Job market

This section lists job opportunities from our partners across Europe and beyond.

  • A full-time position as Director of Neonatal Medicine at the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, Australia

    The Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne is recruiting for a Director of Neonatal Medicine. The RCH NICU sits within the new, state of the art Royal Children's hospital located in the heart of the Parkville medical precinct. The Parkville precinct includes the University of Melbourne and numerous world class academic, research and clinical health services. The RCH NICU provides a full range of care for complex medical and surgical neonatal patients from across Australia and internationally. The successful applicant of this position will become only the 4th Director of the Department in its 45 year history.

    More details on the job offer, conditions to be met to apply and where to apply can be found here.

  • A full-time / part-time position as Specialist Physician / Research Associate for Advanced Training in Neonatology, or an Assistant Physician in Advanced Training at the Pediatric Clinic in Giessen, Germany

    The Neonatology unit of the Department of General Pediatrics and Neonatology at the Pediatric Clinic in Giessen is looking for candidates in advanced training or having completed specialist training in pediatrics, with the goal of obtaining a specialty in neonatology.

    As the third biggest University Hospital in Germany, the University Hospital of Giessen and Marburg (UKGM) has around 10,000 employees at two locations in Giessen and Marburg, providing 500,000 patients annually with medical care and support.

    For more details on the job offer, conditions to be met to apply and where to apply, please download the job ad here.

  • A substantive position at Senior Research Fellow / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor level at the Liggins Institute, Auckland City, New Zealand

    The Liggins Insitute in Auckland, New Zealand, is offering a substantive academic position at Senior Research Fellow / Associate Professor level.

    The Liggins Institute is part of the University of Auckland based in the heart of Auckland City, New Zealand. It was the University’s first Large Scale Research Institute and is a world leading centre for translational research on maternal, fetal and child health; the impact of nutrition on health throughout life; epigenetic regulation of growth and development; the origins of non-communicable diseases, particularly metabolic, and knowledge transfer.

    More details on the job offer, conditions to be met to apply and where to apply can be found here.

  • Three positions for early to mid-career academics working in clinical research for a four year Fellowship within the Liggins Institute, Auckland City, New Zealand

    The Liggins Insitute in Auckland, New Zealand, is calling for expressions of interest from outstanding early to mid career researchers who may wish to undertake a four year Fellowship within the Institute.

    The Liggins Institute is part of the University of Auckland based in the heart of Auckland City, New Zealand. It was the University’s first Large Scale Research Institute and is a world leading centre for translational research on maternal, fetal and child health; the impact of nutrition on health throughout life; epigenetic regulation of growth and development; the origins of non-communicable diseases, particularly metabolic, and knowledge transfer.

    More details on the job offer, conditions to be met to apply and where to apply can be found here.

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