Data Analysis Australia
STRATEGIC INFORMATION CONSULTANTS
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Data Analysis Australia
Data Analysis Australia is the leading strategic information consultancy in Australia. Our exceptional skills in mathematics, statistics and data management provide a strong background for work that is often used for strategic decision making purposes. Our reputation has been built on our ability to provide workable solutions to difficult problems across all industries.
The strength of Data Analysis Australia lies in our flexible approach to integrating the above areas of expertise to provide cost effective and applicable solutions for clients.
Data Analysis Australia is currently seeking to recruit a Consultant Statistician, ideally with at least two years’ relevant practical experience. Reporting to a Senior Consultant, a Consultant Statistician is responsible for working on a variety of projects that are largely statistical, mathematical and data analytical in nature, under the direction and supervision of more experienced Consultants.
Please visit our Careers page for more information.
Australian Privacy Principles
Amendments to the Privacy Act came into effect on Wednesday 12 March 2014. These amendments replace the Information Privacy Principles and National Privacy Principles with the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). Data Analysis Australia has always followed the earlier principles and will continue to adhere to the APPs. Additional information on the APPs can be obtained from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner, and this includes a quick reference tool and APP guidelines.
Data Analysis Australia would like to congratulate consultants on their continued support of the Statistical Society of Australia Inc. (SSAI) with a number of consultants holding committee positions this year. This includes John Henstridge who will be continuing his role as President of the SSAI (Australia), and Anna Munday and Alethea Rea who have been re-elected to the SSAI WA branch committee in their positions of President and Treasurer.
We would like to bid goodbye and good luck to Consultant Statistician Karl Beidatsch, who is pursuing other career opportunities. His contribution to all aspects of the company have been considerable, and his presence will be greatly missed.
Professor Cheryl Praeger, a Director of Data Analysis Australia, has recently been elected to be the Foreign Secretary for the Australian Academy of Science from 2014 to 2018. Cheryl's role will be, in the words of Professor Suzanne Cory, the President of the Academy, to be an "ambassador for Australian science, and to foster the strong relationships the Academy has forged with scientists, governments, scientific unions and academies around the world". Cheryl was also recently made an Honorary Life Member of the Australian Mathematical Society. Our sincere congratulations to Cheryl for these wonderful achievements!
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Updated April 14, 2014