APS6 Senior Data Analysts Bulk Round


The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) is seeking talented and enthusiastic Senior Data Analysts to provide data analysis, technical and non-technical written work and research project support to units across the organisation.
 

Under general direction you will be required to:

  1. Undertake complex research and statistical analysis and interpretation of data in the fields of responsibility of the relevant Unit.
  2. Provide advice on technical and administrative matters to senior managers.
  3. Undertake a range of research, design, project planning or development tasks.
  4. Plan, organise and manage projects, including designing, researching, analysing and presenting information in various formats, and supporting relevant working groups and/or committees.
  5. Liaise and negotiate with other areas of the AIHW, other government agencies, State and Local authorities and/or business or community organisations, and represent the Institute at meetings as appropriate to the responsibilities above.

We encourage applicants from a wide range of skills and disciplines. This may include (but is not limited to) those with qualifications and/or relevant work experience in statistics, epidemiology, demography, data science, health informatics, economics, actuarial studies, accounting, health sciences, social sciences, data mining, predictive modelling or geospatial/GIS (geographic information system) mapping.


Applying

For further information about this role and how to apply, please review the position description available on our careers website. Applicants must register and apply via the AIHW e-Recruit system on the AIHW website.

Your application should include:

  1. A short narrative or dot point pitch (1000 words max) highlighting your skill set, technical expertise and experience in relation to the above selection criteria
  2. Your current CV and provide the names of two referees.

Closing Date:  11:30pm, Sunday 31 May 2020

Contact officer: Michael Robinson, ***************@aihw.gov.au, 02 6249 5***