Chief Clinical Neurophysiology Scientist – Relocate to Australia

Full Time

Child and Adolescent Health Service

Salary: HSO Level P3 $124,516 – $128,795 p.a. plus 11% SuperannuationLocation: Perth MetroUnit/Division: NeurologyWork Type: Permanent – Full Time, Fixed Term – Full TimePosition No: 00020432Closing Date: 2023-10-12 4:00 PM Incredible, newly created leadership opportunity Lead the team across the spectrum of Paediatric Neurophysiology services.Don’t miss this chance to call Perth your home. Come and _work with us at CAHS in Western Australia_ visit to find out more. Not only do we offer a world class healthcare facility that welcomes the diversity and experience of international health care professionals, Perth offers a fantastic lifestyle in one of the sunniest cities in the world.About our Directorate:Our specialised clinic as part of the Children’s Neuroscience Service at _Perth Children’s Hospital_ (PCH) caters to children from preterm to 18 years of age, particularly those with epilepsy, offering a comprehensive range of services from EEGs to Intraoperative Monitoring during brain and spinal surgeries. Our EEG satellite service to _King Edward Memorial Hospital_ (KEMH) provides Neonatal EEGs for infants in intensive care.As a leader in paediatric healthcare, we are committed to healthier futures for our young patients.

We are proud to contribute several peer-reviewed publications annually as an outcome of our active involvement in clinical trials and research studies, and in collaboration with our esteemed partners at Telethon Kids Research Institute and universities.Position Profile and Role:The Chief Clinical Neurophysiology Scientist role is an incredible leadership position. In this newly created role, you will join our multidisciplinary approach to healthcare, and lead a team of professionals in helping our young patients receive the best care possible.As the Chief Clinical Neurophysiologist Scientist your key responsibilities include: Manage the administrative, scientific and research activities of the Western Australia state-wide service Paediatric Neurophysiology Department. Providing representation at meetings/committees and contributing to the activities of professional Societies relevant to Neurophysiology at national and international levels. Drive development of educational and skill transfer activities for Hospital and Health department staff and external organisations.

Manage and mentor the Neurophysiology Scientist team.Follow this link to see the full advertisement including detail on ‘How to apply’ Applications close 12 October 2023, 4pm AWST.Role related questions:We encourage you to contact Simon Williams (Consultant, Neurology Rehabilitation) via email with any specific questions related to this role.For Assistance including any adjustment needed to accommodate a disability and confidential enquiries – please contact the Strategic Talent Acquisition Recruitment Team (START) service via email: your relocation costsWe offer generous initiatives to support your move to Western Australia which includes travel exemptions and financial incentives for eligible applicants to cover flight and relocation costs as well as visa sponsorship. Please see _our information for interstate and international applicants_ at FAQ page including eligibility requirements is available at Types: Permanent, Full-time, Fixed term contractWork Location: In person