Work Type/s: Part time (0.5EFT), fixed term until 30 June 2024
Classification/s: Community Development, Health Care and Administration
Location: Melbourne CBD
Applications close: CLOSED
Senior Data Analyst and Project Officer
About the organisation
Women’s Health Victoria is a statewide women’s policy, health promotion, advocacy and support service with a proud history of 30 years. We are an independent, feminist, not-for-profit organisation. We advocate and build system capacity for a gendered approach to health that reduces inequalities and improves health outcomes for women.
We offer excellent salary packaging benefits, flexible working arrangements and the opportunity to be involved in making a difference in the lives of Victorian women. Our work covers five priority areas: Sexual and Reproductive Health, Prevention of Violence Against Women, Mental Health and Body Image, Women’s Equality and Women with Cancer.
About the role
We are seeking values driven, innovative and experienced professional for our Policy, Health Promotion and Advocacy Unit.
The Senior Data Analyst and Project Officer is responsible for leading a project to undertake analysis for and write up a suite of reports on Victorian abortion and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) access data based on 1800 My Options, the Victorian Women’s Health Atlas, key informant interviews and other relevant data sources from 2017/18 to 2022/23.
As a passionate advocate for women’s health and gender equality, you are proactive, accountable (for self and others), people focused and inclusive. You are an effective communicator who actively shares ideas, information and resources to achieve positive outcomes.
As the Senior Data Analyst and Project Officer, you will operate within a supportive and structured environment and will need to have:
- Understanding of the social determinants of health and impact on a person’s health experiences across the lifespan, particularly for women and underserved communities
- Highly developed organisational and project management skills
- Demonstrated experience leading quantitative research projects, including design, implementation and preparation of written reports.
If you are looking for a great role in an innovative, flexible and supportive, feminist environment, where you can make a significant difference to the lives of women and girls across Victoria, check out the position description below and get your application in.
A position description is available here.
Preferred start date as soon as possible but preferably no later than 5th February 2024
Apply by submitting a resume and cover letter of no more than 2 pages outlining your suitability to the position in line with the selection criteria.
If you require technical support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: 10pm Sunday 28th January 2024
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 31 January and Thursday 1 February 2024 and the successful candidate will commence as soon as possible.
For any questions about the role please contact:
Kate Johnston-Ataata, Manager Policy, Health Promotion and Advocacy
All appointments require the right to live and work without restrictions in Australia and are subject to satisfactory police records and reference checks.
We are committed to providing a safe and inclusive working environment that embraces and values safety, diversity and flexibility.
We welcome and encourage applications from women with diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, women living with a disability, women from migrant and refugee backgrounds and women of diverse sexual orientations.
We support flexible and accessible working arrangements for all and are committed to ensuring that all jobs can be performed flexibly within a hybrid model. If you're short listed for a role and are looking for flexibility, we encourage you to start the conversation with us to find out what options may be possible for the role you're applying for.WHV EO Exemption No. H351/2019