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Employment Opportunities within the National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs

 

We currently have two great opportunities available to work with the NCCRED team to help guide the work of the Centre. If you would like more information please feel free to contact us

Knowledge Translation Lead

The Centre aims to support clinicians working in a range of settings to deliver best-practice for the clinical treatment of substance use disorder due to methamphetamine and new drug problems as they emerge. The Knowledge Translation Lead will be responsible for leading the Centre’s program of work supporting translation of research evidence into clinical practice.

Responsibilities for this role include:

* Lead a program of work translating evidence into practice for effective clinical treatment of substance use disorder related to methamphetamine and new drug problems as they emerge.

* Build partnerships, and coordinate and mobilise a network of clinicians and researchers, to guide and engage in the work of the Centre.

* Produce new guidance materials and practical decision-aid tools for clinicians across a range of settings.

* Disseminate clinical guidance materials through effective implementation strategies, including conducting of training and education where required. This may require interstate travel.

* Develop and implement a web platform and system to disseminate clinical guidance materials and facilitate network communications and sharing of resources.

* Support existing State and Territory community and practitioner telephone advice services to deliver harmonised evidence-based information and support for methamphetamine and emerging drugs of concern via new national hotline.

* Facilitate the collection of comparable treatment outcomes data across settings and studies, and thus contribute to a framework for comparing the efficacy of different treatment models and development of benchmarking, continuous monitoring and quality improvement systems.

* Manage and oversee external contractors.

* Manage and provide strategic detailed advice and analysis on the Centre’s performance against deliverables to the Centre Director.

* Organise and deliver the annual research symposium, together with the Clinical Research Lead and Project Officer.

* For more information and to apply, follow the link: Here




Research Fellow

Clinical impacts of new and emerging substances in Australia, such as methamphetamines and fentanyls, require a rapid health response and reliable information. The Research Fellow will work together with a national Prompt Response Network, to develop a system for sharing information on emerging drugs, assess their risks using existing epidemiological and monitoring methods and toxicology analyses, and facilitate prompt dissemination of heath information. The Research Fellow will lead the Centre’s work to trial a system of information sharing which allows for prompt health response to new and emerging drugs of concern.

Specific responsibilities for this role include:

* Build and extend the Prompt Response Network of consumers, clinicians, researchers, public health officers and policy makers for emerging drugs of concern.

* Work closely with stakeholders, partners and the Network to develop a web platform and effective messaging to facilitate rapid communication and sharing of information.

* Establish and support a range of research studies in areas relevant to detecting and responding to emerging drugs of concern.

* Identify current ongoing research and response efforts and consider opportunities to add value to these and translate findings into practice.

* Lead and facilitate the development of new grant applications, through the collaborative Network.

* Knowledge of health and safety responsibilities and commitment to attending relevant health and safety training.

* For more information and to apply, follow the link: Here





NTAHC is recruiting a full time Coordinator for their Care and Support Services
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This position is in Darwin.
For details, please contact Daniel Alderman on (08) 8944 7777 or by email to Daniel.alderman@ntahc.org.au or visit the link above.

* A Position Description is available Here



Harm Reduction Victoria is looking for a worker in their Harm Reduction Team.
......Details Here.