Website Cancer Australia
The role of the Project Manager, Research and Clinical Trials involves either: managing Cancer Australia’s Support for Cancer Clinical Trials (SCCT) program which supports the capacity of multi-site, collaborative clinical trials groups to develop industry-independent cancer clinical trial protocols; or supporting the Agency’s national grants program – the Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme (PdCCRS) which is an annual, national, collaborative grants funding scheme which funds cancer research projects in areas of identified priority.
- Assisting with grant management including contract variations for the PdCCRS program, including review of progress and final reports and financial statements
- Organising and providing secretariat support for meetings between Cancer Australia and key stakeholders
- Preparing grant funding documentation and final grant agreements
- Liaising with internal and external stakeholders
- Responding to internal and external enquiries relating to the Research and Clinical Trials program of work.
- Well-developed project management skills.
- A tertiary qualification in a biological science (at degree or higher level)
- An understanding of the cancer clinical trials environment in Australia; or an understanding of the research grants landscape
- A demonstrated familiarity with medical and cancer-related terminology
- Knowledge of the requirements for clinical trial protocol development; or research grant development
- Knowledge of the issues facing the conduct of clinical trials in Australia
- Experience with PubMed or similar journal databases
- Experience in program and grants/contract management.
Company: Cancer Australia
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Sydney, New South Wales, AU
Application Deadline: N/A