Survey Data Manager
Australian Institute of Family Studies
MelbourneClosing date: 26th February 2017
Are you ready to see your passion for data integrity and its contribution to quality research make a social impact? The Australian Institute of Family Studies is a world class research body dedicated to improving the wellbeing of families. We are recruiting a Survey Data Manager to join our highly respected Longitudinal Studies team. This role is a linchpin for a number of our high profile, flagship surveys including Growing Up in Australia - the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children and Building a New Life in Australia, a study into the settlement experiences of humanitarian migrants.
The Survey Data Manager plays a critical role in ensuring that the data we collect for these longitudinal studies (through a variety of instruments) and other complex databases we manage all meet the high standards required by academics and governments both in Australia and internationally.
Our ideal candidate has a strong track record of excellence in managing survey data. You might be an experienced data management professional working in government, academia or the private sector with a background or interest in survey data management. The ability to plan data management work, demonstrated commitment to data quality, meet project deadlines and write technical reports are essential technical skills, while excellent communication and interpersonal skills are critical for building and maintaining relationships with research staff and data users.
The position offers opportunities to deepen your expertise and leadership in data management, with high-profile exposure to national and international networks across government and academia. Opportunities for further career development in the wider analytical and methodological work across the Institute will also be available to the right candidate.
In addition to salary and 15.4 per cent superannuation, we offer a flexible and supportive workplace and generous leave provisions. Assistance to relocate to Melbourne may be offered to the right candidate.
Probation, health and character clearances (including police records check, Working with Children Check and security clearance) may apply to this position. Consideration may be given to the engagement of non-Australian citizens if other work visa requirements are met. Non-Australian citizens must advise their citizenship as part of the application process.
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