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The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at La Trobe University is advertising new positions:
Research Officer (60% of full-time, Level A)
To work on a new Australian Research Council (ARC) project called ‘The technological transformation of sex’. This project will focus on individual and cultural implications of the uptake of new digital technologies into adult sexual lives, through such things as the use of sexting or amateur film production, or the use of new mechanical devices or medical products to enhance sexual experience. Would suit an early career research with specialism in qualitative methods. Click here for more details. Closing date is 28th April 2019.
Research Officer – Knowledge Translation (80% of full-time, Level A)
The position will involve critical appraisal of current evidence and theory relating to LGBTI health and well-being, participation in key research and evaluation activities relating to LGBTI health and well-being, translation and dissemination of research findings to both academic and non-academic audiences using a variety of communication mediums, synthesis of current research to support advocacy, policy, training initiatives and funding submissions. Would suit an early career researcher who is interested in research impact. No methods specialism is required but the ability to interpret findings from both qualitative and quantitative research is required. Click here for more details. Closing date is 28th April 2019.
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