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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, efficient organisational skills, clear and effective communication and interpersonal skills?
Do you want to be part of an exciting and growing research organisation?
Previous experience in Research is an advantage but not essential. Training will be provided if needed.
This is a full-time position (40 hours per week, Mon-Fri). NO SHIFT WORK OR WEEKENDS! One year fixed term starting in early February 2022 with focus on Haematology Research. We offer competitive remuneration on an independent contract (6 weeks of Annual leave and 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:
Ensure that clinical studies are carried out according to International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH), regulatory authorities’ requirements and any other local policies and requirements
Attending patient visits, evaluating treatment per protocol
Implementing clinical trial protocols including clinical assessments, diagnostic
test ordering and result interpretation, phone triage and liaising with key
study and medical personnel, and sponsors.
To conduct research projects
Keeping up to date with latest research and training.
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:
Leo Gonzalez Perez (Team Leader CNS Haematology Research) Tel 09 486 8920 ext 43702 email or
Dr Henry Chan email
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An opportunity currently exists for an enthusiastic and highly experienced clinical nurse leader for the role of Nurse Unit Manager - Ward 7 South, a dynamic and specialised Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant ward.
Position Title: Nurse Unit Manager
Employment Status: Permanent Full Time
Location: Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, Victoria
Hours per week: 40
The role is a permanent full time position, 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: 30 May 2021
Contact Person 1: Belinda Rickard Email:
Contact Number: 0412-129-320
Contact Person 2: Helen Longton Email:
Contact Number: (61 3) 9496-9746
The Canterbury District Health Board systematically plan, fund and deliver care to almost 600,000 people that live in the Canterbury region. The Canterbury Health System is a world leader in the delivery of integrated health care. Our main focus is placing people (staff and patients alike) at the centre of everything we do.
The Canterbury DHB Haematology Service provides comprehensive diagnostic and clinical management support for adult patients with blood disorders throughout New Zealand’s South Island. The department is currently staffed by seven haematologists.
Between the hospital and community IANZ-accredited laboratories, a full range of tertiary-level haematology diagnostic techniques is available. The adult Clinical Haematology Service delivers comprehensive management of malignant and non-malignant conditions. The former include remission-induction of acute leukaemias and high-grade lymphomas, as well as autologous and allogeneic stem cell transplantation.
Christchurch Hospital is the largest tertiary, teaching and research hospital in the South Island and we presently have a fixed term role of twelve months for a Consultant Haematologist who is eligible for registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.
The Haemostasis Service has responsibility for thrombotic and bleeding disorder management, including strategy development across medical, surgical, paediatric and obstetric areas. The service maintains an active clinical trial programme, participating in international phase I/II and phase III studies of therapeutic products for coagulation, malignant and non-malignant conditions.
If you thrive on working in a diverse community which has a sizeable complexity of need then we would like to hear from you.
There is a possibility that the fixed term may be extended.
Our Culture: What matters to us
Ko ngā tāngata, te mātua mahi
Putting people at the heart of all we do
Health is ultimately all about people. What’s important around here is the way we care for and respect others, the responsibility taken for delivering outcomes, and going about our work with integrity.
Being part of the Canterbury District Health Board, our people enjoy access to, flexible working arrangements and a genuine and ongoing focus on career development.
We hope you’ll seriously consider joining us, but if this role isn’t a good fit for you, please share this opportunity with people in your personal networks.
The Canterbury DHB believes that diversity and inclusion is key to ensure we deliver the best care for our diverse population. The Canterbury DHB is an inclusive and equal opportunity employer that welcomes and respects everyone.
Apply online, or to find out more information about the recruitment process please contact Tracey Sutherland, Recruitment Specialiston
Your application will be reviewed and progressed as soon as possible.
Link to apply:
Due to the planned retirement of one of our team and the need to grow our service delivery we are looking for a Specialist Haematologist to join our team based at Tauranga Hospital with a focus on the delivery of high-quality specialist care to the rapidly growing population across the Bay of Plenty.
At the heart of our services are our CARE values – Compassion, All One Team, Responsiveness and Excellence.
We are looking to recruit a Haematologists who is keen to participate with us in developing responsive and innovative ways of meeting the needs of our growing population. The role is suited to someone who is enthusiastic around service improvement and working as part of a multidisciplinary team. The Bay of Plenty District Health Board is committed to our Te Toi Ahorangi vision of equitable services and health outcomes for Maori. To meet this vision the ideal candidate will have experience in working in a culturally diverse setting and proven skills in contributing to services which have evolved to meet the needs of patients, whanau/family and the wider community through an integrated service model of care.
The Haematology service is responsible for predominantly ambulatory patients however does provide specialist advice and oversight for inpatients with haematological presentations. Outpatient clinics and support is also provided to Physicians caring for patients within the Eastern Bay of Plenty (Whakatāne Hospital).
In addition, we seek an individual who is has the skills to foster a learning culture across undergraduate and postgraduate medical staff, with the support of the BOP clinical school and the University of Auckland. The school also provides clinical research opportunities.
Our team actively encourage work life balance and the Bay of Plenty is ideally situated for those who like to work, rest and play – beautiful beaches, stunning scenery, excellent schools and a vibrant social city culture.
Applicants must hold or be eligible for vocational registration with the New Zealand Medical Council or be training in NZ and with 9 months or less of advanced training remaining to achieve FRACP.
If you would like to chat further about this exciting opportunity then please contact:
Marie Hughes – Specialist Haematologist email or
Sandra Fielding – Acting Business Leader - email
The Bay of Plenty District Health Board has an innovative culture where staff share the principles of Compassion, All-One-Team, Responsive and Excellence in their daily work. The successful applicant will have to provide evidence they are compassionate, team spirited, responsive to needs and with an attitude of always striving for excellence.
The BOPDHB are committed to improving Māori health outcomes and achieving health equity for Māori through Te Tiriti o Waitangi obligations. It is essential you demonstrate an awareness of Māori indigenous rights and current issues in relation to health and health equity.
All applications are to be made online or email your application through to careers
Closing date: 15 May 2021
Monash Health are now looking to appoint an experienced nursing professional to the role of Haematology Clinical Nurse Consultant (Haematology Inpatient and Outpatients). This is a permanent (ongoing) role, working full time hours and is based at Monash Medical Centre, Clayton.
About the role
Through building and developing close working relationships with ward based medical, nursing and allied health teams, the Haematology Clinical Nurse Consultant supports and educates haematology patients and their carers from diagnosis and throughout their disease journey. This occurs in both the inpatient and outpatient settings.
Key responsibilities of the role include:
Closing date is 28 April 2021
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This position has been established in memory of Professor Don Metcalf, one of the founders of modern haematology, best known for his pioneering discovery of colony stimulating factors.
It is an outstanding opportunity for a mid-career medical graduate and researcher, who has the potential to make a significant contribution to advancing understanding and treatment of blood cancers.
The successful candidate will join WEHI with an initial seven-year fellowship and the opportunity to renew the fellowship based on performance. Candidates wanting to combine research with related clinical duties, including clinical trials, are particularly encouraged. For the right candidate, there will also be an opportunity to undertake a significant clinical appointment of up to 0.5 effective full-time in Clinical Haematology at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Royal Melbourne Hospital, employed by Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
The successful candidate will demonstrate a passion for working within an academic setting, a commitment to the Institute’s collaborative approach and enthusiasm for engaging more broadly with the Institute’s stakeholders, including the University of Melbourne, major teaching hospitals, the private sector, government, supporters, donors and the general public.
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A position description is available here or visit https://www.wehi.edu.au/about/career-opportunities
Application closing date: 5pm Wednesday 12 May 2021
Applications are invited for the following post on a Type B basis under the Consultants’ Contract 2008 (as per standard text issued by the HSE):
CONSULTANT HAEMATOLOGIST (CLINICAL AND LABORATORY)
S.I PAEDIATRIC HAEMATOLOGY
Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) 39 hours per week with initial allocation as follows:
28 hours CHI at Temple Street
11 hours CHI at Crumlin
Professional Qualifications required:
Registration as a specialist in the Specialist Division of the Register of Medical Practitioners maintained by the Medical Council in Ireland in the specialty of haematology (clinical and laboratory) and one year certified postgraduate training in paediatric haematology.
Informal enquiries to: Dr. Melanie Cotter,
Children’s Health Ireland
Applications must be completed through the advertised post
by clicking ‘Apply for Job’. Applications will not be accepted through direct email or any other method. Application may be made by attaching your CV which should include the names and addresses of three referees, two of whom must refer to recent appointments.
Closing date: Monday, 19th April 2021.
An equal opportunities policy applies to this post.
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Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) is one of the largest providers of primary, secondary and tertiary health care in Australasia. We invest in growing our community and primary care services that integrate with secondary and tertiary care. We aim to ensure that the health system enables our communities to stay well, recover and live healthy lives – together.
Middlemore Hospital (1000-beds), the main hospital for CM Health is a teaching hospital accredited to the University of Auckland. We provide medical and surgical care to a rapidly growing population of approximately 530,000 people. The Haematology department provides diagnostics & clinical support services for patients with the full range of haematological disorders and has an in-patient ward, chemotherapy day ward, outpatient and thrombosis clinics, the haematology laboratory and blood bank services, all located on-site.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed Haematopathologist to join our existing team of 6 haematologists. The successful candidate will be responsible for all haematological diagnostic services within the department, including coagulation, peripheral blood and bone marrow reporting, quality assurance activities, and clinical liaison. The ability to integrate immunohistochemical, cytogenetic, FISH and molecular genetic results with morphologic findings is essential. Undergraduate and postgraduate teaching is a key component to this role and there is the opportunity to combine with outpatient haematology clinics for suitably trained applicants.
Applicants should ideally be Fellows of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia or equivalent, and eligible for Vocational Registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand. Although experience in clinical haematology and pathology is preferred, recently qualified graduates will be considered.
You will have a dedicated recruitment consultant to support you through the recruitment, council registration and relocation process. Successful candidates will be eligible for a relocation package.
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Applications can be made online here
To view the job description, please click here
For more information, please contact Amy Varcoe in the Recruitment Centre on +6492593060 or email.
Applications close: 7 April 2021
Job number: CMH20214633
Southern DHB has an opportunity at Dunedin Hospital for a locum Consultant Haematologist to join us as a locum, so if you wish to try something new for a short period of time, keep reading.
You will need to have completed your specialist training and be eligible for vocational registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand to come and work for us in this locum role.
For more information click here or contact Milair Ryalls who is a Recruitment Advisor at SDHB - email or phone: +64 3 474 0999 extension 59604
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced and driven haematology or medical oncology registrar to work as a Clinical Fellow for the Malaghan Institute’s established chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell programme in Wellington, New Zealand. This will be a full-time role, available from July 2021, and will be for a fixed term of one or two years, depending on the applicant.
The successful Fellow will be based at the Institute, also spending time between the Wellington Blood & Cancer Centre and the Clinical Trials Unit at CCDHB. You will report to the Clinical Director Dr Robert Weinkove, and will work with the other Investigators, Clinical Trials Nurse, Quality Facilitator and CAR T-Cell GMP team to gain experience CAR T-cell delivery, toxicity management, clinical trial design and conduct, and cellular therapy quality systems. This Fellowship can be combined with a post-graduate degree qualification.
Applicants must hold or be eligible for registration with the New Zealand Medical Council.
For full details and to apply, please submit your CV and Cover Letter via this link:
Applications close 5pm Sunday 7 February 2021 for an anticipated July start. Interviews will be held throughout should the right candidate apply.
For more details click here
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