The primary purpose of this role is to undertake research tasks that contribute to the work of the CCC’s Research unit.
We have a vision that our communities will be safe and supported by fair and ethical public institutions with a focus on those matters of highest threat to the Queensland community. As an organisation we are committed to this vision and as such our values of people, accountability, integrity, courage and excellence underpin everything we do at the CCC.
What We Offer
At the CCC our people have access to a range of employee benefits that promote career development, enhance employee wellbeing and encourage a healthy and balanced work and home life. When you join the CCC you can access the following benefits:
- salary packaging
- up to 12.75% superannuation
- flexible work options, including working from home
- access to paid parental leave
- accrued time off
- opportunity to purchase leave
- 17.5% annual leave loading
- health and wellbeing program
- study assistance
- access to a wide variety of training opportunities
- free annual influenza vaccination
- six star rated inner city location close to public transport
The ideal applicant will demonstrate capability in the following requirements:
- Experience in conducting research using social science research methods, preferably in a context relevant to the work of the CCC.
- Experience cleaning, analysing, interpreting and reporting quantitative data (for example, using Excel, STATA, SPSS, R, SAS, Python, Microsoft SQL Server or other similar programs).
- Experience undertaking legislative or policy analysis.
- Ability to complete research tasks to a high standard within agreed timeframes.
- Demonstrated analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to liaise, consult and negotiate effectively with a range of internal and external stakeholders.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to prepare a variety of research outputs in a timely manner.
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