Vacancies

Thank you for your interest in joining the Tropical Australian Academic Health Centre (TAAHC).

Through an emphasis on translational research, TAAHC aims to embed research into health service delivery to improve quality and efficiency of care, enhance recruitment and retention of professionals in the region and encourage greater investment in the north.

Current vacancies with TAAHC are listed below. We look foward to hearing from you. If you have any questions or would like any further information regarding current vacancies at TAAHC, please contact us on (07) 47 81 5036 during business hours or at [email protected]


Current Vacancies

TAAHC Study design, Epidemiology and Biostatistics Support Service Casual Support Officers

Do you have experience in biostatistics or epidemiology? Would you like to support clinician researchers in the statistical design, analysis and interpretation of their research?

The Tropical Australian Academic Health Centre (TAAHC) Study design, Epidemiology and Biostatistics Support Service (SEBSS) is looking for Casual Support Officers that can provide advice and guidance to support quality statistical design, analysis and interpretation of research across TAAHC Members.

Expand your skill set by working with clinician researchers across a range of disciplines. Gain access to mentoring and professional development from the SEBSS Senior Statistical Consultant and Research Education Academic Lead.

Based in northern Queensland with flexible working hours of up to 7.25 hours/week this casual position is a significant opportunity for those with relevant experience within the TAAHC membership  to join a fast-growing, translation orientated organization and contribute to the development of the learning health system in northern Queensland.

About TAAHC
TAAHC is a health research collaboration between the five hospital and health services (HHSs) in northern Queensland (Cairns and Hinterland, Mackay, North West, Torres and Cape and Townsville), the Northern Queensland Primary Health Network, Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council and James Cook University, including the Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine. Through an emphasis on translational research, TAAHC aims to embed research into health service delivery to improve quality and efficiency of care, enhance recruitment and retention of professionals in the region and encourage greater investment in the north.

How to apply

The Position Description for these roles, including selection criteria, can be found below. Please submit your CV and a statement addresssing the selection criteria (no more than two pages) using the link below 23 November 2022.

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Questions?

Please get in touch via email at [email protected] or phone on (07) 47 81 5036.