Now Hiring: Change Analyst (ESA)

Change Analyst, Epilepsy Smart Australia Program – 2-year full time fixed term contract with option to extend

All Australians living with epilepsy have equitable access to evidence-based and consistent information and individualised services to enable them to achieve improved outcomes.

To deliver excellence across products and services for people living with epilepsy through continuous improvement and leveraging best-practice approaches.


  • Location: flexible
  • Exciting opportunity to join a large project to create transformational change in the services and supports available to Australian people living with epilepsy
  • Work to understand, plan for and support change across a multi-part Program within a complex stakeholder environment

The role

The Epilepsy Smart Australia Program is a four year, federally funded pilot project to develop, test and implement a national framework for the consistent delivery of high quality epilepsy-related services and supports throughout Australia.   A national network of State and Territory epilepsy organisations is developing the Program, coordinated by the Epilepsy Foundation based in Melbourne. The pilot project commenced in July 2020 and is scheduled for completion in 2024.

The Change Analyst is responsible for identifying the impacts resulting from changes to people, process, systems and culture; the development and delivery of key documentation to support change; and the successful implementation of change activities resulting from that analysis.

Advertised roles will have an employment agreement with the Epilepsy Foundation, with the focus of the role on supporting the national partnership of epilepsy service providers to achieve the successful implementation of the Program.

The Change Analyst will sit within the Project Management Office based in Melbourne however given the national nature of the Program and key partners the physical location of the incumbent is flexible.

How to apply:

  • View the position description here.
  • Make enquiries to the Epilepsy Smart Australia Program Manager, Nicole Coulthard by email:
  • Send your application, addressing the Position Competencies/Selection Criteria and covering letter to Ashleigh McMahon by email: by 11.59 pm Friday 4th March 2022

Shortlisting will occur as applications are received and only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. The Epilepsy Foundation reserves the right to close this role to new applications prior to the closing date if a suitable candidate is identified.

All Epilepsy Foundation staff must comply with current vaccination mandates and complete a National Police Certificate and Working With Children Check.

Epilepsy Foundation is an EEO employer and child-safe organisation.

The Epilepsy Foundation is committed to ensuring people living with epilepsy in under-serviced sectors including First Nation Peoples and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds receive the support they need to reduce the impact of epilepsy on their lives.


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