The Immune Resilience FSP aims to build CSIRO’s capability at the cutting edge of immune-based technologies, positioning CSIRO to achieve real-world impact. A key objective is to exploit the fundamental understanding of the immune system to develop and test novel strategies to build resilience against pathogens and parasites across the animal to human continuum.
- Established reputation, credibility, record of innovation and creativity underpinned by science excellence, innovation and flexibility in a relevant science area.
- Proven ability to of successful initiation, and leadership of scientific research in a field of relevance to the FSP’s science domains.
- Demonstrated ability to empower and develop world class talent and to promote wellbeing and foster creativity in, and across, multidisciplinary, regionally dispersed teams.
- Demonstrated track record of strong engagement skills and strategic relationship management that grows new research partnerships and opportunities for future outcomes.
- A strong history of establishing and working effectively in teams, a record of leadership which encourages new ideas, builds trust and provides support for the development of emerging skills, including influencing staff in observing corporate and professional standards, acting as trusted advisers, fostering effective client relationships, and ensuring alignment between client needs and CSIRO’s research objectives.
Qualification & Experience:
- Experience in the implementation and development of strategically aligned research activities with demonstrated knowledge/understanding of scientific and logistical challenges associated with the building of a platform area of new research.
- A doctorate (or an equivalent combination of qualifications and research experience) in a relevant field within animal, veterinary or human health sciences, combined with significant experience and deep understanding in a field relevant to immunology.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: New South Wales, Australia
Application Deadline: N/A