Reserach Fellow/Fellow, MAE Program

Location
Canberra, Australia
Posted
26 Jun 2018
End of advertisement period
01 Aug 2018
Ref
525475
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Part Time

Classification: Academic Level B or C
Salary package: $96,087 - $131,402 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Term: Four year fixed term appointment, part time at 17.5 hours per week

Position overview

ANU has an international reputation for research and education relevant to the health and well-being of the population of Australia, as well as that of the developing world. This is achieved through discovery research, applied research in health service settings, research-led teaching in health and medical sciences, and the translation of research findings into practice and policy. The ANU College of Health and Medicine comprises the Research School of Psychology, the ANU Medical School, the John Curtin School of Medical Research and the Research School of Population Health. These schools work together to deliver world-class research and education across the spectrum of medicine and health-related fields, working in partnership with the health sector at local, national and international levels.  

The position sits in the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, one of five centres within the Research School of Population Health (RSPH).  The Research Fellow/Fellow will contribute to the MAE program through convening subjects, teaching and supervising students, and conduct applied epidemiological research into a relevant area of work that may be infectious or non-communicable in nature.  

A major priority of the position will be to work closely with other MAE program staff to establish and support the ASEAN-Australia Health Security Fellowship Program in collaboration with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security. The position will be based in Canberra with regular periods of interstate and/or international duty travel. The primary aim of the position will be to help develop and deliver health security and health systems leaders for our region by:

  1. Training and supporting candidates from South East Asian countries to undertake the MAE program, while they simultaneously work in and strengthen the health system in their own country.
  2. Training and supporting Australian candidates to work in regional public health placements at institutions such as ministries of health units or WHO offices in ASEAN nations as part of their field-training component of their course.
  3. Training and supporting each of these candidates, while in their field placements, to deliver capacity-building programs on various field epidemiology topics. These training programs may be for their own colleagues, for other members of the public health workforce, or may be in other ASEAN countries.

For additional information, please contact Professor Ross Andrews E: ross.andrews@anu.edu.au T: +61 7 3169 4229

Position Description:  PD_MAE Level B_C.pdf

Closing Date: 1 August 2018

The University actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more information on employment opportunities, contact our Indigenous Employment Consultant via: indigenous.employment@anu.edu.au  

ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion

Application information

In order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:

  • A statement addressing the selection criteria.
  • A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.
  • Other documents, if required.

Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.