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Griffith University

Senior Research Development Coordinator


Job ID: 108515
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Work Type: Fixed Term
Location: Mt Gravatt
 

The Arts, Education and Law (AEL) group encompasses creative and performing arts, education, law, criminology, social science and humanities. It is the most extensive academic group within the University and its presence across all five Griffith campuses focuses on developing teaching programs to prepare students for a changing world.

The Group is committed to producing outstanding scholarship and research, which supports global social change and development.

In the 2017 QS World University Subject Rankings, Griffith Law School was ranked number one in Queensland, number three in Australia and in the Top 100 worldwide. Also ranked in the Top 100 worldwide is the Group’s School of Education and Professional Studies, and in the latest Uni Review rankings Griffith was ranked number one in Australia for creative arts.

 

The opportunity
This position is part of a team of two Senior Research Development Officers providing research development and support across Research Centres and Institutes within AEL, with a view to stimulating and facilitating growth, diversity, and sustainability of the Group’s portfolio of external research funding.

The Senior Research Development Officer reports to the AEL Group’s Dean-Research, and will work closely with researchers across the Group’s six Research Centres and Institutes. Research projects being developed include multi-partner initiatives, involving international and national institutional and industry collaborators. The post holder will liaise closely with the Research Grants and Research Development teams in the University’s Office of Research.

There are two, full time (three years), fixed term positions based at the Mt Gravatt campus.

 

About you
As the successful candidate, your experience in like-positions will enable you to identify, conceptualise and develop grant applications. Your demonstrated experience in international and national research policies, combined with a well-developed communication style will ensure the success of these applications. Your high organisational skills will guarantee that you are able to meet tight deadlines.

 

Salary range
HEW Level 8: $91,087 - $102,470 per annum. Salary package including 17% employer superannuation contribution: $106,572 - $119,891 per annum.

 

How to apply
For further information including a Position Description and how to apply, please visit the Griffith University website.

 

Closing date: Monday 23 April 2018 at 5 pm AEST.


 

Macquarie University

Contracts and Post Award Administrator


Classification: HEW Level 5
Salary package: $70,699 to $80,381 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Appointment Type: Full Time, Fixed Term (3 years)

 

Research Services is responsible for the management of research that takes place at Macquarie University or is conducted by University staff. This task is divided between four functional teams: Pre-award, Post-award and Reporting, Ethics and Integrity and Research Contracts and Policy.

The Post-Award and Reporting team is responsible for post-award management of research projects through assisting researchers to meet reporting deadlines and by informing and negotiating with funding agencies. The Research Policy & Contracts Team in conjunction with the Office of General Counsel (Legal) reviews, drafts, negotiates and arranges execution of research-related contracts and agreements with external organisations.

 

The Role

The Contracts and Post Award Administrator will work closely with both the Post-Award and Reporting team and the Research Policy & Contracts Team.

As the successful applicant, you will provide a broad range of administrative support using both internal and external research management systems. You will also act as the first point of contact for researchers and other university staff on contract and post award matters.

This dual role will require you to have strong attention to detail and organisational skills and will suit someone with a flexible, “can-do” approach.

 

Selection Criteria

To be considered for this position, applicants must respond to the selection criteria below and attach as a separate document (maximum 2 pages) in the application process:

· Demonstrated experience working in a university research management environment

· Experience working with research management systems and strong computer skills including Microsoft Office

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Proven ability to coordinate complex matters and meet competing deadlines

Due to the nature of this appointment, the preferred candidate will be required to undergo a criminal history check.

 

For further information or to apply, please click here.

 

Applications close: Wednesday 25th April 2018

 

 

Australian Catholic University

GIS Technical and Research Officer


Job No: 974129
Campus Location: Melbourne
Functional Unit: The Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research
Work Type: Fixed term full time
 
  • Bring your GIS capability to this research support role
  • Build and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders
  • Fixed term, full-time appointment till December 2022, located in Melbourne

 

The Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research (MMIHR) is focused on undertaking research that discovers and promotes effective strategies to create a healthier Australia. The work undertaken in the MMIHR aims to address critical public health issues by identifying and responding with innovative programs that deliver better health outcomes and transform lives.

 

The GIS Technical and Research Officer will provide project, research and operational support for the successful completion of the projects included in the Behaviour, Environment & Cognition research program. The roles will require you to execute a range of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) functions, including sourcing layers of data, cleaning data, generating built environment variables and standardising and incorporating these into GIS.  The position will also entail:

  • undertaking literature searches, annotated bibliographies and reviews relevant to GIS/GPS methodologies
  • preparing and disseminating journal articles that include GIS and Global Positioning System (GPS) data
  • assisting with the completion of regulatory requirements and producing reports
  • analysing data and producing variables to be used in research

 

To be successful for either role, you will need:

  • an undergraduate degree in Geography, Urban Planning and/or Transportation or equivalent
  • demonstrated experience in the use of Geographic Information System (GIS) software and manipulation/processing of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) data
  • skills in conducting literature searches, annotated bibliographies and/or literature reviews
  • evidence of ability to show commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University.

The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and safe, and valued through development, participation and involvement.

 

How to Apply:

Obtain the Position Description here PD for GIS Technical and Research Officer.pdf. Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position description.

Total remuneration valued to $89,617 - $96,302 pa, including salary component $75,727 - $81,376 pa (HEW Level 6), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

General enquiries can be directed to Professor Ester Cerin, Program Leader, Behaviour, Environment and Cognition Research Program on (03) 9230 8260.

For more information or to apply for this role click APPLY NOW.

 

Applications Close: Wednesday 25 April 2018 


 

Flinders University

Senior Research Contracts Officer


Classification: Higher Education Officer Level 7
Salary Range: $81,878 - $90,855 p/a
Employment Type: Continuing, full-time
Position Reports to: Manager, Contract Services

 

As part of our strategic plan Making a Difference - The 2025 Agenda, Flinders University has set itself a bold vision to be internationally recognised as a world leader in research, an innovator in contemporary education, and the source of Australia’s most enterprising graduates.

We live in an era of disruptive change and remarkable technological innovation. In order to flourish within this challenging environment, we have transformed our academic structure into six Colleges with a focus on student success and outstanding research.

Our talented academic teams are supported by customer-centric Professional Services staff, who share our commitment to excellence.

Excited by change and driven by innovation, we invite ambitious and energetic individuals who personify our values of integrity, courage, innovation, excellence and above all, being student centred, to join our dynamic Professional Services teams to assist us in achieving our core mission of changing lives and changing the world.

 

Position Summary:

Under broad direction, the Senior Contracts Officer (Research) is responsible for providing research contract administration and management services to Flinders University researchers. This includes working closely with researchers in the preparation, review, and negotiation of various types of standard form research contracts; research project variations; confidentiality agreements for research purposes and IP sharing with external parties; memorandum of understanding with industry or other research institutions; material transfer agreements, multi-institutional agreements and subcontracting arrangements with government, industry, other research institutions.

This position is a key liaison between the Flinders University Integrity Legal and Risk Division, Research Development and Support Division and researchers and will be a point of contact for general legal advice, construction of research project schedules and budgets to fulfil funding conditions, contract administration advice and researcher education and support. In addition, the Senior Contracts Officer (Research) is responsible for prioritising and assigning requests for research related contracts and agreements to other members of the Contracts Team.

 

Information For Applicants:

You are required to provide a submission of no more than three pages, stating how your current and/or recent experience meet the requirements of the position description.

To view a Position Description and apply, please APPLY NOW.

Please Direct Application Enquiries to: Susan Cretan

 

Applications close: 9:00 am Thursday 26 April 2018


 

Australian Catholic University

Research Fellow


Job No: 972862
Campus Location: North Sydney
Functional Unit: Institute for Positive Psychology & Education
Work Type: Fixed term full time
 
  • Contribute to the research output of the Institute
  • Establish a quality research program
  • Full-time, fixed term for 2 years, based in North Sydney

The Institute for Positive Psychology and Education (IPPE) at Australian Catholic University is undergoing significant research intensification to position ACU as a leader in the international research arena in selected areas of strategic research interest. IPPE is led by an integrated team of world-class researchers as well outstanding mid / early career researchers and post-doctoral research fellows who currently hold a number of prestigious externally funded research grants.

We are seeking a Research Fellow to join IPPE to assist two Professors with their research. The position is designed to support their research and foster links between the successful applicant and other research programs and researchers within IPPE.  As Research Fellow you will:

  • establish a quality research program
  • contribute to quality research including high quality outputs of research aligned to ACU research priorities
  • work with and support senior academic staff while contributing independently or collaboratively in research
  • contribute to processes and share knowledge with staff and students to benefit the immediate academic team.

To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate:

  • a PhD in a relevant discipline
  • evidence of alignment and/or experience in research in a relevant area
  • ability to lead and co-author research publications
  • relevant demonstrated quantitative skills e.g. structural equation modelling, longitudinal data modelling, multilevel modelling.

This position involves child-related employment and a Working with Children clearance will be required.

The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and safe and valued through development, participation and involvement.

 

How to Apply: 
For more information, to obtain the Position Description or apply for this position CLICK HERE.  

 

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Thursday 26 April, 2018


 

University of Tasmania

University Veterinarian


Job no: 492445
Work type: Full time
Location: Hobart
Categories: Farming, Animals and Conservation

 

Expressions of Interest are invited for appointment to the position of University Veterinarian.

The University Veterinarian provides veterinary, competency and welfare advice to stakeholders, including the Animal Ethics Committee (AEC), serving as a conduit between the committee and the academic and technical community, to ensure that the welfare of the animals is paramount in the design and conduct of research and teaching.

 

Key tasks required of the role include:

  • Assisting in overseeing the welfare of animals across all University of Tasmania campuses and in the field
  • Assisting in providing support for all approved animal research or teaching protocols
  • If necessary, attending Animal Ethics Committee meetings, including Executive Committee meetings.
  • Assessing and documenting the competency of investigators to carry out specific techniques outlined in applications to the AEC in order to comply with the requirements of the Regulations to the Veterinary Surgeons Amendment Act, 2012.

Applicants are not required to address the selection criteria but should instead provide a 1 – 2 page Expression of Interest and a resume.

 

To Apply:

For more information or to apply for this position, please click APPLY NOW.

 

Applications close Monday, 30 April 2018.


 

Monash University

Senior Business Engagement Officer


Job No: 576766
Location: Clayton Campus
Employment Type: Full time
Duration:  Continuing appointment 
Remuneration: $85,538 - $93,819 pa HEW Level 07 (plus 17% employer superannuation)
 
  • Achieve at a world top 100 university
  • Develop your skills
  • Join a dynamic team

If you're after a rewarding career, Monash University can help make it happen. With leading academics and world-class resources, combined with a ranking in the top 100 universities worldwide, we offer all you need to build a brighter future.

The Opportunity

Monash Arts are one of the largest, most diverse and dynamic arts faculties in Australia, with particular strengths in the humanities, performing arts, languages and social sciences. The Arts Research and Business Development Office are responsible for supporting the Dean and Associate Dean Research and the broader arts research community in delivering the outcomes of the faculty’s research and business development strategy.

The Arts Research and Business Development Office are seeking a Senior Business and Engagement Officer to coordinate the provision of high-quality advice and support to researchers and the Arts Research and Business Development (ARBDO) management team in the areas of business development, research engagement opportunities and impact activities in support of the faculty’s strategy.

Reporting to the Partnerships and Business Development Manager, you will be responsible for supporting successful grant capture, partnership and collaborative activities and capacity building in all areas of research engagement. Ensuring that professional staff and researchers have high-quality support and materials to help them to engage with external partners including government, industry, and community and non-government agencies to gain the largest research impact is key to this role.

You will have a relevant degree with subsequent relevant experience, or extensive experience in research administration.

If this sounds like a position that suits your current career focus we look forward to hearing from you.

This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.

Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash Jobs"

Enquiries

Ms Bev Baugh, Group Manager, Research and Business Development, +61 3 9902 4586

Position Description

PD - Senior Business and Engagement Officer

Application close: Wednesday 2 May 2018, 11:55 pm AEST

 


 

Monash University

Animal Ethics Compliance Manager


Job No.: 575038
Location: Clayton campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: 3-year fixed-term appointment
Remuneration: $112,265 - $119,163 pa HEW Level 09 (plus 17% employer superannuation)

 

  • Be inspired, every day
  • Enjoy the freedom to discover something new
  • Take your career in exciting, rewarding directions 

There’s a certain feeling you get from working at Monash University. It’s the feeling that you’re a part of something special. Something significant. So if you’re looking for the next chapter in your career, it’s here. You’ll be given the opportunity to challenge yourself, build on your skills, and make a significant contribution to a workplace that’s filled with energetic and inspiring people. Talent thrives here – and so do truly satisfying careers.

The Opportunity

The Monash Research Office is currently seeking the expertise of an Animal Ethics Compliance Manager who will be is responsible for establishing and implementing the University procedures to facilitate institutional compliance with the Australian code for the care and use of animals for scientific purposes. This role will monitor and audit university-wide compliance with the Code, including Animal Ethics Compliance activities, Licence Nominees responsibilities, Animal Operations at Monash Animal Research Platform (MARP), the Animal Welfare Officer responsibilities, the new Veterinary Welfare Officer, and researcher’s activities involving animals.

As the successful candidate, you will be responsible for developing and implementing a compliance assurance framework to ensure operational compliance, of both Animal Ethics Committees and Monash researchers, with the Australian code for the care and use of animals for scientific purposes. You will also identify issues/risks and undertake research, develop options and provide expert advice to senior management, Licence Nominees, and AECs on highly complex matters regarding federal and state legislation and codes of practice.

If you have comprehensive knowledge of Australian law relating to research activity involving the care and use of animals including housing facilities, excellent research, analytical and consulting skills, as well as accreditation for auditing certified ISO systems or demonstrated experience in auditing/monitoring approved activities and facilities against defined criteria or Australian standards, then you are strongly encouraged to apply.

Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash Jobs".

Enquiries

Dr Simon Barrett, Manager, Research Ethics & Compliance, Research Office: Simon.Barrett@monash.edu or +61 3 9902 0132

Position Description

Download File PD - Animal Ethics Compliance Manager

Closing Date: Wednesday 2 May 2018, 11:55 pm AEST


 

University of Tasmania

Biosafety and Biosecurity Officer


Job no: 492472
Work type: Full time
Location: Hobart
Categories: Management, Project Management & Support, Strategy

 

As the University’s first Biosafety and Biosecurity Officer you will be responsible for the development and implementation of a centralised Biosafety and Biosecurity Framework. This is a new role and an exciting opportunity to lead the development of a  Framework designed to ensure that the University and its staff and student community understands and is compliant with all Federal, State and local legislation and regulatory requirements which govern biosecurity, laboratory safety, quarantine and gene technology activities relating to the use of biological materials.  The Biosafety and Biosecurity Officer will be a member of the Research Integrity and Ethics Unit and will have wide engagement across the University’s research community to ensure that all conduct adheres to the University goal of the highest quality research based on best practice ethical and compliance standards.

The Biosafety and Biosecurity Officer will also act as a central point of contact of internal and external stakeholders on all biosafety and biosecurity matters, providing expert advice and ensuring that appropriate records and analysis are provided to ensure ongoing compliance. The position will be based in Hobart, however the Biosafety and Biosecurity Officer will be required to interact in an effective way with internal and external stakeholders from across the Tasmania and interstate. 

 

In the role you will be responsible for the:

  • Development and implementation of a central compliance Framework for all matters relating to biosafety and biosecurity.
  • Provision of leadership and co-ordination, including acting as the central point of contact for internal and external stakeholders, on all matters regarding biosafety and biosecurity across the University.
  • Provision of effective support to the University’s staff and student community through communication and education.
  • Overseeing the ongoing operationalisation of the Framework.
  • Ongoing maintenance of the Framework, including continuous quality improvement

You will be employed on a full-time, fixed-term basis.

 

To be considered, you will have:

  • A degree and or equivalent experience in a relevant field.
  • Experience in the development and implementation of compliance frameworks, preferably in a University.
  • In depth knowledge of and practical experience with the legislation and standards relevant to the management of biological materials.
  • Excellent research, analytical and consulting skills.
  • Excellent written, administrative and interpersonal skills.

Appointment to this role will be at HEO 7 and will have a total remuneration package of up to $100,622 comprising base salary within the range of $82,515 to $91,893 plus 9.5% superannuation.

 

To Apply:

For further information or to apply for this position, please click APPLY NOW

 

Applications close Wednesday, 2 May 2018


 

University of Tasmania

Research Integrity Coordinator


Job no: 492478
Work type: Full time
Location: Hobart
Categories: Administration, Project Management & Support

 

The role of the Research Integrity Coordinator is to coordinate the ongoing development, implementation and evaluation of the University’s Responsible Conduct of Research Framework and to ensure continued compliance with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research (the Code) and other regulatory documents.

The Research Integrity Coordinator will also provide managerial support for the Research Integrity and Ethics Unit as Deputy to the Unit Manager. As Deputy Manager, the Research Integrity Coordinator will provide support for the strategic, operational and human resource management of the Research Integrity and Ethics Unit.

 

In the role you will:

  • Assist the Manager of Research Integrity & Ethics with the development, implementation and compliance monitoring of institutional policies and procedures.
  • Provide expert advice to researchers, Higher Degree by Research Candidates, Research Integrity Advisors, senior management and research administrators in regards to relevant research governance policies, procedures and guidelines.
  • Develop and deliver various training and support tools.
  • Provide support for the investigation and resolution of any complaints and/or concerns relating to research administration or research misconduct.
  • Prepare agenda papers, provide secretarial support and work closely with the Chair of the Research Integrity and Ethics Committee to deliver the Committee’s strategic projects.

You will be employed on a full-time, fixed-term basis.

 

To be considered, you will have:

  • A degree from a recognised tertiary institution, with subsequent relevant work experience.
  • Experience in the production and delivery of training and educational strategies within a complex organisational structure.
  • High-level interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, including the ability to liaise with a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Competence in the analysis of regulatory and professional principles, resources and guidelines and the provision of expert advice to stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated capacity to manage processes and to initiate the development and implementation of new policies and procedures.

Appointment to this role will be at HEO 7 and will have a total remuneration package of up to $100,622 comprising base salary within the range of $82,515 to $91,893 plus 9.5% superannuation.

 

To Apply:

For further information or to apply for this position, please click APPLY NOW.

 

Applications close Wednesday, 2 May 2018.


 

Garvan Institute

Senior Manager – Academic Partnerships


Job No: GC201859
Location: Darlinghurst, Sydney, NSW
 

Garvan’s research is focused upon understanding the genetic, molecular and cellular processes that underpin human biology, health and disease as the basis for developing future preventions, treatments and cures. To do this, it endeavours to attract, support and sustain the most gifted scientists.

Our administration and support teams are no different, and are focused on the same outcomes by providing the infrastructure and pathways to enable research excellence and implementation into the healthcare system and the innovation economy. Like our scientists, we only recruit the best talent in areas of Legal, Business Development & Innovation, Finance, Human Resources, Work Health & Safety, Operations, Information Technology and scientific services.  Our support teams are experts in their fields and are driven by the dynamic culture, cutting edge facilities and innovative research that the Garvan offers. At Garvan no two days are the same.

 

The Opportunity

We are currently seeking a commercially astute Senior Manager to work within our small, busy legal team who will take a lead role in negotiating, reviewing and managing agreements relating to Garvan’s research activities and intellectual property. You will have the opportunity to develop your expertise with a strong and talented team. You will also work closely with other Institute offices including Business Development & Innovation, Grants Administration and Research Governance to ensure agreements entered into by the Institute are appropriately risk managed and consistent with Garvan’s strategic objectives.

Key responsibilities and duties include:

  • Acting as the point of contact for any agreements between Garvan researchers and external parties
  • Negotiating, preparing and managing a range of academic and commercial agreements (such as research, inter-institutional, material transfer and licence agreements) to facilitate research related activities and to provide assistance to the Business Development and Innovation team
  • Monitoring post-contract activities
  • Advising on intellectual property strategy
  • Developing, reviewing and implementing policies, procedures and systems in relation to Legal office activities and risk management to improve productivity and effectiveness
  • Running various internal training programs for researchers
  • Preparing reports for the Garvan Board & Executive Management Group

This full-time position will initially be offered on a 2-year fixed term with a possibility of extension or conversion to permanent. 

 

About You

The successful candidate will possess the following key qualifications and skills:

  • PhD in chemistry, cell or molecular biology, or related field is essential. A postgraduate business qualification will be highly regarded.
  • Minimum 3 years post-doctoral experience in a research environment, followed by 3 - 5 years in either industry or a technology transfer office
  • Commercially astute with strong attention to detail
  • Ability to build rapport and maintain solid working relationships
  • Experience in reviewing and negotiating legal agreements
  • Ability to systematically analyse complex problems, draw relevant conclusions and implement appropriate solutions
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to convey complex information in a way that others can readily follow
  • Ability to meet deadlines and prioritise work in a dynamic environment

 

How to Apply

For more information about this position or to apply, please click APPLY NOW.

 

Closing Date

The closing date is 3 May 2018. As we are reviewing applications as they are received, we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible.

 


 

Western Sydney University

Human Ethics Officer, Research, Engagement, Development and International


Job ref: 803/18

Western Sydney University is a modern, forward-thinking, research-led university, located at the heart of Australia’s fastest growing and economically significant Western Sydney region. Research, Engagement, Development and Innovation (REDI) is responsible for providing integrated business and research management support for researchers and research activity across the University, with a strong focus on research strategy and development, income generation and ethical review.

An exciting, full-time and ongoing opportunity exists in the REDI team for a Human Research Ethics Officer.

Major responsibilities will include:

Ethics Administration: Provide an efficient and effective human ethics review process through formal institutional ethics processes, managing ethics committees and assisting in the preparation of agendas, minutes and correspondence; act as a central contact and referral point for ethics committee members, staff and students engaged in research projects involving humans; advise and counsel staff and students on the Western Sydney University Human Research Ethics Committee’s deliberations and decisions; and act as an external contact point for queries regarding the ethical conduct of research projects

Staff and Student Development for research ethics across Western Sydney University

Interpretation and Advice: Provide assistance and information to the Director, Research Impact and Integrity on policy and procedural implications, including legal issues, within the national ethics framework

Quality Assurance: Ensure that Western Sydney University researchers observe national ethics guidelines as they relate to human participation in research by monitoring approved protocols; provide specialist advice to both staff and research students to ensure the submission of high-quality ethics applications; and facilitate professional development opportunities for ethics committee members;

Information Management: Support the maintenance of the Human Ethics module of the research management database (RHESYS); ensure that the University meets all its external reporting obligations; and support the maintenance of full records and protocols required by authorising bodies and the University.

Remuneration Package: Higher Education Worker Level 7 - $101,964 to $110,022 p.a. (comprising Salary $86,161 to $92,970 p.a., plus 17% Superannuation, plus Leave Loading)

Position Enquiries: Dr Shantala Mohan at shantala.mohan@westernsydney.edu.au or phone 02 47360581

Click here for Position Description

How to apply:

 

Closing Date: 3 May 2018

Australian Catholic University

Research Associate or Research Fellow


Job No: 972752
Campus Location: Melbourne
Functional Unit: Centre for Sustainable HRM and Wellbeing
Work Type: Fixed term full time
 
  • Seeking either a Research Associate or a Research Fellow
  • Organisational Behaviour and / or Human Resource Management research focus
  • Full-time fixed term (2 year) position commencing August 2018 based in Melbourne

 

The Centre for Sustainable HRM and Well-being resides within the Peter Faber Business School of the Faculty of Law and Business, Australian Catholic University (ACU). The Centre explores scholarly themes in the Human Resource Management (HRM) and Organisational Behaviour (OB) domain through the lens of cultural, social, psychological and ethical enquiry. Closely aligned with ACU’s mission in the pursuit of knowledge, the dignity of the human person and the common good, the Centre contributes to world-leading research across a range of interlinked research themes.

The Research Associate will contribute to research outcomes while supported by mentors and will demonstrate promise in areas of research relevant to the Centre.

As a Research Fellow, you will have a record of recognised scholarly work in addition to a proven capability to make a significant contribution to research in Organisational Behaviour and / or Human Resource Management).

More specifically you will:

  • have a strong background in quantitative methods and training in OB
  • conduct research, including literature reviews and meta-analyses, and publish research findings in top-tier journals
  • contribute to seminars and assist with the annual symposium
  • participate in competitive grant applications.

A substantive background in the areas of teams or organisational trust would be advantageous.

You will also require:

  • a PhD or equivalent in Management / Business or a related disciplinary field (for appointment as a Research Fellow. A Masters degree and substantial progress towards a PhD will be considered for a Research Associate appointment)
  • an academic research profile in a business discipline
  • demonstrated ability to achieve peer-reviewed, high-quality research outputs in the OB and HRM research arena
  • evidence of ability to show commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University.

The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and safe and valued through development, participation and involvement.

How to Apply: 

Obtain the Position Description PD Research Associate or Research Fellow.pdf. Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position description. 

Total remuneration for a Research Associate is valued to AU$77,031 – AU$104,538 pa including salary component AU$65,092 - AU$88,336 pa (Academic Classification Level A), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

Total remuneration for a Research Fellow is valued to AU$114,172 – AU$134,629 pa including salary component AU$96,477 - AU$113,908 pa (Academic Classification Level B), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

General enquiries can be emailed to Associate Professor Bart de Jong via bart.dejong@acu.edu.au

For more information or to apply for this role click APPLY NOW.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE:  Monday May 7, 2018


 

UNSW

Human Ethics Officer


Expressions of Interest - Human Ethics Officer HEO7
  
UNSW has a vacant position available immediately for an experienced Human Ethics Officer at level HEO7.
 
The role is to support our human research ethics committees or panels and liaise with researchers. At this stage the role is for a minimum of three months until we are able to commence advertising for the role as ongoing and fill the position.
 
More information can be sought from Leonne Thompson, Human Ethics Coordinator, on T: 9385 6222 or E: leonne.thomson@unsw.edu.au.
 

 


 

Australian Catholic University

Research Fellow (Neuropsychology and Imaging)


Job no: 974212
Campus Location: Melbourne
Functional Unit: The Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research
Work Type: Fixed term full time

  • Research projects on environmental and lifestyle determinants of cognitive and brain health
  • Contribute in the areas of epidemiology, neuropsychology and brain imaging
  • Fixed term (5 years), full-time appointment located in Melbourne

Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an inclusive community which welcomes students and staff of all beliefs. ACU has over 2,500 staff supporting more than 34,000 students across eight campuses – Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney, Strathfield and Rome.

As valued members of our community, all staff members are expected to have an understanding of ACU's mission and values and to demonstrate an active contribution to them.

The Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research (MMIHR) is focused on undertaking research that discovers and promotes effective strategies to create a healthier Australia. The work undertaken in the MMIHR aims to address critical public health issues by identifying and responding with innovative programs that deliver better health outcomes and transform lives.

The Research Fellow will contribute to research activities by proposing original research in the fields of epidemiology, neuropsychology and brain imaging, organising and/or supervising data collection, analysing brain MRI imaging data, and publishing in high quality scientific journals.

The position will include:

  • co-leading the development of an international network of early and middle career researchers
  • assisting in conducting research projects on environmental and lifestyle determinants of cognitive and brain health
  • performing analyses of multi-modal MRI data, including pre-processing and post-processing, using a wide array of toolboxes
  • publishing in high quality peer- reviewed journals and presenting research findings at seminars and conferences

To be successful for the role, you will need:

  • a PhD in neuropsychology and/or neuroscience or related discipline
  • demonstrated experience in analyses of multi-modal MRI data
  • an understanding of current research regarding environmental effects and lifestyle behaviours on cognitive and brain health
  • evidence of ability to show commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University.

The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and safe, and valued through development, participation and involvement.

How to Apply:

Obtain the Position Description PD Research Fellow (Neuropsychology and Imaging).pdf  Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position description. To apply for this role click the "Apply" link below. Visit Hints and Tips on how to apply.

Total remuneration valued to $114,172 - $134,629 pa, including salary component $96,477 - $113,908 pa (Academic Level B), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

General enquiries can be directed to Professor Ester Cerin, Program Leader, Behaviour, Environment and Cognition Research Program on (03) 9230 8260.

Only candidates with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.

ACU is committed to diversity and social inclusion in its employment practices. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse groups are encouraged.

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Advertised: 20 Apr 2018 AUS Eastern Standard Time

Applications close: 14 May 2018 AUS Eastern Standard Time