Temporary Employment Register
Duties NHMRC seeks to attract, develop and retain a diverse, enthusiastic and high-performing workforce. To help us in achieving this, we maintain a register of interested applicants that managers may search to fill temporary (non-ongoing) roles up to a period of 18 months. We may use the register to fill short term full-time or part-time positions, depending on business needs.
You can read more about our benefits and conditions in the NHMRC 2016-19 Enterprise Agreement. NHMRC offers employment opportunities across a wide range of disciplines including: â€¢ accounting and finance â€¢ administration â€¢ data analysis â€¢ database development and management â€¢ digital transformation â€¢ ethics and research integrity â€¢ evaluation â€¢ governance and risk â€¢ grant management â€¢ human resources â€¢ information technology â€¢ law â€¢ media, communications and marketing â€¢ peer review â€¢ policy development â€¢ program design and implementation â€¢ procurement and contracting â€¢ project management â€¢ records management â€¢ science and research â€¢ secretariat â€¢ service delivery. Keeping registrations current: To ensure our register contains current application details every 12 months we will invite you via email to review and resubmit your application if you wish to be registered for temporary employment opportunities.
You may update your resume or withdraw your application at any time. Eligibility To be eligible for temporary (non-ongoing) employment at NHMRC, applicants should: â€¢ hold Australian citizenship â€¢ be willing to undergo an Australian Federal Police check. Notes This register is intended for non-ongoing opportunities only and applicants should have no expectation of gaining ongoing employment.
Non-ongoing opportunity will be offered for a specified term Non-ongoing opportunities may be offered for up to 18 months About National Health and Medical Research Council The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funds high quality health and medical research, builds research capability, supports the translation of health and medical research into better health outcomes and promotes the highest standards of ethics and integrity in health and medical research. NHMRC encourages research investment across the four pillars of health research - biomedical, clinical, public health and health services, and funds both individuals and teams of the highest quality. It supports diversity of research and researchers across disciplines and sectors and fosters the career development of health and medical researchers.
NHMRC supports the pursuit of an Australian health system that is research-led, evidence-based, efficient and sustainable. It drives the translation of health and medical research into clinical practice, policy and health systems and encourages the effective commercialisation of research discoveries. NHMRC also maintains a strong....