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Looking for an opportunity to work with leading academics and outstanding professional staff? NDARC is hiring an Associate Professor, Indigenous Research Lead.

Associate Professor, Indigenous Research Lead (National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre)

  • Employment Type: Full - time (35 hours a week)
  • Duration: 3-Year Fixed Term opportunity 
  • Remuneration: $173K - $190K p.a. (+17% super and leave loading)
  • Location: Randwick, Sydney. (Hybrid working, at least 3 days in the office)

Why this role matters:

This position will provide leadership for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research and engagement within the National Drug & Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC). The incumbent will work closely with the NDARC Office of Director (including Centre Director, Research Director and Deputy Directors) to oversee and develop a program of work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities aimed at reducing the harms from alcohol and other drug use.

This role will have the opportunity to build a team – initial recruitment of up to two Research Fellows and two HDR scholarships.

Why choose NDARC at UNSW, Sydney?

The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) at UNSW Sydney is Australia’s leading research group in the alcohol and other drugs (AOD) sector. The work you do has a ripple effect far beyond your immediate role. We have a reputation for doing work that benefits others. Here, you can put your skills into the service of something bigger. Whether you contribute by making progress in your field, improving the lives of students or the wider community, this is a place where your work will feel meaningful.

As a G08 university, we are globally recognised for making an impact and it’s our people who make this happen. We are Australia’s #1 university for impact in research, and we’re one of the top 20 employers in Australia.

Applications close:  Thursday 29th February 2024 before 11.30pm.

Full position and application details available here.

This position is open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants only.