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Deputy Director - Clinical Haematology - Princess Alexandra Hospital Brisbane
Closing Date: 4 December 2023
For full details
Contact: Prof Paula Marlton 07 3176 5564
link to apply: https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-PA11524451
Haematology Trials Fellow - SA Health
Closing date: 28 November 2023
As the Haematology Trials Fellow, you will develop expertise in the diagnosis and management of haematological disorders, which will include exposure to clinical research and clinical trials. You will work collaboratively with patients, scientific staff, and other health professionals from other public and private health services to achieve high quality service provision to patients. You will be responsible for understanding, reviewing, and implementing treatment protocols, quality monitoring requirements including clinical audit and critical reviews.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
For further information regarding this role, contact: Britta Richards, Executive Administration Officer, Ph: (08) 8204 7133, Email: Britta.Richards@sa.gov.au
Position title: Classification: Reports to: Department:
Consultant – Haematology Lead, Acute Myeloid Leukaemia, 0.5FTE As per award
Head, Clinical Haematology Unit
Closing date: 2 November 2023
The primary focus of this role is to lead Monash Health’s Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) program, including development and oversight of treatment protocols and quality management systems. The pursuit of clinical research strategies is a key priority.
An understanding of haematologic disease particularly AML and stem cell transplantation is essential. The incumbent must contribute to regular functioning of the Haematology unit. There will also be a requirement to participate in the advanced trainee teaching program and other relevant unit and hospital educational, scientific/research and quality activities.
Key result areas
As a Consultant - Haematology Lead, Acute Myeloid Leukaemia you will have a significant responsibility and a complex role. You will be required to undertake:
Development of protocols and procedures and care pathways for patients with AML.
Take a lead role in AML multidisciplinary team meetings
Take a lead role in AML quality management and maintenance of local and external AML databases
Formulation of original research hypotheses and development of new clinical research protocols
Leading clinical trials ando advance clinical trial activity at Monash Health
Provision of routine medical care for patients with blood diseases.
Supervision and teaching of junior medical staff and medical students.
Extensive interaction with other health professionals, especially, nursing, pharmacy and allied health staff
Self-management (including time management,, accessing education and training and completing college
Demonstrate commitment towards key organisational initiatives
Demonstrate compliance with all relevant Monash Health Policies and Procedures
Preparation of manuscripts for publication in peer reviewed literature
Attendance at outpatient clinics, haematology research and multidisciplinary team meetings as required
Participate in organisational quality programs and procedures
Budget: All existing/unallocated: 0.2 CST , 0.1 Haem research (AML lead), 0.1 EFT from ward service, 0.1 Haem Lab Equivalent full-time employees: 0.5 FTE
Registrar - Advanced Trainee Haematology
Closing Date: Wednesday 8 November, 2023
An accredited Haematology Advanced Training Position is available at the Launceston General Hospital, Launceston, Tasmania, in 2024. This position is accredited by the RACP for 12 months of advanced training and is supported by a team of 5.2 FTE consultant haematologists, 1 BPT ward registrar and intern.
The successful applicant will be mainly focused on meeting the needs of the acute hospital setting undertaking both inpatient and outpatient work. The position will provide an excellent opportunity to expand and develop the incumbent’s skills and experience delivering care to patients with a wide range of both malignant and non-malignant haematological conditions.
Work involves a mix of tertiary referral centre and outreach clinics in a multidisciplinary setting. Duties include:
1. Assessment and management of ambulant Haematology patients requiring treatment within the WP Holman Clinic outpatient facility, Launceston General Hospital.
2. Advising, mentoring and overseeing the work of junior medical staff assigned to the care of inpatient Haematology patients at the Launceston General Hospital.
The Northern Cancer Service provides comprehensive cancer care to the population of Northern/North West Tasmania (250,000 people). Treatment centres are located at the WP Holman Clinic, Launceston General Hospital, North West Cancer Centre, Burnie, and the Mersey Community Hospital. An integrated multi-disciplinary service using state-of-the-art technology is provided with the disciplines of Haematology, Medical Oncology and Radiation Oncology all operating on the one site.
The Haematology service at the Launceston General Hospital (where the advanced trainee position is based) is supported by the local availability of comprehensive pathology and imaging services including CT, MRI, and nuclear medicine, including PET scan facilities. A formal Haematology MDT conducts weekly meetings.
The Launceston General Hospital is a major training site for the University of Tasmania Clinical School. Teaching and research is encouraged and attendance at national and international Haematology meetings, as well as training and educational events, will be supported.
There is an on-call requirement for advanced trainees which equates to a 1 in 6 rotation based in Launceston.
Launceston offers a fabulous regional lifestyle with excellent public and private schools, recreational and sporting facilities, shopping, entertainment and cultural pursuits. Country or city living is available within minutes of the hospital and there is easy access to Melbourne.
Details of Appointment
Fixed Term full time day worker with on call position working 80 hours per fortnight, commencing from 5 February 2024 until 2 February 2025
*notwithstanding hours to be negotiated with the successful applicant
Medical Practitioner Level 5 - 11 $97,946 - $138,593 per annum, pro rata + 11% superannuation + access to salary packaging
Successful applicants will be required to meet the essential criteria:
General or limited registration with the Medical Board of Australia
To apply go to https://careers.pageuppeople.com/759/cw/en/job/1111257/registrar-advanced-trainee-haematology-522792
Closing: Wednesday 8 November, 2023
For more information:
Dr Jessica Heenan Haematologist
Northern Cancer Service
Launceston General Hospital
Ph: +61 3 6777 6140
Haematology Research Fellow - Haematology Research Department North Shore Hospital
We are looking for an eager and enthusiastic Haematology Research Fellow to assist and conduct local and international clinical trials, specialising in outpatient phase1, 2 & 3 clinical trials. We are known for our high standards and friendly team.
Are you enthusiastic, motivated, and have outstanding attention to detail?
Do you want to be part of an exciting and growing research organisation?
This is a full-time position (40 hours per week, Mon-Fri). NO SHIFT WORK OR WEEKENDS! One year fixed term contract with focus on Haematology Research. We offer competitive remuneration on an independent contract (4 weeks of Annual leave plus CME)
We offer flexible employment practices, career and research development and a diverse and inclusive working environment that directly contributes to improving the lives of our patients.
Some of your responsibilities include:
You will be able to expand on your relevant training and experience in clinical haematology, and generally be either in the final year of Haematology advanced training or within 5 years of completing FRACP and/or FRCPA training in Haematology. Consideration would be given to physician trainees completing RACP qualifications with applicable experience.
Please note, you must be registered or be eligible for general registration as a Medical Officer with the Medical Council of New Zealand. You will be required to provide source verification of your qualifications for your registration application. For more information about the registration process and source verification of qualifications, please visit www.mcnz.org.nz
For more information please contact:
Tel +64 9 486 8920 ext 49725
email email@example.com or
Dr Sophie Leitch sophie.leitch @waitematadhb.govt.nz
If you have the outlined skills and qualifications, APPLY now.
Haematology Clinical Research Fellow (Lymphoma, Myeloma, Leukaemia/MDS)
Multiple positions available from February 2024 (negotiable start dates)
Initial appointment for 12 months, with extensions enouraged subject to satisfactory performance
You will play an integral role in the function of a busy clinical trials unit with >30 studies ranging from phase I-III across lymphoma, myeloma and leukaemia. We have an active cellular therapy program including autologous and allogeneic CAR T-cell trials. Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital is Perth’s largest public tertiary hospital, located 5km west of central Perth.
For an overview of our department and trials currently open visit www.bloodcancerwa.org.au
Prof Chan Cheah
Clinical Research Fellowship
Part-time FTE 0.5 – January 2024 to December 2024
Applications close on Friday, 13th November 2023 at 5:00 pm
The Perth Blood Institute (PBI) conducts medical research into blood disorders, including their causes, prevention and treatment options; facilitates access to high quality clinical trials for people affected by blood disorders; and provides valuable information about blood disorders to its community of patients and their families.
PBI is pleased to call for applications for a PBI Clinical Research Fellowship to be taken up from January 2024. PBI is flexible with the commencement date, and is able to provide performance based extensions beyond the initial 12 month term.
PBI is seeking a FRACP/FRCPA qualified, highly motivated and enthusiastic Haematology Fellow / new consultant Haematologist to join our thriving haematology and research practice. Our centre of excellence is co-located in West Perth alongside Western Haematology and Oncology Clinics and Western Diagnostic Pathology, and at Murdoch University. The successful applicant will work closely with our Clinical Trials Unit in performing Sponsor and Investigator initiated research and conducting clinical consultations. Currently we have over 30 active clinical trials.
There may also be an opportunity for additional clinical and laboratory haematology consultation experience, depending on interest and circumstance.
Furthermore, there is also an opportunity to initiate and conduct your own investigator led research and to pursue your private haematology practice to supplement this opportunity.
PBI Clinical Research Fellowship Priorities
Alignment with PBI vision and aims – to extend the lifespan and quality of life for those living with blood disorders
Able to combine research with clinical haematology role
Focus on optimising outcomes while ensuring exceptional clinical care to patients
enrolled on clinical trials
PBI Clinical Research Fellowship Value
The Clinical Research Fellowship is funded to a total value of $75,000 for a period of one year (at 0.5FTE), with performance based extensions beyond the initial 12 month term. As a Not for Profit, PBI provides favourable salary sacrificing arrangements and related tax benefits.
If further clinical haematology consultation work opportunities are undertaken, depending on interest and circumstances, this would provide additional earnings.
Additionally, living in Western Australia provides attract quality of life benefits, such as an outdoor lifestyle, favourable climate and clean environment, along with many comparative cost of living benefits.
PBI Clinical Research Fellowship Eligibility
Be able to take up the Fellowship from January 2024, or other mutually agreed date
Be FRACP and/or FRCPA qualified in Haematology
Be an Australian or New Zealand resident
Provide regular progress reports to PBI
Please forward a cover letter, CV and the names and contact details of 2 referees to:
Professor Ross Baker
Chair, The Perth Blood Institute firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information please email email@example.com
Haematologist – Malignant haematology, Te Pūriri o te Ora - Cancer and Blood Service - AAP010820
Applications close 29 October 2023
Te whiwhinga mahi | The Opportunity
Te Pūriri o Te Ora Regional Cancer and Blood Service, based at Auckland City Hospital, is the leading provider of cancer care in the Auckland region, serving a large and varied population of around 1.7 million people.
As a Haematologist, you will utilize your skills and experience in malignant haematology while having the opportunity to be involved in the full spectrum of haematological cancer care. Your extensive work experience in clinical haematology with sub-speciality experience and research in aspects of general and malignant haematology including the treatment of acute leukaemia are keys to your success in this role. However, we would also be interested to have a conversation if you have interests and experience with other sub specialties.
You will be a part of the Clinical Haematology Service, providing secondary haematology services to the central Auckland area and tertiary services including treatment of acute leukaemia, high grade lymphoma and autologous/allogeneic stem cell transplant for the greater Auckland region (population greater than 1.5 million). You will be working with a well-established thrombosis unit and bleeding disorder program including dedicated haemophilia care, as well as LabPlus who provides integrated and comprehensive laboratory support for the clinical service. This service also comprises of an extensive clinical trials unit and has links with medical and radiation oncology programs. In this role, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the teaching programme for undergraduate students, registrars and hospital staff
For all aspects of this role and experience/knowledge required please see the position description.
For more information about this role please contact Elizabeth Shaw, Service Clinical Director - Haematology at firstname.lastname@example.org
He aha ngā painga o tēnei mahi mōu | Why you will enjoy working here
World-class shopping and phenomenal dining are never too far from harbours, islands, native bush and black-sand beaches. Go skydiving or whale watching, hike an ancient volcanic cone, taste local award-winning wine, or stargaze from the International Dark Sky Sanctuary of remote Great Barrier Island.
We recognise there is more to life than mahi | work, and we encourage and provide access to all our staff several services and benefits to support themselves whilst they are employed within Te Toka Tumai Auckland. You will also enjoy:
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Ko wai mātou | Our Organisation
We are Te Whatu Ora Te Toka Tumai Auckland. We provide health and disability services to more than half a million people living in central Auckland, regional services for Northland and greater Auckland, and specialist national services for the whole of New Zealand. Our main sites are Auckland City Hospital, Greenlane Clinical Centre and Starship Children’s Hospital, located in central Auckland.
We are part of Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand, the overarching organisation for New Zealand’s National Health Service. Te Whatu Ora leads the day-to-day running of the health system, with functions delivered at local, district, regional and national levels.
We are committed to upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi and providing culturally safe care. We value role modelling manaakitanga as demonstrated by Ngāti Whātua in the gifting of their whenua on which our hospitals stand. We aspire to having a workforce reflective of the communities we serve and achieving equitable outcomes for all.
Nga Pūkenga Motuhake | Important Skills
To be successful in this role-
You must have or be eligible for vocational and / or Locum Tenens registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand (www.mcnz.org.nz).
Me pēhea te tuku tono | How to apply
Please submit your application online here, outlining your experience and motivation to apply to this role.
If you have any queries about accessibility, or technical issues with the online process, please contact Jade Cowley, Recruitment Consultant at email@example.com to discuss how we can best support your application.
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Haematologist - Stem Cell Transplant, Te Pūriri o Te Ora Regional Cancer and Blood Service
As a part of the malignant haematology and stem cell transplant team, you will utilize your skills and experience with a focus on transplant and cellular therapy while having the opportunity to be involved in the full spectrum of haematological cancer care. Your work experience in clinical haematology with sub-speciality experience and research in aspects of general and malignant haematology including the treatment of plasma cell disorders, leukaemia, and stem cell transplantation are keys to your success in this role. However, we would also be interested to have a conversation if you have interests and experience with other sub specialties.
You will be a part of the malignant Clinical Haematology Service, providing secondary haematology services to the central Auckland area and tertiary services including treatment of acute leukaemia, high grade lymphoma and autologous/allogeneic stem cell transplant for the greater Auckland region (population greater than 1.5 million). The Malignant Haematology service works closely with a well-established thrombosis unit and bleeding disorder program including dedicated haemophilia care, as well as LabPlus who provides integrated and comprehensive laboratory support for the clinical service.
This service also has an extensive suite of clinical trials (collaborative group, investigator initiated, and pharmaceutical sponsored) as well as excellent links with regional medical and radiation oncology programs.
In this role, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the teaching programme for undergraduate medical students, registrars and hospital staff. An interest in quality improvement is also valuable supporting this unit’s drive for excellence and continued FACT accreditation.
For more information about this role please contact Elizabeth Shaw, Service Clinical Director - Haematology on firstname.lastname@example.org
Auckland City boasts world-class shopping, restaurants, 5-star accommodation, wine bars and night clubs, art galleries and cafes. The surrounding Auckland region features vineyards, stunning beaches, pristine rainforest, wildlife encounters, island adventures and endless water activities
We recognise there is more to life than mahi | work, and we encourage and provide access to all our staff several services and benefits to support themselves whilst they are employed within Te Toka Tumai Auckland.
If you have any queries about accessibility, or technical issues with the online process, please contact Jade Cowley, Recruitment Consultant at email@example.com discuss how we can best support your application.
Fellows in Haematology: Available from February 2024
Exciting positions are available at Royal Perth Hospital (RPH) for Fellows/ Senior Registrars in clinical and laboratory haematology available from February 2024 until January 2025.
The 2 positions are suitable for trainees who have completed, or are completing, RACP and RCPA joint training or equivalent in 2023 or 2024 and wish to develop further expertise in clinical research. Applicants must have completed part 1 FRACP.
Position 1 is a Clinical Trials Fellow with the opportunity to coordinate and co-lead clinical trials across the spectrum of haematology malignancies. The clinical trials range from phase I to phase III, including first-in- human studies. The department focus is on acute myeloid leukaemia, myeloma, lymphoma and myeloproliferative disorders.
Position 2 is a Cellular Therapy Fellow. Working with Cell and Tissue Therapies of Western Australia (CTTWA), a facility on site at RPH responsible for stem cell processing for autologous stem cell transplants and the development of cellular therapies. The haematology department works closely with CTTWA and is actively involved with a CAR-T cell therapy developmental program using autologous and trials of “off the shelf” allogeneic CAR-T cells.
RPH Haematology Fellows will also have the opportunity to participate in translational research projects in collaboration with Professor Wendy Erber and her team at the University of Western Australia. Fellows have recently been successful applicants for research grants looking at:
The role of plasma cfDNA (liquid biopsies) in the diagnosis and management of acute myeloid leukaemia and myelodysplastic syndromes.
Chromosomal analysis of haematological malignancies by imaging flow cytometry for CLL and myeloma using the world-first immunoflow-FISH method.
Platelet transcriptome as novel biomarker in myeloproliferative neoplasms.
Responsibilities also include a shared service commitment with other Fellows and advanced Trainees in performing and reporting bone marrow biopsies, reporting laboratory results including peripheral bloods and flow cytometry. Clinical responsibilities include inpatient care, outpatients and a consultative service and an on call commitment.
Please forward an expression of interest and a CV by 31 May 2023 with the names and contact details (email and telephone number) of 2 referees to:
Professor Michael Leahy
Head of Haematology,
Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Western Australia firstname.lastname@example.org+61 438 384 482
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