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The Research Assistant role sits within our Research and Development Hub, a business unit within NCIWR undertaking research and policy projects. Research priorities emerge in response to feedback from frontline advocates, and the Hub conducts research into otherwise little-known aspects of family violence and victims’ experiences. In recent years topics have included reproductive coercion, intimate partner stalking, and economic abuse.
We are looking for an enthusiastic research-minded individual to join our team. If you love research and making victims’ voices heard, are excellent at writing and analysing, and are passionate about eliminating family violence, this role might be for you. The work will be busy and varied, and it requires outstanding relationship management and genuine passion for the communities we serve.
This is a full-time position based in Wellington. Only applications from NZ citizens or permanent residents will be accepted for consideration.
To apply, please send us your completed application form (link below) and email it along with your cover letter and CV to email@example.com
Applications for this role close at 5pm, Monday 8 February 2021.