Current opportunities

Bilingual Research Assistant - Greek

Bilingual Research Assistant - Italian

Both positions:

0.6 EFT (3 days a week) Fixed Term, 6 months

$59,580 - $66,155 per annum, pro rata, depending on experience

plus Employer Superannuation Contribution 9.5%

plus generous Salary Packaging

We are seeking two Bilingual Research Assistants to work on a project -Moving Pictures- that involves co-producing with people from either Greek or Italian speaking communities, three short films on the early signs of dementia; sources of help for dementia and; dementia care pathways.

The successful applicants will have:

  • Bachelor degree in a relevant field, demonstrated ability to read, write and speak English and either Greek or Italian
  • Demonstrated ability to work closely, collaboratively and productively with multiple stakeholder
  • Experience relevant to public health in a community context and capacity to work with community and health workers in a sensitive and respectful manner.

Applicants must address the Selection Criteria and include a recent CV with two references by the application deadline.

Position description: PR Research Assistant - Moving Pictures

Please send application to:                       hr@nari.edu.au

For enquiries please contact Dr Josefine Antoniades at: J.Antoniades@nari.edu.au

Applications close:   5pm Sunday 1st September 2019


Research Fellow B – Biostatistician

0.4 EFT (2 days a week) Fixed Term, 12 months

$94,370 – $112,037 per annum, pro rata, depending on experience

plus Employer Superannuation Contribution 9.5%

plus generous Salary Packaging

The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) is an independent, non-profit, medical research organisation recognised internationally as a centre of excellence in gerontology and geriatrics research.  Located in the grounds of the Royal Park Campus of the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Parkville, NARI is a vibrant and dynamic work environment where research is brought to life through rapid translation into policy and practice. NARI’s multi-disciplinary team of researchers are committed to improving the life and health of older people through research.

We are seeking a Research Fellow B in Biostatistics.

The main focus will be to actively lead and contribute to research activities, study management, designing research protocols, data analysis, records management, and undertaking critical aspects of research work including formation of analysis and key findings for publication. You will have the opportunity to work with and report on various data sources, including large routinely-collected data collections (e.g., ABS data), and primary data collected through clinical trials and cohort studies. The Research Fellow will help to bring innovation and improvements to studying issues related to ageing and aged care in Australia into the future.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in statistics, biostatistics, data science, or other quantitative discipline, with five or more years of relevant experience.

Applicants should include a Cover Letter, CV and address Selection Criteria when responding.

Please send application to:                       hr@nari.edu.au

Please see the position description for a full list of responsibilities and selection criteria.

PD Research Fellow B- Biostatistician

For enquiries please contact A/Prof Briony Dow at: b.dow@nari.edu.au

Applications close:   5pm Sunday 25th August 2019


Research Fellow B – Elder Abuse

0.8 EFT (4 days a week) Fixed Term, 18 months

$94,370 – $112,037 per annum, pro rata, depending on experience plus Employer Superannuation contribution 9.5% plus generous Salary Packaging

The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) is an independent, non-profit, medical research organisation recognised internationally as a centre of excellence in gerontology and geriatrics research.  Located in the grounds of the Royal Park Campus of the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Parkville, NARI is a vibrant and dynamic work environment where research is brought to life through rapid translation into policy and practice. NARI’s multi-disciplinary team of researchers are committed to improving the life and health of older people through research.

We are seeking a Research Fellow B to work in the area of elder abuse. The main focus will be to actively lead and contribute to research activities, study management, designing research protocols, data collection and analysis, records management, and undertaking critical aspects of research work including formation of analysis and key findings for publication.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in a relevant discipline.

Please see the position description for a full list of responsibilities and selection criteria.

PD Research Fellow B - Elder Abuse

Applicants should include a Cover Letter, CV and addressed Selection Criteria when responding.

Please send application to  hr@nari.edu.au

For enquiries please contact Bianca Brijnath at:  b.brijnath@nari.edu.au

Applications close: 5pm Monday 22nd July 2019

 


Research Officer / Research Fellow A – Pain in Residential Aged Care Project

0.8EFT (4 days a week) Fixed Term until 30 June 2020

$67,799 - $82,316 per annum, pro rata, depending on experience plus Employer Superannuation Contribution 9.5%, plus generous Salary Packaging

The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) is an independent, non-profit, medical research organisation recognised internationally as a centre of excellence in gerontology and geriatrics research.  Located in the grounds of the Royal Park Campus of the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Parkville, NARI is a vibrant and dynamic work environment where research is brought to life through rapid translation into policy and practice. NARI’s multi-disciplinary team of researchers are committed to improving the life and health of older people through research.

We are seeking a Research Officer or Research Fellow Level A to work on a project with the dedicated and enthusiastic team of the Clinical Gerontology Division.  The project involves the development of a pain management toolkit for the residential aged care sector.

The successful applicant would have a Bachelor’s degree in a health related field and post-graduate qualifications.  Applicants with a clinical or allied health background are welcome to apply. An interest in pain research will be viewed favourably.

Please see the position description for a full list of responsibilities and selection criteria.

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Applicants should include a Cover Letter, CV and addressed Selection Criteria when responding.

Please send application to: hr@nari.edu.au

For enquiries please contact Steven Savvas at: s.savvas@nari.edu.au

Applications close:   Sunday 11 August 2019

 


Expression of Interest: PITCH PhD Opportunity

The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) is leading a 3-year NH&MRC Boosting Dementia Research project called “Promoting Independence though quality dementia care at home (the PITCH project).”  

We are looking for a talented student to undertake a PhD connected to the PITCH study, to commence in 2019.  The position will suit a student with a background in psychology, nursing, implementation science, sociology, social work, biomedicine or other health related disciplines. 

Please see PITCH PhD Opportunity for additional information.

For enquiries please contact Anita Goh: a.goh@nari.edu.au

Submit expressions of interest ASAP