Project Manager, Cancer Care Policy
Cancer Council Australia
Work with leading cancer care policy experts to deliver policy and policy projects to improve cancer outcomes.
- Super-charge your career with an organisation that gives back to the community
- Join an expert team working across different focus disciplines
- The only charity that works across every aspect of every cancer
Located in the heart of the Sydney CBD, Cancer Council Australia works with its member states to undertake and fund cancer research, prevent and control cancer and provide information to support people affected by cancer.
Our mission is to lead a cohesive approach to reduce the impact of cancer. At Cancer Council Australia, we have an enviable reputation for our commitment to Cancer research, and our values Compassion, Collaboration, Trust, Innovation and Excellence guide everything we do.
If you are looking for a role with purpose, where you can make a meaningful difference then Cancer Council Australia is just the place! We value diversity and offer a wide range of benefits including:
- Great salary packaging benefits
- Flexible work options
- 20% discount at CCA retail outlets
- Free in-house Wellness program.
At Cancer Council Australia, we embrace diversity, celebrate differences and inspire each person to be their authentic self at work. As we strive to represent the communities we serve, we welcome and actively encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse people, people with a disability, the LGBTQI community, people with neurological differences, mature age workers, as well as parents and carers returning to the workforce.
About the role
If you are a team player looking for a new challenge in health policy then this may be the role for you!
We are looking for someone with:
- a strong track record in project management in a health, policy or related setting,
- excellent stakeholder engagement and communication skills.
You will have:
- demonstrated high-level writing skills with experience writing for different audiences; and
- an understanding of evidence-based health policy.
This part time (0.6FTE) 2-year contract role is based in Sydney and flexible working arrangements will be negotiated with the successful candidate.
- Your cover letter (one to two pages) demonstrating how you meet each of the selection criteria as outlined in the position description, along with your current CV, a portfolio of your most recent work and two work related referees.
- Please refer to the Job Description link on this page for the selection criteria and full position description.
- Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted. Applications close: 11.59pm – 31 July 2022.
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