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Cardiometabolic health conditions — including diabetes and heart disease — are responsible for the world’s biggest death, disability and healthcare costs, with an increasing number of people impacted. The Baker Institute creates a critical mass of researchers, scientists, clinicians, and professional support staff to tackle this epidemic from benchtop to bedside, and to bring greater awareness to these important issues.

Current opportunities

Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander PhD and scholarship opportunity
The Human Integrative Physiology laboratory have an student research project for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island person to evaluate the effects of physical activity and lifestyle modification on the cardiometabolic health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults.

Coordinator, Philanthropic Relations
We are seeking for an experienced Coordinator, Philanthropic Relations to join our CCR team. Reporting to the General Manager, Philanthropy this role is part of a high-performing major gifts team.

Medical Receptionist
We are looking for two experienced receptionists to join our Baker Specialist Clinics team.

Receptionist and Administration Assistant
We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Receptionist and Administration Assistant with a strong customer service and administration background to join our Administration Services team.

Donor Administrator Officer
We are looking for a skilled Donor Administration Officer to deliver an exceptional standard of administrative support and be our first point of contact for existing and prospective donors, supporters, and the general public.

Data Manager (Human Research)
We are seeking an experienced Data Manager to contribute to the development and implementation of the data management framework for human research, as well as providing database support and training to the Institute.

General Manager, Infrastructure and Facilities
We have an exciting opportunity for a highly experienced and skilled infrastructure and facilities expert to join our management team.

Domain Bioinformatician (Research Officer)
We are looking for a Domain Bioinformatician (Research Officer) to join our Systems Genomics lab — a computational lab with highly flexible working arrangements, on- and off-site.

 

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For further enquiries regarding employment opportunities at the Baker Institute, please phone: +61 3 8532 1111. You can also connect with the Baker Institute on LinkedIn.

 

Why work at the Baker Institute?

Working at the Baker Institute provides the opportunity to be part of novel scientific discoveries and meaningful developments in medical care, which help Australians live healthier for longer. We are also proud to offer a positive workplace culture with strong career support, flexible working, professional development, and many other staff benefits.

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  • Our mission is to reduce death and disability from cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other related health disorders.
  • This work is guided by five key values: excellence, integrity, effective communication, workplace innovation, and efficient and trustworthy use of funding and resources.
  • Our team is made up of more than 650 researchers, clinicians, professional support staff, students and affiliates, working alongside leading partners in research, higher education, healthcare and industry to maximise reach, engagement and impact.
  • We are committed to gender equity and diversity, working to empower women in science through a number of significant initiatives.
  • We are dedicated to collaborative efforts in closing the gap for Aboriginal health, and currently have a Reconciliation Action Plan under development.
  • Our central laboratories, offices and clinics are based in Melbourne at The Alfred hospital precinct, giving our team direct access to collaborative opportunities with clinical and research partners in the Alfred Research Alliance.
  • We also have a strong presence in Central Australia, and in Hoppers Crossing in Melbourne’s west, with a focus on health equity.

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With the rising number of Australians affected by diabetes, heart disease and stroke, the need for research is more critical than ever.

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