Work in the Sector 2022-06-21T21:35:20+10:00

WORK IN THE SECTOR

Australian Global Health Alliance 

Project Coordinator – Digital (Australian Global Health Alliance)

The Australian Global Health Alliance, a national peak body for organisations working in global health, is hosted at the Nossal Institute for Global Health.

The Alliance is a member-based network strengthening the global health ecosystem in Australia and the region through traditional and non-traditional partnerships and platforms committed to supporting progress on work on planetary health, First Nations health, and gender equality globally. We work in partnership with young leaders and students in global health, academic institutions, government agencies, and international organisations, NGOS, and private sector partnerships with public health.

The Alliance is looking for a Project Coordinator who is enthusiastic about communications in the field of global health, public health, and international development.

About the Role

An integral part of a small team,  the Project Coordinator – Digital will provide support in the clear communication of the Alliance and its networks’ respective brands and strategies and support the growth of our communities.

This opportunity is suited to someone with tertiary qualification in communications and marketing and a communications experience in global health, public health, or international development.

This a part-time position at 0.8 FTE (4 days per week) for a 12-month fixed term contract.

About You

You are an early career professional passionate about communications. You have strong skills in brand communications and work well in a supportive dynamic environment. You are enthusiastic about meaningfully contributing to the next phase of the Alliance.

You will have the ability to:

  • prioritise workflow in managing Alliance communications
  • copywrite for a range of platforms, including social media, website, and other marketing materials
  • work with internal and external key stakeholders
  • work collaboratively
  • report analytics to measure communications success

Remuneration

  • Base salary AUD$65,000 per annum to be paid pro-rata
  • 10% superannuation
  • access to not-for-profit sector salary packaging.
  • Flexible and hybrid working arrangements
  • Access to professional development funding
  • Suite of practical training tools and materials available to all employees
  • Networking opportunities with colleagues in the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health plus across the University of Melbourne

How to Apply

Further details can be obtained from the Position Description or by contacting Selina Namchee Lo, Executive Director – Australian Global Health Alliance

Candidates are requested to submit a:

  • CV (maximum 4 pages)
  • cover letter
  • separate statement addressing each selection criteria outlined in the position description (including the desirable criteria).

Forward your application to Nossal-HR@unimelb.edu.au with “Application – Project Coordinator – Digital” included in the subject line.

Applications close  – Sunday, 3 July 2022 at 11:59pm and will be assessed as they are received. Interviews are planned for week beginning 11 July 2022.

Diversity & Inclusion Statement
Nossal Institute is committed to workplace equity and diversity. We encourage applications from candidates from underrepresented groups, including people with diverse cultural backgrounds, gender identities and people with disability. We aim to remove barriers and apply the principles of reasonable accommodation in recruitment and more broadly in our work.

You need to be eligible to work in Australia.

Relevant background checks will be completed prior to the preferred candidate’s employment being confirmed.

Burnet Institute

Burnet Institute is a leading Australian, unaligned, not-for-profit, organisation that uniquely links medical research with practical action to achieve better health for disadvantaged communities and help solve devastating global health problems.

Burnet Institute brings together a highly diverse skill base, with more than 400 staff and students working across cutting-edge research and projects to address some of the most relevant global health issues. Institute-wide interdisciplinary health programs Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health, Disease Elimination, Behaviours and Health Risks, and Health Security, are at the heart of our daily decision making. Harnessing our international and local field presence, our laboratories, and our mixed development and research cultures drives a greater focus on the most relevant health issues and achieves a greater impact as a result.

Whilst our headquarters is in Melbourne, Australia, we also have offices in Papua New Guinea and Myanmar, and are actively involved in research and public health programs throughout Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and Africa. Burnet is the only unaligned organisation in Australia that has dual accreditation with both the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).

Role 1: Project Officer Position Description

Role 2: Project Manager Project Manager

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Closing date: 27 June 2022

Medicines Development for Global Health

Medicines Development for Global Health develops medicines and vaccines for neglected diseases. Our approach is to bring together the ideas of researchers with our development expertise and passion to develop new products that will be life changing for millions. We are a non-profit company – all funds in excess of expenses are devoted to this purpose.

Our team brings a depth of expertise from within the pharmaceutical and global health sectors in clinical studies, project management, pharmaceutical development and regulatory submissions. With a growing product portfolio, we have a need for two additional Clinical Project Managers to join our expanding team, to support current as well as future studies.

Role 1: Senior Clinical Project Manager (working in African/European time zone)

Role 2: Senior Clinical Project Manager (working in Asia-Pacific time zone, with flexible Melbourne office-based working available)

Position Description

Interested? Please email your resume and short cover letter to Janine Pickering, MDGH People and Organisation Consultant at recruitment@medicinesdevelopment.com or call Janine on +61 419 248 776 for more information.


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