Current opportunities

There are a number of senior positions currently under recruitment or available soon that will ensure the School is agile and responsive to the changing needs of the healthcare system:

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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in General Practice

We are seeking future leaders wishing to build their career as a primary care academic at the University of Melbourne. Individuals who are outcome focused, have demonstrated excellence in teaching and their field of research, are driven by the desire to benefit national and global communities, and are committed to collaboration and teamwork. Join us as we work to further enhance our research, innovation and impact across several vital research fields.

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James Stewart Chair of Medicine

The James Stewart Chair of Medicine is a prestigious named chair (established in 1955), based in the Melbourne Medical School’s Department of Medicine and Radiology at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. The position also encompasses the role of Director of Research for the Hospital and makes innovative and distinctive contributions to leadership in education, research and clinical medicine.

Stevenson Chair of Paediatrics

The Stevenson Chair of Paediatrics, the principal chair of paediatrics at The University of Melbourne, was established in 1960 through the benevolence of the late Dame Hilda Stevenson. The Stevenson Chair of Paediatrics is a pivotal leadership position based at the world class Melbourne Children’s campus which co-locates the Royal Children’s Hospital, the Melbourne Medical School Department of Paediatrics and the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.

APEX Australia Foundation Chair of Developmental Medicine

The APEX Australia Foundation Chair of Developmental Medicine is another prestigious chair position available at the Melbourne Children’s campus focussing on research, training, implementation and evaluation of early interventions in children and adolescents with developmental disorders.