We often seek talented, practical people from a range of disciplines to join our team.

Why work with us?

  • Join a team dedicated to creating change and transforming healthcare
  • Work alongside experts from leading Victorian hospitals, research and academic institutions
  • Experience a collaborative, supportive and kind workplace culture
  • Access generous salary packaging options

Job opportunities are listed below as they become available. You can also see other Alliance member organisations who offer career opportunities in genomics.

Current opportunities at Melbourne Genomics

Project Clinician - Statewide Paediatrics

While genomic testing can provide answers to many childhood conditions, the test is under-utilised in paediatrics. An MBS number now covers whole exome testing for children with specific characteristics, but many barriers remain.

Melbourne Genomics has a 12-month secondment for a Project Clinician to assist paediatricians in requesting funded exome tests for their patients.

The Project Clinician will review evidence, engage paediatricians and parents, and co-design, implement and evaluate interventions.

We are seeking expressions of interest from medical officers with experience in paediatric settings. As a part-time role, it would suit someone wanting to balance a clinical workload with impactful research.

Expressions of interest are open until 31 January 2023. Please include why you are interested in this role, a short summary of relevant experience, and your contact details.

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