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Quantitative Researcher Job Vacancy

October 30, 2015 at 8:29 AM

Kia ora koutou

Vacancy: Quantitative Researcher

Permanent Full-time

We have a permanent fulltime vacancy within our Wai-Research unit for a dynamic, self-motivated multi-tasker, who is an experienced researcher with excellent data analysis knowledge. The ideal candidate will be a skilled communicator with experience working with Māori communities and within Kaupapa Māori frameworks.


The successful candidate would demonstrate the following skills/experience:

  • Undergraduate or Postgraduate Degree/Diploma/Certificate in Public Health, Statistics, Epidemiology, Social Science or related fields of quantitative research
  • Knowledge of Te Reo me Tikanga would be an advantage
  • Some understanding of Kaupapa Māori research methods
  • Experience working with Māori communities would be an advantage
  • Good understanding of Māori health issues
  • Good understanding  of Health and/or Social Science  research methods
  • Experience in gathering and analysing quantitative data
  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
  • Proven ability to manage time and work to deadlines
  • Proven ability to work well in a team environment
  • Excellent computer skills including word processing, database and spreadsheet familiarity, and some knowledge of quantitative analysis and/or qualitative analysis software
  • Being able to be flexible around working hours
  • A desire to learn on the job and work independently


Please share this information with your Whānau, extended Whānau or others within your networks who may be looking for work. 

All applications including a cover letter and CV are to be submitted to no later than 5pm Tuesday, 10th November 2015.  

Category: Job Vacancies