The e61 Institute is seeking dynamic economists to shed light on the most important economic and social challenges facing Australia. We are looking for people that are passionate about combining innovative micro-level datasets with modern policy evaluation tools to answer important policy questions.
The e61 Institute is seeking a research manager with a background in applied micro data research. We are looking for someone that can manage a team of researchers and contribute to the delivery of key policy research programs that address Australia’s most pressing economic and social challenges.
Workforce Australia is Australia’s suite of employment support programs. Workforce Australia is currently assisting over 650,000 Australian job seekers to find and maintain employment. Workforce Australia brings with it a range of interesting economic challenges, and the roles reflect this diversity.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for Lecturers (Level B) and a Senior Lecturer (Level C) to focus their efforts on growing their profile in research, teaching and service and engagement. We plan to recruit up to four outstanding candidates, of which one may be at Level C. As a teaching and research academic at Level B or C, you will aspire to achieve international recognition in your field of research.
Learn more about a research and teaching career at the Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Melbourne.
This balanced academic position is responsible for developing, delivering and coordinating courses within UniSA Business undergraduate and postgraduate programs and will contribute to the units’ research agenda programs in the area of Economics with a focus in data analytics.