Research Development Manager
University of Waikato
Hamilton, Waikato, NZ
1d ago
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Te Ngira : Institute for Population Research

Ko wai mātou? Who are we?

Te Ngira Institute for Population Research is a research institute situated within the Division of Arts, Law, Psychology and Social Sciences (ALPSS) at the University of Waikato.

  • We carry out world-leading research in four interconnected research platforms : Māori and Indigenous Populations; Population Health and Equity;
  • Population Change; and Migration.

    This position will support Te Ngira research staff in obtaining, managing and developing research projects which in turn will expand Te Ngira’s reputation, profile and delivery on research excellence.

    Of critical importance will be the development of plans to grow externally funded research activities and to oversee the associated finances and budgets.

    In this position you will report to the Director of Te Ngira.

    Ko wai koe? Who are you?

    You will have a relevant post graduate degree or equivalent management experience in a research environment. You will have an established and proven track record in project management of research projects including seeking external funding, managing research income and contributing to research outputs.

    Your extensive network and stakeholder relationship experience, including effective engagement with Māori or Pacific communities, will help you be successful in this position.

    You will be a team player that is self-motivated and able to work independently with a commitment to attention to detail and meeting deadlines including being able to work under pressure.

    It is also essential that you are a critical thinker and problem solver.

    He aha ngā take me tono mai ai koe? Why should you apply for this position?

    The University provides a satisfying work environment with many benefits to our staff including generous superannuation, options to study and leave and flexible working provisions.

    This is a continuing part time position (18.75 hours per week with flexibility around days and hours of work) and offers a salary range of $61,698 to $74,256 per annum, pro rata.

    Please note : The University has decided that, from 14 February 2022, all staff working on or entering any of its campuses or sites must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

    If successful, you will be required to provide proof of vaccination for this role.

    To view the position description please click here.

    How to Apply

    Applications close on Friday, 3 June 2022. Vacancy Number : 420219 For further information and to apply online, please click here

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