Employment opportunities

This page will regularly display upcoming employment opportunities within CIRA

 

Manager – Translation and Impact

  • Professional
  • Perth, Western Australia
  • Full Time

Date posted: 18/2/2022

  • $103,813 – 110,632 plus 17% superannuation
  • 2year, fixed term contract – full time
  • Possibility of extension subject to performance and ongoing funding
Job Reference: 855200
Applications close: 9:00pm AWST, Friday 4th March 2022
Contact details
If you would like further details about the role please contact Aoife Stapleton, Project Lead, Translation, and Impact at Email: Aoife.stapleton@curtin.edu.au
Please do not send your resume direct to the above contact. For queries in relation to the application process, please contact our careers team at curtincareers@curtin.edu.au
Your new role – Translation and Impact

CIRA and ICRAR have a strong track record in research translation and impact and are committed to engaging with partners to share our skills, knowledge, and expertise for mutual benefit. By collaborating across disciplines and industry sectors, we can help boost capability, develop new products, grow businesses, and create jobs.Working within this exciting environment, the Manager, Strategic Projects will apply their consulting and project management skills to plan, manage, and coordinate a range of strategic initiatives across the Faculty of Science and Engineering, including establishing capital works priorities.Your role is to build on our reputation for effective engagement and collaboration. You will work with the Translation and Impact Project Lead to identify, develop, and manage opportunities for engaging with industry, government, non-government organisations and communities to help us conquer our challenges; and for us to apply our capabilities to help them conquer theirs.

Your role will involve:

  • Developing a thorough appreciation of the capabilities and underlying skill sets of the CIRA Team (including science, data intensive science, engineering, and technology), and matching them to opportunities for collaboration and impact outside of radio astronomy.
  • Understanding the general and specific challenges CIRA faces—in the radio astronomy, instrumentation, and operational domains—and engaging industry to help us overcome them.
  • Identifying and leveraging opportunities to secure funding to support ICRAR’s Translation and Impact objectives.
  • High level engagement with a variety of internal and external stakeholders, including government, funding agencies, industry, ICRAR, Curtin, and other universities.

 

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