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The Kirby Institute is the major research body in Australia with responsibility for research into the clinical and epidemiological aspects of HIV/AIDS. It is also responsible for research into the clinical and epidemiological aspects of other blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections, in particular Viral Hepatitis.
About the role
- $87K-$94K plus (9.5% superannuation and leave loading)
- Fixed Term for 1 year
- Full-time (35 hours per week)
The primary purpose of this position is to coordinate and conduct data analysis to support the Australian Collaboration for Coordinated Enhanced Sentinel Surveillance for STIs and blood borne viruses (ACCESS project) based at the Kirby Institute. This position will develop and maintain the study database, conduct analyses, and assist with the preparation of technical reports from the national sexual health and hospital outpatient department surveillance networks.
About the successful applicant
To be successful in this role you will have:
- Substantial relevant experience in the conduct of clinical trials and research as well as the alibility to interpret complex population health-related data in a health policy context.
- Experience in data analysis, including experience using Stata or a similar statistical program and reporting skills. Ideally you will also have data linkage experience as well as experience with SQL and/or Oracle database systems.
- Graduate biomedical science qualifications, computer or other medical qualifications including epidemiology, public health or a related area with biostatistics and/or epidemiology training, or equivalent level of related work experience
You should systematically address the selection criteria listed within the position description in your application. Please apply online - applications will not be accepted if sent to the contact listed.
Professor Basil Donovan, Program Head
T: (61 2) 9385 0900
Applications close: 21 October 2016