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Figure 2.1:

AIFS organisational structure as at 30 June 2019

The figure shows the AIFS organisational structure as at June 2019.

Anne Hollonds is the Director.

Reporting to Ms Hollands are Kelly Hand (Deputy Director (Research)), Dr Michael Alexander (Deputy Director (Corporate Services)), Tracey Young (Executive Manager Communications) and Stephanie Purcell (Executive Manager Human Resources).

Reporting to Ms Hand are Dr Galina Daraganova (Executive Manager Large Scale and Longitudinal Studies), Dr Rebecca Armstrong (Executive Manager KTILab), Dr Stewart Muir (Senior Research Fellow Family, Policy and Practice), Dr Rae Kaspiew (Executive Manager Family Law and Family Violence) and Dr Rebecca Jenkinson (Manager Australian Gambling Research Centre).

Reporting to Dr Alexander are Malcolm Williamson (Chief Financial Officer), Dr Antonia Quadara (Strategy and Business Development Manager), Ian Boor (Information Management and Technology Manager) and Robin Jeffs (Business Capability Services Manager).

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Figure 4.1:

Employee qualifications as at 30 June 2019

This pie chart describes the percentages of employee qualifications as at 30 June 2019.

  • Year 12 - 4%
  • Year 10 - 1%
  • Doctorate - 25%
  • Masters - 25%
  • Postgraduate diploma - 14%
  • Bachelor degree including honours - 28%
  • Undergraduate diploma or equivalent - 2%
  • Associate diploma or equivalent - 1%

Note: All staff: includes Director, excludes casuals. 

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Figure 4.2

Research employee qualifications as at 30 June 2019

This pie chart describes the percentages of research employee qualifications as at 30 June 2019.

  • Bachelor degree including honours - 30.3%
  • Doctorate - 34.8%
  • Masters - 28.8%
  • Postgraduate diploma - 6.1%

Note: All research staff: includes Director, excludes casuals.

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