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At MCRI we share a powerful vision; to re-imagine the future of child health. We are the home to many life-changing scientific discoveries. We believe that no question is too impossible to try and answer. We are renowned for our cutting edge focus on early interventions, improved diagnosis, prevention and development of potential cures. Our success is founded on a philosophy of collaboration through a multi-disciplinary approach to solving the toughest questions in child health.
MCRI is a proud member of the Australian Network on Disability. We are committed to creating a positive working environment which values all backgrounds and experiences. We strive to foster an inclusive culture that is underpinned by equal opportunity for all and a culture based on respect, consideration and dignity.
The Intergenerational Health Group’s vision is health, wellbeing and equity for mothers, fathers, children and families.
Our program of research focuses on:
The Intergenerational Health group is seeking a Project Officer to join their team to work on the Strong Families, Strong Babies study. The study is being conducted as a partnership between the Intergenerational Health group at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture (Foundation House), VICSEG New Futures, Djerriwarrh Health Service, and Melton City Council Maternal and Child Health Service.
The study aims to support maternity and early childhood healthcare services to better address the social factors known to influence maternal and child health outcomes. The study focuses on engaging with communities of India (particularly those speaking Punjabi) and communities of Burma (particularly those speaking Chin). As a Project Officer, you will engage and continue to build your community networks to help inform the study design and evaluation.
For a full list of responsibilities and the key selection criteria download the position description or see attached.
Only applicants who address the key selection criteria will be considered. In one document please place your cover letter, key selection criteria, and resume. Applications will only be considered when submitted via the MCRI website by clicking Apply Now.
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Position Reference: 27641
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