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AARES event - Constructing a successful career

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H5-02 Bradley Forum, Level 5 Hawke Building

City West Campus, University of South Australia

50-55 North Terrace

Adelaide, SA 5000

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Common challenges and solutions for ‘project based’ workflow

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The days of gaining a relevant qualification, securing a related job and staying still are long gone.

Government agencies are continually looking to be lean and contract in advice. Universities have fewer tenured roles and researchers are under pressure to find projects to fund their own salary. Consulting is competitive and the workflow unpredictable.

This panel discussion provides a platform to share ideas on what can assist junior and mid-career professionals build a successful career in this environment. Drawing on the experiences of individuals in consulting, academic and government employment, the panel explores mechanisms to manage these pressures. The panel discussion will be chaired by Dr Alexandra Peralta and also engage in a Q&A before mixing informally.

Panel members include:

Dr Julian Morison, former principal of EconSearch

John Kandulu, BDO and formerly CSIRO

Dr Alec Zuo, University of Adelaide

Melissa Bright, Adelaide Hills Council

Date: Wednesday 3rd November 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Venue: Bradley Forum, UniSA City West Campus (then West Oak Hotel, Hindley St)

Registration: Free to all AARES members and non-members with an interest in applied economics.

Registrations close Wednesday 27 October 2021.

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H5-02 Bradley Forum, Level 5 Hawke Building

City West Campus, University of South Australia

50-55 North Terrace

Adelaide, SA 5000

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For any questions, queries, cancellations etc, please email: business-researchgrants@unisa.edu.au


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