About the position
The position will involve critical appraisal of current evidence and theory relating to LGBTI health and wellbeing, participation in key research and evaluation activities relating to LGBTI health and wellbeing, translation and dissemination of research findings to both academic and non-academic audiences using a variety of communication mediums, synthesis of current research to support advocacy, policy, training initiatives and funding submissions.
Skills and Experience
To be considered for this position, you will possess completion of a PhD or evidence of experience in LGBTI research and knowledge translation. You will possess the natural ability to work effectively under limited supervision or independently and have the ability to tailor writings for academic and non-academic audiences with additional experience in the analysis of data.
Applications close: Sunday 28 April 2019 by 11.55pm AEST.