Full-time, 3 year fixed-term contract
Academic Level B, $94,910 - $112,364 plus 17% super
About the job
This is a position in the Swinburne Centre for Transitions (CUT) within the Faculty of Health, Arts and Design and Design. This position will specifically involve the fellow developing her or his program of research within and relating to Distinguished Professor Neville Owen’s broader program, which involves identifying novel approaches to reducing diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer risk through behavioural, social and environmental innovations. This will require building relationships with collaborators across the Faculty, Institutes and research centres, and with external groups and national and international collaborators. The role will include responsibilities for scientific correspondence literature reviewing, development of research instruments and materials, data collection and analysis, drafting academic papers for peer-reviewed journals and contributing to the writing of research grant applications.
To be successful in the role, you will have:
• An earned doctoral qualification in an area of health, behavioural, social or spatial sciences, or urban design
• Substantial knowledge of quantitative research methods
• Substantial knowledge of public health
A full list of the selection criteria is available within the position description
• Enjoy 50% study fee reduction
• Onsite child care
• Paid parental leave for primary caregivers and secondary caregiver
Further information and how to apply
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