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National Publications Development Manager

Make a difference working with the dynamic Communications Team at Australia’s leading cancer organisation.

Cancer Council is the peak independent not-for-profit cancer control organisation, dedicated to preventing and controlling cancer and providing support for people affected by cancer and their families.

We are looking for an awesomely talented publications executive to manage the development of our national cancer information and support publications, and their integration on to our digital platforms. This is a fast-paced, multi-faceted role working with a diverse group of stakeholders.

If you have strong track record in publications, including marketing and engagement strategies, are digital savvy and keen to step up to a national role providing vital cancer information, this may be your ideal career move.

To be considered for interview, your application must include:

  1. A cover letter explaining your interest in the position.
  2. A statement demonstrating how you meet each of the selection criteria in the position description.
  3. Copy of your resume.
  4. Details for two referees.

Applications close Monday 9 March 2015

Please email your application to hr@cancer.org.au.

For further information contact Sandy McKiernan on 08 9382 9349 or SMcKiernan@cancerwa.asn.au


1 x Project Officer Systematic Literature Reviews, Colorectal Cancer Guidelines

Sydney based; full-time, 24 months project contract

Make a difference working with the Clinical Guidelines Network team at Australia’s leading non-government cancer organisation.

Cancer Council Australia is the leading national independent not-for-profit cancer control organisation, dedicated to preventing and controlling cancer and providing support for people affected by cancer and their families.

We are looking for one Project Officer to help conduct the systematic reviews required for the development of Clinical Practice Guidelines for the prevention, early detection and management of colorectal cancer.

The ideal applicants will have experience conducting systematic reviews and clinical guideline development, capacity to use or learn to use a wiki-based platform for the guideline development, and a proven record working with multiple stakeholders.

Applications close 8 March 2015.

Your application should include:

  1. A cover letter explaining your interest in the position.
  2. A statement demonstrating how you meet each of the selection criteria in the Position Description
  3. Copy of your resume.
  4. Details for two referees.

Email application to: hr@cancer.org.au.

The Position Description is available below:

For further information contact Jutta von Dincklage - Head, Clinical Guidelines Network at guidelines@cancer.org.au


Please visit state and territory Cancer Councils for positions available in other locations.


This page was last updated on: Thursday, February 19, 2015