Current opportunities

Please check out these exciting opportunities to join our team! 

Research Fellow

We are seeking a Research Fellow to engage in research to further their expertise and growing research profile to achieve national recognition in their discipline.

Applications close: 4 December at 11.00pm AEST


Research Fellow/ Senior Research Fellow - Precision Public Health (Cairns location)

We are seeking a Research Fellow/ Senior Research Fellow to oversee multidisciplinary methods in health services, genomics, collection of data related to social determinants of health and outcomes of STIs and GIS mapping and translate these outputs to implement appropriate interventions in the region.

Applications close: 4 December at 11.00pm AEST


Senior Research Officer/Research Fellow - Indigenous Health

We are seeking a Research Officer to engage in research to further their expertise and growing research profile to achieve national recognition in their discipline.
At this level it is expected that in incumbent will efficiently manage service and engagement roles and activities.

Applications close: 30 November at 11:00PM AEST


Birthing in Our Community Study Coordinator (Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow)

We are seeking a motivated researcher to coordinate a new implementation and evaluation research study to assess scalability, sustainability, acceptability, feasibility, and impact of a ‘Birthing in Our Community’ developed specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander babies and their mothers in South-East Queensland.

Applications close: 23 November at 11.00pm AEST


ATLAS Indigenous Data Scientist Traineeship

We are currently seeking applications for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples who have an interest in developing data science skills. Trainees and interns will develop their skills working with large data sets and acquire unique skills for a career in data science.

This is an ongoing opportunity.


The following scholarship opportunities exist for PhD students:

Integration and expansion of a sentinel surveillance system to improve infectious disease outcomes for Indigenous Australians

PhD - Multidisciplinary efforts to eliminate STIs in regional and remote Australia

PhD - Interventions to address infectious diseases in remote Indigenous communities

PhD - Transforming access, relational care and primary health care among urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander  peoples (mixed methods study)

UQ Poche Centre HDR Top-Up Scholarships

 

 

Indigenous health is our passion

We are always interested in hearing from people interested in pursuing research careers with a focus on Indigenous health. Feel free to reach out to us if this is you!