Would you like to work for the ALLG within a highly motivated member organisation? The ALLG seeks employees that can contribute to our primary goal of improving the outcome for patients with leukaemia, lymphoma and related blood diseases.
The core business of the organisation is to carry out clinical research, both through clinical trials and applied laboratory research associated with trials.
ALLG is committed to creating a working environment that values and fosters the contribution and experience of our employees from diverse backgrounds. Harnessing these diverse skills, experiences and qualities enables us to be more efficient, innovative and creative, enhancing our performance and leading to better business outcomes.
The ALLG recognises that its employees play a critical role in the success of the organisation and demonstrates the value it places on its employees by ensuring a collaborative working environment.
The recruitment and selection process commences when a vacancy is identified. The recruitment process includes: advertising the vacancy, short listing applicants, interview/assessment, conducting referee checks, undertaking employment screening (criminal record check), and offering the position to the preferred applicant(s).
Recruitment decisions are based on the abilities, qualifications, experience, standard of work, performance and capabilities of an applicant as they are relevant to the position.
|Partnerships and Fundraising Manager||24 June 2019|
ALLG currently has an opening for a Partnerships and Fundraising Manager role. This position is pivotal to the continued success of the ALLG blood cancer research program. Reportable to the CEO, this position has responsibility for the fundraising objectives, and delivery of programs that will increase our engagement with support partners. Demonstrated fundraising competence is essential. Experience in negotiation with partners and stakeholder at a high level will make you a key candidate for this role. You will be a highly motivated self-starter and be proficient in your use of MS Word suite, desktop publishing and CRM platforms. Highly alert to ethical and professional standards is a must. The position is part-time (3-4 days per week), for 12 months with the possibility of continuation, and in a team dedicated to research excellence in a progressive setting.
Please find the position description with the complete list of key skills and criteria below.
To apply, send your CV and a cover letter by 9am, 24 June 2019 via email to Delaine Smith addressing the key skills and criteria.
|Quality Assurance Officer||24 May 2019|
An exciting role that facilitates the Quality Management System at the ALLG used to govern sponsorship of investigator-initiated clinical trials.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the development and maintenance of the Quality Management System (QMS) in line with regulatory requirements through developing, implementing and monitoring the quality activities at the ALLG for multisite clinical trials. This role requires exceptional knowledge of GCP, current clinical trial standards and regulations and very effective written and verbal communication skills.
The position is a part-time role (0.4EFT) for the 12-month parental leave cover.
To apply, send your CV and a cover letter via email to Marina Mullins addressing the key selection criteria.