Research Manager | Part-time .5 FTE | Work from home
- Be part of a small team on a transformational journey
- Lead innovative research activities
- Collaborate on global research projects
An exciting opportunity for an experienced research lead to become part of a small team that supports girls’ schools and the education of girls around the world. You’ll be given the opportunity to challenge yourself, work with inspiring people, and make a contribution to girls’ education.
Bring your experience to work collaboratively with researchers and stakeholders to provide research services within the Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia. Contribute to global projects with our international affiliates and help position the Alliance as the go-to for research on girls’ education.
This role is a part-time position, it requires working remotely in a virtual workplace and the ability to work independently and with initiative, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
As the Research Manager you will lead the Alliance’s research operations, managing our extensive digital research library, abstracting and curating relevant research to enable the delivery of high-level services to support teaching and learning in girls’ schools.
You’ll work alongside academics, practitioners and leaders in girls’ education and support the Executive Officer and Director of Communications to deliver the Alliance’s research strategy and services.
If this sounds like a position that suits your current career focus we look forward to hearing from you.
About the Alliance
The Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia is the region’s leading voice for the education and empowerment of girls and young women. We connect educators from our 185-plus member schools across six countries representing over 132,000 girls and over 17,000 educators.
Research has long been a strategic priority for the Alliance. We provide educators of girls with access to relevant, useful research, and deliver analyses of the latest academic studies into girls’ learning and wellbeing while also engaging and exposing audiences to new ideas, thought-leaders, and data that they might otherwise not encounter.
The Alliance is committed to being a Child Safe organisation. All staff are required to hold a valid Working with Children Check.
To apply for this role
Please include a cover letter of no more than 2 pages which addresses the key selection criteria in a concise way and explains how you are a good fit for the role, include your CV and contact details for two referees.
If you are interested in this role and want to know more about it, you are strongly encouraged to contact Loren Bridge, Executive Officer, (e) [email protected] (m) +61 408 842445
Friday 18 November 2021, 5.00 pm AEDT