Research Translation Coordinator
The Research Translation Coordinator will work as part of the Research Team. Reporting to the Head of Research, this new role will provide a central liaison for a portfolio of activities which will include:
- Development and implementation of a research translation framework
- Evidence curation activities to support research translation priorities, including monitoring international research developments and ‘gaps analyses’ to inform future MS Research priorities
- Providing advice for projects on strategies, methodologies and tools to support research translation and knowledge translation goals
- Develop evidence curation frameworks and tools and gather data to support the development of project plans for identified research areas
- Develop and implement frameworks and project plans for identified research priorities and identify relevant stakeholders
- Establish working relationships and organise meetings with researchers, healthcare providers and stakeholders to support the development of working groups and implement stakeholder engagement plans
- Use and maintain the records of researchers and stakeholders in the Raisers Edge Database to facilitate accurate communications to researchers, stakeholders and the MS community.
To be successful in this role you will have:-
- A relevant health science, allied health or closely related scientific or medical degree
- Knowledge of and experience with research translation and knowledge translation methods and frameworks
- Demonstrated project management and stakeholder engagement expertise
- Demonstrated high level understanding and interpretation of scientific material
- Excellent interpersonal skills to form and support collaborative efforts amongst researchers and health professionals across multiple centres and to communicate progress within research networks
- Demonstrated high level oral and written communication skills for the communication of health and science material for a range of audiences (including researchers, health professionals and community)
- Initiative and an innovative approach
- Adaptability and flexibility to work as part of a small team and manage a broad range of activities with competing deadlines.
- A commitment to MS, its supportive communities and organisations and to providing a better life for people living with MS.
This role is advertised without a closing date, all applications will be reviewed on receipt so please send your application ASAP if you are interested in this role.
If this sounds like the role for you please click ‘APPLY’ to send your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your experience and reason for application addressed to Sadie Kelly or email your application to Sadie@beaumontpeople.com.au. Please feel free to call to discuss on 02 9093 4911