/ Home

Statistics Jobs in Australia: 2011 July - September

ANZSTAT mailing list, 24 August 2011

Statistics and Research Officer

Department for Families and Communities

The Department for Families and Communities in South Australia is currently advertising a statistical position within the Research Unit.

Statistics and Research Officer (ASO5)

The Statistics and Research Officer is a role within the Research Unit, Business Affairs, Department for Families and Communities (South Australia) and is accountable to the Manager, Research Unit for:
* Using advanced statistical techniques to undertake or contribute to complex research and evaluation projects across the span of DFC portfolio's business.
* Using project and planning skills to monitor project progress and ensure work is completed in the required time frame.
* Effectively communicating with a wide range of stakeholders, including verbally and through high quality reports and data summaries and developing productive and effective collaborative working relationships with a range of stakeholders.

Eligibility: Non-Public Sector Employees May Apply

Special Conditions: Successful applicant will be required to satisfactorily complete a Background Screening and National Criminal History Record Check (NCHRC) prior to being employed and every three years.

Role Status: Term for 12 months

Remuneration: $64,413 - $72,155 (ASO5)

Location: Adelaide CBD

Applications close: 5pm on 2 September 2011

Enquiries to: Ms Nancy Rogers, Manager, Research Unit, Business Affairs, telephone 8413 8170, email nancy.rogers@dfc.sa.gov.au

Note: Safety is a core value of the South Australian Public Sector. Please note you are not required to address the Role Description criteria. You must complete the questions from the On-line Application Form. For further information and how to apply for this role please visit our DFC Website.

Application Instructions: You will be required to attach your current résumé/curriculum vitae and answer the four mandatory behavioural questions during this process, prior to clicking the 'Submit Application'. Therefore, it is recommended to allow enough time to complete the whole application.

To apply please follow the online process at http://www.dfc.sa.gov.au/careers


Home - About Us - Contact Us
Copyright © Gordon Smyth