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DATA SCIENTIST AND DATA MANAGER, PCOC - THE UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG

Fixed Term, full-time appointment (2-years)

Level 8/9: $107,882 - $133,850 (pro-rata if part-time) + 17% Superannuation

The Palliative Care Outcomes Collaboration (PCOC) is a national, voluntary quality initiative within AHOC that assists palliative care service providers to improve practice, funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care to June 2026. PCOC also conducts research based on national data collections and publishes national reports on patient outcomes and benchmarking for palliative care services.

In this role you will primarily work within PCOC and be responsible for data management, analysis and reporting of a large national patient and carer outcomes dataset. Within the Applied Statistics in Health team, you will lead activities of the PCOC data team, who maintain and develop the PCOC dataset and outputs through quality improvement, methodological innovation and technological change.

To be successful in this role you will hold a relevant degree with a strong mathematical/statistical component, preferably at postgraduate level (relevant industry experience may be deemed equivalent to a postgraduate qualification). You will have demonstrated experience in data management, project management and data analysis and modelling with large datasets using SAS and R (three years’ experience in one, and willingness to further develop skills in the other). Experience with automated workflows and contribution to high quality outputs based on data analysis in the areas of health services management, palliative or aged care or similar field along with a broad understanding of the Australian health care system will be highly regarded.

Applications close: Tuesday 28th May 2024

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SENIOR LECTURER/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (The Professional and Leader, Domain Lead) - CURTIN UNIVERSITY

Part-time (0.6FTE) Permanent Opportunity at our Bentley Campus

$134,904 - $178,393 (ALC/ALD) + clinical loading + 17% Super

This pivotal role ensures the integration and excellence of the PAL curriculum across all five years of the program, aligning with the Australian Medical Council (AMC) Graduate Outcome Statements and Curtin University Graduate Attributes.

Key Responsibilities:

Develop and integrate PAL knowledge, skills, and attitudes within our problem-based learning framework.

Collaborate with Clinical Specialist Leads to ensure specialty disciplines are well-represented and integrated.

Engage with experts in professionalism, leadership, medico-legal, bio-ethics, and interprofessional learning to enhance the PAL syllabus.

Oversee the scheduling, resourcing, and evaluation of PAL outcomes, implementing improvements based on feedback.

Contribute to assessment design and provide expertise for the assessment of clinical competence.

Identify and address staff development needs within the PAL domain

Applications close: Tuesday 28th May 2024 8pm (AWST)

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SENIOR LECTURER/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (Medical Radiation Science), MEDICAL SCHOOL - CURTIN UNIVERSITY

Full-Time, Permanent opportunity based at Curtin University Medical School

$134,904 - $178,393 (ALC/ALD) + 17% Superannuation

Influence delivery & development of the Bachelor of Science (Medical Radiation)

Join Curtin University’s prestigious Medical School in a pivotal role that blends academic rigor with clinical excellence. We are seeking a dedicated Senior Lecturer or Associate Professor in Radiation Therapy/Medical Imaging to significantly influence the delivery and development of the Bachelor of Science (Medical Radiation Science) program. This role is essential for maintaining our high standards in teaching, research, and clinical training, preparing students to excel as future professionals in medical radiation science.

Applications close: Tuesday 28th May 2024 8pm (AWST)

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LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER (Problem Based Learning & Deputy Unit Coordinators) - CURTIN UNIVERSITY

(0.6FTE/0.7FTE) Part-time Continuing, Teaching Academic Opportunities available

Teach PBL in foundation years (1-3) & have a role as Deputy Unit Coordinator

We offer flexible working arrangements to suit your lifestyle and commitments.

Compensation: Ranging from $110,442 to $155,293 (ALB/ALC) pro rata, plus 17% superannuation.

As a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, you will facilitate Problem-Based Learning, and/or other teaching aligned with your expertise. Drawing on your wealth of clinical and teaching experience, you will cultivate an inspiring learning environment for our students. Your role involves not only facilitating dynamic class group discussions but also ensuring positive engagement, all while contributing to the shaping of the future of medicine.

In addition, we have an opportunity for ambitious candidates seeking a leadership role as Deputy Unit Coordinator (Year 2 and Year 3). These positions include a large teaching and engagement component as per above, however will also provide leadership capabilities within the team.

Applications close: Tuesday 28th May 2024 8pm (AWST)

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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT), SCHOOL OF MEDICINE - THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME

Sydney or Fremantle Campus

Level D, Part-Time (2.5 days), Continuing

Competitive salary (Level D) + 14% super (pro-rata)

This role reports to the Head of Medical Education and Innovation within the School of Medicine. It ensures that contemporary, advice informs the development, delivery and assessment of the Personal and Professional Development (PPD) Domain. It will provide an evidence-based approach to the learner-centred delivery of the Domain and help build communities of practice across the dispersed campuses and clinical schools.

Responsibilities

Leading curriculum development and review of teaching and learning materials for the PPD Domain in collaboration with the Head of Curriculum and Head of Medical Education and Innovation

Supporting and participating in the delivery of PPD teaching to postgraduate MD students

Designing and reviewing resources in conjunction with the Head of Curriculum including lectures, tutorials and course materials as required so they remain up to date and current with practice and knowledge; ensuring that changes are reflected in the PPD Domain Map

Designing, reviewing and marking formative and summative assessment in conjunction with the Assessment Team; and ensuring feedback to student learner

Leading and developing the communities of practice of clinical academics who teach and assess PPD

Contributing to the professional development and training of tutors for PPD related teaching and assessment

Reviewing evaluation results and designing evaluations to strengthen the quality of delivery; ensuring responsiveness to student feedback

Supporting and contributing to research and projects related to the development of PPD and the delivery of the Domain

Chairing the PPD Domain Committee and recruiting members to this committee to provide content expertise in the evaluation of the PPD Domain curriculum.

Applications close: 29 May 2024

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GRANT FUNDED RESEARCHER (D), QUALITATIVE RESEARCHER SPECIALIST, FACULTY OF HEALTH AND MEDICAL SCIENCES - UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

Fixed-term, part-time position (0.5FTE) available for 12 months with the possibility of extension.

Salary: (Level C) $130,810 to $150,431 or (Level D) $156,966 to $172,657 per annum plus an employer contribution of 17% superannuation applies.

The successful candidate will lead theoretically informed qualitative research projects and coordinate data collection, analysis and interpretation of implementation and process evaluation data from initiatives linked to the Adelaide Rural Clinical School. The successful candidate will also promote relationships with clinical researchers, academics, educational and Aboriginal staff, consumer representatives and other relevant stakeholders involved with the Adelaide Rural Clinical School in teaching and research initiatives.

As a specialist in Qualitative Research at the Adelaide Rural Clinical School, you will work with a team of clinicians, epidemiologists, educators and Aboriginal health researchers to provide qualitative research and training support across different initiatives involving rural health research and education. Working with a dynamic team of health researchers and educational specialists, you will play an essential role in developing new grant applications, supervising postgraduate students and supporting publications arising from these activities.

Applications close: 31 May 2024 11.55pm

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GRANT FUNDED RESEARCHER (D), QUALITATIVE RESEARCHER SPECIALIST, FACULTY OF HEALTH AND MEDICAL SCIENCES - UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

Fixed-term, part-time position (0.5FTE) available for 12 months with the possibility of extension.

Salary: (Level C) $130,810 to $150,431 or (Level D) $156,966 to $172,657 per annum plus an employer contribution of 17% superannuation applies.

The successful candidate will lead theoretically informed qualitative research projects and coordinate data collection, analysis and interpretation of implementation and process evaluation data from initiatives linked to the Adelaide Rural Clinical School. The successful candidate will also promote relationships with clinical researchers, academics, educational and Aboriginal staff, consumer representatives and other relevant stakeholders involved with the Adelaide Rural Clinical School in teaching and research initiatives.

As a specialist in Qualitative Research at the Adelaide Rural Clinical School, you will work with a team of clinicians, epidemiologists, educators and Aboriginal health researchers to provide qualitative research and training support across different initiatives involving rural health research and education. Working with a dynamic team of health researchers and educational specialists, you will play an essential role in developing new grant applications, supervising postgraduate students and supporting publications arising from these activities.

Applications close: 31 May 2024 11.55pm

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GRANT FUNDED RESEARCHER (C), HEALTH EDUCATION EVALUATION SPECIALIST, FACULTY OF HEALTH AND MEDICAL SCIENCES - UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

Fixed-term, part-time position (0.5FTE) available for 12 months with the possibility of extension.

Salary: (Level B) $107,276 to $126,894 or (Level C) $130,810 to $150431 per annum plus an employer contribution of 17% superannuation applies.

This research position is to lead and coordinate medical education evaluation projects and support other educational initiatives coordinated by the Adelaide Rural Clinical School. The successful candidate will also promote relationships with clinical academics, educational and Aboriginal staff at the Adelaide Medical School and other relevant stakeholders involved in health education.

As a specialist in health education research, you will work with a team of health educators, clinical academics, e-learning specialists, Aboriginal health educators, and professional staff responsible for delivering quality medical education in rural and remote South Australia. Working with that dynamic team, you will play an essential role in developing and/or improving health education initiatives, evaluating the impact of these activities on rural medical students’ experience and writing the reports or publications arising from these activities.

Applications close: 31 May 2024 11.55pm

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