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ARC Research Fellow Opportunity (Griffith University)

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      Brydie-Leigh Bartleet

      Griffith University is welcoming applications for an ARC Research Fellow position on a ground-breaking new research project on music and social inequality in Australia. The Research Fellow will be part of a leading team of researchers working alongside Professor Brydie-Leigh Bartleet on her ARC Future Fellowship, Creative Change: The Role of Community Music in Addressing Social Inequalities in Australia. This role will involve both collaborative and independent research aligned with the priorities of the Fellowship, and provide the opportunity for the Research Fellow to shape their contributions in ways that align with their research strengths, expertise, and creative interests.

      We’re looking for a highly motivated researcher with a deep understanding and demonstrated track record of research and / or practice in music and social impact. They will have a passion for working closely with communities, NGOs, and arts organisations, and a strong desire to build a highly competitive research track record. In addition, they will hold a PhD or Hons/Masters/equivalent qualifications plus relevant work experience in music, the creative arts, and / or social sector. Griffith University values diversity, inclusion and flexibility and we warmly encourage Australian First Nations’ applicants, women, LGBTIQ+ applicants, people with disability, and people from all backgrounds to apply.

      This is a Research Fellow (Grade 2), fixed term (until 11 July 2025), full-time position based at the South Bank campus, however a fractional (0.8 FTE) appointment with flexible working may be negotiated. Applications close on 30 September 2021. Further details can be found in this link: https://www.seek.com.au/job/53733608

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