- Customer service focus –work with varied Researchers and other stakeholders
- 2-year fixed term contract, potential for extension
- $88,782 – 105,395 + 17% super + leave loading
Reporting to the Head of the Biological Resources Imaging Lab (BRIL), you will facilitate timely and accurate biobank data-management in compliance with relevant privacy acts, UNSW data management and regulatory legislation, as well as provide support to Biorepository staff, contributing to the delivery of a comprehensive biorepository and biobanking service.
The Data Officer works with others in the UNSW Biorepository and Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre (MWAC) to engage with a wider group of researchers within the Randwick Health & Innovation Precinct and will also liaise with NSW Health, NSW Health Pathology and other stakeholders.
At UNSW, we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come to do their best work. We aspire to be Australia’s global university, improving and transforming lives through excellence in research, outstanding education and a commitment to advancing a just society.
UNSW is providing a coordinated, centrally managed biobanking service for researchers across UNSW and its affiliated research institutes, ensuring a high level of standardised processes around all biobanking activities including patient consent, specimen collection, data linkage and research governance, ensuring that UNSW continues to function as a leader in research employing biospecimens. The project is a priority for the Randwick Health & Innovation Precinct supporting translational researchers in diverse areas and offers the opportunity to work with multiple stakeholders across the precinct.
About the successful applicant:
You have a relevant degree and or experience in data management in hospital, health or tertiary education sectors, as well as:
- Ability to maintain patient confidentiality, exercise good judgement in managing sensitive and confidential material such as patient health information.
- Meticulous attention to detail with ability to meet predetermined targets and deadlines, whilst being flexible and adaptable to meet changing priorities.
- Highly developed organisational and time management skills, with proven attention to accuracy and detail with respect to preparing documentation.
- Excellent communication skills with a proven ability to develop and sustain relationships and to work collaboratively and effectively with staff and stakeholders at all levels.
- A strong work ethic and initiative, commitment to continuous improvement, openness to new ideas and creative approaches to problem solving in complex settings with a focus on delivering outcomes.
- Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and productively within a team, but also to take initiative and work independently while managing competing demands.
- An understanding of and commitment to UNSW’s aims, objectives and values in action, together with relevant policies and guidelines.
- Knowledge of health and safety responsibilities particularly, in a biomedical environment, and commitment to attending relevant health and safety training.
Level 7 (in addition to Level 6)
- Demonstrated high level competency in managing clinical and research databases and experience in their development and maintenance and validation and quality-control of associated data.
- Demonstrated ability to develop, implement and advise on policies, systems and procedures relevant to biobanking and associated data management.
- Substantial knowledge and experience of national and international biomedical and clinical data management standards and practices would be an advantage.
To apply: If supporting world-class research is of interest to you, please submit your Cover Letter, CV and Responses to Skills and Experience (nominated in the Position Description).
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Applications close: 11:55pm, Sunday 16th May 2021
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