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Study Coordinator

Austin Health - Melbourne, VIC

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
Source: uWorkin


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Job Description

Location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan

Job type: Not provided

Organisation: Austin Health

Salary: Salary not specified

Occupation: Research

Reference: 37289

Austin Health - Radiation Oncology Study Co-ordinator

We have a position for a Study Co-ordinator in Radiation Oncology at the Olivia Newton John Cancer Wellness and Research Centre (ONJ Centre, Austin Health). The department is located in the suburb of Heidelberg in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

About The ONJ Centre and Austin Health

Austin Health, is one of the major tertiary hospitals in Melbourne, hosting the ONJ Centre that was built just over five years ago.

Our department consists of two sites, in metropolitan Melbourne, and also the regional centre of Ballarat. We employ 11 radiation oncologists over the two sites, and treat approximately 1700 new patients. The department benefits from close collaboration between our two sites. We are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive environment where you can do your best work. Currently there is one study co-ordinator based at our Heidelberg site and one based at our Ballarat site.

Our Department at a glance

We are seeking a study co-ordinator for the Heidelberg metro site. This site has three Elekta linear accelerators, with robotic couches and one ExacTrac system. We routinely use VMAT, ABC breathing control, intra-fraction imaging in our stereotactic and standard treatments. Our new Elekta Unity MRI linac with accompanying MRI simulator is in the process of being launched with the development of the state-wide MR linac program. Our stereotactic body radiotherapy programme currently treats lung, bone/spine, lymph node, liver, pancreas, and brain sites. Additionally, our MRI guided brachytherapy service is a modern and safe way of administering gynaecologic brachytherapy. We also have a superficial orthovoltage machine for treatment of cutaneous malignancy.

The department actively recruits to collaborative group (with a number of staff in leadership positions at the Trans Tasman Radiation Oncology Group) and home-grown clinical trials, and also employs a biostatistician and evidence-based medicine fellow, to assist you in your research endeavours.

Being part of a tertiary hospital has several advantages, including close links with our colleagues in the PET centre, and access to specialist medical, surgical and organ transplant teams. This means better care for our patients as well as research collaboration opportunities.

Terms of employment

This is an exciting opportunity to join the radiation oncology department at a study co-ordinator for an initial 12 month period with possible continuing options beyond that period. Part of this period will include leave coverage.

Eligibility and key selection criteria

Experience as Study Co-ordinator

Knowledge of Radiation Oncology or Oncology would be desirable.


Salary would be related to years of seniority and comply with relevant industrial award

Melbourne, VIC

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical


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