- Multiple Federal Government Opportunities in Sydney CBD
- 12-month contract with possibility of extension
- $602.55 per day + super
Our Client is a Federal Government body that supports Australians and their families by valuing a positive contemporary attitude to disability. They are currently seeking skilled individuals for two exciting roles within the Research and Evaluation Branch within this growing Federal Government department with their mission to shape policies and practices through robust evidence and pioneering approaches.
1. EL1 Assistant Director Evidence-based Practice
As the EL1 Assistant Director of Evidence-based Practice, you will be at the heart of ensuring our policies are rooted in sound evidence. Your role will involve:
- Utilising your expertise in evidence-based practice, knowledge translation, and implementation science to support our projects.
- Collaborating with internal and external partners to transform research into actionable strategies.
- Spearheading initiatives to encourage evidence-informed decision making, including fostering online learning and communities of practice.
- Crafting resources that effectively communicate research discoveries to diverse audiences.
- Supporting the infusion of evidence-based methods into policy and practice.
- Maintaining meticulous records of projects using dedicated research software.
- Developing internal reports and presentations for stakeholders that distill findings into actionable insights.
- Expertise in evidence-based practice and knowledge translation preferred.
Step into the role of EL1 Assistant Director for Practice Leadership and drive positive change in how we serve our customers. Key responsibilities include:
- Leveraging your expertise in knowledge translation, implementation science, and behavioral insights to support projects related to workforce development and education.
- Designing and leading the development of a practice leadership approach that enhances our workforce's consistency and evidence-based nature.
- Collaborating with cross-functional teams to integrate evidence-based approaches into policy and practice.
- Nurturing relationships across the organization to facilitate knowledge exchange.
- Maintaining comprehensive project records using research software or platforms.
- Crafting internal reports and presentations that make complex findings accessible to stakeholders.
- Embracing management tasks as required to contribute to broader organizational goals.
- Promoting the pivotal role of the Research and Evaluation Branch.
- Expertise in behavioural insights, workforce development and knowledge translation preferred.
For all roles, qualifications in disability, allied health, public health or related discipline (PhD or post grad qualifications) preferred.
Why Choose Our Research and Evaluation Branch?
- Meaningful Impact: Contribute to shaping policies and practices through robust evidence and strategic insights.
- Collaborative Culture: Work alongside experts, stakeholders, and partners who share your passion for research and progress.
- Professional Growth: Embrace opportunities to lead teams, develop leadership skills, and influence innovation.
- Dynamic Environment: Thrive in an environment that fosters learning, diversity, and creative problem-solving.
These are 12 month assignments offering a day rate of $602.55 + super. Positions are based in Sydney CBD with up to 2 days per week WFH flexibility following training.
Applicants must hold Australian Citizenship to be considered. To be considered, please Apply Now through the available link, or contact Ankita on (02) 9200 3683.
DFP welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. In addition, DFP will provide reasonable adjustments for individuals with disability throughout the recruitment process. If you identify as a person with disability and require adjustments to the application, recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please advise via email@example.com or 1300 337 000 and indicate your preferred method of communication (email, phone, text) so we can keep in touch and meet your accessibility needs.