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Haematology Clinical Trials Fellow - Adelaide SA Health

8 Dec 2022 12:13 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

Haematology Clinical Trials Fellow

SA Health
Job reference: 805106
Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE
Job status: Long Term Contract
Eligibility: Open to Everyone

Application Closing Date:  11:55 pm Friday 16 December 2022

Central Adelaide Local Health Network, The Royal Adelaide Hospital

·       Salary  MDP-2  $86,635/$140,058   

·       Salary  MDP-3  $144,389/$150,154

·       Full-time temporary from 6/2/23 up to 4/2/24

The Royal Adelaide Hospital Haematology Clinical Trials Unit performs clinical research across the spectrum of haematological conditions, including haemostasis, transfusion, and haematological neoplasia. The incumbent will work with the Principal Investigators to maximise enrolment in clinical trials and provide high quality care to the patients. The incumbent will gain additional clinical expertise in the conduct of clinical research, and will be expected to develop original research initiatives (in conjunction with the relevant Principal Investigator) as well as participating in active clinical trial programs.

During training the person will participate in:

·       the initiation of and ongoing participation in research and clinical trials.

·       the provision of outpatient, consultative, and laboratory services for patients under appropriate supervision.

Bachelor of Medicine; Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent, registrable with the Medical Board of Australia as a Medical Practitioner with General Registration.  Completion of part 1 of the RCPA Haematology examinations (or equivalent).

Benefits of Working at CALHN
From salary packaging to flexible working arrangements, and a large range of opportunities for movement and career progression, you’ll find there are lots of benefits of working with Central Adelaide Local Health Network.

·       Salary packaging: Salary packaging is an option for saving money by paying for some of your everyday expenses from your salary before it is taxed.

·       Diversity and inclusion: CALHN supports and fosters a culture in which employees feel they belong and feel safe at work. The culture aims to encourage all people to use their talents and to be valued and rewarded for their contributions.

·       Flexible working arrangements: Voluntary flexible working provisions have been introduced to enable CALHN employees to better balance work, personal life and family commitments.

·       Opportunity for movement across the SA Health system: There are always opportunities for you to develop your skills and your career at one of our many metropolitan or regional sites


We’re looking for talented staff to join us and help us to shape the future of health through world-class care and world-class research and achieve our vision of being in the top 50 health services in the world and top 5 in Australia.

Each day presents our nearly 15,000 employees with an opportunity to perform at their best, not because they are expected to, but because they want to as they work together to achieve our strategic ambitions. Together we’re committed to delivering the very best in care for the community in line with our organisation’s values.

The Central Adelaide Local Health Network includes South’s Australia’s major quaternary facility, the Royal Adelaide Hospital, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre and the Repat Health Precinct. We also deliver mental health services at Glenside Health Services and at a range of other locations across the metropolitan area.

Our Statewide clinical services include BreastScreen SA, SA Pathology, SA Medical Imaging and SA Pharmacy. Community health services include SA Dental (including School Dental Services), SA Prison Health and Donate Life SA.

Application Information:

In addition to the annual salary package, we also offer salary sacrifice benefits, employer superannuation contributions and leave loading.

Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening. 

COVID-19 vaccination is an essential requirement under the Public Health Act 2011 (Healthcare Setting Workers Vaccination) (COVID-19) to work in SA Health/health care.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.  Job ref: 805106

Enquiries to

Simela Falagas   Telephone:  7074 4675


Application Closing Date

11:55 pm Friday 16 December 2022


 805106 RD Haematology Clinical Trials Fellow.pdf

Australian applicant guidelines

International applicant guidelines


Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand (HSANZ)
145 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Tel: 02 8097 8114


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