Positions Vacant

ANZSN Executive Officer

The Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology (ANZSN) is a professional medical society consisting of members who are specialist physicians, scientists, allied health workers, physicians in training, and research students who have an interest in all aspects of nephrology, including dialysis and kidney transplantation.

ANZSN is seeking to employ a suitably qualified person part-time (0.6-1.0 FTE) to provide management, operational, and administrative support to the ANZSN Council, Subcommittees and Working groups.

Expressions of interest should outline how you fulfil the selection criteria, together with your full curriculum vitae.

A position description, including requisite skills and experience, can be found by clicking here.

Expression of Interest must be lodged by 16th February 2018

Your application should be forwarded to:

Jourdan Pinnell
ANZSN Administrative Officer
Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology
145 Macquarie Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Email: anzsn@nephrology.edu.au

The successful applicant will be offered a 3-year position, to commence in February 2018.

Initial contact, including questions and enquiries concerning this position are to be directed to Jourdan Pinnell on (02) 9256 9612

Consumer & Community Representative Vacancies on TSANZ Advisory Committees

A number of vacancies exist for consumer and community representatives in the following Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand (TSANZ ) Advisory Committees which are peak bodies for clinical practice in respect to organ transplantation.

Lung Advisory Committee

  • Consumer representative
  • Community representative

Liver Advisory Committee

  • Consumer representative

Pancreas and Islet Advisory Committee

  • Consumer representative
  • Community representative

Click here for information on advisory committees:  http://www.tsanz.com.au/committees/index.asp

A consumer representative should ideally be someone who has undergone a transplantation procedure relevant to the advisory committee; a community representative is expected to provide community perspective in respect of organ transplantation. These are not paid positions but certain costs are reimburseable as explained in the Information Sheet at the back of the Application Form which also contains details should you require further information

Click here to view and download the EOI Form for the above positions and for the Information Sheet.

Closing date: Open