The Cancer Research Program is home to a number of cancer clinical quality registries and the team has substantial expertise in planning and implementing new registries. In the wider department context the team has access to specialist health IT and biostatistics support and varied opportunities for professional development.
A full-time project manager is sought for a 12-month period to scope a new national clinical quality registry for melanoma. This role includes working with stakeholders to describe the purpose and outputs of the registry, provide an assessment of the logistics of scalability and to help develop the infrastructure, agreements and relationships necessary to implement this initiative in three states, with a view to including all Australian states and territories. Provided the project is found to be feasible, further funding is available to begin registry data collection and data analysis.
A degree in a relevant area, from a recognised university with subsequent relevant work experience OR an equivalent combination of experience and training.
Project management experience, preferably in health services research or clinical trials
Demonstrated high level interpersonal skills and ability to navigate sensitive situations
Outstanding written and oral communication skills and the capacity to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels in the stakeholder organisations.
Advanced planning and organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise multiple tasks and set and meet deadlines.
A collaborative, innovative and supportive team culture
Flexibility in working hours
Opportunity to play a key role in the establishment of a national registry
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Applications close 20th June 2019 @2019
All applications must include a cover letter and CV.