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Research Fellow - National Drug Research Institute

Curtin University of Technology - Perth, WA

Education, Childcare & Training
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

Full Job Description
18 months, full-time
$101,078 - $119,738(ALB) + 17% Superannuation
Salary will be commensurate with the experience of the successful candidate
Job Reference: 650083

“Curtin University considers that being Aboriginal or a Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational requirement for this position under section 50D of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (WA).”

Curtin University is ranked in the top 200 universities worldwide (ARWU 2017), and in the top 1% in the world for universities under the age of 50 (QS World University Rankings 2017). Curtin is industry-facing, highly engaged with relevant partners, and a major global player, with well-integrated campuses in Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai and Mauritius.

About the National Drug Research Institute (NDRI)

The NDRI mission is to conduct and disseminate high quality research that supports evidence informed policy, strategies and practice to prevent and minimise alcohol and other drug-related health, social and economic harms among individuals, families and communities in Australia. NDRI research has informed and contributed significantly to policy and evidence-based practice in Australia and internationally.

Research from the NDRI Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Program contributes to the prevention and reduction of the burden of harm caused by alcohol and other drugs (AOD) amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities. The Program is led by an Aboriginal Senior Research Fellow Dr Jocelyn Jones. The Research:

Focuses on the inter-related topics of changing patterns of AOD use, factors related to, and the impact of, harmful use on individuals, families and communities, efficient and effective provision of services, and improved policy responses.
Is based on well-established partnerships with Aboriginal community controlled health organisations, with Aboriginal community stakeholders and organisations actively involved in all aspects of research from planning through to translation into policy and strategies.
Your new role

A unique and exciting opportunity has arisen for the right person to join the NDRI Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Program and further enhance NDRI as a centre of best practice in conducting community driven research. You will work in an established multidisciplinary team of dynamic researchers who undertake original and community-driven research that aims to change policy and improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities in relation to alcohol and other drug use. You will work closely with the Program Leader and your role will support the work of the team and the team’s comprehensive and community relevant research agenda.

The role primarily involves research-based activities, making major and innovative contributions to the field of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander AOD research, research translation and capacity building.

Criteria. You will:
Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
Possess a tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline; a PhD is desirable.
Have a proven track record in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and/or social research;
Have a strong track record of community involvement and engagement that will enable you to develop and maintain relationships with key Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and organisations and other stakeholders at a local, state and national level;
Have demonstrated capacity to assist the team to work with community and government stakeholders to identify and action a coherent program of quality research aligned to community needs, and the University’s and NDRI’s research strategies;
Demonstrate the capacity to contribute to the NRDI Aboriginal and Torres Islander teams program of research consistent with the Strategic Plan current for NDRI and Curtin University, including being a chief investigator in applications for nationally competitive research grants and/or fellowships;
Ability to write quality standard research outputs and contribute to academic publications.
Demonstrate the capacity to support research translation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities; and
Disseminate research findings through research teaching, seminars, lectures, workshops and conferences.
What we offer you

The Faculty of Health Sciences offers exciting career paths and trajectories including:

Conducting innovative work that will make real-world differences
Interactions with and learnings from industry, government and academic partners For details of Curtin’s employee benefits please visit https://about.curtin.edu.au/jobs/
What we need from you

Most importantly you should address the criteria outlined in this advert. Your cover letter and CV should include sufficient information to allow us to assess your claims against the selection criteria at either of the two levels you nominate.

Applications close: Thursday 8th April 2021, 8pm AWST

For more information regarding the role's Position Description, please email curtincareers@curtin.edu.au

Please note, screening and interviews may take place prior to the advertised close date.

Valuing Diversity and Affirmative Action

At Curtin, we are committed to Aboriginal reconciliation, gender equity, diversity and social justice and aim to create an inclusive environment where our staff and students are valued and inspired. This includes a supportive recruitment process; please advise us if you require access assistance.

Explore some more: http://ndri.curtin.edu.au/

For further information please contact Dr Jocelyn Jones, Senior Research Fellow on 08 9266 1616 or j.jones@curtin.edu.au.

Disclaimer

Curtin reserves the right at its sole discretion to withdraw from the recruitment process, not to make an appointment, or to appoint by invitation, at any time.