Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) has one new full-time Fellowship position for a medical oncology trainee or recently qualified RACP Fellows. This Fellowship will start in February 2024 and be for one year in duration and will join two existing Fellowship positions.

This position will provide a unique opportunity for the right individual to obtain training in clinical trials, clinical research and immunotherapy treatment for melanoma and complex skin cancer patients in a multi-disciplinary, clinical and translational research environment.

Highlights of the role include:
1. Specialising in immuno-oncology and early phase drug development through an unparalleled experience in treatment, clinical trials and research
2. Working in a dynamic environment in a recognised centre of excellence with a proven track-record of delivering a tremendous fellowship experience
3. Joining a world-class organisation in the provision of melanoma and complex skin cancer care, research and education
4. Becoming an integral member of a coordinated, supportive and enthusiastic team
5. Ample opportunity to participate in world-leading clinical research

MIA is an independent, not-for-profit research institute located in North Sydney (NSW, Australia). MIA is affiliated with the University of Sydney and collaborates with clinicians at various hospitals in Sydney. Our dynamic and high-volume multidisciplinary team sees approximately 2,000 new patients each year, including patients with advanced melanoma and lead a large number of clinical trials of novel agents, including investigator-initiated clinical and translational studies. MIA has become a major referral centre in Australia, and the care and research conducted by MIA is widely regarded as world-class.

This position will involve participation in outpatient multidisciplinary melanoma care and complex skin cancer, strong involvement in the conduct and medical oversight of medical oncology clinical trials, and the conduct of clinical research programs. Fellows have time and opportunity to participate in the academic activities of MIA, including leading research projects for presentation at major international conferences and publication in high-ranking journals. Opportunity for part-time postgraduate study is available, as is the potential to transfer after completion of the Fellowship into a full-time PhD.

Applicants need to have recent experience working in medical oncology in a formal training program or have completed training. Base salary of AUD $125,000 p.a. plus statutory superannuation is on offer.

This position will remain open until 30 June 2023, but we may interview suitable candidates prior to the closing date. Due to the overwhelming response we have to our advertised positions, only successful candidates will be contacted.

Please note this Fellowship is only open to candidates that can legally work in Australia without employment/immigration sponsorship.

As we are considered a health facility you will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.As we are considered a health facility you will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

To apply for this position, please email Kylie Scott, Head of Human Resources, Melanoma Institute Australia using the button below. A candidate application form will be forwarded to you for completion and to submit as your formal interest in the position. Please note you will not be considered for this position should you not request an application form and complete it, in its entirety.

If you have any questions, please call Kylie Scott on (02) 9911 7237.

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