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Immunology scientist

LocationAlfred Health
Work TypePart time
Positions1 Position
Job no: 70171
Category: Allied Health and Medical Science, Other Allied Health / Medical Science

Alfred Health

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.

  • Scientist Grade 1 Immunology department of Alfred pathology service
  • Permanent Part Time position
  • 32 hours per FN
  • August 2024 onwards
  • Great staff benefits

The Department 
Alfred Pathology Service (APS) provides a comprehensive range of pathology testing, consultation services and collection services to clinicians and patients of Alfred Health. The Service has 5 units (Anatomical Pathology, Clinical Biochemistry, Haematology, Microbiology and Human Molecular Pathology), each headed by a Unit Head. APS has the core laboratory at The Alfred as well as a small local laboratory at Sandringham hospital. We are also in collaboration with Northern Hospital as of early 2019 providing support and some specialty testing.

The Role
We are seeking applicants for this permanent part time position in the immunology section of APS. 
You are required to have the ability to demonstrate effective communication skills
Experience requirements include previous experience working in an immunology department.
Minimum Qualifications - Bachelor’s Degree in Science or Applied Science. 
Staff Benefits

  • Salary Packaging
  • Discount Health insurance
  • Child Care
  • Onsite Gym

Enquiries to Jocelyn Shackles 9076 3082 or Steven Schischka 9076 3266

All applications close at 11.00 pm on Wednesday 24th of July 2024

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.


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