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Clinician Researcher

Melbourne Metro, VIC




  • Full time role, immediate start available
  • Salary Packaging Benefits & Flexible Working Options
  • Grow your laboratory and clinical skills within a trusted and reputable organisation!

Who We Are

At Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, we share a powerful vision; to re-imagine the future of child health. We are the home to many life-changing scientific discoveries. We believe that no question is too impossible to try and answer. We are renowned for our cutting-edge focus on early interventions, improved diagnosis, prevention, and development of potential cures. Our success is founded on a philosophy of collaboration through a multi-disciplinary approach to solving the toughest questions in child health. Murdoch Children’s is committed to creating a culture of inclusivity, equity and respect that celebrates and values the diverse backgrounds and experiences of our people. We strive to foster a positive working environment that is underpinned by equal opportunity for all and consideration for the diverse voices of our people and the communities we serve. Murdoch Children’s is a proud member of the Australian Network on Disability and is a committed subscriber to Science Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) and its principles.

The Opportunity:  

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Clinician Researcher to create a functional interface between the clinical and research arms of type 1 diabetes (T1D) related activities. You will work within the Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) and Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) campus, with the long-term aim of establishing an immunotherapy pipeline for T1D patients within the RCH.

This role will require the integration of laboratory-based discovery research with analysis of patient samples to build a wholistic picture of autoimmunity in children with T1D, forming a foundation for the creation of positive clinical outcomes. The position will incorporate both laboratory (0.8 FTE) and clinical (0.2 FTE) work and will be supported by a part time research assistant, research nurse and project manager.

The role will see you with primary responsibility of:

  • Ability to work in outpatient clinical care as scheduled (2 clinics per week across Endocrinology and Diabetes) and inpatient clinical care as rostered.
  • Undertaking discovery research into the mechanisms underlying autoimmunity in T1D.
  • Providing supervision and support to junior medical staff (Fellows and SRMO), and provision of training and education to the department’s staff and medical students.

About You:

  • Experience in Paediatric Endocrinology at a Consultant or Senior/Post-doctoral Fellow level
  • RACP or equivalent College Fellowship.Specialist Medical Registration with AHPRA
  • PhD qualification pertinent to Type 1 Diabetes, immunology, and stem cell biology

    Apply Now!
     You are invited to apply online via the Murdoch Children’s Careers Portal. Please click the apply at the top of the page.

    To be considered, applicants should submit:

    Please submit your application in one combined pdf document.

    For more information, please refer to the position description. Any specific questions related to this position should be directed to Prof Fergus Cameron at [email protected].

    We welcome all genders, ages, ethnicities, cultural backgrounds, abilities, religions and sexual orientations in our workplace and encourage talented people of any identity to apply to our vacancies. We will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment process and in the workplace, please contact the People Leader listed above if this is needed.

    All applicants, please be aware that in line with the Victorian Pandemic Orders and the Murdoch Children’s and VCGS COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all Murdoch Children’s and VCGS workers must be fully vaccinated (boosted), unless a valid medical exception applies.

    Please note, we reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the closing date once a sufficient number of applications have been received.

    Closing Date:  27 November 2022

Job Ad Reference 35129
Date Listed 28 October 2022