Now closed – We’re Hiring an Indigenous Intern

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The Commonwealth Government has invested $8.9 million to help build a national Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) and Indigenous eResearch infrastructure that will create new tools and platforms to extend researcher capacity. The Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) sits within Business Services and has been appointed to lead the initiative. It will focus on key projects across the three-year investment, including the Improving Indigenous Research Capability (IIRC) project. The IIRC project aims to establish the foundations for Indigenous data for future research, access, conservation and evidence-based knowledge creation, and seeks to transform data ecosystems to develop community-led research and drive global engagement.

About the Role
As the Indigenous Intern, you will provide high-level administrative support to the HASS Research Data Commons (RDC) Program Manager and the project leads of the IIRC project.

In a typical week at work, you may:

  • Provide administrative support for the project management of the IIRC and to the program manager of the HASS RDC in relation to Indigenous data, governance and other activities
  • Attend training as arranged by the Indigenous Data Network (IDN) or the ARDC
  • Build and sustain effective working relationships with colleagues and key stakeholders
  • This is an exciting entry-level opportunity available full-time, for 12 months. You will be a part of the IIRC Project Team of the Indigenous Data Network at the Indigenous Studies Unit and will gain exposure to a wide range of stakeholders and areas of research.

Applications Close 26 June

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