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Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Melbourne, Australia (on-site)
30 days ago
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Melbourne, Australia
(on-site)
Spotlight Preferred Member Company
30 days ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Salary
$150,000.00 - $226,000.00
Industry
Research Facility
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function
Principal Investigator/ Group Leader

Description

At Peter Mac we aim to continuously improve cancer care, research and education across all cancers and for all people affected by cancer: changing lives, breaking new ground. Everything we do is underpinned by our core values, Excellence, Compassion and Innovation. Welcoming people from a wide variety of different backgrounds and experiences is critical to fostering innovation, cultivating compassion, attracting and retaining top talent and providing the best possible cancer care for our patients.

YOUR ROLE IN OUR FUTURE

 Ongoing, Full-Time Role – Multiple Positions Available!
 
GROUP LEADER – CANCER IMMUNOLOGY PROGRAM
 
-  Ongoing position
-  Monthly Accrued Days Off
-  Appointments will be considered at the level of new group leader (Level C) through to experienced Professor (Level E).
 
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (Peter Mac) is seeking multiple exceptional new research Group Leaders within the Cancer Immunology Program. The candidates will have an established or aspiring skill-set and broad strategic fit with our key strengths and strategic priorities.
 
The Peter Mac Cancer Immunology Program was established 24 years ago and is a recognised world leader in fundamental tumour immunology research and translation of immunotherapies for cancer into clinical practice. Peter Mac is seeking to appoint multiple outstanding researchers/clinical researchers in the field of cancer immunology/immunotherapy including haematology and solid tumours. The Group Leaders will develop and lead a team conducting internationally significant and innovative research to enhance our understanding of cancer development from fundamental biological principles of cancer to progression, evolution and translation into clinical practice.
 
Applications should consist of a full curriculum vitae detailing full employment history with relevant achievements and detailing professional qualifications. This should be accompanied by a covering letter describing how you meet the selection criteria and a two-page research vision statement.



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Position Summary

We are recruiting multiple Group Leaders to increase the capacity and efficiency of our “discovery to translation” cancer research pipeline. We have a specific focus on building and expanding our Cancer Immunology Program. The Peter Mac Cancer Immunology Program was established 24 years ago and is a recognised world leader in fundamental tumour immunology research and translation of immunotherapies for cancer into clinical practice. Peter Mac is seeking to appoint multiple outstanding researchers/clinical researchers in the field of cancer immunology/immunotherapy including haematology and solid tumours.

The Group Leaders will develop and lead a team conducting internationally significant and innovative research to enhance our understanding of cancer development from fundamental biological principles of cancer to progression, evolution and translation into clinical practice. 

The Group Leaders are responsible for ensuring that their group’s financial and operational processes are sustainable and in accordance with regulatory, commercial and ethical obligations. They will be driven to achieve excellence in research outputs, mentorship and make a significant contribution to the local, national and international scientific communities.

Appointments will be considered at the level of new group leader (Level C) through to experienced Professor (Level E).

An honorary academic position will be made available through the Sir Peter MacCallum Department of Oncology, University of Melbourne.

 Selection Criteria
• A substantial track record of career achievement in an area of immunology relevant to cancer
• A strong national reputation and an established or emerging international reputation (dependent on level of experience)
• A track record of securing significant funding for the research activities through peer- reviewed, commercial, philanthropic or other appropriate sources
• A demonstrated capacity to lead and appropriately manage a team of researchers and students with consideration to their physical and mental well being
• A demonstrated capacity to manage a research budget commensurate with research output and funding income
• A track record of successful supervision of graduate and postgraduate students
• A history of having made significant collegiate contributions in medical research, locally and nationally
• Ability to promote productive research collaborations between Institutes and Universities

Job ID: 72903428

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