Do you have a PhD which has been awarded within the last three years with an interest in public policy, the environment, science & technology, natural resources, foreign affairs, social policy, law, statistics or economics? Would you like to apply your research skills in the parliamentary environment?
The Australian Parliamentary Fellowship (the Fellowship) is managed by the Parliamentary Library on behalf of the Parliament. The purpose of the Fellowship is to:
- contribute to scholarship on the Parliament and its work;
- promote knowledge and understanding of the Parliament;
- raise awareness of the role of the Library’s Research service;
- provide a researcher with work experience in the parliamentary environment; and
- support “early career” scholars.
The Fellowship is of flexible duration (up to 6 months full time with provision for part time or broken periods of employment) in the Research Branch of the Parliamentary Library. A successful applicant for the 2021 Fellowship would be expected to take up the position in the second quarter of 2021.
The Fellow will be required to research and write a monograph on an approved project. The Library will publish the monograph provided it meets the Library’s publication standards. Further details are provided in the Duty Statement and Selection Criteria.
Currently, the salary range for this position is $84,910 - $95,433.
(The position may be held as an adjunct to other posts and attachments.)
Apply at: https://bit.ly/3lXtRap
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Contact Carlene Dunshea — firstname.lastname@example.org — 02 6277 2721
Applications must be submitted by 11.30pm AEDT, 31 January 2021