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Would you like to make a difference to Australia’s greatest health challenge?

If you would like to work with some of Australia’s leading and internationally respected researchers, policy makers and practitioners in prevention, you may be interested in working with the Prevention Centre.

We are an NHMRC Partnership Centre, bringing together prevention researchers and decision-makers to better understand what works and what doesn’t to prevent lifestyle-related chronic health problems.

The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre offers opportunities for careers and study at both the coordinating centre in Sydney and with our partners and research projects based in other organisations.

 

Would you like to make a difference to Australia’s greatest health challenge?

If you would like to work with some of Australia’s leading and internationally respected researchers, policy makers and practitioners in prevention, you may be interested in working with the Prevention Centre.

We are an NHMRC Partnership Centre, bringing together prevention researchers and decision-makers to better understand what works and what doesn’t to prevent lifestyle-related chronic health problems.

The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre offers opportunities for careers and study at both the coordinating centre in Sydney and with our partners and research projects based in other organisations.

 

Deputy Director – Research
The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre was established in June 2013 as a national collaboration to find and promote new ways to prevent Australia’s greatest health challenge: the epidemic of lifestyle-related chronic diseases.Our aim is to be a world leader in prevention science applied to chronic disease. Our objectives are to strengthen the research base for prevention, synthesise and communicate evidence in ways that are more informative to policy and program implementation, and help activate an effective and efficient prevention system in Australia.

The Deputy Director – Research will provide academic leadership of the Prevention Centre’s research program and have a key liaision role with partners to develop research programs and promote the Prevention Centre’s work in informing policy and program decision making.

The full position description is available here.

Please send your CV and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria to jobs@saxinstitute.org.au with the subject: Deputy Director – Research, The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre.

For any enquiries please contact Professor Andrew Wilson at andrew.wilson@saxinstitute.org.au

Applications close: 5pm, 17 August 2018.