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The following jobs are currently available:

Role Title:  Scientist Grade 3 – Pathology Clinical Trials

Location: VCCC (Parkville), Pathology Operations, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Unit: Pathology Clinical Trials
This is a permanent full-time position for a senior medical laboratory scientist (Grade 3) who will be responsible for performing flow cytometry and immunology testing as part of our Pathology Clinical Trials team (known as Nexomics). This role would suit an experienced medical laboratory scientist who has had previous experience within a diagnostic flow cytometry laboratory who has been actively involved in the validation of flow cytometry assays both in testing and the writing of validation protocols and reports. Previous experience in clinical trials would be highly regarded.

Position Summary: This position is within the pathology clinical trials unit (known as nexomics), which provides testing and reporting of clinical trials activity in the immunology and flow cytometry areas for clinical trials.

Duties include:
Assist in the testing and reporting of immunology, cell processing and flow cytometry clinical trial services
Participate in the validation of new assays eg. Blood cell isolation, flow cytometry, ELISA, etc
Improving existing methods, processes and techniques
Training of staff in new methodologies
Participation in research projects
Participation in general laboratory duties

Enterprise Agreement
Medical Scientists, Pharmacists and Psychologists (Victorian Public Sector) (Single Interest Employers) Enterprise Agreement 2021-2025

Classification or Salary Range
RY4 – RY7

Applicants to this role should provide a covering letter outlining relative key skills and experience to assist us with our assessment.
For further information about this opportunity, click Apply to be redirected to the Peter Mac Careers page where you can review the position summary. Alternatively, please contact us using the information below for a confidential discussion.


Hiring Manager: Toni-Maree Rogers, Clinical Trial Operations Manager
Email: Toni-Maree.Rogers@petermac.org

Applications Close: 11:59 pm 14 May 2023


The following jobs were previously advertised:

Role Title: PhD student position

Location: DRFZ in Berlin

Position Category: 10 Open Positions MSCA DN – Single cell in inflammatory autoimmune diseases (SIGNATURE) – 1 position offer ar DRFZ

The Opportunity 

SIGNATURE will offer

  • A thorough scientific education in the frame of a doctoral training program.
  • The possibility to participate in specific international courses, workshops and conferences.
  • Strong involvement in a European research project with high international visibility.
  • The opportunity to perform research visits to internationally renowned research labs in Europe.
  • A prestigious three-year MSCA Fellowship.
  • The positions receive funding for 36 months by the Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Doctoral Network within the Horizon Europe Program of the European Commission.

PhD Employments

We are looking for 10 highly motivated doctoral candidates, starting at the earliest possible dates.

  • Eligibility to enrol in a doctoral programme at the time of the recruitment.
  • MSc degree in life sciences/molecular biology or engineering/computer sciences (Please check each individual project for more information).
  • Supporting transnational mobility (i.e. No residence or main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of the recruiting beneficiary for more than 12 months in the 36 months before their recruitment date).
  • Secondments – the availability to travel as per each individual project requirements.

Job description

You will be performing all research activities in your respective Doctoral Candidate Project. This includes literature search, preparation of methodological design, study execution, data analysis, and dissemination through publication in highly ranked journals, as well as presentations at international conferences.

You will be working closely with each other, as well as with other members of the SIGNATURE project and 3TR project. International collaboration will be facilitated through short-term research stays at SIGNATURE partner institutions.

You will actively participate in all training activities of the SIGNATURE network.

You must have good communication skills in English (oral and written), be team-oriented and willing to work in an interdisciplinary and international environment. We expect the ability to take responsibility and meet deadlines, prioritizing where necessary.

The review of applications will begin on March 2023.

Questions regarding individual projects should be directed to the Principal Investigators.

Please check this information in each of the Individual Projects and in the Applicants Guide.

Final_Applicants Guide_MSCA DN SIGNATURE.pdf

Check the link below for more information and the application process

Link: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/69084

Application Deadline: 31 Mar 2023 – 13:00 (Europe/Madrid)


Role Title: Facilities / Laboratory Support Officer

Location: Burnet Institute, 85 Commercial Road Melbourne

Position Category: Level 6.1 – 6.3

The Opportunity 

An exciting opportunity exists for a Facilities/Laboratory Support Officer to join the Burnet!

You will work across the whole of Institute Facilities Support as well as Laboratory Facilities Support. Duties cover a wide range of areas including; facilities scheduling and coordination, Hazardous Chemical Management and more. You will be working directly with a wide range of diverse personnel from laboratory bench researchers to public health and NGO specialists.

Some of your duties will include:

  • Ensuring and coordinating regular maintenance & repair of essential plant and non-scientific equipment.
  • Overseeing contractors and vendors providing services to Burnet relating to plant and other equipment requirements.
  • Maintaining an inventory of facility-related equipment and supplies, and coordinating procurement of new items as necessary.
  • Acting as key coordinator between Burnet Operations and both Alfred Engineering and Baker Engineering, maintaining a list of the key contacts and roles.
  • Ensure Hazardous Chemicals are appropriately identified, managed, stored, handled, and disposed of.
  • Ensure that all safety and compliance standards required for institute certifications are met.
  • Monitor systems and processes, identify and propose risk mitigation options where deemed necessary. 

Refer to the attached position description for full details. This is a 0.8 – 1.0 FTE (negotiable) position, initially for a 2-year period with the possibility of extension. 

Check the link below for more information and the application process

Link: https://aurecruitment.actionhrm.com/myrecruit/newApplicationWizard.htm?pc=J1QEl_Qk4K0OEFNaUcOZKwxx

Closing Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2023 11:59pm


The following jobs were previously advertised:

Role Title: Clinical Officer

Location: School of Biomedical Sciences, Crawley, Perth, The University of Western Australia

Position Category: Technical/Laboratory support (513934) – Full Time, 18-month fixed term basis

Where you’ll be working: The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research-intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia’s top university.

About the team: The Translational Cancer Pathology Laboratory (TCPL) is a team of pathologists and scientists working in collaboration with oncologists and haematologists. Our work utilises the knowledge gained from scientific discoveries and translates these into clinically applicable diagnostic pathology tests that can be performed routinely in real-time. This work will lead to “personalised pathology” or a unique cancer “fingerprint”, ultimately leading to personalised therapy. It will transform pathology testing of cancers and result in improved patient care for cancer patients throughout WA.

About the opportunity: This an exciting opportunity to make a positive change for cancer patients. As a Clinical Officer you will progress a new flow cytometry method for the assessment of blood cancers to clinical translation. You will prepare the collection of materials of a large number of participant samples, undertake flow cytometry experiments and research activities, record and analyse results, and maintain quality assurance documents. You will also validate the technique to ensure its suitability for commercialisation and clinical application.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact A/Prof Kathy Fuller on 0416 085 960 or at kathy.fuller@uwa.edu.au

This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia

Check the link below for more information and the application process

Link: https://external.jobs.uwa.edu.au/en/job/513934/clinical-officer

Closing Date: 11:55 PM AWST on Friday, 17 March 2023


Role Title: Laboratory Technical Services Manager – Kolling Institute

Location: Sydney Region / Sydney – North/North West (Northern Sydney Local Health District)

Position Summary: Contract & Procurement | Facilities (REQ379021)

Employment Type: Full Time
Position Classification: Health Manager (Level 2)

Where you’ll be working: You will be working within a Physical Containment Level 2 research laboratory at the Kolling Institute, Royal North Shore Hospital, with the Laboratory Technical Services Team.

What you’ll be doing: This role manages the local research infrastructure at the Kolling Institute, coordinating the operations and management of activities in the work area’s laboratory facilities and associated spaces, which consist of six floors of the building.

The position will report to the Kolling Facilities Manager and will be part of the Kolling Laboratory Technical Services Team consisting of a full-time Lab Technical Services Officer and a full-time Laboratory Technical Aide–both of whom will report to this role.

This role must also ensure the laboratory facilities meet the needs of the work area and are aligned to the Kolling’s strategic research objectives.

People of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander background are encouraged to apply.
For role-related queries or questions contact Neil Esangga on Neil.Esangga@health.nsw.gov.au or 02 9926 7826

Check the link below for more information

Link: https://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/job/laboratory-technical-services-manager-kolling-institute-386677

Closing Date: 6 March 2023


Role Title: Haematology Research Scientist

Location: Sydney Region / Sydney – Inner West – Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

Position Summary: Pathology | Hospital Scientist (REQ375837)

Employment Type: Temporary Full Time for up to 12 months
Position Classification: Scientific Officer

About the opportunity

An opportunity exists in the Institute of Haematology for a Research Scientist with flow cytometry experience, on a temporary full-time basis for up to 12 months. We are looking for someone who has high aspirations to grow and wants to learn and expand current skills.

The Institute of Haematology has a long-standing international reputation as a leading site for basic scientific and clinical translational research into haematological malignancies. In this role, you will work closely with Clinicians and Hospital Scientists in the diagnostic lab within the Institute of Haematology.

What we can offer you

Accrued Days Off in addition to Annual Leave
Generous salary packaging options and other fringe benefits
Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport
Learning and development opportunities, including in-house training with RTO My Health Learning

What you’ll be doing

To conduct approved research studies under direction of the department head. These activities may include but are not limited to: assay performance; assay development; translation of research assays to a clinical setting; assay validations; development and documentation of protocols; co-operation with other research groups; storage of samples; preparation of manuscripts for publication; screening studies; population studies; presentation of research at conferences/workshops; compliance with operational standards and procedures, quality standards and continual process improvement.

Link: https://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/job/haematology-research-scientist-386047

Closing Date: 26 February 2023 – 11:59pm


Role Title: Senior Scientist Immunology

Location: Melbourne Vic Australia

Position Summary:

Working in a dynamic Immunology Laboratory

An exciting opportunity for an Experienced Scientist to join the team

Full Time Ongoing Position

We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated scientist with relevant training and experience to fill the position of Senior Scientist in Immunology, Monash Health Pathology.  It is a rewarding position with great opportunities for job diversity and professional advancement. The successful applicant is expected to have extensive experience in Immunology, be responsible for the management and distribution of work and staff, overseeing the efficient and accurate performance of tests, as well as training and education of staff. 

The laboratory performs a wide range of diagnostic immunology tests, including autoimmune serology, malignant and immunodeficiency flow cytometry. The Senior Scientist will use their strong personnel skills, knowledge and experience in Immunology to continue to enhance service delivery and innovation.

In addition to overseeing current services in the unit, the successful applicant will work in conjunction with the Unit Head, Program Director and General Manager to play a key role in advancing the service by identifying, developing and implementing new tests and workflows using modern technologies. The successful applicant will join the Monash Health Pathology leadership team and report to the General Manager Pathology. This is a Full Time Ongoing position

Link: https://monashhealth.mercury.com.au/

Closing Date: 6th Jan 2023

The following jobs were previously advertised:

Role Title: Research Officer – Flow Cytometry

Position Summary:

Location: Crawley, WA, Australia

You will apply the new UWA invented imaging flow cytometry method called immuno-flowFISH to detect chromosomal abnormalities in immunophenotyped cells. Immuno-flowFISH is a new cytogenomic method that combines “immunophenotype”, fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) and the use of flow cytometry. As the appointee you will validate the technique for assessment of haematological malignancies.

To be considered for this role, you will demonstrate:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification (i.e., Master of Clinical Pathology) or demonstrated equivalent competency
  • Substantial relevant experience at an appropriate level, including with the principles of flow cytometry
  • Ability to review literature and extract relevant information and to operate within set standards and protocols
  • Meticulous laboratory practice and record keeping
  • Highly developed written and verbal communication skills
  • Highly developed organisational skills and the ability to meet deadlines

Link: https://external.jobs.uwa.edu.au/cw/en/job/510357?lApplicationSubSourceID=

Closing Date: 13th November 2022

Role Title: Medical Scientist – Flow Cytometry

Location: Darwin, NT, Australia

Position Summary:

Territory Pathology has an ongoing (permanent) full-time employment opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced clinical flow cytometry scientist based at Royal Darwin Hospital (RDH). The Medical Laboratory Scientist – Flow Cytometry is responsible for the day-to-day laboratory testing of peripheral blood, bone marrow, body fluids and tissues using flow cytometry techniques. Services provided include Leukaemia/Lymphoma diagnosis and monitoring, TBNK cell enumeration, foetal maternal haemorrhage screening and quantitation and HLA-B27 testing. Limited molecular Haematology testing (BCR-ABL, FV/FII) is also performed in this area. This role will suit an applicant who is motivated, self-aware and committed to personal development. The suitable applicant will also be flexible, adaptable and open to change. They must communicate clearly, actively listen and maximise understanding and impact. The ability to explore new ways of thinking, working and serving our customers will be critical for success in this role.

This position is classified at the Professional 2 (P2) level. The Haematology scope of testing offered at Territory Pathology Darwin also covers routine haematology, haemostasis and blood film morphology. Other services available on-site are Blood Transfusion, Chemical Pathology, Microbiology, Serology, Molecular Biology, Anatomical Pathology and Forensic Pathology. Territory Pathology testing offers interesting and challenging cases, arising from a wide range of medical conditions in a cross-cultural blend of patients located in metropolitan, rural and remote localities.

Link: https://jobs.nt.gov.au/Home/JobDetails?rtfId=251503

Closing Date: 20th October 2022

Role Title: Medical Laboratory Scientist or Medical Laboratory Technician – Flow Cytometry

Location: Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, New Zealand

Position Summary:

Permanent position (80 hours per fortnight). Salary range:  NZD $48,505 to $77,499. Come and join the team in one of the largest laboratories in the Waikato. We want you!  The diagnostic Flow Cytometry section of the Haematology Laboratory at Te Whatu Ora Waikato is looking for an enthusiastic and hardworking scientist to join their team.

Te Whatu Ora Waikato Laboratories currently provides flow cytometry services to the Waikato and wider Midland region. The section runs a Beckman Coulter Navios Flow Cytometer and has experienced rapid growth in demand for services over the past few years analysing over 2000 samples per annum for suspected haematological malignancy, CD34 enumeration for autologous stem cell transplantation, lymphocyte subsets, PNH and EMA testing amongst others.

Duties within this role may include:

• Preparation and processing of patient testing on the Navios flow cytometer and working closely with the Technical Specialist and laboratory haematologist for interpretation and reporting

• Involvement in new panel design and validation in areas of expected future testing such as MRD monitoring for leukaemia and myeloma would be expected

• Provide back up for the Flow Cytometry Section Head

• Hours of work will mostly be Monday through Friday, but some weekend on call duties may be required

Link: https://adhbrac.taleo.net/careersection/.wai_ext/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=WAI22481

Closing Date: 25 September 2022


Role Title: Senior Flow Cytometry Scientist

Location: Transnational Research Institute, Brisbane

Position Summary: Reporting to the TRI Core Facilities Manager, the Senior Flow Cytometry Scientist will provide specialist research management advice and technical support for TRI flow cytometry research activities. This role is responsible for managing shared flow cytometry instruments such as Aria/Astrios sorters, and analysers including FACSymphony, Cytek Aurora, Fortessa X-20, Accuri, Cytoflex and AMNIS Imagestream X MkII and a veterinary haematology analyser, ensuring the facility equipment is properly operated and maintained, and the provision of equipment training to TRI research staff and students. The Senior Flow Cytometry Scientist works with both TRI staff and staff from the Shareholder institutions who share the commitment to excellence in customer service. The Senior Flow Cytometry Scientist must be highly organised, detail orientated and motivated to learn new skills in a varied research setting that will benefit the researchers in TRI.

Link: https://www.seek.com.au/job/58347014 or https://www.tri.edu.au/opportunities

Closing Date: Monday 19 September 2022

Role Title: Technologist/ Senior Technologist (Core Facility)

Location: Auckland, The University of Auckland

Position Summary: In this role, you will have the opportunity to work in a leading, world-class core facility, with access to high-end flow cytometry equipment including a brand new Cytek Aurora spectral flow cytometer cell sorter, BD LSR II analyser, and a BD FACS Aria II SORP cell sorter. You will be responsible for the day-to-day operation and maintenance of these advanced instruments and keep updated on innovations and new techniques in flow cytometry. You will also provide some support on microscopy & mass spectrometry systems.

Link: https://www.seek.co.nz/job/57745747

Closing Date: 29 July 2022

Role Title: Cytometry Specialist – Sydney Cytometry, Core Research Facility
Location: Sydney, University of Sydney
Position Summary: As the Cytometry Specialist, you will provide operational support to the Technical Director (Sydney Cytometry) with particular focus on the Mass Cytometry platform.
With support and training from the team of technical specialists, you will ultimately take ownership of providing access to complex instrumentation (principally the Helios and Hyperion), maintenance of instruments, and development of equipment, reagents, and techniques, for the attainment of the research goals of Sydney Cytometry.

Link: Click here to view the full advertisement, position description and apply
Closing Date: 2nd May 2022

Role Title: Grade 3 scientist – Flow Cytometry
Location: Melbourne
Position Summary:  An exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic senior scientist to join the team at Northern Pathology Victoria.

This role is responsible for the daily supervision and performance of the flow cytometry diagnostic services under Diagnostic Hematology including quality assurance activities such as participation in external quality programmes and ongoing professional development.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • At least 5 year experience and good working knowledge of flow cytometry, including analysis of data and accreditation requirements 
  • Proven ability to work in a dynamic team environment and deliver agreed targets
  • High level interpersonal and communication skills with a well-developed capacity to liaise effectively with staff, both scientific and medical 
  • Excellent organisational skill, with a proven ability to plan and prioritise work effectively to meet deadlines and budget
  • Excellent computer skills 

Link: Click here to see full advertisement
Closing Date: 25th April 2022

Role Title: Specialist Flow Cytometry Medical Laboratory Scientist
Location: Wellington, New Zealand
Position Summary:  We are seeking a full time Registered Medical Scientist to join the Flow Cytometry section. This position is 40 hours per week Monday – Friday, however after a period of training you will be expected to participate in the on-call roster in evenings and weekends.

The flow cytometry section provides a comprehensive quality flow cytometry service for malignancy diagnosis and disease monitoring to the greater Wellington region. The majority of our work involves leukemia and lymphoma diagnosis in partnership with our Hematologists, Immunopathologists and Anatomical Pathologists, averaging 120 complex cases a month. In addition, we provide CD34
analysis support to the Wellington Regional Blood and Cancer Stem Cell Transplant service. We are also developing immunological assays to assist in the diagnosis of primary immunodeficiency.
Samples processed include peripheral blood, bone marrow, CSF, FNAs, tissues and other body fluids. The role is supported by both haematologists and immunopathologists who are experts in flow cytometry.

Link: Click here to see full advertisement
Closing Date: 20th May 2022

Role Title: Medical Laboratory Scientist – Flow Cytometry Specialist
Location: Wellington Central, New Zealand
Position Summary: Based at Wellington Hospital campus in Newtown Wellington, the flow cytometry section is currently located within the Immunology Department. We are seeking a full time Registered Medical Scientist to join the Flow Cytometry section. This position is 40 hours per week Monday – Friday, however after a period of training you will be expected to participate in the on-call roster in evenings and weekends, this on-call service is primarily for Flow cytometry but also includes covering some Immunology department assays on fully automated equipment.

The flow cytometry section provides a comprehensive quality flow cytometry service for malignancy diagnosis and disease monitoring to the greater Wellington region. The majority of our work involves leukaemia and lymphoma diagnosis in partnership with our Haematologists and Pathologists, averaging 120 complex cases a month. In addition, we provide CD34 analysis support to the Wellington Regional Blood and Cancer Stem Cell Transplant service. Samples processed include peripheral blood, bone marrow, CSF, FNAs, tissues and other body fluids.

The flow cytometry laboratory is equipped with a Beckman Coulter Navios EX flow cytometer utilising Kaluza software for analysis. Most immunophenotyping panels use state-of-the art 10-colour multiparameter flow cytometry with dry-tube technology. We offer a small range of immunodeficiency assays and have an Aquios flow cytometry for routine lymphocyte subset analysis.

We are looking for a highly motivated individual who has the ability to reach a senior technical, analytical and reporting level and be capable of developing new assays with advanced training if required. Successful candidate will be encouraged to consolidate and further develop existing skills and knowledge, also have the chance to make a difference through your contribution to the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of disease.
Link: Job description and apply link Closing Date: 21 January 2022

Role Title: Medical Laboratory Scientist – Flow Cytometry
Location: Darwin, Territory Department of Health
Position Summary: As a member of the haematology unit of the Clinical Laboratory work team, positively contribute to the provision of a timely, efficient, cost effective and high quality service to the Department of Health and public of the Northern Territory. The scope of flow cytometry assays performed in our Darwin laboratory includes TBNK immunophenotyping, HLA-B27 testing, feto-maternal haemorrhage screening and quantitation, as well as leukaemia/lymphoma immunophenotyping. This role is suitable for a flow cytometry scientist who is able to work independently and has experience in haematology/oncology flow cytometry. Limited molecular assays are performed by this role.
Link: Job description and apply link Closing Date: 21st December 2021

Role Title: Junior Molecular Scientist
Location: Garvan Institute, Sydney
Position Summary: The role involves working at the GWCCG Facility overseeing and supporting the facility’s workflow on cellular genomics assays. Cost recoverable services will be provided to internal, precinct, external and commercial researchers. Each assay has detailed SOPs which require following very carefully, and unexpected issues during experiments will need to be solved in a timely manner. While training will be provided, subsequent new developments/improvements will need to be learnt, and SOPs updated and developed.
Link: Job description and apply link

Role Title: Senior Molecular Scientist
Location: Garvan Institute, Sydney
Position Summary: The Senior Molecular Specialist role will be focused primarily on single cell genomic assays including: cell captures, library preparation, and library quantification; project sample tracking with data recording; troubleshooting; protocol development and optimisation, and training of new staff. and developed.
Link: Job description and apply link

Role Title: Technical Specialist – Flow Facility
Location: Garvan Institute, Sydney
Position Summary: The role involves working at the GWCCG Facility overseeing and supporting the facility’s workflow on Flow Cytometry (Cell sorters and Analysers). Cost recoverable services will be provided to internal, precinct, external and commercial researchers. Each assay has detailed SOPs which require following very carefully, and unexpected issues during experiments will need to be solved in a timely manner. While training will be provided, subsequent new developments/improvements will need to be learnt, and SOPs updated and developed.
Link: Job description and apply link

Role Title: Facility Manager – Flow Cytometry
Location: Monash University and the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne Australia
Position Summary: Alfred Research Alliance (ARA) Flow is a Core facility providing flow cytometry services to scientists from Monash University Central Clinical School, the Burnet and Baker Institutes, the Alfred Hospital, and some commercial entities. The facility is located within Monash Central Clinical School, located on The Alfred Hospital site. The Facility Manager will provide effective leadership to two staff members and operational management of the Facility, establishing an innovative, reliable and responsive service for researchers and students.
Link: Job description and apply link Closing Date: 17th September 2021


Role Title: Flow Cytometry Facility Manager
Location: Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Parkville, Australia
Position Summary: The Research division of the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre is seeking a highly experienced and self-motivated Core Facility Manager to lead our Advanced Centre for Cancer Cell Isolation and Flow Cytometry. The Core Facility Manager is responsible for providing effective leadership and management of the Facility, establishing an innovative Core service for researchers and students.
Link: Job description and PD Closing Date: 30th September 2021

Role Title: Post Doctoral Scientist
Location:
The Westmead Institute for Medical Research (WIMR)
Position Summary:
The Institute is seeking a Post-Doctoral Scientist to make an independent and original contribution to research undertaken within the Cell Therapies Group, Centre for Cancer Research. The successful applicant will apply scientific leadership, experience and laboratory support, including supervision and training to the research group’s technical and scientific staff. The position will report to the Clinical Lead of the Cell Therapies Service.

Role Title: AMREP Flow Cytometrist (Parental Leave Cover)
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Position Summary: An exciting opportunity to have a shared responsibility for the technical functions and operations of the AMREP flow cytometry facility!
Link: AMREP Flow Cytometrist

Role Title: Technical Specialist, Haematology, LabPLus
Location: LabPlus, Auckland City Hospital
Position Summary: Looking for two experienced Medical Laboratory Scientists to join Haematology Flow Cytometry team. Position 1- lead Stem Cell Transplantation laboratory testing, Position 2- lead Diagnostic Immunophenotyping laboratory testing.
Link: Careers listing

Role Title: Technical Sales Specialist
Location:
BD Biosciences, Melbourne
Position Summary:
Seeking an Account Manager to maintain and grow sales of BD Biosciences Research and Clinical Instruments & Reagents across Victoria and Tasmania.
Link:
Seek listing

Role Title: Senior Research Officer – Marine Cell Biology
Location: Minderoo Foundation, Perth, WA
Position Summary: The Minderoo OceanOmics program is seeking an enthusiastic researcher with a strong cell sorting background to develop and implement novel cellular & molecular approaches for marine wildlife assessment and monitoring.
Link: Job description: https://cdn.minderoo.org/content/uploads/2021/05/11104538/JD-OceanOmics-Snr-Research-Officer-Cell-Biology-website.pdf
Seek listing: Senior Research Officer

Role Title: Flow Cytometry Analyst / Quality Coordinator
Location: QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, QLD
Closing Date: 26 November 2020