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Research Associate - Centre For Future Health Systems/faculty Of Law & Justice

Last update 2024-04-18
Expires 2024-04-17
ID #2101203816
140,802 AU$
Research Associate - Centre For Future Health Systems/faculty Of Law & Justice
Australia, New South Wales, Sydney,
Modified April 4, 2024


Research Associate - Centre For Future Health Systems/Faculty of Law & Justice Research & Fellowships, Other (Education & Training) Full time $85,305 - $140,802 + 17% Super and leave loading Research Associate/Senior Research Associate – Centre For Future Health Systems/Faculty of Law & Justice Employment Type: Full-time (35 hour week)Duration: 5 year fixed term contract Remuneration: Level A/B dependent on experience Location: Kensington, NSW (Hybrid Flexible Working)Full Australian working rights required About the Centre for Future Health Systems: The Centre for Future Health Systems is a newly established research, policy and advocacy initiative based at the University of New South Wales and supported by The Ian Potter Foundation, that aims to improve health systems to deliver equitable, sustainable and person-centred health care for all people.

The Centre focuses ten years or more from now to explore what health systems should look like to best meet community needs.

The Centre has adopted a truly interdisciplinary approach that includes not only experts from the health sector, but also from other disciplines including computer science, technology, law and ethics, business and economics, social science and Your Role Matters: As a Research Associate/Senior Research Associate, you will be expected to carry out both independent and collaborative team research on aspects of future health systems, contributing to the research effort of the Centre for Future Health Systems whilst maintaining strong links with researchers in the Faculty of Law and responsibilities will include: Developing and maintaining a strong linkage to researchers in the Faculty of Law & Justice Contributing to the development of applications for competitive funding under the guidance of senior colleagues.

Participating as a co-investigator or chief investigator in competitive grant applications, or show evidence of active participation in research collaborations funded by competitive grants.

Designing research projects.

Mentoring and guiding students and colleagues and develop the next generation of academics through involvement in supervision of HDRs Who You Are: To be considered at a level A: A degree in law (LLB, JD or equivalent) or another relevant discipline.

A Ph D in a related discipline, or substantial progress towards completion of the Ph D, and/or relevant work experience.

Proven commitment to proactively keeping up to date with knowledge and developments in future health systems.

Demonstrated ability to undertake high quality academic research, including literature reviews and rapid evidence synthesis and/or other contributions to law reform, policy and other processes, and to conduct independent research with limited supervision.

Demonstrated track record of publications and/or conference presentations and/or other contributions to law reform, policy or other processes, relative to opportunity.

Demonstrated ability to work in a team, collaborate across disciplines and build effective relationships.

Evidence of highly developed interpersonal skills.

Demonstrated ability to communicate and interact with a diverse range of stakeholders and be considered at a level b (in addition to the above): Demonstrated track record in research with outcomes of high quality and high impact with clear evidence of the desire and ability to continually achieve research excellence as well as the capacity for research leadership.

A track record of involvement with health-related industries, health-related research or relevant legal and policy aspects of health, aged care or other fields relevant to health systems.

High level communication skills and ability to network effectively and interact with a diverse range of students and staff from different research disciplines.

Please refer to the position description for a full list of accountabilities and selection criteria.

UNSW is committed to helping staff balance work-life responsibilities, by providing access to high-quality services, facilities, and flexible work and leave arrangements.

Academic staff have the option to UNSW values, encourages and supports academics engaging with government, industry and the community.

Academic staff have the opportunity to perform paid outside work in addition to their UNSW employment of up to 52 days per to Apply: Submit your application online before 22 April at 11:55pm.

Your application should include a document addressing the Selection Criteria (skills and experience on the position description).

A copy of the Position Description can be found on in Touch (for job related queries only – applications will not be accepted if sent to the contact listed): UNSW is committed to evolving a culture that embraces equity and supports a diverse and inclusive community where everyone can participate fairly, in a safe and respectful environment.

We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and encourage applications from people of diverse gender, sexual orientation, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people with disability and those with caring and family responsibilities.

UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Research associate - centre for future health systems/faculty of law & justice

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