineering Robotics & Mechatronics Engineering Engineering & Mathematics (all other) F Beauty Therapy H Geography Classics Criminology International Development Peace & Conflict Refugees & Forced Migration Archaeology History International Studies Modern Languages Literature Translating & Interpreting Philosophy Political Science Public Administration Theology & Comparative Religion Humanities (all other) Social Science (all other) Liberal Arts I Bioinformatics Computer Graphics & Animation Computer Science (all other) Computer Systems and Networks Cyber Security Data Science Programming & Software Engineering Video Game Development Design & User Experience L Justice & Law Enforcement Commercial Law Constitutional Law Criminal Law Family Law International Law Tax Law Legal Studies M Audiology Biomedical Science Chiropractic & Osteopathy Exercise & Sports Science Health Administration General Practice Medical Administration Obstetrics & Gynaecology Occupational & Environmental Medicine Ophthalmology Paediatrics & Child Health Palliative Medicine Pathology Public Health Medicine Radiation Oncology Radiology Surgery Naturopathy, Acupuncture & Complementary Medicine Welcome to MECCA’s Graduate Rotation (Business Analyst) Virtual Experience. MECCA’s eCommerce team is abuzz with opportunity - with the aim of growing our online eCommerce sites to world-leading online beauty platforms, the eCommerce team looks after our online sites from end-to-end, including product merchandise, to the content on our websites, to digital marketing, and site improvements. Our eCommerce team is a fast-paced, agile, clever, and welcoming group. Why should you do this? This Virtual Experience Program is self-paced andshould take only 2.5 to 5 hoursto complete. This Virtual Experience Program is free for all students. When you complete the Virtual Experience Program, you’ll earn a digital badge and certificate you can share on Linkedin and include on your resume. Throughout the program, you’ll learn and develop deep insights into what it is actually like to work as a business at MECCA Brands.Apply your business knowledge to a real-world problem & gain practical experience and knowledge to draw upon in interviews. What skills will I gain? Scoping the piece of work, including drafting questions for the business and technical teams Designing how the process would work for guest users Developing metrics to measure the success of the feature Devising ideas to extend the feature in the future What you will do? Module 1: Scoping The Work (1 - 2 hours) Draft questions for the business and technical teams in order to scope the project. Module 2: Process Design (30 minutes - 1 hour) Design how the process should work for guest users. Module 3: Measuring Success (30 minutes - 1 hour) To make sure the recommendations we’ve proposed are working, we’ll need to develop metrics to measure the success of the feature. Module 4: Ideation (30 minutes - 1 hour) Ideate and come up with ideas to extend the feature in the future. Ready to get started? Click Register to begin. Hiring criteria You should have or be completing the following to apply for this opportunity. Entry pathway Degree or Certificate Study Field B Accounting Commerce Finance Business Business Administration International Business Management Project Management Economics Human Resources Hospitality Management Tourism C Communication Fashion Design Film & TV Fine Arts Graphic Design & Visual Arts Creative Writing Journalism F Beauty Therapy E Air Traffic Control Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Aircraft Operation & Aviation Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering & Construction Communications Engineering Electrical & Electronic Engineering H Geography Classics Criminology International Development Peace & Conflict Refugees & Forced Migration Archaeology History International Studies I Bioinformatics Computer Graphics & Animation Computer Science (all other) Computer Systems and Networks Cyber Security Work rights The opportunity is available to applicants in any of the following categories. country eligibility Australia Australian Permanent Resident Australian Student Visa Australian Temporary Work Visa Visa Sponsorship Included Graduate Success Stories Graduate stories Experiences and aspirations outside of your career are important and you should put time towards making them happen as you would your work goals. Experiences and aspirations outside of your career are important and you should put time towards making them happen as you would your work goals. Experiences and aspirations outside of your career are important and you should put time towards making them happen as you would your work goals. Experiences and aspirations outside of your career are important and you should put time towards making them happen as you would your work goals. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarQueensland Tertiary Admissions Centre
Media Management Administrator » Australia - Apply now Job no: 493362 Work type: Fixed Term - Part Time, Part time Location: Wollongong Departments: Administration About us: The WIN Television Network is Australia’s largest commercial television network, committed to providing first-class entertainment and news services to around six million viewers across Australia.The WIN Network is a diverse media and entertainment group with television as the core business, and other business interests in radio, film and television production, telecommunications and specialist engineering . About the role: We are currently seeking an enthusiastic Administrator to join our team in the Media Management department in our Wollongong office on a 12 month Fixed Term Parental Leave relief role. This is a Part Time Contract, working 3 days a week from the hours of 9am to 5.30pm. This is a unique role to the industry and full on-the-job training will be provided.You will be responsible for the preparation and coordination required to create the daily television program/commercial run-down (on-air traffic log). The tasks involved in this function include completing the daily telecast schedule, managing the commercial airtime and associated material, as well as actioning discrepancy reports. You will perform general office duties, and work closely with other departments, most notably providing an efficient and reliable service to the Sales and Operations teams. About you: To be the successful candidate, you will have: Administration experience with great prioritising skills The ability to work as part of a team, bringing with you a positive attitude Great attention to detail Your attitude far outweighs our requirement for experience. The core to our success and the experience that our clients receive is our number one priority. This role suits an ambitious, hardworking individual who is looking for a career path. What we can offer you: At the WIN Network, we value our employees by offering a vast and varied array of benefits. When you join our organisation, you can expect: Access to an Employee Assistance Program for you and your family Exclusive offers on your favourite retail brands and travel sites Access to LifeWorks - LIFT; an online fitness program you can access anytime If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, we would love to hear from you For further information about the role, or for a confidential discussion, please do not hesitate to reach out to our People and Culture team at recruitwincorp.com.au . The WIN Network reserves the right to commence and/or conclude the recruitment process of this position, prior to the closing date of this advertisement. All staff employed by the WIN Network must hold valid Australian working rights. WIN Network is an equal opportunity employer. Advertised: 15 Feb 2024 AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close: We are currently seeking an enthusiastic Administrator to join our team in the Media Management department in our Wollongong office on a 12 month Fixed Term Parental Leave relief role. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic Administrator to join our team in the Media Management department in our Wollongong office on a 12 month Fixed Term Parental Leave relief role. A Current Affair covers the realms of politics, crime, human rights, science, technology, celebrities and entertainment - all investigated by a dedicated team. RBT Follow the police units for a unique behind-the-scenes look at RBT patrols testing for alcohol and drug affected drivers. Emergency A look inside The Royal Melbourne Hospital and the healthcare workers saving lives and helping the sick and injured on the frontlines of one of Australia's busiest hospitals. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarWIN Television Network
Executive Officer (Expression of Interest) » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Executive Officer (Expression of Interest) Canberra ACT Expression of Interest As an Executive Officer within our Federal Government, you will play a pivotal role in supporting high-level executives in the efficient execution of their duties. This position demands a proactive and detail-oriented individual capable of managing diverse responsibilities with precision and discretion. Key Responsibilities: Strategic Planning: Assist in the development and implementation of strategic initiatives, ensuring alignment with government objectives. Project Management: Oversee and coordinate projects, from initiation to completion, ensuring deadlines and objectives are met. Policy Analysis: Conduct thorough research and analysis on policy matters, providing valuable insights to support decision-making processes. Communication: Draft and edit official correspondence, reports, and presentations, maintaining a high standard of clarity and professionalism. Meeting Coordination: Facilitate high-level meetings, including preparation of agendas, documentation, and follow-up on action items. Stakeholder Engagement: Build and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders to ensure effective collaboration. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Political Science, Business, or a related field. Advanced degrees are desirable. Proven experience in a comparable role within the public sector or relevant industry. Strong project management skills, with the ability to handle multiple tasks concurrently. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Proficiency in MS Office Suite; familiarity with government-specific software is advantageous. Attributes: Analytical Thinking: Ability to analyse complex issues and provide strategic solutions. Leadership: Demonstrate initiative and the ability to lead projects independently. Collaboration: Work effectively in a team-oriented environment, fostering positive relationships with colleagues. Adaptability: Thrive in a dynamic work environment and adapt to changing priorities. If you are ready to contribute your skills and commitment to the vital work of our Federal Government, we invite you to submit your Expression of Interest. Please send your resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience to Jess at Jesselliottgray.com.au or phone me on 0422 234 365 . Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years' experience do you have as an Executive Officer? Do you hold Australian Security Clearance? Reviews from people working in the industry J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarElliott Gray
Project Coordinator - Walalakoo Aboriginal Corporation » Willare, West Kimberley - Project Coordinator - Walalakoo Aboriginal Corporation Walalakoo Aboriginal Corporation, based in Derby, is a prominent organisation representing the Nyikina Mangala people of the Kimberley region in Western Australia. Our vision is to be a self-sufficient organisation that adopts the world's best practice in environmental and agricultural sustainability and provides social and material prosperity to Nyikina Mangala communities. We are seeking a Project Coordinator to work in our office in Broome or Derby. Tasks & responsibilities Lead the planning, execution, and completion of complex projects while considering social, legal, community and political aspects. Manage relations with key project stakeholders, including Walalakoo members and Traditional Owners, industry, and government. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with Nyikina Mangala people and other Aboriginal people in the Kimberley region, working in a way that is respectful of cultural heritage and values. Manage external consultants, ensuring contractual obligations and standards are met. Develop project work plans and budgets, ensuring efficient resource allocation and cost-effective project execution. Qualifications & experience Tertiary qualification in a related field preferred (e.g., Political Science, Public Administration, Project Management). Exceptional organisational and multitasking skills demonstrated in an office environment. Minimum 3 years working in an Aboriginal organisation. HOW TO APPLY Click onto the pink " Quick Apply " button. Upload a copy of your current resume and cover letter introducing yourself and how your skills and experience are a good fit for the role. APPLICATIONS TO BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN SUNDAY MARCH 24, 2024 Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarKRED Enterprises
Associate, Domain Expert (Asia) » Australia - See yourself at Dataminr Dataminr’s Domain Experts are an essential component of our company’s success - ensuring the alerts we send to our clients are of the best possible quality and making Dataminr’s AI platform more advanced. As a Domain Expert, you will monitor and analyse our data feeds and annotate, label and edit signals in real time. You will be an integral part of our algorithm training process and our advanced real-time human-AI feedback loop that integrates key knowledge domains into our AI models. As a Domain Expert, you will also play a key role in defining new factors to improve our alerts, data source coverage, machine learning and AI models. This is an in-person or remote position. It requires the ability to work 10:00am - 6:00pm AEDT or 8:00am - 4:00pm AEST depending on the time of year. Please note that this role requires rotational weekend work as well as projects and meetings outside of business hours. At Dataminr, we are creating a team of talented builders, creators and visionaries to have a real-world impact on how organizations respond to fast-emerging events as they unfold. We are over 600 talented individuals, spanning seven global offices, united by our passion to use AI for the greater good and be agents of positive change in our company and in our communities. We offer a competitive benefits package aimed at keeping you healthy and happy: Comprehensive medical, dental and vision insurance plan options for employees domestic partners and their dependents Generous PTO, flexible sick days and remote working options Paid parental leave and family forming benefits Mental health benefits and support Company equity (RSUs) At Dataminr, we serve a global community made up of many cultures and strive to reflect the diversity of the world in which we live. We stand for social justice and we lead with empathy. We foster a culture of allyship, standing up for those who face systemic barriers to equality. We actively condemn racism and discrimination in any form. We believe our differences give us strength. Our employees are empowered to be their best, authentic selves through various opportunities, such as our robust employee resource group (ERG) network, learning and development funds, and more. The opportunity Monitor and analyse the quality of our data feeds Own and develop breaking news and politics-focused projects to improve our AI models Regularly conduct QA of data feeds to ensure quality standards and elevate any software issues to our product and engineering teams Make real-time decisions with incomplete data Work with multiple stakeholders across all offices to support region-specific training Collaborate on and communicate about daily priorities in a team-centric environment What you bring At Dataminr, we value you for who you are. We encourage you to apply for this role, even if you don't meet every qualification. Our candidates are reviewed on the basis of their skill and potential to succeed. Bachelor's degree required; ideally with a concentration in: Economics, International Relations, Asia Studies, Communications/PR, Political Science, or a closely related field strongly preferred Deep understanding of geopolitical and risk issues that affect east and southeast Asia Ability to monitor and analyse data with strong online research skills in a fast-paced environment in English; the ability to read and understand Japanese, Mandarin, Korean or other east or southeast Asian language preferred Adaptable, innovative and able to juggle multiple competing priorities in evolving scenarios Passion for breaking news, current world events, technology, complimented with a strong understanding of both social media and publicly-available data Ability to work both collaboratively and independently within a team LI-SA LI-REMOTE About Dataminr Dataminr, the world’s leading real-time information discovery platform, delivers the earliest warnings on high-impact events, emerging risks and other critical business information far in advance of other sources. Recognized as one of the world’s leading AI businesses, Dataminr enables faster response, more effective risk mitigation and stronger crisis management for public and private sector organizations spanning global corporations, first responders, NGOs and newsrooms. Most recently valued at $4.1B, Dataminr serves more than two-thirds of the Fortune 50 and half of the Fortune 100 companies and over 650 newsrooms worldwide. Dataminr is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Individuals seeking employment at Dataminr are considered without regards to race, sex, colour, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetics, marital status, pregnancy, unemployment status, sexual orientation, citizenship status or veteran status. Dataminr will collect and process your personal data. All personal data will be processed in accordance with Dataminr's data privacy notice available here: https://www.dataminr.com/privacy-policy and applicable data protection laws. By providing your details and applying via our careers website, you acknowledge that you have read our data privacy notice. If you have any queries, please contact the People Team at hrdataminr.com or our Legal department at legaldataminr.com. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarDataminr
Pricing Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - About the role At Novartis, we are proud to have positively impacted the lives of 2.8 million people in Australia and New Zealand through our innovative medicines. Our market access team plays a crucial role in ensuring that patients have access to these life-changing therapies. We are currently looking for an experienced Pricing Manager to join our team and contribute to our mission of bringing innovative therapies to patients. In this role, you will have the opportunity to work with cutting-edge treatments in immunology, oncology, haematology, gene therapy, and cardiovascular disease. As a Pricing Manager, your expertise in pricing and reimbursement models will be invaluable. You will be responsible for developing financial estimates, including preparing PBAC submissions and managing pricing issues. Your contribution will be vital in supporting the local and international development and commercialization of our current and future products. Joining our highly successful and dynamic market access team, you will be part of a group that is dedicated to delivering value to patients while ensuring quick access to our therapies in Australia. Your work will directly impact patient lives, helping them lead healthier and more productive lives. If you are passionate about making a difference and have the necessary experience in pricing and reimbursement, we invite you to join our team and contribute to our mission of improving patient outcomes. Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Work with the broader HE team to lead the development of Financial Estimates included in PBAC submissions in collaboration with Strategic Planning and Brand/DPT teams. • Develop and manage the early development of financial estimates and identify data gaps and areas of financial uncertainty for all Novartis pipeline products. • To assist in the preparation of additional related reimbursement applications (eg hospital and private health insurance formularies) as the need arises. • Provide input for pricing strategy for all products across the product lifecycle. • Provide submissions to global Pricing and Market Access to support business case in collaboration with the Integrated Brand team and marketing as required. • Proactively seek competitor intelligence, track competitor/global pricing and provide analytical support to predict price changes. • Help to facilitate the development of pricing systems and analytical tools, which ensure efficiency, product profitability and financial risk assessment. • Provide assessment to leadership team of the impact of government pricing policies and the possible impact on Novartis. • Guide Novartis input into industry-wide pricing policy and agreements. • Maintain a positive relationship with the Department of Health. Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion: We are committed to building an outstanding, inclusive work environment and diverse teams representative of the patients and communities we serve. Role Requirements What you will bring to the role: • Undergraduate Qualifications in Economics, Science, Business or Politics. • Ideally, post graduate studies in health economics, public policy, economics or MBA. • Extensive experience in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industries. • Proven ability to analyse complex issues and develop forecasting models, coupled with advanced excel skills. • High degree of accuracy and organisational skills with attention to detail. • Experience in the analysis and interpretation of data, including report writing, is essential. • Ability to work collaboratively with a large group of stakeholders to achieve common goals. • Ability to explain complicated pricing concepts to leadership and international audiences. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarHealthcare Businesswomen’s Association
Sr Legislative Affairs Consultant » Australia - Compeer Financial is seeking collaborative, innovative and dynamic professionals to be a part of our Top Workplace culture Tell me more about this opportunity. Position Overview: This position works closely with the VP Legislative Affairs to influence legislation and regulations at the federal and state level impacting the organizations operations, marketplace, and client success. Essential Functions: Works with the VP Legislative Affairs to represent the interests of Compeer Financial in Washington, DC; St. Paul, MN; Madison, WI and Springfield, IL. Maintains contacts with legislators, federal and state executive branch officials and staff, as well as key Farm Credit, farm, commodity, and other stakeholder organizations. Researches, analyzes and monitors legislative developments of importance to Compeer and Farm Credit. Facilitates the development of public policy priorities for Compeer on legislative and re gulatory (USDA) issues. Collaborates with the VP Legislative Affairs, appraises the CEO, Executive Leadership Team, Senior Leaders, and Board of Directors as appropriate of political and legislative developments that may impact Farm Credit System institutions in general, and Compeer in particular. Assist VP Legislative Affairs in providing in-person, virtual, and written policy briefings and updates to team members, leaders, and Board of Directors Legislative Committee. Maintains effective relationships with key federal and state agriculture, agribusiness, Farm Credit Council and other Farm Credit organizations. Assists in building and maintaining relationships with congressional delegations and staff, USDA national and state offices, as well as state legislators/officials and their staff. Minimum Qualifications & Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, political science or government related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to perform the essential functions of the job. Master’s degree in government or public administration preferred. Minimum of 7 years of progressively responsible experience in legislative affairs and in the formulation and execution of legislative affairs and strategies. Special knowledge required of federal agriculture public policy, and the Farm Credit system as well as an understanding of governmental processes – in particular the rules, procedures and dynamics of Congress, the Executive branch, and USDA regulatory processes. Knowledge of federal and state (Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin) laws, regulations and compliance requirements specific to agriculture, the financial industry and Farm Credit. Strong communication and interpersonal skills with a high degree of tact and diplomacy, as well as a broad network of contacts. Ability to analyze and summarize legislation and regulations for their impact on Compeer and its clients. Knowledge of campaign finance law, as well as regulations governing the operation of Political Action Committees. Ability to manage moderate to complex and often highly confidential situations. Strong organizational, negotiation, conflict resolution, problem solving and project management skills. Strong listening, written and verbal communication skills, with ability to communicate at all levels of the organization. Skill in developing and maintaining interpersonal relationships. High level of integrity. Strong computer skills, including MS Office applications and customer relationship management (CRM) programs. Strong analytical skills with attention to detail. Flexible and adaptable to changing situations. Ability to remain objective in balancing business needs and risk. Ability to work independent ly and collaboratively with other teams to achieve goals and represent the business. Valid driver’s license. Who is Compeer Financial? Compeer Financial exists to champion the hopes and dreams of rural America. By joining our team, you will help empower those in agriculture and rural communities to achieve their goals and expand their possibilities. We embrace business agility and innovative approaches to serving our clients and communities. Why join our team? Amazing team members who are passionate about serving agriculture and rural America. Investment in our team members’ education, growth and development. Engagement in our communities through giving back and volunteerism. Flexible, collaborative and dynamic work environment. 401K (3% Compeer contribution & up to an additional 6% match) Paid time off (vacation, sick leave, holidays, volunteer time) Find out why our team members choose Compeer Financial by watchingthis video . Compeer Financial is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Stand Up for Agriculture Sign up to help Farm Credit advocate for issues important to farmers, ranchers and the rural communities they call home. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarFarm Credit Services
Cultural heritage advisor environmental corporate affairs » Perth CBD, Perth - NES Fircroft are working with Woodside Energy seeking an experienced Cultural Heritage Advisor (Environmental Plans) – Corporate Affairs to join their team. Start Date: ASAP Working Location: Perth CBD or Karratha, Western Australia Roster: Monday to Friday Working Hours: 7.5 hour working days, WFH flexibility Contract Length: 12 month contract Pay Rate: Negotiable About The Role An exciting opportunity has become available to join us as the Cultural Heritage Advisor on a 12-month contract basis. This position will be responsible for inputting and reviewing cultural heritage material for environmental plans, specifically providing cultural heritage inputs into environment plans; assessing and articulating cultural values in records of consultation; and assessing and developing controls for identified cultural values. Working at the direction of the Manager Global Heritage and alongside multi-disciplinary teams, this role will work closely with the Environment and Corporate Affairs environment plan teams to ensure timely delivery of cultural heritage content into environment plans. Duties & Responsibilities Understanding of First Nations/Cultural Heritage concepts, values and terminology. Familiar with industry heritage practice, including the Burra Charter Responsible for reviewing, synthesising, and interpreting cultural heritage information. Responsible for developing control measures to manage cultural features and heritage values, including creative problem solving. Corporate Affairs deliverables: Summarising cultural heritage information for inclusion in environment plans to meet regulatory standards. Articulating specialist heritage concepts for non-specialist audiences. Reviewing, synthesising and interpreting cultural heritage information from consultation records. Developing control measures to manage cultural features and heritage values, including creative problem solving. Government advocacy and compliance with regulatory requirements. Skills & Experience At least 3 years of cultural heritage, corporate affairs or First Nations related experience. Bachelor degree in communications, archaeology, anthropology, political science, legal or related fields. Awareness of Australian First Nations communities and culture. Understanding of community issues that interface with Woodside’s business. Demonstrated ability as a team player, enabler and ability to work independently and within a diverse team. Preparedness to drive outcomes in support of overall development milestones. Demonstrated ability to apply initiative and innovation to work activities. Strong written and verbal skills BH ID 260118 If Interested Please Apply Or Contact Jasmine Albert Recruitment Consultant NES Fircroft Email: jasmine.albertnesfircroft.com With over 90 years' combined experience, NES Fircroft (NES) is proud to be the world's leading engineering staffing provider spanning the Oil & Gas, Power & Renewables, Chemicals, Construction & Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Mining and Manufacturing sectors worldwide. With more than 80 offices in 45 countries, we are able to provide our clients with the engineering and technical expertise they need, wherever and whenever it is needed. We offer contractors far more than a traditional recruitment service, supporting with everything from securing visas and work permits, to providing market-leading benefits packages and accommodation, ensuring they are safely and compliantly able to support our clients. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarNES Fircroft
Pricing Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - At Novartis, we are proud to have positively impacted the lives of 2.8 million people in Australia and New Zealand through our innovative medicines. Our market access team plays a crucial role in ensuring that patients have access to these life-changing therapies. We are currently looking for an experienced Pricing Manager to join our team and contribute to our mission of bringing innovative therapies to patients. In this role, you will have the opportunity to work with cutting-edge treatments in immunology, oncology, haematology, gene therapy, and cardiovascular disease. As a Pricing Manager, your expertise in pricing and reimbursement models will be invaluable. You will be responsible for developing financial estimates, including preparing PBAC submissions and managing pricing issues. Your contribution will be vital in supporting the local and international development and commercialization of our current and future products. Joining our highly successful and dynamic market access team, you will be part of a group that is dedicated to delivering value to patients while ensuring quick access to our therapies in Australia. Your work will directly impact patient lives, helping them lead healthier and more productive lives. If you are passionate about making a difference and have the necessary experience in pricing and reimbursement, we invite you to join our team and contribute to our mission of improving patient outcomes. Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Work with the broader HE team to lead the development of Financial Estimates included in PBAC submissions in collaboration with Strategic Planning and Brand/DPT teams. • Develop and manage the early development of financial estimates and identify data gaps and areas of financial uncertainty for all Novartis pipeline products. • To assist in the preparation of additional related reimbursement applications (eg hospital and private health insurance formularies) as the need arises. • Provide input for pricing strategy for all products across the product lifecycle. • Provide submissions to global Pricing and Market Access to support business case in collaboration with the Integrated Brand team and marketing as required. • Proactively seek competitor intelligence, track competitor/global pricing and provide analytical support to predict price changes. • Help to facilitate the development of pricing systems and analytical tools, which ensure efficiency, product profitability and financial risk assessment. • Provide assessment to leadership team of the impact of government pricing policies and the possible impact on Novartis. • Guide Novartis input into industry-wide pricing policy and agreements. • Maintain a positive relationship with the Department of Health. Diversity & Inclusion / EEO We are committed to building an outstanding, inclusive work environment and diverse teams representative of the patients and communities we serve. Role Requirements What you will bring to the role: • Undergraduate Qualifications in Economics, Science, Business or Politics. • Ideally, post graduate studies in health economics, public policy, economics or MBA. • Extensive experience in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industries. • Proven ability to analyse complex issues and develop forecasting models, coupled with advanced excel skills. • High degree of accuracy and organisational skills with attention to detail. • Experience in the analysis and interpretation of data, including report writing, is essential. • Ability to work collaboratively with a large group of stakeholders to achieve common goals. • Ability to explain complicated pricing concepts to leadership and international audiences. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarNovartis Farmacéutica
Manager Policy and Strategy » Mackay Region, Queensland - Play a crucial role in developing and delivering Mind’s policy agendas and organisation plans for the inclusion of people with mental health illness, through building coalitions and designing and managing campaigns and agendas. Permanent | Full Time (4 days per week considered) Hybrid – Mind corporate office in Burnley & WFH Mind strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people with a lived or living experience of mental ill health and recovery, and applicants from all cultures, genders, sexualities, bodies, abilities, spiritualities, ages and backgrounds. Mind Australia is one of the country’s leading community-managed specialist mental health service providers with a range of residential, mobile outreach, centre based and online services. We have been supporting people living with the day-to-day impacts of mental illness, as well as their families, friends and carers for over 45 years. We provide practical and motivational support that helps people to develop the skills they need to move on, thrive and improve the quality of their lives. It’s an approach to mental health and wellbeing that looks at the whole person in the context of their daily life. Mind is committed to diversity and social inclusion. About the role The Research, Advocacy & Policy Development division has a national focus providing strategic and operational leadership for investment in research and evaluation, business development, clinical governance, policy development and advocacy. In line with a growth strategy, Research, Advocacy & Policy Development is responsible for developing and delivering on Mind’s strategic goals for advocacy, social change and contributing to a better, stronger Australian mental health system. The Practice, Quality and Service Design business unit aims to understand the impact of mental ill health on people’s lives to ensure that organisational systems, processes, policies, practice and service design embed approaches and attitudes that support the cultural safety, access and engagement of people who are employed, use or benefit from services. We are seeking a highly motivated, experienced Manager Policy and Strategy for a permanent, full-time opportunity (part time options may be considered). In this position, you will play a key role in developing and delivering on Mind’s policy agenda and developing the whole of organisation strategic and operational plans. Working closely with the Executive Director Research, Advocacy and Policy Development, the position provides expert analysis and advice to inform Mind’s advocacy function, and contributes to the development of positions, submissions and briefings. Key responsibilities Provide timely and reliable advice on the implications of new and existing government policy frameworks relevant to Mind’s priorities for mental health and psychosocial disability In collaboration with the Executive Director, prepare and present high level documentations and represent Mind as an industry leader. Work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders and partners – including government and funding partners - to ensure high levels of engagement in, and achievement of objectives for, campaigns and other influencing activities. Lead and supervise staff, providing support and setting clear direction and expectations. Work within approved budget, and prepare and submit all reporting in relation to the program including advice, updates, insights and analysis to relevant groups including Executive and Board. What you’ll bring Tertiary qualifications in Political Science, Social Policy, Public Health, Human Services or other related field. Post-graduate tertiary qualifications in a relevant field is desirable. Demonstrated experience in strategy development and leading the implementation of campaigns. Demonstrated effectiveness in influencing for policy or system change on health, social justice or other public benefit issue. Strong stakeholder engagement and management skills and the ability to exercise diplomacy and confidentiality whilst influencing others. A lived experience of mental ill health and recovery or experience caring for a person with mental ill health is desirable. Benefits Salary packaging up to $15,899 p.a. allows you to allocate a portion of your pre-tax income to cover living expenses (e.g. rent, mortgage, child care, car leasing expenses etc.) Option to access Meal and Entertainment allowance up to $2,650 p.a. via Salary Packaging. 6 Manager Days Off per annum (pro-rata if part time). Generous leave entitlements including 17.5% annual leave loading. Learning, development and career opportunities. Hybrid work options. Interested? To obtain a position description and apply online visit Mind Careers - reference number 494805. Online applications must be submitted by 11pm Tuesday 12 March 2024 . Please contact the person below for more information. Nicola Ballenden, Executive Director Research, Advocacy & Policy Development Nicola.Ballendenmindaustralia.org.au The successful applicant is required to complete comprehensive reference and background checking prior to employment, including a Working with Children Check, NDIS Workers Screening Check and the ability to obtain vaccinations against COVID-19. PD Manager Policy and Strategy (RAPD) 20240213.pdf J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarMind Australia Limited
Head of Policy and Public Affairs - Remote » Barton, South Canberra - Permanent, full-time role (4 days a week could be accommodated) Location: Ideally, Canberra, ACT however role can be performed primarily from home A flexible, friendly and supportive culture Competitive salary on offer, coupled with not-for-profit salary packaging eligibility. About Us RCA is a charity whose purpose is to improve the lives and health outcomes of Australians living with rare and less common (RLC) cancers. RCA has a number of key areas of focus: Creating a Patient Community, Advocacy, Patient Support Programs, Fundraising, Treatment and research along with Early Diagnosis. Today, RCA is a trusted voice on best practice patient support across the Asia Pacific region, actively supporting over 600 Australians living with a rare, complex, or less common cancer at any one time. Our team of qualified and experienced professionals understand the life-giving power that comes from knowing someone is in your corner. Someone who genuinely cares, is willing to listen, and doesn’t have all the answers but will walk beside you every day until we find them together. The RCA Team assists people from all over Australia (nationwide) to navigate their cancer journey. Many of our patients, following their initial shock diagnosis, have little knowledge of their disease and what treatment is available. Our patients can come to us from all socio-economic backgrounds and age brackets and are referred either by social workers, Doctors, oncologists or word of mouth. You can view an informative video with more about what we do at RCA here: https://youtu.be/cuNn3N0vP4M?sipuQZMHQ4AhLspcxo Benefits On offer is an ongoing role, work from home with the option to work full time or four days per week, and if part-time, the spread of hours over the working week can be flexible. Our employees can also sacrifice up to $18,500 annually from their salary in general and entertainment expenses. Due to the nature of the work and location of major stakeholders, candidates will ideally be located in Canberra or surrounding areas, however the role can primarily work from home. Rare Cancers Australia is a flexible, equal-opportunity employer. We are a growing organisation with a professional, friendly and supportive team. We have a genuine, caring and positive culture and working environment and provide access to career development opportunities. About the opportunity We seek an enthusiastic, experienced senior policy and public affairs professional to join our team who will be responsible for the following: Lead the development and implementation of RCA's policy priorities, working closely with stakeholders, including government bodies, healthcare professionals, patient advocacy groups, and industry partners. Advocate for policy reforms and initiatives that improve access to care, treatment options, and support services for individuals with rare cancers. Cultivate relationships with key government officials, policymakers, and relevant stakeholders. Represent RCA in meetings, consultations, and public forums to articulate the needs and perspectives of rare cancer patients and drive positive change at the national and state levels. Support RCA’s Head of Strategic Communications in developing and executing strategic communications plans to raise awareness of rare cancers, RCA's mission, and key advocacy priorities. Act as a Media Spokesperson for RCA and represent the organisation at public events/forums as required- second to the CEO. Stay abreast of emerging issues, trends, and developments in healthcare policy, oncology, and rare diseases. Conduct research, analysis, and data-driven advocacy to inform RCA's policy positions, campaigns, and initiatives. Collaborate with internal teams, external partners, and relevant stakeholders to leverage resources, expertise, and networks to support RCA's advocacy efforts. Engage with other patient advocacy organisations, medical professionals, researchers, and industry stakeholders to foster collaboration and maximise impact. Oversee the development and execution of work plans, projects, and initiatives, ensuring alignment with organisational strategy, goals and priorities. Set and manage project and departmental budgets. About You We seek a highly accomplished senior policy and public affairs professional passionate about the organisation's mission and a commitment to positively supporting people with rare and less common cancers. You will have a positive attitude and approach that reflect RCA’s missions and values and be enthusiastic, energetic and highly motivated. With highly effective financial skills and the ability to maintain positive stakeholder engagements to deliver results, ideal candidates will have the following skills and experience: Tertiary qualifications in public policy, political science, communications, public health, or a related field are required (with postgraduate qualifications being highly regarded). A demonstrated track record of achievement in policy development, advocacy, and public affairs, preferably within the healthcare, patient advocacy, or nonprofit sector. Strong understanding of healthcare policy, regulatory frameworks, and the legislative process, particularly regarding cancer care, rare diseases, and access to treatment. Excellent communication skills, including articulating complex issues clearly and compellingly to diverse audiences through written, verbal, and visual mediums. Proven ability to build and maintain effective relationships with government officials, stakeholders, and the media, with experience in lobbying, public relations, or government affairs preferred. Strategic thinking, analytical skills, and the ability to synthesize information, research findings, and data to inform policy positions, advocacy strategies, and communications campaigns. Travel to our head office in Bowral will also be required occasionally. How to Apply To be considered for this role, applicants must submit a current resume and a cover letter demonstrating their knowledge, skills and experience as relevant to this role. Enquiries regarding this role can be addressed to: peoplerarecancers.org.au If you meet the selection criteria and are interested in contributing to a purposeful employer that values its people and mission, complete the application process by clicking the Apply Button, and we'll be in touch. Please note: We may vary the role title and other aspects of the role in discussion with the successful candidate depending on the experience, skills and experience of the final chosen candidate. We are interested in filling this role as soon as possible, and applicants will be assessed for progression to the next stage of the selection process upon receipt of the application, so please apply ASAP if you are interested in being considered for this role. • Fri, 01 MarRare Cancers Australia
Policy Officer, Economics » Barton, South Canberra - Australia’s peak national farm advocacy body, the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF), represents farmers and, more broadly, agricultural interests across the full spectrum of Australian farm activity. The Role The NFF is seeking a highly motivated individual to fill the full-time position of Policy Officer, Economics. Based in Canberra, the successful applicant will report to the General Manager, Trade & Economics and will be responsible for the provision of high-level project support and policy research, analysis and development support for the NFF. Key Responsibilities include: • Provide high-level policy research, analysis and development support to the General Manager, Trade and Economics, the CEO and other Policy Managers as required. • Undertake research and development on relevant economic policy that drives the development of a sustainable and profitable agricultural sector. • Liaison with internal and external stakeholders to inform policy research and development. Where appropriate, advocate policy positions to internal and external stakeholders to drive policy outcomes. • Provide high-level administrative support for Committees in the Trade and Economics portfolio, ensuring the integrity of the NFF Committee structure and procedures. Key Interactions: You will provide policy advice to internal stakeholders of the NFF including Committee Chairs, elected members from NFF member organisations and other NFF staff. You may be required to advocate NFF’s agreed policy priorities as well as seek and disseminate information for research and policy development with external stakeholders of the NFF including Ministers, Members of Parliament, Senators, departmental staff and other external stakeholders. Key Attributes: The successful candidate will be a highly skilled written and verbal communicator who can effectively engage with stakeholders. You will require strong research and analytical skills to source, review and analyse research papers, policy and legislative proposals and data to assist in responding to key issues within the agricultural industry. You will have completed relevant tertiary education in Economics, Political Science or similar, and have an affinity and good understanding of the Agricultural industry. This is a great opportunity to join a team that will help advance your career. To Apply Please attach your CV plus a covering letter outlining your skills and experience. Applications close at 5:00pm on Wednesday 13 March 2024. • Fri, 01 MarNational Farmers' Federation
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APS5-APS6 Policy, Project and Corporate Services Officers, Indigenous Affirmative Measure » Australia - The Treasury has multiple opportunities for Policy, Project and Corporate Services Officers in Canberra (Ngunnawal and any other associated people or families), Sydney (Gadigal Peoples) and Melbourne (Wurundjeri Peoples) at the APS 5- 6 level. We are seeking collaborative and highly motivated Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people to make a direct impact in the way government develops and implements policies for Australia, as well as those relating to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities. As a Policy, Project and Corporate Services Officer, you will support to anticipate and analyse policy issues with a whole-of-economy perspective, consider and understand government and stakeholder circumstances and respond to changing events and directions. The key duties of the position include Your responsibilities may include: delivering projects or programs, undertaking research, preparing reports and briefings to Treasury Ministers, Cabinet submissions, parliamentary question responses, developing legislative materials, participating in consultation and stakeholder engagement and representing the work area at internal and external forums. Policy, Project and Corporate Services Officer opportunities are available in the following areas: public policy finance, accounting / and budgeting law regulatory / compliance economics, data and statistics information management Corporate (including communications) ICT governance and reform secretariat / executive coordination Desirable Qualifications / Experience: You will have relevant career experience or transferable skills and demonstrate ability to support and engage the future direction of the Treasury. Tertiary qualification(s) in economics, law, business, accounting, finance, public policy, political or data science would be desirable. Desired work experience: • APS Level 6: up to three years' relevant work experience is highly desirable. • APS Level 5: 12-18 months' work experience in a relevant role is highly desirable. • Sat, 24 FebAPS
Research Assistant/Research Fellow, Health Technology Assessment » Parkville, Upper Hunter - Job no: 0061592 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time, Part-time options will be considered by negotiation; Fixed-term for 12 months Faculty: Melbourne School of Global and Population Health; Centre for Health Policy; Melbourne Health Technology and Value Assessment Collaboration (M-VAC) Department/School: Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Salary: Level A – $80,258 – $108,906 p.a. plus 17% super Level B - $114,645 - $136,136 p.a. plus 17% super Contribute to diverse projects involving health technology assessments, economic evaluations, and research in various medical fields Work in a collegial, and supportive team in a specialised field 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 This position with M-VAC will be required work on a variety of projects, particularly focusing on preparing high-quality health technology assessments evaluation reports. The program of work encompasses of a range of projects that may include economic evaluation alongside clinical studies and registries, systematic reviews, meta-anaylses or model-based evaluations of pharmaceuticals and various health interventions. The Research Assistant/Fellow will need to be able to critically appraise clinical evidence and clinical trials, as well as appraising health economics methodologies and conducting cost-effectiveness analysis. This position works within a small, specialised group of evaluators with a strong record of high quality outputs in a rewarding field. Your responsibilities will include: Supporting research activities consistent with the needs of the group and the agreed research program Collaborating with a multi-disciplinary research team and leading discussions with stakeholders Assisting with the preparation of high quality health technology assessment evaluation reports Who We Are Looking For To be successful in this position, you will require a postgraduate qualification in a health-related field with training and experience in the skills critical to health technology assessment, such as systematic review, evidence appraisal, economic evaluation, and budget impact analysis. You should possess strong quantitative skills, and an ability to critique statistical analyses. You will need to be able to work effectively within a small, collaborative, multidisciplinary team, and have an organised approach to work, ensuring you can work to tight deadlines while still maintaining an accurate and high quality output of work. You will also have: An Honours or Masters level qualification in a relevant discipline for a Level A appointment, PhD qualification in a relevant discipline for a Level B appointment. An ability to critically appraise clinical evidence and statistical methodologies and conduct cost-effectiveness analysis's High level communication skills, able to deliver technical information in easy to understand terms 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 – Centre for Health Policy The Centre for Health Policy (formerly Centre for Health Policy Programs and Economic) undertakes evaluations of health policy at international, national, state and local levels. The Centre for Health Policy has four streams: Evaluation and Implementation science, Health economics, Health systems and workforce and Law and Public Health. The centre is multi-disciplinary bring together clinicians, economists, implementation scientists, lawyers, managers, psychologists, sociologists and political scientists. The centre has attracted over $67 million in funding from key granting bodies such as the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australian Research Council (ARC) and from organisations such as Commonwealth and state/territory health departments that fund contract research. The mission of the CHP is to contribute to the health of the community through research, teaching and service relevant to health policy and programs. It aims to achieve this mission by improving the community’s ability to critically evaluate the performance and funding of health policy and health programs. It also includes methodological development, exemplary practice and a varied program of teaching and training. 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 ) ^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 Nick Petersen 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 . Advertised: 19 Feb 2024 12:05 AM AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close: 04 Mar 2024 11:55 PM AUS Eastern Daylight Time • Wed, 21 FebUniversity of Melbourne
Postdoctoral Fellow in Linguistic Processing » Parkville, Upper Hunter - Job no: 0057158 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Fixed-term - 25th March 2024 to 31st March 2025 Faculty: Arts Department/School: School of Languages and Linguistics Salary: Level A – $80,258 - $108,906 p.a. plus 17% super Join a collaborative ARC project exploring word order in Australian Indigenous languages, in partnership with ANU and Uni SA 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 Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join an ARC funded collaborative project investigating language processing in Australian Indigenous languages. The postdoctoral fellow will have the opportunity to be involved in all facets of the research project, including conducting experimental linguistic processing research on selected Indigenous languages of Australia, collaborating on publications, co-ordination of symposia and public outreach where required. Led by Prof Rachel Nordlinger and Prof Evan Kidd (ANU) the project involves collaboration from Prof Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky and Matthias Schlesewsky (University of South Australia), with the opportunity to work closely with the Research Unit for Indigenous Language (https://arts.unimelb.edu.au/indiglang/) within the School of Languages and Linguistics. The role will involve conducting fieldwork in remote Indigenous communities of Australia, and may also involve travel between the University of Melbourne, ANU and the University of South Australia on occasion. Your responsibilities will include: Undertaking high quality research within the overall project, with a particular focus on experimental studies of linguistic processing in the Australian languages Pitjantjatjara and Warlpiri Working with the project leaders on the design of experiments to address project research questions Training PhD students in experimental methodologies as appropriate for the project, and under direction from the project leaders Undertaking fieldwork in remote Indigenous communities of Australia as required to contribute to experimental studies for the project and/or oversee PhD student data collection under direction from project leaders Performing statistical analysis of project data, in collaboration with project leaders Publishing academic papers and other scholarly outputs to a high standard in conjunction with the project leaders Presenting conference/symposium papers on the project findings at appropriate Australian and international forums and contribute to research workshops relating to the project Who We Are Looking For You will have a developing research profile in psycholinguistics and experience in conducting experimental research, analysing datasets using modern statistical approaches, and employing eye-tracking methodologies. You showcase a demonstrated capacity to independently undertake research, as well as collaborate effectively within a team to achieve project objectives and meet deadlines. You have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work across a diverse range of stakeholders and cultural background and translate research findings to a wide range of audiences. You will also have: A completed or near completed PhD in Psycholinguistics (or closely related field) A developing research profile in psycholinguistics Experience conducting experimental research and analysing datasets using up to date statistical approaches Experience in eye-tracking methodologies Expertise in one or more programming languages, e.g. R or Python. Knowledge of language transcription and analysis 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: To be considered for this role you must have current valid work rights for Australia. Visa sponsorship is unavailable. Your New Team – The Faculty of Arts The Faculty of Arts is a leading academic community dedicated to exploring and understanding the complexities of our ever-changing world. Our five schools, including the Asia Institute, School of Culture and Communication, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, School of Languages and Linguistics, and School of Social and Political Sciences, house renowned researchers and intellectually engaged students. We embrace diversity and inclusion, actively welcoming and valuing the unique contributions of individuals from all backgrounds to achieve our vision. 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 ) A completed or near completed PhD in Psycholinguistics (or closely related field) A developing research profile in psycholinguistics Experience conducting experimental research and analysing datasets using up to date statistical approaches Experience in eye-tracking methodologies Expertise in one or more programming languages, e.g. R or Python. Knowledge of language transcription and analysis ^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 us 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 . Applications close: 4 MARCH 2024 11:55 PM Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) : 0057158 Postdoctoral Fellow In Linguistic Processing PD.pdf Advertised: 19 Feb 2024 12:05 AM AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close: 04 Mar 2024 11:55 PM AUS Eastern Daylight Time • Tue, 20 FebUniversity of Melbourne
Postdoctoral Fellow in Linguistic Processing » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0057158 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Fixed-term - 25 th March 2024 to 31 st March 2025 Faculty: Arts Department/School: School of Languages and Linguistics Salary: Level A – $80,258 - $108,906 p.a. plus 17% super Join a collaborative ARC project exploring word order in Australian Indigenous languages, in partnership with ANU and Uni SA 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 Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join an ARC funded collaborative project investigating language processing in Australian Indigenous languages. The postdoctoral fellow will have the opportunity to be involved in all facets of the research project, including conducting experimental linguistic processing research on selected Indigenous languages of Australia, collaborating on publications, co-ordination of symposia and public outreach where required. Led by Prof Rachel Nordlinger and Prof Evan Kidd (ANU) the project involves collaboration from Prof Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky and Matthias Schlesewsky (University of South Australia), with the opportunity to work closely with the Research Unit for Indigenous Language ( https://arts.unimelb.edu.au/indiglang/) within the School of Languages and Linguistics. The role will involve conducting fieldwork in remote Indigenous communities of Australia, and may also involve travel between the University of Melbourne, ANU and the University of South Australia on occasion. Your responsibilities will include: Undertaking high quality research within the overall project, with a particular focus on experimental studies of linguistic processing in the Australian languages Pitjantjatjara and Warlpiri Working with the project leaders on the design of experiments to address project research questions Training PhD students in experimental methodologies as appropriate for the project, and under direction from the project leaders Undertaking fieldwork in remote Indigenous communities of Australia as required to contribute to experimental studies for the project and/or oversee PhD student data collection under direction from project leaders Performing statistical analysis of project data, in collaboration with project leaders Publishing academic papers and other scholarly outputs to a high standard in conjunction with the project leaders Presenting conference/symposium papers on the project findings at appropriate Australian and international forums and contribute to research workshops relating to the project Who We Are Looking For You will have a developing research profile in psycholinguistics and experience in conducting experimental research, analysing datasets using modern statistical approaches, and employing eye-tracking methodologies. You showcase a demonstrated capacity to independently undertake research, as well as collaborate effectively within a team to achieve project objectives and meet deadlines. You have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work across a diverse range of stakeholders and cultural background and translate research findings to a wide range of audiences. You will also have: A completed or near completed PhD in Psycholinguistics (or closely related field) A developing research profile in psycholinguistics Experience conducting experimental research and analysing datasets using up to date statistical approaches Experience in eye-tracking methodologies Expertise in one or more programming languages, e.g. R or Python. Knowledge of language transcription and analysis 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: To be considered for this role you must have current valid work rights for Australia. Visa sponsorship is unavailable. Your New Team – The Faculty of Arts The Faculty of Arts is a leading academic community dedicated to exploring and understanding the complexities of our ever-changing world. Our five schools, including the Asia Institute, School of Culture and Communication, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, School of Languages and Linguistics, and School of Social and Political Sciences, house renowned researchers and intellectually engaged students. We embrace diversity and inclusion, actively welcoming and valuing the unique contributions of individuals from all backgrounds to achieve our vision. 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) A completed or near completed PhD in Psycholinguistics (or closely related field) A developing research profile in psycholinguistics Experience conducting experimental research and analysing datasets using up to date statistical approaches Experience in eye - tracking methodologies Expertise in one or more programming languages, e . g . R or Python. Knowledge of language transcription and analysis ^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 us 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: 4 MARCH 2024 11:55 PM Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) Position Description: 0057158 Postdoctoral Fellow In Linguistic Processing PD.pdf Position Description • Tue, 20 FebThe University of Melbourne
Research Assistant/Research Fellow, Health Technology Assessment » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0061592 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time, Part-time options will be considered by negotiation; Fixed-term for 12 months Faculty: Melbourne School of Global and Population Health; Centre for Health Policy; Melbourne Health Technology and Value Assessment Collaboration (M-VAC) Department/School: Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Salary: Level A – $80,258 – $108,906 p.a. plus 17% super Level B - $114,645 - $136,136 p.a. plus 17% super Contribute to diverse projects involving health technology assessments, economic evaluations, and research in various medical fields Work in a collegial, and supportive team in a specialised field 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 This position with M-VAC will be required work on a variety of projects, particularly focusing on preparing high-quality health technology assessments evaluation reports. The program of work encompasses of a range of projects that may include economic evaluation alongside clinical studies and registries, systematic reviews, meta-anaylses or model-based evaluations of pharmaceuticals and various health interventions. The Research Assistant/Fellow will need to be able to critically appraise clinical evidence and clinical trials, as well as appraising health economics methodologies and conducting cost-effectiveness analysis. This position works within a small, specialised group of evaluators with a strong record of high quality outputs in a rewarding field. Your responsibilities will include: Supporting research activities consistent with the needs of the group and the agreed research program Collaborating with a multi-disciplinary research team and leading discussions with stakeholders Assisting with the preparation of high quality health technology assessment evaluation reports Who We Are Looking For To be successful in this position, you will require a postgraduate qualification in a health-related field with training and experience in the skills critical to health technology assessment, such as systematic review, evidence appraisal, economic evaluation, and budget impact analysis. You should possess strong quantitative skills, and an ability to critique statistical analyses. You will need to be able to work effectively within a small, collaborative, multidisciplinary team, and have an organised approach to work, ensuring you can work to tight deadlines while still maintaining an accurate and high quality output of work. You will also have: An Honours or Masters level qualification in a relevant discipline for a Level A appointment, PhD qualification in a relevant discipline for a Level B appointment. An ability to critically appraise clinical evidence and statistical methodologies and conduct cost-effectiveness analysis's High level communication skills, able to deliver technical information in easy to understand terms 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 – Centre for Health Policy The Centre for Health Policy (formerly Centre for Health Policy Programs and Economic) undertakes evaluations of health policy at international, national, state and local levels. The Centre for Health Policy has four streams: Evaluation and Implementation science, Health economics, Health systems and workforce and Law and Public Health. The centre is multi-disciplinary bring together clinicians, economists, implementation scientists, lawyers, managers, psychologists, sociologists and political scientists. The centre has attracted over $67 million in funding from key granting bodies such as the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australian Research Council (ARC) and from organisations such as Commonwealth and state/territory health departments that fund contract research. The mission of the CHP is to contribute to the health of the community through research, teaching and service relevant to health policy and programs. It aims to achieve this mission by improving the community’s ability to critically evaluate the performance and funding of health policy and health programs. It also includes methodological development, exemplary practice and a varied program of teaching and training. 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 Nick Petersen 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 • Tue, 20 FebThe University of Melbourne
Research Assistant/Research Fellow, Health Technology Assessment » Parkville, Melbourne - Job no: 0061592 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time, Part-time options will be considered by negotiation; Fixed-term for 12 months Faculty: Melbourne School of Global and Population Health; Centre for Health Policy; Melbourne Health Technology and Value Assessment Collaboration (M-VAC) Department/School: Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Salary: Level A – $80,258 – $108,906 p.a. plus 17% super Level B - $114,645 - $136,136 p.a. plus 17% super Contribute to diverse projects involving health technology assessments, economic evaluations, and research in various medical fields Work in a collegial, and supportive team in a specialised field 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 This position with M-VAC will be required work on a variety of projects, particularly focusing on preparing high-quality health technology assessments evaluation reports. The program of work encompasses of a range of projects that may include economic evaluation alongside clinical studies and registries, systematic reviews, meta-anaylses or model-based evaluations of pharmaceuticals and various health interventions. The Research Assistant/Fellow will need to be able to critically appraise clinical evidence and clinical trials, as well as appraising health economics methodologies and conducting cost-effectiveness analysis. This position works within a small, specialised group of evaluators with a strong record of high quality outputs in a rewarding field. Your responsibilities will include: Supporting research activities consistent with the needs of the group and the agreed research program Collaborating with a multi-disciplinary research team and leading discussions with stakeholders Assisting with the preparation of high quality health technology assessment evaluation reports Who We Are Looking For To be successful in this position, you will require a postgraduate qualification in a health-related field with training and experience in the skills critical to health technology assessment, such as systematic review, evidence appraisal, economic evaluation, and budget impact analysis. You should possess strong quantitative skills, and an ability to critique statistical analyses. You will need to be able to work effectively within a small, collaborative, multidisciplinary team, and have an organised approach to work, ensuring you can work to tight deadlines while still maintaining an accurate and high quality output of work. You will also have: An Honours or Masters level qualification in a relevant discipline for a Level A appointment, PhD qualification in a relevant discipline for a Level B appointment. An ability to critically appraise clinical evidence and statistical methodologies and conduct cost-effectiveness analysis's High level communication skills, able to deliver technical information in easy to understand terms 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 – Centre for Health Policy The Centre for Health Policy (formerly Centre for Health Policy Programs and Economic) undertakes evaluations of health policy at international, national, state and local levels. The Centre for Health Policy has four streams: Evaluation and Implementation science, Health economics, Health systems and workforce and Law and Public Health. The centre is multi-disciplinary bring together clinicians, economists, implementation scientists, lawyers, managers, psychologists, sociologists and political scientists. The centre has attracted over $67 million in funding from key granting bodies such as the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australian Research Council (ARC) and from organisations such as Commonwealth and state/territory health departments that fund contract research. The mission of the CHP is to contribute to the health of the community through research, teaching and service relevant to health policy and programs. It aims to achieve this mission by improving the community’s ability to critically evaluate the performance and funding of health policy and health programs. It also includes methodological development, exemplary practice and a varied program of teaching and training. 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 Nick Petersen 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. • Tue, 20 FebThe University of Melbourne
Postdoctoral Fellow in Linguistic Processing » Parkville, Melbourne - Job no: 0057158 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Fixed-term - 25 th March 2024 to 31 st March 2025 Faculty: Arts Department/School: School of Languages and Linguistics Salary: Level A – $80,258 - $108,906 p.a. plus 17% super Join a collaborative ARC project exploring word order in Australian Indigenous languages, in partnership with ANU and Uni SA 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 Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join an ARC funded collaborative project investigating language processing in Australian Indigenous languages. The postdoctoral fellow will have the opportunity to be involved in all facets of the research project, including conducting experimental linguistic processing research on selected Indigenous languages of Australia, collaborating on publications, co-ordination of symposia and public outreach where required. Led by Prof Rachel Nordlinger and Prof Evan Kidd (ANU) the project involves collaboration from Prof Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky and Matthias Schlesewsky (University of South Australia), with the opportunity to work closely with the Research Unit for Indigenous Language ( https://arts.unimelb.edu.au/indiglang/) within the School of Languages and Linguistics. The role will involve conducting fieldwork in remote Indigenous communities of Australia, and may also involve travel between the University of Melbourne, ANU and the University of South Australia on occasion. Your responsibilities will include: Undertaking high quality research within the overall project, with a particular focus on experimental studies of linguistic processing in the Australian languages Pitjantjatjara and Warlpiri Working with the project leaders on the design of experiments to address project research questions Training PhD students in experimental methodologies as appropriate for the project, and under direction from the project leaders Undertaking fieldwork in remote Indigenous communities of Australia as required to contribute to experimental studies for the project and/or oversee PhD student data collection under direction from project leaders Performing statistical analysis of project data, in collaboration with project leaders Publishing academic papers and other scholarly outputs to a high standard in conjunction with the project leaders Presenting conference/symposium papers on the project findings at appropriate Australian and international forums and contribute to research workshops relating to the project Who We Are Looking For You will have a developing research profile in psycholinguistics and experience in conducting experimental research, analysing datasets using modern statistical approaches, and employing eye-tracking methodologies. You showcase a demonstrated capacity to independently undertake research, as well as collaborate effectively within a team to achieve project objectives and meet deadlines. You have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work across a diverse range of stakeholders and cultural background and translate research findings to a wide range of audiences. You will also have: A completed or near completed PhD in Psycholinguistics (or closely related field) A developing research profile in psycholinguistics Experience conducting experimental research and analysing datasets using up to date statistical approaches Experience in eye-tracking methodologies Expertise in one or more programming languages, e.g. R or Python. Knowledge of language transcription and analysis 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: To be considered for this role you must have current valid work rights for Australia. Visa sponsorship is unavailable. Your New Team – The Faculty of Arts The Faculty of Arts is a leading academic community dedicated to exploring and understanding the complexities of our ever-changing world. Our five schools, including the Asia Institute, School of Culture and Communication, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, School of Languages and Linguistics, and School of Social and Political Sciences, house renowned researchers and intellectually engaged students. We embrace diversity and inclusion, actively welcoming and valuing the unique contributions of individuals from all backgrounds to achieve our vision. 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) A completed or near completed PhD in Psycholinguistics (or closely related field) A developing research profile in psycholinguistics Experience conducting experimental research and analysing datasets using up to date statistical approaches Experience in eye - tracking methodologies Expertise in one or more programming languages, e . g . R or Python. Knowledge of language transcription and analysis ^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 us 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: 4 MARCH 2024 11:55 PM Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) Position Description: 0057158 Postdoctoral Fellow In Linguistic Processing PD.pdf • Tue, 20 FebThe University of Melbourne
Canberra Management Consulting Graduate Program » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Do you want to work in a flexible and supportive environment where you are connected to an extensive network with world-class networking and career growth opportunities? Our Graduate Program has been designed to provide you with the technical, personal, and professional development to empower you for the future and enable you to become our next generation of partners, managers and industry leaders What we offer: At RSM, you do meaningful and impactful work that makes a real difference in people's lives. RSM Australia supports a people-centric and collaborative culture where we are committed to empowering and developing you. As a leading professional services firm, we invest in your future and connect you to an extensive network of national and global resources. Learning from the best and brightest minds in the business world , the RSM Graduate Program will help launch your career by offering a diverse range of benefits: Receive a $500 professional start-up bonus; CA Program financial support and membership, paid study leave, and course completion bonuses; Access to senior leaders and technical experts who guide, mentor and shape your career; Access to structured programs and technical conferences to aid professional development; Employee Assistance Program to support positive mental health and wellbeing; Regular office social events to build your professional networks; Total Permanent Disability and Income Protection insurance for all permanent employees; Experience working on a diverse range of clients; and Being part of a Top 100 Graduate Employer award-winning program Who we are: RSM Australia is a member of RSM, the world’s 6 th largest network of audit, tax and consulting firms. We are an award-winning professional services firm with over 100 years’ experience supporting Australian businesses. We believe in putting people first and we are proud to have developed a work culture that fosters growth, collaboration and success. What you’ll do: As a Management Consulting Graduate at RSM, you will have the opportunity to work on diverse projects, collaborating with clients to solve complex business challenges and drive organisational success. You will also be exposed to diverse consulting work in both the government and private sector, across many different industries and portfolios. This role is ideal for recent graduates who are eager to apply their academic knowledge to real-world scenarios, develop valuable consulting skills, and contribute to the growth of our firm. What does the ERP Consulting division do? Work with a diverse and talented team of professionals who will mentor and support you. As a Graduate in our Management Consulting team you will be take on a wide range of exciting responsibilities, including: Working closely with clients to understand their business objectives, challenges, and opportunities. Conduct thorough research and analysis to identify areas for improvement and develop actionable recommendations. Communicate findings and recommendations to clients through presentations, reports and other relevant channels. Develop innovative solutions that align with clients' strategic goals and objectives. Take ownership of project tasks and deliverables, ensuring projects are completed within scope, timeline, and budget. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to coordinate efforts and achieve project milestones. Prepares for change by assessing the magnitude of change and the organisations readiness, including stakeholder impact assessments. Who you are: You are an ideal candidate for this role if…. You are currently studying towards or completed a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Information Systems, Business/Commerce, Politics / Public Policy, Data Analytics or Science; Integrity is one of your core values, and you hold yourself and those you work with to a high standard of professionalism and mutual respect; You enjoy client service and helping people achieve their goals; You can apply critical thinking and analytical skills to solve complex business problems; You are a self starter and a team player, and you can bring your unique skills and ideas to the table; You possess a can-do attitude and a passion for continuous learning and professional growth. How to apply: At RSM, we understand you have a lot going on between studying, part-time jobs, friends and family commitments, so we have made sure the application process doesn’t take up too much of your time. If you are ready to be part of the change with RSM, Click “apply” and complete our online application, attaching your resume, cover letter and transcript. • Mon, 19 FebRSM Australia
Sydney Management Consulting Graduate Program » Sydney, Sydney Region - Do you want to work in a flexible and supportive environment where you are connected to an extensive network with world-class networking and career growth opportunities? Our Graduate Program has been designed to provide you with the technical, personal, and professional development to empower you for the future and enable you to become our next generation of partners, managers and industry leaders What we offer: At RSM, you do meaningful and impactful work that makes a real difference in people's lives. RSM Australia supports a people-centric and collaborative culture where we are committed to empowering and developing you. As a leading professional services firm, we invest in your future and connect you to an extensive network of national and global resources. Learning from the best and brightest minds in the business world , the RSM Graduate Program will help launch your career by offering a diverse range of benefits: Receive a $500 professional start-up bonus; CA Program financial support and membership, paid study leave, and course completion bonuses; Access to senior leaders and technical experts who guide, mentor and shape your career; Access to structured programs and technical conferences to aid professional development; Employee Assistance Program to support positive mental health and wellbeing; Regular office social events to build your professional networks; Total Permanent Disability and Income Protection insurance for all permanent employees; Experience working on a diverse range of clients; and Being part of a Top 100 Graduate Employer award-winning program Who we are: RSM Australia is a member of RSM, the world’s 6 th largest network of audit, tax and consulting firms. We are an award-winning professional services firm with over 100 years’ experience supporting Australian businesses. We believe in putting people first and we are proud to have developed a work culture that fosters growth, collaboration and success. What you’ll do: As a Management Consulting Graduate at RSM, you will have the opportunity to work on diverse projects, collaborating with clients to solve complex business challenges and drive organisational success. You will also be exposed to diverse consulting work in both the government and private sector, across many different industries and portfolios. This role is ideal for recent graduates who are eager to apply their academic knowledge to real-world scenarios, develop valuable consulting skills, and contribute to the growth of our firm. What does the Management Consulting division do? Work with a diverse and talented team of professionals who will mentor and support you. As a Graduate in our Management Consulting team you will be take on a wide range of exciting responsibilities, including: Working closely with clients to understand their business objectives, challenges, and opportunities. Conduct thorough research and analysis to identify areas for improvement and develop actionable recommendations. Communicate findings and recommendations to clients through presentations, reports and other relevant channels. Develop innovative solutions that align with clients' strategic goals and objectives. Take ownership of project tasks and deliverables, ensuring projects are completed within scope, timeline, and budget. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to coordinate efforts and achieve project milestones. Prepares for change by assessing the magnitude of change and the organisations readiness, including stakeholder impact assessments. Who you are: You are an ideal candidate for this role if…. You are currently studying towards or completed a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Information Systems, Business/Commerce, Politics / Public Policy, Data Analytics or Science; Integrity is one of your core values, and you hold yourself and those you work with to a high standard of professionalism and mutual respect; You enjoy client service and helping people achieve their goals; You can apply critical thinking and analytical skills to solve complex business problems; You are a self starter and a team player, and you can bring your unique skills and ideas to the table; You possess a can-do attitude and a passion for continuous learning and professional growth. How to apply: At RSM, we understand you have a lot going on between studying, part-time jobs, friends and family commitments, so we have made sure the application process doesn’t take up too much of your time. If you are ready to be part of the change with RSM, Click “apply” and complete our online application, attaching your resume, cover letter and transcript. • Mon, 19 FebRSM Australia
Government Relations & Public Policy Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - About the Role Bringing life-changing medicines to millions of people, Novartis sits at the intersection of cutting-edge medical science, innovative digital technology and you could play a critical role to prioritise business outcomes in a complex and evolving healthcare system. As Government Relations and Public Policy Manager you will support Novartis business units to shape the external political and government environment to accelerate patient access to innovative medicines and treatment options in Australia. Jobs to be done: Lead government engagement and advocacy campaigns to accelerate patient access to medicines and to shape the broader innovative medicines environment. Build and maintain trusted working relationships with critical stakeholders including Ministers, Members of Parliament, Ministerial Advisers and Departmental Officials. Develop timely and informed public policy positions to support reform opportunities within the Australian healthcare system that will accelerate patient access to innovative medicines. Engaging with industry bodies, public policy think tanks, embassies and above market stakeholders to ensure Novartis medicines are appropriately valued. Partnership with key internal stakeholders to develop government affairs and policy priorities that support Novartis commercial and access objectives. Providing internal briefings, presentations and intelligence sharing with Novartis senior leaders to ensure Novartis can effectively shape the external environment. Diversity & Inclusion / EEO We are committed to building an outstanding, inclusive work environment and diverse teams representative of the patients and communities we serve. Role Requirements What you will bring to role: Previous experience working within or working directly with the Australian Government to shape public policy objectives. Strong interpersonal and communication skills [including written and verbal] with a track record in leading government engagement activities. Strong understanding of the Australian political environment and an established network of key government stakeholders. Demonstrated experience in developing and executing successful government advocacy or public policy campaigns. Demonstrated ability to work cross-functionally with a diverse group of stakeholders to prioritise and deliver on key business objectives. Nice to Have: A well-developed understanding of the Australian healthcare policy environment, including knowledge of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in public policy, health economic, law, political science, media or communications. Why Novartis? 236 million lives were touched by Novartis medicines in 2022, and while we're proud of this, we know there is so much more we could do to help improve and extend people's lives. We believe new insights, perspectives and ground-breaking solutions can be found at the intersection of medical science and digital innovation. That a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment inspires new ways of working. We believe our potential can thrive and grow in an unbossed culture underpinned by integrity, curiosity and flexibility. And we can reinvent what's possible, when we collaborate with courage to aggressively and ambitiously tackle the world's toughest medical challenges. Because the greatest risk in life, is the risk of never trying Imagine what you could achieve here at Novartis Join our Novartis Network: If this role is not suitable to your experience or career goals but you wish to stay connected to hear more about Novartis and our career opportunities, join the Novartis Network here: https://talentnetwork.novartis.com/network 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? • Thu, 15 FebNovartis AG
Cultural Heritage Advisor » Perth, Perth Region - On behalf of our client, a global energy company, we are currently seeking for a Cultural Heritage Advisor top join their Perth or Karratha offfices on a 12-month contract basis. This position will be responsible for inputting and reviewing cultural heritage material for environmentalplans, specifically providing cultural heritage inputs into environment plans; assessing and articulating cultural values in records of consultation; and assessing and developing controls for identified cultural values. Working at the direction of the Manager Global Heritage and alongside multi-disciplinary teams, this role will workclosely with the Environment and Corporate Affairs environment plan teams to ensure timely delivery of cultural heritage content into environment plans. About this role Understanding of First Nations/Cultural Heritage concepts, values and terminology. Familiar with industry heritage practice, including the Burra Charter Responsible for reviewing, synthesising, and interpreting cultural heritage information. Responsible for developing control measures to manage cultural features and heritage values, includingcreative problem solving. Corporate Affairs deliverables: Summarising cultural heritage information for inclusion in environment plans to meet regulatory standards. Articulating specialist heritage concepts for non-specialist audiences. Reviewing, synthesising and interpreting cultural heritage information from consultation records. Developing control measures to manage cultural features and heritage values, including creative problemsolving. Government advocacy and compliance with regulatory requirements. About you Cultural heritage, corporate affairs or First Nations related experience. Bachelor degree in communications, archaeology, anthropology, political science, legal or related fields. Awareness of Australian First Nations communities and culture. Understanding of community issues that interface with Woodside’s business. Demonstrated ability as a team player, enabler and ability to work independently and within a diverse team. Preparedness to drive outcomes in support of overall development milestones. Demonstrated ability to apply initiative and innovation to work activities. Strong written and verbal skills Australian Fulll working rights The role may be based in Perth or Karratha, Western Australia and candidates from both locations will beconsidered. Our offer 12 month contract (initially) Option to work at the Perth or Karattha offices Work with a global energy company foundded in Ausstralia Flexible work arranggements About us Brunel is a recruitment and flexible workforce solution provider which connects talented people with opportunities throughout Australasia and around the world. We specialise in highly skilled roles across a variety of technical, professional, trade and craft disciplines, pairing candidates with industry-leading projects and organisations on a contract, permanent or secondment basis. Operating locally since 1997, Brunel has major bases of operation in Perth, Sydney, Brisbane and Port Moresby, which are further backed by the strength and reach of a truly global network spanning over 45 countries, 120 offices and 45 years of successful operation. Brunel is proud to be equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and female candidates. Professional Bachelor • Sun, 11 FebBrunel
AUS (Canberra) - Visits and Events Officer, EO » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Main purpose of job: BHC Canberra is at the centre of a five-post Australia Network (the other posts are Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane). The network encompasses approximately 140 staff, with over 10 different departments represented. We are responsible for delivering across the breadth of the UK-Australia relationship, from security and defence to trade and prosperity, from consular and law enforcement to political and foreign policy, and from science and tech to agriculture and health, and more. This role is based in the Executive Office of the High Commissioner and Deputy High Commissioner. The job-holder will be responsible for the programmes and logistics for inward visits by UK ministers and VIPs to Australia. Recent visits have included the Foreign Secretary, Culture Secretary and Ministers of State, and we anticipate a high volume of visits in the year ahead. The job holder will also lead on event delivery in Canberra. This includes supporting policy teams with organising and delivering small-medium scale events at the Residence and High Commission, and playing a vital role in the High Commission’s large-scale flagship events (including our national day reception, end of year reception, and annual staff conference). It is a busy, high-profile role that provides an insight into international relations and the work of a High Commission. Everyday is different and it would suit someone looking for a challenging and varied role. The job-holder will need excellent organisation skills, the ability to work at pace and manage competing demands. Although we are a busy team, we are deeply committed to developing and supporting our staff and encourage flexible working. Roles and responsibilities / what will the jobholder be expected to achieve: 1. Visits Ensure smooth visits by overseeing and delivering all logistical elements, including arrival/departure transport, accommodation, and budget administration for inward visitors to Canberra. This involves advance planning for those visits with long lead-in times but also being prepared to deliver last minute requests too. It may also involve overseeing the work and providing advice to a logistics team for complex, high level visits, or offering advice to others when we have multiple visitors at the same time. Provide logistics guidance and protocol support for senior visits outside of Canberra. Job holder may be required to travel as needed to support visits on the ground across Australia for VIP visitors, however majority of the work will be in Canberra. Work closely with the Australian system including DFAT Protocol and other government agencies to facilitate the arrival of senior UK visitors. Ensure that budgets for visits are managed carefully and in line with FCDO guidance, delivering value for money. 2. Events Work closely with policy teams and residence team to deliver frequent events including dinners, receptions and networking events. Ensure strategic vision for events is deliverable, reasonable and good value for money. Operational delivery of large-scale yearly events for the High Commission for up to 500 people. This includes, but is not limited to, sourcing a venue, catering, entertainment, styling and branding. Given the nature of events taking place during evening the successful candidate will be required to work outside of core working hours. • Sat, 10 FebBritish High Commission
Post-Doctoral Fellow » Acton, Burnie Area - Classification: Academic Level ASalary package: $80,914 to $101,560 plus 17% superannuationTerm: Continuing (contingent funded), Full Time (up to 3 years) Position Description and Selection Criteria: PD&PEWER_Postdoctoral Research Fellow_level A.pdf Conduct world leading research in radicalisation and risk assessment Deliver value to the ANU through exceptional research and engagement activities. Work in a beautiful campus environment on the city’s doorstep. Position overviewThis position will work under the direction of Dr Emily Corner for an Office of National Intelligence funded grant entitled “Beyond Taxonomy: A Process Driven Investigation of Radicalisation”. The project aims to significantly deepen understanding of the phenomenon of radicalisation toward violent extremism by moving beyond static descriptions of what antecedents are present in violent extremists to dynamic causal explanations of why people radicalise. Using experimental and survey data, this project expects to identify how radicalisation is enabled by cognitive changes resulting from interactions between social environments, cognitions, and behavioural responses. The ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods (CSRM) was established in 2015 to provide national leadership in the study of Australian society. CSRM has a strategic focus on the development of social research methods; analysis of social issues and policy; training in social science methods; long-term maintenance of crucial ANU surveys; and providing access to social scientific data. CSRM has around 50 staff from a range of academic disciplines including criminology, economics, psychology, anthropology, epidemiology, political science, and demography. The ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) is one of seven Colleges at ANU. The College, which is structured into two main research schools, offers degrees in more than 20 discipline areas and excels in research across the creative arts, humanities and social sciences. The College has a substantial international research presence and is a major source of national policy advice. Our academic staff are internationally recognised for their research, and 57 are members of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, the Academy of the Social Sciences of Australia, or both. We also host 13 Australian Research Council Future Fellows and three ARC Laureates. A hub of vibrant activity, we host more than 270 lectures, concerts and exhibitions each year, most of which are open to the public. Our students, staff and graduates come from more than 60 nations, bringing a diversity of perspective to campus life. Enquiries: Dr Emily Corner E: emily.corneranu.edu.auThe University actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more information on employment opportunities, contact our Indigenous Employment Consultant on indigenous.employmentanu.edu.au ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion Application informationIn order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents: A statement addressing the selection criteria. A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form. Other documents, if required. Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position. Please note: The successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process. An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. Closing Date: 18 February 2024 • Sat, 10 FebThe Australian National University
Pricing Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - About the Role At Novartis, we are proud to have positively impacted the lives of 2.8 million people in Australia and New Zealand through our innovative medicines. Our market access team plays a crucial role in ensuring that patients have access to these life-changing therapies. We are currently looking for an experienced Pricing Manager to join our team and contribute to our mission of bringing innovative therapies to patients. In this role, you will have the opportunity to work with cutting-edge treatments in immunology, oncology, haematology, gene therapy, and cardiovascular disease. As a Pricing Manager, your expertise in pricing and reimbursement models will be invaluable. You will be responsible for developing financial estimates, including preparing PBAC submissions and managing pricing issues. Your contribution will be vital in supporting the local and international development and commercialization of our current and future products. Joining our highly successful and dynamic market access team, you will be part of a group that is dedicated to delivering value to patients while ensuring quick access to our therapies in Australia. Your work will directly impact patient lives, helping them lead healthier and more productive lives. If you are passionate about making a difference and have the necessary experience in pricing and reimbursement, we invite you to join our team and contribute to our mission of improving patient outcomes. Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Work with the broader HE team to lead the development of Financial Estimates included in PBAC submissions in collaboration with Strategic Planning and Brand/DPT teams. Develop and manage the early development of financial estimates and identify data gaps and areas of financial uncertainty for all Novartis pipeline products. To assist in the preparation of additional related reimbursement applications (eg hospital and private health insurance formularies) as the need arises. Provide input for pricing strategy for all products across the product lifecycle. Provide submissions to global Pricing and Market Access to support business case in collaboration with the Integrated Brand team and marketing as required. Proactively seek competitor intelligence, track competitor/global pricing and provide analytical support to predict price changes. Help to facilitate the development of pricing systems and analytical tools, which ensure efficiency, product profitability and financial risk assessment. Provide assessment to leadership team of the impact of government pricing policies and the possible impact on Novartis. Guide Novartis input into industry-wide pricing policy and agreements. Maintain a positive relationship with the Department of Health. Diversity & Inclusion / EEO We are committed to building an outstanding, inclusive work environment and diverse teams representative of the patients and communities we serve. Role Requirements What you will bring to the role: Undergraduate Qualifications in Economics, Science, Business or Politics. Ideally, post graduate studies in health economics, public policy, economics or MBA. Extensive experience in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industries. Proven ability to analyse complex issues and develop forecasting models, coupled with advanced excel skills. High degree of accuracy and organisational skills with attention to detail. Experience in the analysis and interpretation of data, including report writing, is essential. Ability to work collaboratively with a large group of stakeholders to achieve common goals. Ability to explain complicated pricing concepts to leadership and international audiences. 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? • Fri, 09 FebNovartis AG
Policy & Advocacy Officer » Sydney CBD, Sydney - About the Opportunity It is an exciting time to join the RACP to work with Fellows and other members of the College, particularly to advocate on key health workforce and health reform priorities both nationally and at the state and territory levels . We have two Policy and Advocacy officer positions available : One focusing on state and territory issues, working also as needed within our Health in Social Policy team and across our broader Policy & Advocacy (P&A) team One working on health reform issues and the RACP’s Evolve initiative within our Health Reform team. About the Roles The P&A team develops health related policies, leads the College’s advocacy initiatives, and provides advice on policy so that the College is actively engaged in health policy debate and is positioned to influence medical and health policy in Australia and New Zealand, as it affects the Fellows and trainees, patients and communities that they serve. You will work as part of the P&A team in the research, analysis, development, dissemination and implementation of health policies, positions and projects that reflect the priorities of the College and its members. You will also develop policy responses to the policy, political and professional issues relevant to physicians and trainee physicians. You will also support and work with Fellows and trainees to harness their expertise and experience to develop compelling, relevant and timely health policies. Key responsibilities include: Develop policies, position statements, advocacy materials (including submissions and letters), briefs, background papers and advice based on input and advice from College Fellow and Trainees and other stakeholder engagement Develop and implement policy, advocacy and communication strategies to support College priorities Monitoring key policy & advocacy issues and developments within areas of responsibility Research the evidence, literature base and external commentary on various health related topics Participate in the provision of rapid responses to health policy issues as they arise Develop persuasive and engaging written materials Project co-ordination to meet project timelines Build effective relationships with key stakeholders; across the College and with external organisations Provide advice to Policy and Advocacy Managers and staff, and senior management as required Remain up-to-date and well informed on policy matters that might affect the College or its members Other tasks required by the Policy and Advocacy Department as identified by Managers, GM or EGM of Policy & Advocacy Desired Skills and Experience About You The successful candidate will have: Relevant tertiary qualifications in health, policy, communications, sciences, political science public health, law or related disciplines Experience in the development of policies, position statements, submissions, briefing papers and other advocacy materials Knowledge and understanding of medical and health policy issues Demonstrated advocacy and communications experience including skills in developing persuasive strategies for change, stakeholder engagement and influencing decision-makers Excellent written and verbal communication skills, especially the ability to adapt style to a specific audience and /or purpose and with attention to detail Strong analytical skills, political judgement and strategic thinking Quantitative and/or qualitative research skills or experience Good project co-ordination skills and ability to meet timelines Excellent secondary research skills, including the ability to assess and critically evaluate evidence in the Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand health policy context Skills in preparing briefs and background analyses, with strong ability to draw on published research from a diverse range of academic disciplines and effectively organise information for the reader Skills in stakeholder engagement and relationship management Understanding of the College’s commitment to Indigenous aspirations and outcomes under its Constitution Highly computer literate in Microsoft packages Commitment to EEO, OH&S principles, ethical practices and Cultural Diversity policies. To apply, please submit your cover letter and CV by COB 21 February 2024. For any questions, please contact recruitmentracp.edu.au. • Thu, 08 FebRACP
Pricing Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - 390577BR Pricing Manager Australia About the role At Novartis, we are proud to have positively impacted the lives of 2.8 million people in Australia and New Zealand through our innovative medicines. Our market access team plays a crucial role in ensuring that patients have access to these life-changing therapies. We are currently looking for an experienced Pricing Manager to join our team and contribute to our mission of bringing innovative therapies to patients. In this role, you will have the opportunity to work with cutting-edge treatments in immunology, oncology, haematology, gene therapy, and cardiovascular disease. As a Pricing Manager, your expertise in pricing and reimbursement models will be invaluable. You will be responsible for developing financial estimates, including preparing PBAC submissions and managing pricing issues. Your contribution will be vital in supporting the local and international development and commercialization of our current and future products. Joining our highly successful and dynamic market access team, you will be part of a group that is dedicated to delivering value to patients while ensuring quick access to our therapies in Australia. Your work will directly impact patient lives, helping them lead healthier and more productive lives. If you are passionate about making a difference and have the necessary experience in pricing and reimbursement, we invite you to join our team and contribute to our mission of improving patient outcomes. Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Work with the broader HE team to lead the development of Financial Estimates included in PBAC submissions in collaboration with Strategic Planning and Brand/DPT teams. Develop and manage the early development of financial estimates and identify data gaps and areas of financial uncertainty for all Novartis pipeline products. To assist in the preparation of additional related reimbursement applications (eg hospital and private health insurance formularies) as the need arises. Provide input for pricing strategy for all products across the product lifecycle. Provide submissions to global Pricing and Market Access to support business case in collaboration with the Integrated Brand team and marketing as required. Proactively seek competitor intelligence, track competitor/global pricing and provide analytical support to predict price changes. Help to facilitate the development of pricing systems and analytical tools, which ensure efficiency, product profitability and financial risk assessment. Provide assessment to leadership team of the impact of government pricing policies and the possible impact on Novartis. Guide Novartis input into industry-wide pricing policy and agreements. Maintain a positive relationship with the Department of Health. Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion: We are committed to building an outstanding, inclusive work environment and diverse teams representative of the patients and communities we serve. Role Requirements What you will bring to the role: Undergraduate Qualifications in Economics, Science, Business or Politics. Ideally, post graduate studies in health economics, public policy, economics or MBA. Extensive experience in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industries. Proven ability to analyse complex issues and develop forecasting models, coupled with advanced excel skills. High degree of accuracy and organisational skills with attention to detail. Experience in the analysis and interpretation of data, including report writing, is essential. Ability to work collaboratively with a large group of stakeholders to achieve common goals. Ability to explain complicated pricing concepts to leadership and international audiences. Division International Business Unit APMA IMI Work Location Sydney Company/Legal Entity AU Pharma Pty Ltd Functional Area Market Access Job Type Full Time Employment Type Regular Shift Work No Early Talent No • Wed, 07 FebNovartis
Lecturer, Spanish and Latin American Studies » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0014641 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Continuing Faculty: Arts Department/School: The School of Languages and Linguistics Salary: Level B – $114,645 - $136,136 p.a. plus 17% super Explore exciting teaching and research opportunities in our innovative Spanish and Latin American Studies program. Embrace a Lecturer role that combines impactful teaching, high-quality research, and administrative leadership. 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 Spanish and Latin American Studies program offers opportunities to study and undertake independent research projects with innovative scholars working in areas such as Hispanic food studies, Spanish and Latin American cinema, Latin American popular culture studies, and research with Indigenous and Afro-Latin communities. Beyond sound disciplinary skills, our students develop and enhance critical workplace skills. These include intercultural competency interacting with the Spanish speaking communities in Australia and abroad. Your responsibilities will include: Subject coordination and delivery in the Spanish and Latin American Studies (SLAS) program, including development of and ongoing review of subject material at all levels; marking and assessment; team teaching and supervision of tutors; student consultation; and other administrative tasks Preparation and delivery of lectures, tutorials, and seminars as appropriate and in line with Faculty of Arts minimum thresholds for teaching satisfaction Participation in teaching into collaborative subjects within the SLAS program and the School of Languages and Linguistics, as appropriate 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) RHD supervision Who We Are Looking For You will possess a strong record of publications in modern SLAS literature, cinema, cultural history, or cultural and media studies, with a focus on complementing existing strengths in the program's research areas. Additionally, your application should showcase evidence of community or student engagement, demonstrating a capacity to coordinate related engagement activities effectively. You will also have: A completed PhD in a relevant discipline Native or near-native competence in Spanish and English Committed and enthusiastic teacher of Spanish language and culture at tertiary level demonstrating evidence of excellence as a teacher and with the ability and willingness to teach subjects at all levels from A1 to C2 of the CEFR in various modes Capacity for multidisciplinary and collaborative research and for “Research that makes a difference” in line with the Faculty’s research strategy, and demonstrable potential capacity to attract research funding. 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 – “School of Languages and Linguistics, the Faculty of Arts“ Our School is an internationally recognised hub for teaching and research in modern European languages and cultures, and in Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, English as a Second Language and Language Testing. The Faculty of Arts is a leading academic community dedicated to exploring and understanding the complexities of our ever-changing world. Our five schools, including the Asia Institute, School of Culture and Communication, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, School of Languages and Linguistics, and School of Social and Political Sciences, house renowned researchers and intellectually engaged students. We embrace diversity and inclusion, actively welcoming and valuing the unique contributions of individuals from all backgrounds to achieve our vision. 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 Anna Gradoboeva 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 • Tue, 06 FebThe University of Melbourne

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