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Careers

Working at the Doherty Institute is a rich and inspiring experience. 

Combining research, teaching, public health and reference laboratory services, diagnostic services and clinical care in infection diseases and immunity, this unique joint venture between The University of Melbourne and The Royal Melbourne Hospital provides many outstanding opportunities for students, early and late career researchers, and clinicians to benefit from the new facilities and wealth of knowledge within the building. The holistic approach to research and public health encourages collaborations across many different fields and disciplines throughout the Doherty Institute, the surrounding Melbourne Biomedical Precinct, nationally and across the globe. 

Current vacancies

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology is currently seeking a Research Support Officer for Professor Fabienne Mackay's laboratory. Further information about this role, along with the Position Description and Selection Criteria, can be found here

The deadline for applications is Sunday, 10 June.

The Microbiological Diagnostic Unit Public Health Laboratory (MDU PHL) is currently seeking a Technical Assistant to assist with the timely examination of samples within the molecular diagnostics section of MDU. This is inclusive of PCR, real-time PCR, DNA sequencing and Next Generation Sequencing methodologies for the identification and genotyping of pathogenic organisms from a range of samples not limited to food, water, environmental and clinical specimens. More information about the role, including the Position Description and Selection Criteria, can be found here

The deadline for applications is Sunday, 17 June. 

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology is seeking a Research Fellow to join the research program of Associate Professor Christopher McDevitt. The research program seeks to elucidate the role of metal ions in host-pathogen interaction and involves close collaborations with the University of Queensland, University of Technology Sydney and La Trobe University. More information about the role, including the Position Description and Selection Criteria, can be found here

The deadline for applications is Thursday, 21 June. 

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology is seeking a Research Fellow to join the research program of Associate Professor Christopher McDevitt. The research program seeks to elucidate the role of metal ions in host-pathogen interaction and involves close collaborations with the University of Queensland, University of Technology Sydney and La Trobe University. More information about the role, including the Position Description and Selection Criteria, can be found here

The deadline for applications is Thursday, 21 June. 

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology is seeking a Research Assistant/Laboratory Manager for the research program of Associate Professor Christopher McDevitt. The research program seeks to elucidate the role of metal ions in host-pathogen interaction using biochemical, microbiological and immunological approaches and involves close collaborations with the University of Queensland, University of Technology Sydney and La Trobe University. This position will work across the breadth of bacterial pathogenesis research in the group and support delivery of these projects. More information about the role, including the Position Description and Selection Criteria, can be found here

The deadline for applications is Sunday, 24 June. 

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology is currently seeking a Senior Research Officer/Laboratory Manager to join the research program of Professor Fabienne Mackay. The Senior Research Officer/Laboratory Manager is the second in command who will work across the entire breadth of research associated with the BAFF Laboratory led by Professor Fabienne Mackay. The position will focus on managing a large number of projects and processes simultaneously and involve engagement with a large number of laboratories across the University, across Australia and internationally. More information on the role, including the Position Description and Selection Criteria, can be found here

The deadline for applications is Sunday, 24 June. 

The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity is a joint venture between The University of Melbourne and The Royal Melbourne Hospital, combining research, teaching, public health and reference laboratory services, diagnostic services and clinical care in infectious diseases and immunity.

We are seeking to appoint an Associate Clinical Director of HIV Cure studies to be actively involved in the HIV Cure program led by Director Sharon Lewin. The Associate Clinical Director of HIV Cure studies will provide clinical oversight leadership and supervision of projects.

The successful candidate will be a member of the team working on early interventional clinical trials and observational translational studies as part of a major NHMRC and NIH funded program on HIV latency, pathogenesis and immunity. The primary focus of this clinical research program is the implementation and evaluation of latency reversing agents and immunomodulation as a strategy for HIV cure. 

More information including Position Description, Selection Criteria and how to apply can be found here.

The deadline for applications is Thursday, 5 July.     

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