Provide high level advice and support to the JCU research community to enhance JCU’s research performance
- Provide key research grant support
- Work alongside world leading scientists
- Enjoy a tropical lifestyle whilst still achieving your career goals.
We offer an exciting opportunity for an Research Grants and Opportunities Advisor ($83,724 - $92,085) to join our world-leading institution at James Cook University (JCU). A full time, continuing appointment, this position is based at JCU Townsville.
What you can accomplish in the Role
This key position offers an exciting opportunity to provide comprehensive advice and guidance and to work collaboratively with the JCU research community to provide excellence in research grant support that enhances the competitiveness of our research grant applications.
What you will bring to the Role
With an aptitude for exceptional communication, collaboration and interpersonal skills you will foster a culture of cross collaboration with academic researchers, government, industry and community to provide guidance to source targeted funding and highlight collaborative opportunities. Your demonstrated strategic thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills in relation to research activity, research guidelines, procedures and initiatives will see you succeed in this interesting and varied role supporting the research of the future.
Consistently voted in the top 2% of universities worldwide, JCU offers a culturally diverse working environment with opportunities for professional and personal growth as well as diverse career opportunities. JCU prides itself on being dedicated to teaching, learning and research that is not only of high quality, but also delivers practical benefits to the peoples and industries of the region.
We support our people through the provision of:
- generous superannuation scheme with 17% employer contributions
- ongoing professional and career development
- attractive options for salary packaging
How to Apply
Visit the Careers at JCU website - vacancy reference 17105