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Research Coordinator

Website Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI)

Collaboration with industry and academia to facilitate research and provide guidance and advice aimed at building AHRI’s research capability.

About AHRI
The Australian HR Institute (AHRI) is the national association representing HR and people management professionals. We have 20,000 members from Australia and across the globe.

The team at AHRI:
Set the professional standard for HR in Australia through HR certification program Provide education and training services in HR, people management and business skills

Why join us?
Great culture: We build a strong sense of community by welcoming and embracing diversity​. We value the diversity of our inclusive workplace and make sure it is always a place where everyone can be their true selves. We foster an environment where we share ideas, feedback and challenge each other respectfully. We are authentic and demonstrate trust and openness in everything that we do. ​

Flexible working: We have a flexible first policy and are committed to ensure you can effectively manage your work, life and family needs.

Professional development: We are committed to investing in your continual professional growth and development requirements. You will receive on the job training, supported by our experienced team with the opportunity to attend AHRI events.

We are currently looking for a Research Coordinator (0.4) to join our internal HR Standards and Learning team in a part-time capacity. Reporting to the Manager, HR Knowledge & Standards, the successful applicant will facilitate the development and distribution of research to AHRI members on topical HR issues to provide insights and points of view to both members and media on contemporary HR thinking. The HR Standards & Learning team is a think tank for research and development, CPD opportunities and maintenance of HR standards and learning of AHRI products and services.

The successful candidate will possess the following:

  • Ability to manage internal and external stakeholder relationships Demonstrated HR knowledge, ideally completed or currently studying human resources
  • Demonstrated research and analysis skills
  • Strong communication skills both verbally and written
  • Time management and organisational skills
  • Takes responsibility for own learning and continuously seeks to improve AHRI’s collective capability
  • ​Innovative, agile and always evolving​

As part of the online application form you are required to:

  • attach your resume
  • attach a separate cover letter in which you outline what you can bring to this role

Please address your covering letter to Dana Grgas –Manager, HR Knowledge and Standards

AHRI is an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age.

Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community.

For more detailed information about this exciting role please email for a copy of the position description or to apply.

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The Research Society is the peak body for research, insights and analytics professionals in Australia. It has a diverse membership of individuals at all levels of experience and seniority within agencies, consultancies, client-side organisations, the non-profit and government sectors, support services as well as institutions and the academic community. As well as over 2,000 individual members, the Research Society has 125+ company and client partners, with the number continuing to grow. The Research Society research professionals and company partners commit to and are regulated by the Research Society Code of Professional Behaviour.