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Current vacancies

Communications and Media Officer

Reporting to the Senior Communications and Media Officer, this role is responsible for assisting with implementing the communications strategy for the Doherty Institute. The goals are to ensure the Institute receives regular exposure and recognition for its research, clinical teaching, and training endeavours; and to facilitate cooperation and communications with the Institute’s stakeholders. (More)

The dealine for applications is Sunday, 21 August.

 Collaborative Project Officer

The Department of Infectious Diseases is seeking to appoint a Project Officer to project manage and provide coordination and administrative support to three projects focused on infectious diseases preparedness and control. (More)

The deadline for applications is Tuesday, 23 August.

Medical Laboratory Scientist Grade 3 or Grade 4 (depending on experience)

This position is for a Senior Scientist to oversee and participate in influenza virology, with a particular focus on anti-viral compounds that are both registered and under development.  This involves the oversight of routine testing of influenza viruses/isolates with anti-influenza drugs as well as developing/maintaining an active research focus on virology and anti-viral/anti-influenza drugs with existing staff and graduate/PhD students. This is a Full Time ongoing position, working 80 hours per fortnight, based at The Doherty Institute in Parkville, Melbourne. This position requires the successful applicant to have a minimum of a University BSc and a PhD specialising in either genetics/microbiology/immunology/virology (or a similar discipline) and a minimum of 4 years (Grade 3) or 8 years (Grade 4) of relevant experience. (More)

The deadline for applications is Sunday, 28 August.

Medical Laboratory Scientist (Bioinformatician) Grade 3 or Grade 4 (depending on experience)

We are looking for passionate and dedicated individual to lead the bioinformatics group at the WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza (WHOCCRRI), VIDRL. This is a Full Time ongoing position, working 80 hours per fortnight, based at The Doherty Institute in Parkville, Melbourne. This position requires the successful applicant to have a minimum of a University BSc and a PhD specialising in either genetics/microbiology/immunology/virology (or a similar discipline) and a minimum of 4 years (Grade 3) or 8 years (Grade 4) of relevant experience. (More)

The deadline for applications is Sunday. 28 August.

Senior Lecturer - Bacteriology

As part of Department of Microbiology and Immunology's strategic plan to build and strengthen its bacteriology discipline, we are seeking to fill two teaching and research positions; in addition to the Senior Lecturer, applications for Associate Professor/Professor in Bacteriology will be opening soon.

Along with an independent research program, you will make a major contribution to teaching in the field of microbiology as well as the associated curriculum, policy development, and administrative tasks. This will include responsibilities in specific undergraduate subjects including course coordination and the planning, implementation, and delivery of teaching activities as well as assessment approaches. (More)

The deadline for applications is Wednesday, 21 September.

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