ASD Careers – Senior Behavioural Scientist

Website ASD

Job Description:

The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) is seeking highly motivated, enthusiastic and innovative people to join the offensive cyber mission. We need creative people with a high level of openness and who love solving problems in a team environment. ASD is a vital member of Australia’s national security community and we operate in incredibly challenging and dynamic environments. As such, we require staff with a rare mix of specialist skills, adaptability and imagination. These abilities are needed to out-think and out-imagine some of the most testing adversaries and problems imaginable.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Research and analyse current cultural and behavioural science literature to facilitate compliance with evidenced-based best practice.
  • Build and sustain relationships with internal and external stakeholders to facilitate effective communication to progress business outcomes.
  • Accountable for leading and supervising behavioural scientists and working alongside EL1 Senior Psychologists.
  • Accountable for accurate completion of work within timeframes and quality requirements, sharing own expertise with others and guiding and mentoring less experienced employees.
  • Responsible for applying understanding of behavioural and cultural insights to complex intelligence problems.
  • Identify training needs, and develop and deliver cultural training as required by mission objectives.
  • Perform a range of cultural assessments and provide verbal and written analysis that synthesises information derived from a range of sources.
  • Facilitate and encourage teamwork.
  • Consult with analysts, data scientists, researchers, and developers to support development, data collection and enrichment.
  • Develop research, outcome measures and assessment tools in order to contribute to the mission

Job Details:

Company: ASD

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, AU

Application Deadline: N/A

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