202 Greenhill Road Eastwood, SA
- Join the fight to beat cancer
- Permanent, full time positions
- Located on city fringe
Cancer Council SA’s vision is to beat cancer by funding critical cancer research, delivering cancer prevention, education and advocacy programs and providing support to people affected by cancer. Ultimately we aim to save lives and improve the quality of life of South Australians. We have served the community for over 80 years and have an enviable reputation as one of SA’s most trusted charities.
As a part of the Services, Research and Public Policy Department, the Researcher positions are vital in undertaking research and evaluation activities that contribute to our Cancer Support and Prevention programs and services, specifically, the design and implementation of evaluation plans and monitoring studies, the collection and analyses of data and reporting of findings.
With Postgraduate qualifications in psychology or behavioural research, the successful candidate will have a proven ability to take responsibility for research and/or evaluation project development and implementation including experience mentoring and supervising junior staff and students. They will have a thorough understanding of qualitative and quantitative research methods including the development, analysis and reporting of population data.
Further details regarding the position can be found in the position description. Applications are to include a cover letter, curriculum vitae and document addressing the person specifications, applications close 20 January 2017.
For enquiries, please contact Tania Plueckhahn on 8291 4178.
Cancer Council SA is an equal opportunity employer committed to effective volunteer involvement and maintains a non-smoking environment.
As a part of our recruitment process you may be required to undertake a medical assessment, police clearance check and/or any practical assessment deemed appropriate to the role.