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Director, Electronic Persistent Pain Outcomes Collaboration - Wollongong

University of Wollongong

Australian Health Services Research Institute

  •  Fixed term, full-time appointment (3 years)
  •  Level D: $146,956 - $157,712 + 17% superannuation

An exciting opportunity exists for a talented health professional to be at the forefront of an Australasian program in persistent pain outcomes.

ePPOC is an initiative of the Faculty of Pain Medicine and was established in 2013 with initial funding from the NSW Ministry of Health. ePPOC has now grown into a mature research centre securing funding from multiple stakeholders across Australia and New Zealand.

The key functions of ePPOC are to facilitate the collection of standardised data from pain management services, analyse and report these data, use the data for benchmarking, and promote research into areas of importance in pain management.

If successful, you will be the primary contact for ePPOC. You will have high level of interpersonal skills consistent with managing a team of professional staff from multiple backgrounds. You will have the ability to credibly represent ePPOC at national forums. You will also take the initiative to achieve work plan milestones and have a strong capacity for team leadership and project management. You will manage the governance mechanisms of ePPOC and contribute to the strategic direction. The ability to undertake interstate travel is essential to this position.

Position Description

For further information about this role please contact Associate Professor Rob Gordon on (02) 4221 4411.

The University of Wollongong is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. As an equal opportunity employer, and a recognised leader in gender equality, we encourage and welcome applications from a diverse range of backgrounds and people including: culturally and linguistically diverse, women, disability, LGBTIQ+, and Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Australians.


The University of Wollongong was born with a mission to transform our region: to educate and empower the people of the Illawarra. Our commitment to a better future has shaped our direction and impact since our inception.

Over the years, we have grown to be a global diverse and inclusive civic university, working to solve global challenges and promoting harmony and social cohesion. We are proud to be a globally recognised and respected university, opening doors for our students, staff and partners.

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