Our client is part of a not-for-profit, highly respected Biomedical Research Facility with more than 100 staff based near Melbourne’s CBD. A Division within this Organisation is the National Reference Laboratory (NRL). With a work-force of about 30 scientific personnel, NRL supports laboratories and point-of-care sites that perform testing for the diagnosis and management of infectious disease in Australia and internationally.
Established as a not-for-profit scientific organisation, as part of the Australian Government’s HIV and AIDS strategy in 1985, NRL is contracted by the Department of Health and licensed by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). It supports collaborative scientific partners worldwide in the promotion of accurate diagnosis and management of human communicable diseases, including HIV, HCV and HTLV.
NRL does this by providing specialised services, including pre- and post-market evaluations of test kits; provision of quality assurance programs to laboratories; highly specific and non-routine testing services; consultation, education and training for laboratories. These services are provided globally.
This position is accountable for three distinct but interconnected areas within the Division, and will be responsible for coaching, leading and managing the people in these teams. As a TGA licensed and NATA accredited facility, the successful candidate will ensure scientific integrity is maintained through a high level of scientific skill and commitment to standards.
As the successful candidate, you will possess a broad industry knowledge of infectious diseases, and your existing profile will allow you to build relationships with industry leaders, researchers and other organisations to identify emerging trends and develop scientific strategies to position the Division to thrive and grow.
Some of your responsibilities will include:
To be short-listed for this responsible role, you will need to meet the following criteria:
To be considered you shall be required to provide evidence you have permanent working rights in Australia or hold a relevant working visa to work full-time hours.
Relocation assistance will be provided for suitable candidates.
Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to submit your application. Please ensure you attach a Resume and Cover Letter addressing your suitability for this role, in Word Format. (Shortlisted candidates will be provided with the Selection Criteria Questionnaire for completion).
To discuss this unique and exciting opportunity please call Helen at CS Executive Group on 03 9516 0100. After hours please call 0438 620 434. Alternatively, you can call Toll Free on 1800 077 860.
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We would like to thank you for taking the time to apply for this role. Unfortunately, due to the large volume of applications we receive daily, we cannot contact all candidates. Please note, if you are not successful on this occasion, your resume will remain on our database and you may be contacted for other similar roles in the future.