Casual Research Assistants: Buckle Up
The Driving Change: Buckle-Up Safely project, which focuses on safe travel for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in cars, is currently looking for research assistants to talk with parents about how their children (aged 1-9 years) travel in cars. The survey is part of a collaborative study involving researchers from: The George Institute for Global Health, Poche Centre for Indigenous Health, Neuroscience Research Australia, Australian Health Services Research Institute, University of Wollongong and University of Sydney. We will be working in: Taree, Kempsey, Raymond Terrace, Wagga Wagga, Griffith, Dareton-Wentworth, Dubbo and Condobolin.
If you are:
- Able to work effectively as a member of a team
- Comfortable speaking with parents of young children
- Able to work flexible hours
- Available to work in one of the areas listed above for about 4 hours a day 3-5 days, flexible from mid-September
- Willing to sign a Working with Children declaration
- Experienced in engaging with Aboriginal community members
- Would like to gain some experience with a collaborative research team on a community based child safety project?
Then, please contact Kate Hunter on 02 8238 2411 or email@example.com
Or Sharmane Mannix 9657 0350 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an Identified Position
In this position, the incumbent’s race is a genuine occupational qualification and authorised by Section 14(d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. The George Institute will accept proof of Aboriginality confirming the incumbent:
- Is of Aboriginal descent
- Identifies as an Aboriginal person, and
- Is accepted by the Aboriginal community in which they live.
To apply, please send your CV and Cover letter through to email@example.com with the subject heading 'Casual Research Assistant, Buckle Up'
Type of career: Jobs
City: Sydney and regional NSW
Application close date: 16/10/2015