Post Doctoral Research Officer

Post Doctoral Research Officer

We are looking for a Post Doctoral Research Officer who will work with the Chief Investigator (CI), Project Lead and wider Project team on a project assessing Artificial Intelligence tools in the BreastScreen Victoria environment.
  • Close date: 20 Jul 2023
  • Position title: Post Doctoral Research Officer
  • Employment type: Full time, 12 month role
  • Location: Carlton
  • Position Summary:

    In this role, you will primarily work on one exciting and innovative project which aims to improve the breast screen image reading process, building future proof infrastructure for evaluation of three or more AI tools and conducts real-world clinical evaluation of AI models, assessing impacts on the overall reading process including quality, costs, and impact on clients.


    The role is full time for a maximum term of 12 months.

    To be successful in this role:

    • The candidate who has or is about to receive their PhD in a relevant discipline,
    • Demonstrated capacity for independent and team-based research in a population health setting,
    • Experience with Human Research and Ethics Committee submissions
    • Builds and maintains effective relationships with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders to facilitate activities.

    For additional details please refer to the attached position description or email

    How to apply:

    Applications including resume and cover letter can be submitted below.

    Applications for this role will close on Thursday 20 July 2023 and will be reviewed upon receipt.

    Successful candidates are required to provide vaccination status confirmation, undertake a national, and where relevant international police check.

    We are committed to promoting diversity, inclusivity, and accessibility within our workplace, and encourage people from diverse communities and backgrounds to apply for roles at BreastScreen Victoria. This includes (but is not limited to): people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; LGBTI communities; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; and people living with disability. 

    BreastScreen Victoria have a number of policies, procedures and systems that promote inclusive behaviour throughout our workforce.  They are all key indicators for successful performance in this role.  

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