MHTP Functional Genomics Centre Manager (1.0 FTE)

  • Excellent Salary Packaging Benefits
  • Exciting Opportunity with Leading Medical Institute
  • Great team Culture

The Hudson Institute is a premier Australian discovery and translation medical research institute. By unravelling the biology underlying disease the Institute is using this information for transformative and innovative solutions to major health problems. The Hudson Institute is a partner of the Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP) along with Monash University and Monash Health.

The MHTP Functional Genomics Capability will provide the tools and expertise for unbiased, systematic, high-throughput gain-of-function and loss-of-function screens, to deliver a complete gene discovery and characterisation service.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to develop and manage operations within the MHTP Functional Genomics Capability positioned within the MHTP Translational Research Facility. The position will report to the Functional Genomics Scientific Director and MHTP Platform Strategic Initiatives Manager and will be fully integrated into the MHTP Technology Platform network. The Functional Genomics Capability Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day management and operation of the Capability. The role will include:

  • Laboratory management of Functional Genomics Capability
  • Project management
  • Technical expertise and outreach
  • Research and development

It’s a great time to join the Hudson. We are delivering our vision of world class science that positively impacts human life. The successful candidate will have postgraduate qualifications & substantial relevant experience in molecular biology and tissue culture. Knowledge and experience in genomics and bioinformatics will be highly regarded. The successful candidate is expected to be well organised and capable of communicating with broad audiences.

Please apply via SEEK

A copy of the position description can be found here: PD Functional Genomics 2018

Closing Date: Sunday, 27 May at 5pm