Liz Larkin has worked at Flinders University since 1995 in a variety of senior administration, program and project management roles. Her past positions have been varied and interesting, including work in Physics, Medicine and Admissions, Rural Health, General Practice, Drama, Digital Humanities and Arts, Screen and Media, Transition to University, Science and Engineering and Research Higher Degrees. She is currently the Executive Officer for the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health in the College of Medicine and Public Health.
Master of Business Administration - Australian Institute of Business (2017)
Vocational Graduate Certificate in Spatial Information Systems
Graduate Diploma of Business (Office Administration) - Magill SACAE (UniSA)
Bachelor of Arts Degree - University of Adelaide
As the Executive Officer for the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health in the College of Medicine and Public Health, Liz provides high-level strategic advice and analysis, reporting, support and leadership to the Director and staff of the Flinders University Poche Centres (across SA and the NT). She is also responsible for coordinating a range of complex administrative and organisational projects, tasks and functions, and provides professional support for priority Indigenous projects and initiatives of the Poche Centres as well as all manner of research and teaching activities for associated Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, Midwifery and Health Science students.
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