The Kirby Institute is a leading global research institute dedicated to the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases. Established in 1986 in response to the then-emerging HIV epidemic, the Kirby Institute now contributes to knowledge on a broad range of diseases, including viral hepatitis and sexually transmissible infections.
The Viral Hepatitis Clinical Research Program (VHCRP) is one of the largest research programs within the Kirby Institute. The program focuses on therapeutic research in viral hepatitis, including research into HIV/Hepatitis co-infection. The program also has a substantial laboratory research sub-program that utilises samples collected within hepatitis clinical protocols. The VHCRP is responsible for the management and coordination of a large number of studies across an extensive network of national and international clinical sites where the studies are performed.
About the Opportunity:
We have an opportunity for a Clinical Project Coordinator who will work on a project involving the implementation of a national hepatitis C point-of-care testing program at clinical sites across Australia. This is a complex project involving high-level project management, communications, and stakeholder management. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for the coordination, management, and monitoring of the trial. The position holder will use their experiences in biomedical research to devise, implement, monitor, and report on the conduct of this research project from inception and provide strategic and tactical guidance on operational matters.
For any specific role enquiries please contact Marianne Byrne (E: email@example.com), do not send applications directly to the above contact.
Given current Australian Government COVID-19 border restrictions, we are only accepting applications from Australian citizens or permanent residents or people currently residing in Australia with full working rights.
Applications close: Thursday 9 December 2021 at 11.55 pm
UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ+ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff.