We often seek talented, practical people from a range of disciplines to join our team.

Why work with us?

  • Join a team dedicated to creating change and transforming healthcare
  • Work alongside experts from leading Victorian hospitals, research and academic institutions
  • Experience a collaborative, supportive and kind workplace culture
  • Access generous salary packaging options

Job opportunities are listed below as they become available. You can also see other Alliance member organisations who offer career opportunities in genomics.

Current opportunities at Melbourne Genomics

Health Economics Senior Research Fellow / Principal Research Fellow

We're looking for a health economist with an established publication record to lead a program of research on the Health Economics of Genomic Medicine Implementation. This role is a unique opportunity to develop a high-impact program of methodological and applied health economics research to support the translation of genomic medicine in the State of Victoria and across Australia.

Health Economics Research Assistant / Research Fellow

Working as part of a team, you'll support, develop, and manage a program of health economics research under direction from Prof Kim Dalziel and A/Prof Ilias Goranitis. The role will provide an exciting opportunity to specialise in health economic evaluation and support the generation of health economics evidence required by Melbourne Genomics to inform the implementation of genomic medicine in the State of Victoria and across Australia.

Project Coordinator - Transplant Clinical Change Project

We're on the hunt for an experienced research assistant to help coordinate our genomic precision medicine for kidney and liver transplant project. Involving The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Austin Health and the Australian Genome Research Facility, the role is an exciting opportunity to work with a diverse range of experts from across the healthcare system.


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Melbourne Genomics acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, on whose lands we work, and all First Nations peoples across Victoria. We pay respect to Elders past and present. We also acknowledge the First Nations health professionals, researchers and leaders who are shaping the future of genomic medicine.

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