Laboratory Officer, Clinical Skills
About the position
This role is part of the Laboratory Services team within the Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, which is responsible for the management of the Anatomy and Pathology Museums and other teaching laboratories, including the Clinical Skills laboratories, Sports Science and Physiotherapy laboratories and the Research laboratories.
The purpose of this position is to manage the Health Sciences and Medicine Campus Clinical Skills laboratories, providing an efficient and effective facility for student learning, assessment and research. Some duties include; maintaining equipment and inventory, provision of technical support to staff and students, preparing rooms and setting up student practical classes as well as trialling new activities.
About the person:
The successful candidate must possess a qualification in a relevant discipline and/or demonstrated experience in operation of a Clinical Skills laboratory or equivalent. Highly developed organisational and communication skills are required, as is the ability to work harmoniously in a team environment.
A sound understanding of Workplace Health and Safety standards and risk management in a Laboratory environment is essential, along with well-developed administrative skills and experience with the Microsoft Office Suite.
Bond University offers a vibrant campus with state-of-the-art facilities in a picturesque location, as well as a range of tangible benefits including (but not limited to): competitive remuneration, bus services to the door, available car parking, use of library, Career Development Services, corporate discount programs and a bulk-billing medical centre on-site.
Remuneration for the appointment will commence at $64,835 plus 17.5% superannuation per annum.
Position related enquiries can be directed to Mr John Leggett, Senior Manager – Facilities and Laboratories on 07 5595 5491 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Application and submission details:
For further details regarding this appointment please reference the position description and selection criteria.
Applications should include the following supporting documents:
- A cover letter including the position title, where you saw this role being advertised and the position reference number #HSM1835;
- A curriculum vitae which includes the names and contact details of three referees; and
- A statement addressing each of the selection criteria as outlined in the position description.
Completed applications should be sent to:
Peta Dawson/Kayleigh Corlett
Applicants must have current work rights in Australia at the time of application. This status will be verified as part of the recruitment process.
Conditions of employment for this position are offered under a Bond Workplace Agreement (BWA)
Bond University is an equal opportunity employer.