Closing date: Friday 9th April 2021

  • Do you want to work on some of the most important questions for government and community?
  • Do you want to enter a career in evaluation?
  • Your next job could be with ARTD Consultants.

Who are we?
ARTD works for a range of not-for-profit and government clients on issues ranging from health, child protection, community services to environmental issues. We help our clients to think critically about what they do, plan new approaches and to communicate what they have achieved.

We are: committed, creative and collaborative. ARTD knows that it is important for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to lead projects which affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander lives, recognising the importance of shared lived experience and the value of connection with communities. Our approach to our work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities supports self-determination, is trauma informed, makes space for deep listening and uses tools and techniques to enable different voices to be heard.

ARTD offers a great work/home life balance, a diversity of work, and a supportive team. We are committed to the professional growth of its staff and regardless of your level of experience, you will be supported to grow and realise your potential.

Who are you?
ARTD is looking for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants with tertiary qualifications, seeking opportunities to apply their skills in problem solving, listening and collaboration in their work. Your background could be in community service, science, the humanities, law, medicine, or any other discipline. We are committed to diverse viewpoints and hope to benefit from your unique experience.

In this position, you will work in one of our consulting teams on a broad array of issues. You will work on projects which specifically affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, as well as issues which affect broader populations. Check our website to see the broad range of fields we work on.

This opportunity would suit someone who is analytically-minded, sees themselves as a life-long learner, is good at talking to people, writing and/or working with spreadsheets and finding patterns in data and communicating the bigger picture.

You will work closely with an Aboriginal Director and skilled teams in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Depending on your current skills and experience, you will be provided with the support required to develop your skills and practice and to manage a portfolio of clients and projects.

Check our website to see the broad range of fields we work on.

Key knowledge, qualifications and experience

  • Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants with a commitment to working with Indigenous people and communities.
  • Good critical thinking, conceptual and problem-solving abilities.
  • Hold an undergraduate or post-graduate degree.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook including the ability to use or commitment to learn how to use MS Word and Excel.
  • Effective time management skills, juggling multiple tasks to competing deadlines.
  • Value working as part of a team, producing high quality work.

Conditions
This is a permanent, full-time role located in our Sydney office, or it could be part time depending on your availability.

Your salary will be commensurate with your experience. We offer attractive conditions, including Christmas bonus leave, the opportunity to work flexibly (remotely and in alignment with your broader commitments) and a strong commitment to professional development.

You will be eligible for a performance-linked bonus based on the achievement of the ARTD consultancy income targets.

Details of how to apply:

Please send your CV and a cover letter (2 pages max.) addressing key knowledge, competencies, and experience, and how your experience and interests align with this role and our company to Sarah Schofield, , by 9 April 2021.

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