OverviewHunter New England Local Health District Research Officer Temporay in Newcastle NSW
Hunter New England Local Health District
Branch Newcastle NSW AU
Tertiary qualifications in health or social sciences relevant to mental health or health promotion research and/or substantial proven work experience in this…
The Research Officer will work with the research team to ensure the efficient and effective day-to-day completion of research activities and deliverables, working in mental health and suicide prevention at a local, state and national level.
The Hunter Institute of Mental Health is a leading national organisation dedicated to reducing mental ill-health, reducing suicide and improving wellbeing.
The Hunter Institute of Mental Health is a non-clinical service and our work is funded by Commonwealth and state agreements, industry and private grants and is carried out at a local, state and national level. For further information please visit www.himh.org.au
This is a Full time position, however job-share arrangements will be considered.
An eligibility list will be created for similary positions, both Permanent and Temporary, in the future.
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Tertiary qualifications in health or social sciences relevant to mental health or health promotion research and/or substantial proven work experience in this area
Demonstrated ability and experience working in a research team to deliver high quality project outcomes in a timely manner
Capacity to work effectively and cooperatively within a team environment and to work autonomously without supervision
Demonstrated communication and organisation skills evidenced in the production of a broad range of documents including briefs, research scopes and reports
Demonstrated capacity to communicate with a range of internal and external stakeholders to form collaborative working relationships
Knowledge and/or demonstrated skills in data analysis (quantitative and qualitative)
Demonstrated knowledge of the principles and evidence base for mental health promotion, illness prevention and suicide prevention
Employment Type: Temporary
Location: Newcastle, NSW, AU
Posted on: 2017-04-21