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How to promote your economics job opportunity

For a small admin fee of just $110 inc. GST, you can promote you economics position on this page.

Your advert will be posted on this Central Council web page and filtered to all branches nationally, including the Women in Economics website.  In addition, if the timing fits, it will be included in the NSW branch newsletter which is distributed at the beginning of each month, at no added cost.  

Send us your job information in Word format, along with your company logo, or contact our administrator for more information.  Payment by can be made by credit card.

Below are current opportunities that we are aware of.  Please follow the links to learn more and to apply.


 

Assistant Parliamentary Budget Officer – various divisions

The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) supports the Parliament by providing independent, authoritative and non‐partisan analysis of budgetary issues and the fiscal cost of policy proposals. In light of the current fiscal situation, the PBO is in a unique position to support the Parliament and general public at this critical time through analysis that is timely and relevant. 

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Opportunities at The University of Queensland

An exciting opportunity has arisen for Lecturers (Level B) and a Senior Lecturer (Level C) to focus their efforts on growing their profile in research, teaching and service and engagement. We plan to recruit up to four outstanding candidates, of which one may be at Level C. As a teaching and research academic at Level B or C, you will aspire to achieve international recognition in your field of research.

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Consultant, ACIL Allen

ACIL Allen have an opportunity for a Consultant, reporting to the Executive Director in their Perth office.

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Research and Teaching Positions - University of Melbourne

Learn more about a research and teaching career at the Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Melbourne.

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Research Fellow or Senior Research Fellow - Economic Modeller, Centre of Policy Studies

Victoria University aims to be a great university of the 21st century by being inclusive rather than exclusive.  We champion the student, not the institution.  As the university of opportunity and success, we will be open and excellent, creating exceptional value for any student from any background and uplifting the communities in which we operate. Victoria University has a distinctive dual-sector structure, supporting stronger education and career pathways.  The university aspires to deliver a learning and teaching experience that empowers a diversity of students to grow their capabilities and transform their lives for the better.

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