Alfred Health is a leader in health care delivery, improvement, research and education. We are the main provider of health services to people living in the inner southeast suburbs of Melbourne, from ambulatory, to inpatient and home and community based services.
- Fixed term – until May 2022
- Part-time – 30.4 hours per fortnight (6 days per fortnight)
- Classification code – HS3 ($80,643 -$87,044)
- Alfred location
- Staff benefits
The Alfred provides the most comprehensive range of specialist medical and surgical services in Victoria and accommodates more than 40 clinical units that offer every form of medical treatment with the exception of obstetrics and paediatrics. The Alfred has a reputation as one of the Australia’s leading health care providers - largely attributable to its concentration of highly specialized services. Major state-wide services include Critical Care (Trauma Centre, Emergency Department, Intensive Care Unit, Hyperbaric Service); Heart and Lung Transplantation Service (including the national centre of Paediatric Lung Transplantation); Burns; Cystic Fibrosis; Haemophilia Service, HIV Service and Psychiatric Intensive Care.
Other significant specialty services include Haematology (including BMT), Allergy, immunology and respiratory medicine, Cardiology/cardiovascular services; Neurosurgery; Medical neurosciences (neurology, stroke, epilepsy & MSNI), Psychiatry services; Investigative services and clinical support services.
As one of Melbourne’s largest teaching hospitals, The Alfred provides research, undergraduate and postgraduate training for medical, nursing, allied health and other support staff.
The hospital has strong links to a range of organisations fostering professional training and research, including:
- Monash University - one of Australia's leading tertiary medical schools which has its Central Clinical School and significant components of the School of Public Health & Preventative Medicine situated on The Alfred campus.
- The Baker Heart and Diabetes Research Institute - a pre-eminent heart research institute which carries out world leading research into heart disease.
- The Burnet Institute - a leader in infectious diseases research.
- Deakin and LaTrobe Universities - There are strong links between these two universities and nursing and allied health at the Alfred. The Alfred Deakin Nursing Research Centre and links with LaTrobe University aim to further the practice of nursing through ongoing clinical research. Links between allied health departments and their respective clinical schools provide a strong basis for teaching and research in all disciplines.
The Alfred Research Alliance Precinct unites research scientists, clinicians and students from The Alfred, the Baker Heart and Diabetes Research Institute, the Burnet Institute, Monash University and various other research organisations in a central complex, providing opportunities for shared resources and knowledge.
Monash Central Clinical School encompasses the Departments of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine, Clinical Haematology, Immunology and Pathology, Diabetes, Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology, Allergy and Respiratory Medicine, Neuroscience, Medicine and Surgery. CCS also includes the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre, Monash Alfred Psychiatry research centre and the National Trauma Research Institute. It is located at the Alfred Hospital precinct in Melbourne, known as AMREP (Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct). The school is involved in teaching students from both the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences and the Faculty of Science and its teaching and research is conducted at Alfred Health, Cabrini, Epworth Richmond, Peninsula Health and at Clayton.
The Student Services Officer works within a network of contacts at the Alfred Hospital precinct and undertakes broad direction from key academic staff within the Central Clinical School on student matters, including the Director of Academic Programs and the coordinators of honours and postgraduate students in the Departments of Immunology, Medicine and Surgery and Australian Centre for Blood Diseases.
The role of the Student Services Officer is to provide expertise and support in both Undergraduate and Post-Graduate matters to both students and academic staff situated at the Alfred Hospital precinct and Cabrini to enhance the ongoing productivity of the academic programs at the school and the quality of the students’ experience at this precinct.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
- Co-ordinate and administer the delivery of a high-quality program of services, systems or administrative processes (Graduate Research and Honours programme) in accordance with best practice and policies, procedures and strategic priorities;
- Provide assistance with promotional events such as ARA student information evening, Annual Symposium, Open Day and Orientation;
- Maintain and update the school education web page;
- Build and sustain relationships with an extensive network of colleagues, clients and or suppliers to ensure efficiency of functional operation or service delivery;
- Other duties as directed from time to time
- Salary packaging
- Novated leasing
- Onsite gym
- Easy public transport access and discounted staff car parking
If you are interested in this position or would like any further details, please contact Professor Robyn Slattery on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alfred Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.