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NACE Ethics and Regulatory Framework Consultant

  • Work in Parkville within the Royal Children’s Hospital
  • Attractive salary commensurate with experience

Looking to transform child health worldwide in a unique way?

What’s in it for you?

  • Contribute to leading allergy research across Australia. This has the potential to inform national policies, clinical practices, and public health interventions related to allergies
  • Flexible & hybrid working arrangements
  • Wonderful onsite facilities available including showers, changing rooms, free towels and bicycle sheds
  • Subsidised coffee in our lively café Synapse
  • On campus, we have a myriad of retail stores, cafes, restaurants along with a boutique hotel

The opportunity:

The National Allergy Centre of Excellence (NACE) collaborates with hospitals and academic institutes across Australia, focusing on insect, drug, food, and respiratory allergies. Under Pillar 2, in partnership with Queensland University of Technology, NACE is developing the National Allergy BioRepository (NAB). The NAB aims to securely store clinically-derived data, patient information, and biospecimens from approved research sources. It will establish a robust scientific access system for researchers, enabling secure access to data for primary and secondary research. Additionally, the NAB seeks to integrate with other health data sets, such as those from Services Australia and Ambulance Victoria.
Join us at the forefront of allergy research! As a Consultant with the National Allergy BioRepository (NAB) project, your expertise will drive the ethical, legal, and regulatory foundations of our ground-breaking initiative. Be a key player in crafting the protocols that will propel allergy research to new heights.

Responsibilities:

  1. Conduct Review:
    • Thoroughly examine ethics, governance, privacy, legal, and regulatory contexts.
    • Compile a comprehensive and comparative summary report highlighting key considerations.
  2. Draft Protocol and ERM Ethics Application:
    • Craft a robust Protocol and Ethics Review Manager (ERM) application for the NAB.
    • Provide support for stakeholder review, incorporating feedback for continuous improvement.
    • Ensure alignment with ethical standards, legal requirements, and regulatory frameworks.

Finalisation deadlines:

  • Key Deliverable 1: Complete the comprehensive review and summary report by the latest January 10, 2024.
  • Key Deliverable 2: Finalise the Protocol and ERM ethics application by the latest February 14, 2024.

This role will be engaged as a consultant and therefore it is vital you possess your own Australian Business Number (ABN). If you are a dynamic consultant passionate about advancing allergy research and meet the requirements, we want to hear from you!

About you:

  • Excellent time management skills and the ability to multi-task
  • Demonstrated high attention to detail and accuracy of data input
  • Strong interpersonal skills and communication skills - both written and verbal
  • Ability to think independently and act proactively

Who we are:

At Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, we share a powerful vision; to re-imagine the future of child health. We are the home to many life-changing scientific discoveries. We are renowned for our cutting-edge focus on early interventions, improved diagnosis, prevention, and development of potential cures. Our success is founded on a philosophy of collaboration through a multi-disciplinary approach to solving the toughest questions in child health. Murdoch Children’s is committed to creating a culture of inclusivity, equity and respect that celebrates and values the diverse backgrounds and experiences of our people. We strive to foster a positive working environment that is underpinned by equal opportunity for all and consideration for the diverse voices of our people and the communities we serve. Murdoch Children’s is a proud member of the Australian Network on Disability and is a committed subscriber to Science Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) and its principles.

For more information, please refer to the position description. Any specific questions related to this position should be directed to Sweety Mathew on sweety.mathew@mcri.edu.au.

To be considered, applicants should submit:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume

Please submit your application in one combined pdf document.
We welcome all genders, ages, ethnicities, cultural backgrounds, abilities, religions and sexual orientations in our workplace and encourage talented people of any identity to apply to our vacancies. We will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment process and in the workplace, please contact the People Leader listed above if this is needed.

All applicants, please be aware that in line with the Murdoch Children’s and VCGS COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all Murdoch Children’s and VCGS workers must be fully vaccinated (boosted), unless a valid medical exception applies.

Please note, we reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the closing date once a sufficient number of applications have been received.

Closing date:  15 December 2023

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NACE is hiring

NACE Data Governance Consultant

  • Work in Parkville within the Royal Children’s hospital
  • Attractive salary commensurate with experience

Looking to transform child health worldwide in a unique way?

What’s in it for you?

  • Contribute to leading allergy research across Australia. This has the potential to inform national policies, clinical practices, and public health interventions related to allergies
  • Flexible & hybrid working arrangements
  • Wonderful onsite facilities available including showers, changing rooms, free towels and bicycle sheds
  • Subsidised coffee in our lively café Synapse
  • On campus, we have a myriad of retail stores, cafes, restaurants along with a boutique hotel

The opportunity:

The National Allergy Centre of Excellence (NACE) collaborates with hospitals and academic institutes across Australia, focusing on insect, drug, food, and respiratory allergies. Under Pillar 2, in partnership with Queensland University of Technology, NACE is developing the National Allergy BioRepository (NAB). The NAB aims to securely store clinically-derived data, patient information, and biospecimens from approved research sources. It will establish a robust scientific access system for researchers, enabling secure access to data for primary and secondary research. Additionally, the NAB seeks to integrate with other health data sets, such as those from Services Australia and Ambulance Victoria.
As a Consultant with the National Allergy BioRepository (NAB) project, you will play a pivotal role in advancing our scientific access framework. Your expertise will contribute to optimising data access, ensuring compliance with MCRI institutional requirements, and enhancing the overall efficiency of allergy research.

Responsibilities:

  1. Conduct Review:
    • Thoroughly review existing biorepository and registry data access frameworks
    • Evaluate MCRI institutional requirements related to data access
    • Compile a comprehensive reference document encompassing key findings
  2. Prepare Recommendations:
    • Analyse the reviewed frameworks and institutional requirements
    • Formulate clear and concise recommendations for the NAB Scientific Access Framework
    • Provide a roadmap for implementation, emphasizing best practices and compliance

Finalisation deadline:

  • Key Deliverable 1: The timeline for finalising the review and recommendations is set for the latest by February 2024.

This role will be engaged as a consultant and therefore it is vital you possess your own Australian Business Number (ABN). If you are a dynamic consultant passionate about advancing allergy research and meet the requirements, we want to hear from you!

About you:

  • Excellent time management skills and the ability to multi-task
  • Demonstrated high attention to detail and accuracy of data input
  • Strong interpersonal skills and communication skills - both written and verbal
  • Ability to think independently and act proactively

Who we are:

At Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, we share a powerful vision; to re-imagine the future of child health. We are the home to many life-changing scientific discoveries. We are renowned for our cutting-edge focus on early interventions, improved diagnosis, prevention, and development of potential cures. Our success is founded on a philosophy of collaboration through a multi-disciplinary approach to solving the toughest questions in child health. Murdoch Children’s is committed to creating a culture of inclusivity, equity and respect that celebrates and values the diverse backgrounds and experiences of our people. We strive to foster a positive working environment that is underpinned by equal opportunity for all and consideration for the diverse voices of our people and the communities we serve. Murdoch Children’s is a proud member of the Australian Network on Disability and is a committed subscriber to Science Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) and its principles.

For more information, please refer to the position description. Any specific questions related to this position should be directed to Sweety Mathew on sweety.mathew@mcri.edu.au.

To be considered, applicants should submit:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume

Please submit your application in one combined pdf document.
We welcome all genders, ages, ethnicities, cultural backgrounds, abilities, religions and sexual orientations in our workplace and encourage talented people of any identity to apply to our vacancies. We will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment process and in the workplace, please contact the People Leader listed above if this is needed.

All applicants, please be aware that in line with the Murdoch Children’s and VCGS COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all Murdoch Children’s and VCGS workers must be fully vaccinated (boosted), unless a valid medical exception applies.

Please note, we reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the closing date once a sufficient number of applications have been received.

Closing date:  15 December 2023

APPLY TODAY

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