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2021 - Neurodevelopment & Disability Fellow

Job posted: 05/05/2020
Applications close: 10/07/2020 (Midnight)
37 days remaining

37 days remaining

Job Description

Location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan

Job type: Not provided

Organisation: Royal Children's Hospital

Salary: Salary not specified

Occupation: Medical

Reference: 35540

Reference: 35540

Occupation: Medical

Salary Range: Salary not specified

Work location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan


  • 2021 – Neurodevelopment & Disability Fellow

  • Fixed Term

  • Parkville location

  • Fabulous employee benefits


The Hospital


The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) has cared for the children and young people of Victoria since it was founded in 1870. As a tertiary and quaternary centre, the RCH cares for the most critically ill and medically complex paediatric patients in Victoria. In addition to providing a full range of clinical services, the hospital also supports many health promotion and prevention programs. With more than 6,000 staff, 12 wards and 350 beds, the RCH is the major specialist paediatric hospital in Victoria, and also provides care for children and young people from Tasmania, southern New South Wales and other states around Australia and overseas.



We are the state’s busiest paediatric Emergency Department, often experiencing more than 300 presentations on any given day. The RCH is committed to working with health services across the state and plays a significant role in many critical state and nationwide services. We work collaboratively with hospitals to deliver the right care, in the right place, at the right time, for the benefit of all Victorian children. The Royal Children’s Hospital is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. Click here for further information on our Commitment to Child Safety: http://www.rch.org.au/quality/child-safety/



In April 2016, the RCH became the first Australian hospital to implement the world-leading ‘Epic’ electronic medical record (EMR).  RCH has a strong focus on supporting the successful delivery of the Parkville Connecting Care program – a shared EMR with the Royal Women’s Hospital, The Royal Melbourne Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.



The RCH is located within the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct, which is home to more than 45 world-class biomedical organisations, with collectively more than 50,000 of the brightest minds working together to make the Precinct number one in the Asia Pacific region.



The Department


The Neurodevelopment and Disability team are specialists, with a range of expertise, who promote the highest standards of care for children with developmental disabilities and their families. We provide care for children with: developmental concerns; cerebral palsy; intellectual disability; autism spectrum disorder; spina bifida and other developmental and long-term disabilities.



Our team includes clinicians, researchers, administrators and training specialists with nursing, medical, physiotherapy, psychology, occupational therapy and speech therapy expertise. We work together with families to complete research and provide training that answers important questions and to provide a holistic and individualised approach to best care that will improve the lives of children and young people with a neurodisability, and the lives of their families.



A position is available as a Fellow in the department of Neurodevelopment and Disability at The Royal Children's Hospital. Applications can be on a full time or part time basis. This role will provide excellent training for those considering a career in, or a substantial commitment to, the field of Neurodevelopment and Disability. The Fellow will be involved in research and will also be responsible for patient care. It is anticipated that the Fellow will spend approximately 80% of their time in clinical. This position is for a twelve month term but there may be opportunities for this to be extended for a second twelve month period.



This position will close on Friday 10 July 2020, with the view to interview week commencing Monday 27 July 2020.




The successful applicant must undergo a police and working with children check. In addition, all International Medical Graduate applicants will need to refer to the AHPRA website to ensure they have passed the necessary English language test https://www.ahpra.gov.au/Registration/Registration-Standards/English-language-skills.aspx.



Why work at the RCH?


That's what you can do for us, this is what we can offer you!



The RCH offer a range of benefits which support and reward staff both personally and professionally.



Our staff benefits include award winning facilities and campus partnerships, Professional development and events, an award winning Health and wellbeing program and financial benefits.



To learn more about our staff benefits please go to:   https://www.rch.org.au/hr/recruitment_employment/Staff_benefits/



The RCH is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce.



We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, all members of the LGBTQI community and people with disability.



Are you ready to join our team?


For more information about the position, please review the position description attached and apply online by selecting “apply now”

2021 - Neurodevelopment & Disability Fellow

Job type:

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Job classification:

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Contact:

Dr. Giuliana Antolovich - 0393455898
Dr. Catherine Marraffa - 0393455898

2021 - Neurodevelopment & Disability Fellow