Fieldwork Manager – Childhood Determinants of Adult Health (CDAH)
The Fieldwork Manager – Childhood Determinants of Adult Health (CDAH) is responsible for planning and managing data collection clinics in community settings throughout Australia. You will implement and ensure that appropriate protocols are followed and will coordinate the collection, maintenance and processing of study data in collaboration with the project’s chief investigators. You will lead the recruitment and training of fieldwork staff and manage logistics and finance for the clinics. You will need a Degree in a relevant health related area and will have relevant experience in a community or clinical setting or equivalent. You will have experience managing complex projects and also in community-based health data collection.
The position is a 0.8 FTE for a two-year term. Applications close on Tuesday 28 February.
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