School of Women's and Infants' Health

Employment opportunity in gynaecologic oncology

A role is available for a Senior Principal Research Fellow or Principal Research Fellow in gynaecologic oncology.

The appointment at either Level D or Level E will be for a fixed term period of five years with the possibility for further periods depending on funding.

Role

Principal Research Fellow (Level D)

The Principal Research Fellow in Gynaecologic Oncology will provide leadership and foster excellence in gynaecologic oncology research. The appointee will be recognised at a national and international level in their discipline

Senior Principal Research Fellow (Level E)

The Senior Principal Research Fellow in Gynaecologic Oncology will provide leadership and foster excellence in gynaecologic oncology research. The appointee will be recognised at a national and international level as an authority in their discipline

Conditions of employment

An attractive and flexibly constructed remuneration package will be negotiated and will include:
  • Professorial salary
  • Employer contribution to superannuation of 17% salary
  • Recreation leave of 20 working days per annum
  • Long service leave
  • A generous support package is available.

Further, reasonable assistance will be provided for relocation including air fares for the appointee and dependents

Please also note: If you are the successful candidate for this position and you are not an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or a permanent resident of Australia, you will be required to obtain an entry visa to work here. The University of Western Australia will sponsor you for employment in Australia under the Employer Nomination Scheme.

Lodging your application

To discuss the position in confidence and expressions of interest can be sent to Professor Yee Leung. Formal applications are welcome from 12 October 2015 with a closing date of Friday 27 November 2015.

If you wish to proceed refer to the selection criteria on page 10 of the 'Employment opportunity gynaecologic oncology' file.

There are no specific application forms to complete. Your application must include the following:
  • A statement that clearly demonstrates the extent to which you satisfy each of the selection criteria
  • Evidence of the impact of your research beyond academia, such as through contributions made to the economy, society, culture, public policy or services, health, the environment, or quality of life
  • A curriculum vitae that provides your personal details, qualifications and work history
  • A list of publications
  • The names, email, mailing addresses and the telephone contact details of three referees who can be contacted for a confidential report. Please note that your permission will be sought before referees are contacted.
 

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