- Part time (0.6FTE) / fixed term for 12 months at Charles Perkins Centre, Camperdown (potential for extension contingent on funding and offers some flexible work arrangements)
- Opportunity for a senior research officer to research on eating disorders
- Base Salary $117,116 - $132, 079 + 17% superannuation
About the opportunity
The InsideOut Institute for Eating Disorders and Australian Eating Disorders Research and Translation Centre are seeking a Senior Research Officer to lead data analysis on a funded program of research related to improving clinical outcomes for people with eating disorders. This position will be based at the Charles Perkins Centre, Camperdown campus.
Your key responsibilities will be to:
- conduct advanced statistical analysis using linked administrative health, education and clinical data
- involved in data preparation and management of linked datasets
- contribute to the development of statistical analysis plans, preparation of results, visualisation and reporting of research to various audiences
- collaborate and liaise with a multidisciplinary team of academics, clinicians, consumers, policy makers and other stakeholders
- contribute to developing new grant and funding applications, and more broadly to other research projects within the team.
- postgraduate or masters’ qualifications in epidemiology, statistics, biostatistics, public health or health with a strong component in epidemiology/biostatistics, or a related degree
- demonstrated experience in data preparation, data management, and analysis of large, population-based linked administrative health and clinical datasets
- advanced biostatistical analytical skills, e.g multilevel models, causal inference methods, machine learning
- experience in preparing and reporting results for peer reviewed publications, reports, and presentations, including to lay audiences
- excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication and presentation skills to a wide range of audiences
- proven ability to work independently, initiate, organise and manage projects; and as part of a multidisciplinary team
- demonstrated ability to organise and prioritise work with competing priorities and sometimes limited supervision.
Tuesday 26 September 2023 11:59 PM