First listed on: 19 January 2020

Clinical Research Project Officer 

AIS Medicine provides system leadership and clinical support to Australia's high performance system, including National Sporting Organisations (NSOs), the National Institutes Network (NIN), coaches and athletes. AIS Medicine operates on a flexible and agile model to provide the right support to the right athletes at the right time. All functions of AIS Medicine are aligned with AIS strategic objectives to achieve sustainable success of Australia's high performance athletes in the international arena. AIS Medicine provides system leadership on matters of integrity, the health & welfare of athletes and excellence in delivery of clinical services.

Within this position, you will provide leadership and specialist advice directed at managing the development, dissemination and implementation of evidence-based documents, research projects and outcomes in clinical matters affecting athletic performance, integrity and athlete safety and welfare. Your role will be to support and drive efforts to promulgate evidence-based best practice in sports medicine and physical therapies throughout the Australian high performance sport system.

Applicants will have the following qualifications and experience:

  • Tertiary qualifications, including PhD, and demonstrated experience in a biomedical science discipline.
  • Demonstrated record of providing leadership and management to achieve high personal and team performance and meet organisational and business objectives.
  • Extensive experience operating in research project management within a high performance environment, including strategic and operational planning and implementation.
  • Demonstrated capacity to provide timely, compelling and concise advice to inform executive members and senior management to support decision-making.

 Position is based in Canberra and will be available as a fixed term contract from commencement until 31 January 2024

Salary = $106,121 - $125,222 per annum + up to 15.4% superannuation.

Employment benefits include priority access to onsite Childcare placements, free parking facilities and use of on-site gymnasium.

Applications close 5.00pm AEDT Thursday, 30 January 2020 (no late applications will be accepted).

Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia.

Please download the job description and then hit the "Apply Now" button. You will need to upload your CV/Resume and then complete the online application form. The application form will include these questions:

  • Describe how your personal attributes will contribute to our team and enhance relationships with stakeholders
  • Referencing the job description, please describe why you believe you are suitable for this position
  • Please list your key relevant achievements

If you have any questions after reading the job description please contact David Hughes on 0408 815 779 for a confidential discussion, quoting reference number JN 106.
If you experience any technical issues please contact People & Culture on (02) 6214 1328 or


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