- Full-time or part-time, non-ongoing (Parental leave cover for 11 months commencing January 2020.) Great culture and flexible working hours
- Great opportunity to work as part of team making change in Australian workplaces
- Using the Agency’s world leading data to position it as the leading source of information and advice on
workplace gender equality issues
WGEA is a unique federal government agency that assists Australian organisations develop leading edge business practices to progress gender equality in the workplace.
The Senior Research and Education Adviser is a key member of the Research and Analytics team that seeks to educate and influence positive change in Australian workplaces by:
- Developing and promoting informed, evidence-based research and education resources in the area of gender equality ready for public dissemination and discussion
- Collaborating strategically to build strong relationships between the Agency and its stakeholders
- Using the Agency’s world leading data to position it as the leading source of information and advice on workplace gender equality issues
The Senior Research and Education Adviser will be responsible for the management and delivery of research projects, monitoring collating, and disseminating relevant gender diversity and related research, and managing internal and external research requests. This role is also responsible for creating and updating the educational resources (including online educational material, presentations).
Key projects over 2020 include:
- Reviewing the Agency’s reporting questionnaire
- Supporting the review and update of the Agency’s ‘Guide to pay equity’ and the ‘Guide to setting targets’
- Research for the insight papers on ‘Gender Segregation in the workplace’, ‘Gender equality in trade and supply chain’, and ‘Shaping workplaces of the future’
The Agency encourages and welcomes applications from people of all genders, Indigenous Australians, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and mature-age people.