Research Performance Analyst
- 3 years full-time appointment
- HEW 8 Salary $89,198 - $100,841 per annum
- 17 percent superannuation plus 6 weeks annual leave
- Casuarina Campus
Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Office of Research and Innovation (ORI) delivers high quality centralised research service across CDU including: business development and grant submissions, post award administration, ethics and integrity, higher degree research (HDR) student administration, research training for research staff and students, HDR scholarship management and training and the collection, analysis and reporting of the University’s research activities.
As the Research Performance Analyst you are responsible for delivering a suite of research and innovation management data reporting solutions and services from initiation to completion.
To be successful you require a postgraduate qualification in project management, with the ability to manage specialised tasks requiring high level analytical skills and the application of professional, technical and administrative knowledge. Proven high level analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills, including experience analysing data from multiple sources, making strategic recommendations and taking innovative approaches with outstanding results is essential.
Applications Close: 26 February 2018
For more information please contact Mrs Christine Edward, Manager – Research Systems and Performance, on (08) 8946 7008 or Christine.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Statement of Claim:
Attention Applicants: It is a requirement of this selection process that applicants provide a Current Resume / CV, a Statement of Claim addressing the Selection Competencies as listed in the Position Profile.
CDU Diversity Statement:
Charles Darwin University embraces diversity and the innovative ideas, perspectives and experiences our diverse workforce contributes. As a leading employer within the Northern Territory, Charles Darwin University is committed to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to achieve their career aspirations. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.