Positions Vacant

Positions Vacant

Two Contracted Positions – Project Officer/Assistant Director (Australian Public Servant Level 6/Executive Level 1 equivalent)

The Health Economics and Research Division of the Department of Health requires two contractors to assist with work in the Data and Analytics Branch. These positions will be located in the Health Informatics Section in ACT.

About the positions:

These are new positions.  One position will focus on data access, improvement and analysis.  The other position will focus on data governance.  The aim of these positions is to engage with key research organisations working in the data use and data governance space.  In particular, the applicants will work with the University of Sydney and the Digital Health Co-operative Research Centre to help to identify and complete projects of mutual interest to these organisations and the Commonwealth Department of Health.  Detailed Information in attached flyer

How to Apply:

Please provide a current CV, a written statement of claims (maximum 500 words) against the key capabilities, and details of two or more referees.  Please advise of your existing part-time or full-time status intentions in your statement of claims.

Contact Officer:

Barbara Whitlock
02 6289 7447
barbara.whitlock@health.gov.au

Applications to be submitted to:

Alice James
02 6289 4935
alice.james@health.gov.au

Closing Date: midnight Monday 12 August 2019

About employment with the Commonwealth Department of Health

The Commonwealth Department of Health is an equal opportunity employer. Our workplace culture values and champions the experiences, skills and perspectives of all employees. We support flexible work, and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and those with caring and parenting responsibilities to apply so we better represent the community that we serve. We aim to increase our representation of Indigenous Australians and employees with disability by having accessible processes, policies and practices, as well as utilising affirmative measures and

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