Research Officer in Biostatistics
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In Macquarie's newly established Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences you'll join leading researchers, passionate educators and internationally respected clinicians, united in a mission towards delivering the best patient care. Home to the Australian Institute of Health Innovation and Australia's first fully integrated academic health sciences centre, we are a place of bold discoveries and distinctive educational programs that embolden the future leaders of healthcare.
The Centre for Healthcare Resilience and Implementation Science (CHRIS) is part of the Australian Institute of Health Innovation within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, and has a successful track record of undertaking research and evaluation projects on health sector issues since 1991. Led by Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite, its core interest is to investigate issues of policy, governance and leadership in the health sector. It is involved in conducting original research into clinical governance issues, providing a scholarly capability by which to evaluate health sector policies, programs and projects, and contributing to undergraduate medical, postgraduate health services management, and public health and doctoral education.
The Centre is seeking a full-time Research Officer with statistical analysis skills to assist with research involving health outcomes, including 1) examining group-based trajectory models and also health outcomes following paediatric and adult injury; and 2) analysing clinical outcomes and compliance with the recently introduced Delirium Clinical Care Standard.
The Research Officer will be required to work both independently and as part of a team. They should be able to meet tight deadlines, prioritising work accordingly, and adapt workloads as necessary.
Our website provides details of the Centre's research (www.aihi.mq.edu.au).
To be considered for this position applications are asked to provide a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and attach their curriculum vitae.
Essential Selection Criteria:
- A bachelor's degree and working towards post-graduate qualifications in statistics or biostatistics or a related area.
- Experience with different research designs and application of statistics to health research, including statistical modelling experience, working with a range of large datasets (ideally within health-related research).
- Experience working collaboratively on research projects.
- Experience conducting literature searches.
- Advanced computer skills including MS Office and statistical packages such as SAS
- Experience conducting data analyses and drafting content for presentations, peer-review publications and reports.
For further information regarding this role please view the position description below.
Salary Package: From $87,699-$95,084 p.a. (HEW Level 7), plus 17% employer's superannuation and annual leave loading.
Appointment Type: Full-time, 2 years fixed term position
Position Description: Research Officer - Biostatistics Position Description
Specific Role Enquiries: Associate Professor Rebecca Mitchell, Centre for Healthcare Resilience and Implementation Science, Australian Institute of Health Innovation email@example.com
General Recruitment Enquiries: Daniella Oreskovic at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications Close: 11:55pm on Wednesday 26 April 2017
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