Senior Research and Education Advisor
Position title: Senior Research and Education Adviser
Salary range: APS 6 - salary from $83,809 to $95,739 + 15.4% superannuation
Position offered: Ongoing role - full time or part-time (our Agency is committed to supporting flexible ways of working)
Closing date: Midnight, Tuesday 14 September 2021 – we will review applications as they arrive.
Contact Officer: Janin Bredehoeft, Research, Analytics and Education Executive Manager
Contact number: (02) 9432 7000
The Senior Research and Education Adviser is a key member of the Research, Analytics and Education team that seeks to educate and influence positive change in Australian workplaces by:
- Developing, writing, and promoting informed evidence-based research and education resources in gender equality ready for public dissemination and discussion.
- Collaborating strategically to build strong relationships between the Agency and its stakeholders, with an initial primary focus on public sector reporting.
- Using the Agency’s world leading data to position it as the leading source of information and advice on workplace gender equality issues.
- Providing expertise advice across communities of practice and various education channels, including presentation, workshops, eLearning, video, screencast, and podcast.
The Senior Research and Education Adviser will be responsible for the management and delivery of education and research projects, monitoring, collating, developing, and disseminating relevant gender equality resources. A key part of this role will be the management of the public sector reporting project, focusing on identifying and liaising with relevant stakeholders. This role is also responsible for creating and updating the educational tools and resources (including online educational material, presentations, screencasts, and webinars).
Key capabilities for success in this role include the ability to critically analyse new and existing gender equality literature to ensure that the Agency’s education material, insight papers reflect emerging best practice in addressing workplace gender inequality.
Working with us
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