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Education Support Administrator Level 5 Casual, St Vincent's Clinical School
UNSW Sydney A casual position has become available in the St Vincent’s Clinical School, UNSW Medicine & Health in the Education Support team (Student Services). The role is for an Education Support Administrator Level 5 and is located at St Vincent’s Hospital, Darlinghurst. The position would suit a highly motivated, organised person with excellent communication skills who can apply their previous student service experience to a new environment and learn new skills.
We are looking for a casual or level 5 for at least a 3 month period (with the possibility of extension) commencing in October or as soon as possible and working 5 days per week. An internal temporary transfer will be considered.
About the role The position will work closely with the Education Support Officer and School Manager and will be responsible for assisting in the coordination of the undergraduate medicine curriculum. There is a strong focus on flexibility, customer service and multi-tasking in this position. Please refer to the attached position description for further information.
Level 5 fixed term contract (or casual may be considered at $52.62 per hour) Fixed term or casual for 3 months (October to end of December 2021 with the possibility of extension) Due to the short-term nature of the position, previous experience within a student services environment, particularly within UNSW is preferred.
Expressions of Interest applications should include a one page statement, systematically addressing the selection criteria in the position description, and should be submitted with a current CV to Melinda Gamulin, School Manager on email email@example.com or telephone enquiries can be directed to 8382 2290.
Animal Technician - PART TIME
Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute This role will suit you if you are committed to progressing your career in the laboratory animal field and are interested in gaining skills and experience in a research facility setting.
What we will trust you with - Animal care including provision of food, water, and clean housing materials. - Animal husbandry including management of breeding colonies. - Liaising with researchers to optimise the health and welfare of animals under study. - Working with the team to ensure efficient facility operation. - Maintenance and operation of washing and sterilising equipment. - Maintenance of clean environments, including materials and equipment. - Compliance with regulations concerning animal ethics, gene technology and Work, Health & Safety. - Maintaining accurate records of breeding and animal usage.
Does this sound like you? - Tertiary qualifications in laboratory animal science, Biological Science, or a related field. - Prior experience in working in animal research facilities. - Excellent attention to detail with the ability to manage and maintain electronic records and email communications. - Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency status
Clinical Trial Project Coordinator - School of Psychiatry, UNSW Sydney
UNSW Sydney We have an exciting opportunity for a part-time Clinical Trial Project Coordinator in the School of Psychiatry who will join a multidisciplinary team of clinicians and clinician-researchers working in the area of complex psychotic illness. The successful Clinical Trial Project Coordinator will be responsible for the for the coordination and monitoring of an open label randomised controlled trial study. The role requires experience in clinical project coordination to devise, implement, monitor and report on the conduct of the research project from inception and provide strategic and tactical guidance on operational matters.
St Vincent's Centre for Applied Medical Research Expressions of interest are invited for a highly motivated Research Assistant to join our multidisciplinary Blood, Stem Cell and Cancer Research Program at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney. The successful applicant will join our translational research team to investigate the role of aging-associated mutations in human blood diseases, how these mutations affect disease progression, with the goal to develop novel tests and therapeutic strategies to improve patient outcome.
A BSc (Hon) or higher degree in biological science, medical science or related discipline and proven laboratory experience in molecular biology, flow cytometry and tissue culture techniques are essential. Experience working with flow cytometry and sorting, small animal models and handling immune-deficient mice is highly desirable. Experience with human blood diseases, cell culture, drug screening, DNA/RNA/protein analyses, and CRISPR-based gene editing is desirable. A strong background and a proven record in R&D or publications is an advantage. Applicants interested in pursuing postgraduate study are encouraged to apply. The position is available for one year with the likelihood of renewal. Salary and conditions will be in accordance with qualification and experience, Technical Officer Gr 1 Yr 4 to Technical Officer Gr 1 Yr 8
Illumina You are a driven professional with established high level contacts within the clinical, applied and translational markets. You are able to leverage Illumina's first-class portfolio to position, organise and direct sales growth through strategic and tactical activities relating to the penetration of new markets and development of emerging clinical markets.
Casual Project Officer (Pre-award) - Research Grants and Contracts - UNSW Sydney
UNSW Sydney Exciting opportunities exists in the Research Grants and Contracts (RGC), at UNSW for multiple Casual Project Officers to work during the major grant application round to the Australian Research Council (ARC). Project Officers will join the RGC Team to review research grant applications for compliance with the funding body rules and instructions; provide accurate and timely feedback to researchers; and ensure that grants are compliant and submitted on time. The successful applicants will have excellent skills in oral and written communication, problem solving, customer service and administration.
Project Officers will be required to work up over a 4 week period, 5 days per week from approximately October to December 2021, with possible extension into 2022. Due to the nature of grant submissions, hours maybe flexible day to day and there is the potential additional hours towards the end of the round, however will be required to be available full-time.
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