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Company Massey University
Location Wellington, Wellington
Listed Fri 11 Oct, 1:20 pm
Type Full time, Permanent
Reference CH_CPHR_538_09/19
College of Health
Wellington

Applications are invited for a full-time, fixed-term (21 months) position as a Analyst in the National Environmental Health Indicators Programme, College of Health, Massey University - Wellington.

You will be working in a team of ten professional staff monitoring the impact of the environment on the health of New Zealand. Your work will include leading specific domains of environmental health indicators depending on experience and expertise, analysis of environmental and health-related data sets, producing information for the public and stakeholders, and preparing ad-hoc reports on special topics. There will be opportunities for further study.

It is essential you have a relevant postgraduate tertiary qualification with knowledge and experience in science, environmental health, or public health. Proficiency in using Excel is important as is having excellent written and oral communication skills. The salary will be dependent on qualifications and experience.

Whanau support will be welcome at the interview of short-listed candidates.

For further information, please contact Professor Barry Borman, Director, Environmental Health Indicators Programme, B.Borman@massey.ac.nz

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
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