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Position Title: Director Clinical Haematology
Employment Status: Fixed Term Full Time (5 years)
Location: Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, Victoria
Hours per week: 40
An exciting opportunity currently exists for an enthusiastic and highly experienced Clinical Haematologist to join our team as the Director, Clinical Haematology.
The Clinical Haematology Department provides a broad range of care to inpatients and outpatients with malignant and non-malignant haematological disorders. Apheresis and both autologous and allogeneic stem cell transplantation are key specialist features of the service.
The position is located within comprehensive Cancer Services at the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre, at the Austin Hospital.
For further information and to apply, visit the Austin Health Careers website.
Closing date: 17 August 2022
Contact Person 1: Mr Gus Gonzalvo
Contact Number: (61) 466-375-798
Contact Person 2: Cherie Cheshire
Contact Number: (61) 481-004-939
Fixed Term (12 Months) 1.0 FTE Postgraduate Fellow - Blood Transplant and Cell Therapies Fellow - Department of Haematology, Blood Transplant and Cell Therapies - Westmead Hospital - 2023 Clinical Year | Apply via eCredential
Applications close: Tuesday, 16 August 2022
To apply: https://jobs.health.nsw.gov.au/jobs/fixed-term-12-months-1-0-fte-postgraduate-fellow-blood-transplant-and-cell-therapies-fellow-department-of-haematology-blood-transplant-and-cell-therapies-westmead-hospital-2023-clinical-year-apply-via-ecredential-161317
Clinical Trials Fellow, flexible part or full time, Concord Hospital, Sydney, 2.2FTE positions available
A clinical trials fellow position for one or more post-graduate fellows or final year advanced trainees is currently advertised, to start in the 2023 clinical year. Flexible full or part time. Please see https://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/job/provisional-fellow-336647
You will join a supportive, experienced and motivated team of clinician researchers housed in the new Concord Cancer Centre building.
There are a total of 2.2FTE clinical trial fellow positions available, and the preferred applicants will be able to nominate whether their preference is for a full or part-time position. The job will be advertised from 26/7/22 – 16/8/22.
Please contact Nicole Wong Doo email for more information
Salary: ASMS MECA 2022 (NZD 170,369 - 250,560)
Come and make this the defining role of your career with us at Te Whatu Ora - Southern. You know you will excel and grow professionally as you are surrounded by dedicated, supportive and highly talented colleagues. Take the opportunity to help shape and guide the evolution of our Blood and Cancer Service as our Clinical Haematologist.
Mō te tūranga - About the role
This is a remarkable opportunity for a true team player who thrives in a highly supportive, collaborative environment. You'll be welcomed into a team of seven highly effective haematologists - one that's committed to delivering safe, best practice clinical and laboratory services to patients. Expect your experience to have every chance to shine through here, as you help mentor, teach and train others in the team. It will no doubt deliver great professional reward, as will the contribution you'll make to overseeing the inpatient and outpatient management of our patients undergoing treatment for acute leukaemia, high grade lymphoma and other malignant and non-malignant haematological disorders. Equally as important will be your adaptability and, ideally, experience in clinical teaching.
Mōu ake - About you
In addition to your impressive experience in delivering a high standard of clinical practice in Haematology, you'll come to us with an extensive background in clinical and laboratory haematology, with sub-speciality experience and research in aspects of malignant or non-malignant haematology. It's essential you hold a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent, with Fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Physicians with advanced training in Clinical and Laboratory Haematology or equivalent. We would also accept applications from applicants who are about to or have recently completed their haematology fellowship[ however you must be eligible for vocational and/or Locum Tenens registration in Internal Medicine and Pathology with the Medical Council of New Zealand.
Mō mātou - About us
Te Whatu Ora - Southern has the largest geographical coverage of all the New Zealand regions, providing services to 350,000 people in diverse communities. We take pride in all the services we provide, and our aim is to improve, promote and protect the health of our region. We believe that our dedicated and passionate staff are a significant driving force behind the achievement of these standards, and we need more like-minded people to help us continue providing for our community.
Painga - Benefits:
Utu whānui - Salary range
This role belongs to the ASMS Collective Agreement and falls between the Step 1 ($170,369) and Step 15 ($250,560 p.a prorata)
Rā mōnehu - Closing date: Monday, 15 August 2022.
Due to the fast-paced nature of what we do, our vacancy close dates may be subject to change. Don't delay, make sure you apply as soon as possible.
Tono ināianei - Apply now
For a job description or further information, please contact, Agatha Chen, Recruitment Advisor - Senior Medical Officers with your CV. Phone: +64 3 470 9604 or email:
If you currently work for Te Whatu Ora- Health New Zealand - Southern , please apply for this role via our internal careers site, found here: Pulse > Applications > Corporate > SuccessFactors
In the interests of protecting our people and our patients, all appointments will be subject to the following:
Covid vaccination requirements
Following the update to COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021, to be employed with Southern DHB you will be required to be fully vaccinated and have received a booster vaccine against COVID-19. You will need to provide proof of this to Occupational Health staff.
We only accept online applications. Please apply via our website: https://careers.southernhealth.nz/job/Consultant-Haematologist-%28locum%29/580582510/
Haematologist – SMO
Te Whatu Ora – Waitematā
Provide outstanding clinical care in one of the most liveable cities in the world.
Would you like to provide direct clinical care and improve outcomes for patients in a dynamic haematology and research department, all whilst living in one of the most liveable cities in the world?
The Haematology Service provides comprehensive clinical haematology and laboratory haematology services to a large and culturally diverse population of over 630,000 people in the west and north of Auckland, New Zealand. Inpatient services are based at North Shore Hospital while Outpatient clinics and therapies are provided across both North Shore and Waitakere Hospitals.
We are looking for a Consultant Haematologist with a clinical focus to join our well established team. We provide clinical services in malignant haematology, a large thrombosis service and laboratory haematology. In addition to these services we have a large and active research team which is well recognised nationally and internationally. This strong research focus allows us to provide patients with some of the latest novel anti-cancer drugs and treatment options.
Auckland, New Zealand consistently ranks as one of the world’s most liveable cities. The 2019 Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranks Auckland in joint third place. The natural environment and subtropical climate, stable political and social environment, and a comprehensive publicly funded health system were the top three contributing factors for Auckland achieving this spot in the rankings. Auckland is also famous for its easy access to beaches and bush walks, along with numerous high quality restaurants and wineries.
Applications are invited from a suitably qualified specialist Haematologist. Applicants must have or be eligible to obtain vocational registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand and preferably have both FRACP and FRCPA.
Salary and conditions of employment will be in accordance with the New Zealand Association of Salaried Medical Specialists’ collective agreement.
To view a position description click here
Please apply on-line at www.wdhbcareers.com
Job code: WDHB14853
Closing date: 21st Aug 2022
An exciting opportunity currently exists for an enthusiastic and highly experienced Research Fellow to join our Cancer Clinical Trials Centre in 2023.
Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research across 3 campuses in the northeast of Melbourne and state-wide. Austin Health is world-renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation.
Cancer Clinical Trials
The Cancer Clinical Trials Centre (CCTC) is part of the Austin Health Cancer Services conducting a wide variety of cancer clinical trials nationally and internationally and has a reputation for excellence. The CCTC has expertise in managing studies from Phase I to Phase 3, and participates in a mix of investigator-initiated research, Collaborative Group studies and Pharmaceutical Company sponsored clinical trials. CCTC comprises a team of full time and part time Study Co-ordinators (Registered Nurses), Clinical Research Administration Assistants, Clinical Research Fellows, Ethics Submission Co-ordinators, Data Managers and a Finance Officer.
The study coordinators are organised into teams; Team 1 (Lung & Melanoma), Team 2 (Gastrointestinal & Breast), Team 3 (Head / Neck & Genitourinary), Team 4 (Haematology) and Team 5 (Phase 1). Each team has a Clinical Team Lead and a Clinical Research Administration Assistant. The atmosphere within the CCTC is energetic, friendly and cohesive, with a strong teamwork ethic amongst all members and regular meetings with Investigators to discuss study management issues.
The Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre has been established at the Austin Health to provide a holistic approach to cancer treatment and care, wellness and research within a state-of-the-art comprehensive cancer centre. The Cancer Centre is responsible for inpatient medical oncology and clinical haematology, ambulatory medical oncology and clinical haematology, palliative medicine and radiation oncology. The Cancer Clinical Trials Centre has over 200 trials and is a vibrant and growing unit. Incorporated within the ONJ Centre are strong undergraduate and post graduate teaching programs.
Applications are sought from trainees or Clinical Haematologists for the Cancer Clinical Trials Research Fellow position at Austin Health This position will commence February 2023 for a period of at least 12 months. The position is suitable for a third-year trainee or junior consultant.
Work with us! Your reward is to work in a collaborative environment which will provide you with opportunities for ongoing training and development. Your benefits will include salary packaging, and employee assistance program.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Austin Health and if required, a Working With Children Check.
Austin Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.
Closing Date 22 July 2022
Monash Haematology Research is excited to announce that applications are now open for our four Research Fellow Positions for 2023. These are themed to Myeloid Diseases, Lymphoid Diseases, Myeloma and Haemostasis Thrombosis, respectively.
The Research Fellowships include dual appointment as Research Fellow and Visiting Medical Officer (Consultant) for the duration of the Fellowship. The roles are based within the Haematology Research Unit in the Clinical Trials Centre, Monash Health Translation Precinct located at Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne’s inner south-east. There is also scope to enrol or transition into basic science or clinical higher degree studies if desirable.
About Monash Health
Monash Health is Victoria’s largest public health service. We provide safe, high-quality care to one- quarter of Melbourne’s population, across the entire lifespan, from pre-birth to end-of-life. More than 22,000 of us work at over 40 care locations across south-east Melbourne, including seven hospitals and an extensive network of rehabilitation, aged care, community health and mental health facilities.
Monash Haematology is a dynamic academic research organization that integrates the best evidence– base into routine patient care. It provides haematology care to a population of approximately 1.3 million, making it one of the largest services in Australia. Key leadership areas in clinical care and research include: a) Lymphoid diseases, myeloma and CLL b) Acute Leukaemia and Myelodysplastic Syndromes d) Venous thromboembolic disease e) Haemoglobinopathy f) Obstetric Haematology and g) Transfusion medicine. It is an active member of a number of research organisations including Monash University School of Clinical Sciences, the Australasian Leukaemia and Lymphoma Group (ALLG) and the Children’s Oncology Group (COG). In addition, there is an emerging basic science research programme embedded within the state-of-the-art Monash Health Translation Precinct.
Clinical Haematology has a large clinical trials program and is currently involved in over 100 studies, particularly in areas of blood cancer and thrombosis. The unit has an excellent reputation and continues to grow, with an outstanding capacity to recruit due to the large Monash Health catchment. The unit also intends to continue on the success of this year’s inaugural Haematology Research Retreat in Healesville in 2023.
For more information:
Myeloid Diseases: Prof. Jake Shortt email@example.com, Dr Paul Yeh firstname.lastname@example.org, Dr Gareth Gregory email@example.com
Lymphoid Diseases: Prof. Stephen Opat firstname.lastname@example.org, Dr Gareth Gregory email@example.com
Myeloma: Dr Michael Low firstname.lastname@example.org, Dr Gareth Gregory email@example.com
Haemostasis Thrombosis: A/Prof. Sanjeev Chunilal firstname.lastname@example.org, Dr Gareth Gregory email@example.com
Applications close: 27 June 2022
Haematologist, Cancer and Blood Services
Ko wai mātou | Our Organisation
At Te Toka Tumai | Auckland DHB 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.
Te whiwhinga mahi | The Opportunity
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 further details, please refer to the position description here.
Nga Pūkenga Motuhake | Important Skills
The successful applicant must hold a FRACP in Haematology or equivalent. Please note: You must have or be eligible for vocational and / or Locum Tenens registration in Internal Medicine and ideally Pathology with the Medical Council of New Zealand (www.mcnz.org.nz). Please note, if you are an international applicant, 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 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
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 DHB.
For more information on what we offer, please click here
Me pēhea te tuku tono | How to apply
Please submit your application here, outlining your experience and motivation to apply to this role.
If you have any queries about the online process, please contact Nisha Karipoth, Recruitment Consultant at NKaripoth@adhb.govt.nz
Haematology Clinical Research Fellow
Position available from August 2022 onward (start date negotiable for the ideal candidate) 12 months, with preference for candidates seeking extensions to 2 years subject to satisfactory performance
completed (or in the final/penultimate year of training) as a Clinical Haematologist
post-FRCPath examination (UK candidates)
registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Authority (or eligible for registration – visit https://www.medicalboard.gov.au/Registration/International-Medical-Graduates.aspx for further information)
excellent clinical and interpersonal skills
• demonstrated interest in clinical research
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. The 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
Identification, recruitment, and care of patients on clinical trials
Disease subtype focused outpatient clinics
Design, presentation and publication of clinical research
Why join us?
Our fellows have been extremely productive with multiple oral presentations at ASH, high impact first author publications and heavy involvement in developing investigator initiated trials
Protected research time, with projects tailored to suit the disease interests of the successful candidate
Work/life balance: no rostered after hours or weekend commitment
Enjoy a great quality of life: Perth is clean, safe, family friendly, has excellent public schools, a vibrant arts/dining scene, and sunny climate suited to an outdoor lifestyle
For further information
Prof Chan Cheah email
Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre (BRICC)
Contract – 30.4 hours per fortnight
Applications are sought from suitably qualified Haematologists for the position of Consultant Haematologist at Ballarat Health Services (BHS). This position is located within the Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre (BRICC) and is available to commence in July 2022. This particular post is available as a response to the growth in the haematology service.
The successful applicant will be an outstanding clinician, demonstrate an exceptional track record as a haematologist and communicator and provide a high-level knowledge of the haematology service where evidence based clinical approaches are fundamental to the delivery of services. The role includes outpatient clinics including support for the day treatment unit, as well as sharing the Monday to Friday ward service role.
The BRICC is located in the Ballarat Base Hospital, the largest regional hospital in the Grampians region. It is the principal referral hospital for the entire region, which extends from Bacchus Marsh on the outskirts of Melbourne to the South Australian border, an area of ~48,000 square kilometres. The BRICC delivers a multi-modality oncology service – from state-of-the-art radiotherapy and chemotherapy (including outreach), comprehensive allied health and supportive care, research and clinical trials to a vibrant Wellness Centre offering a full suite of complementary therapies.
The haematology service is slowly expanding, currently supported by three staff haematologists. The inpatient team is supported by a BPT registrar, with the addition of an HMO to the team in 2021. The service is well supported by the medical oncology team which currently comprises 5 full time and 5 visiting medical oncologists. An expanded medical training program includes an advanced trainee oncology registrar, a clinical oncology Fellow, as well as basic trainee medical registrars and medical residents.
We work closely with the Radiation Oncology Unit (BAROC), Palliative Care (outstanding inpatient palliative care facility “Gandarra”), haematology inpatient services (ward 4 south) and the onsite satellite pharmacy. The oncology unit supports 4 outreach consultation and treatment services at Stawell, Horsham, Maryborough and Hamilton with referrals from these services for haematological conditions.
Ballarat is a vibrant regional hub offering easy access to Melbourne, the greater Grampians region and surf coast shire beaches. With a growing population, low cost of living, outstanding schools and vibrant sporting and arts communities, Ballarat is indeed an enviable location for your next career move or progression.
This role is suited to a clinical haematologist wishing to contribute to a growing and vibrant service and also an aspirational professional driven by career, community and contribution. An attractive remuneration package is attached to this role. Registration or eligibility for registration with the Medical Board of Australia is a must. Applicants must be Fellows of the Royal Australian College of Physicians or equivalent. AHPRA registration is mandatory.
For further information please contact BHS Clinical Director of Medical Oncology Dr. Stephen Brown at email. Interested applicants can apply online at www.bhs.org.au, all applications must be submitted on line.
Closing Date 29 May 2022
Appointment is subject to a satisfactory immunisation clearance, Working with Children Check and a satisfactory current police record check.
Grampians Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (or questioning), intersex and asexual (or allies) LGBTQIA+
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