Individual Deprivation Measure: short-term survey analysis opportunity

The Individual Deprivation Measure (IDM) is a new, gender-sensitive and multidimensional measure of poverty. The IDM Program is a partnership between The Australian National University and the International Women’s Development Agency, with funding from DFAT. The ANU-IDM team, based within the Development Policy Centre at Crawford School of Public Policy, is looking for a suitably qualified person to undertake analysis of survey data on a short-term basis.

The successful person will need:

1. A strong background in quantitative social science analysis, including survey-based research; preferably PhD qualified.

2. Strong knowledge of SPSS for data analysis, and other statistical packages.

3. Conceptual and applied knowledge of the analyses mentioned above.

4. Ability to visualise analysis (tables, charts, other) with SPSS and/or Excel.

 We need someone who is Canberra-based and available for an immediate start. Expressions of interest and CV should be sent to by 3 June 2016.

Sharon Bessell

Dr Sharon Bessell is the Director of Research at Crawford School of Public Policy and Director of the Crawford School’s Children’s Policy Centre.

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