The position requires strategic and operational managerial skills, judgement and analytical ability on a variety of complex and broad issues, with particular emphasis on grant development processes. I work under broad direction with a considerable degree of autonomy.
I work within the College of Medicine and Public Health (CMPH) and Flinders Health and Medical Research Institute (FHMRI) to provide key research development services and provide support relating to the planning, development, and project management of FHMRIs research activities to enhance capabilities and reputation in research. I support a broad range of internal and external funding opportunities to promote and build the reputation of the University and assist in the generation of new prospects. I coordinate grant development from funding sources such as the NHMRC, MRFF, ARC, Viertel, NBCF, to name a few, incorporating in depth editorial assistance.
I participate in strategic planning sessions and assist in the strategic direction of CMPH and FHMRI providing representation in meetings to develop partnerships and improve collaborations.
I provide research support to our researchers, clinicians and affiliates by:
Under broad direction, I provide developmental support for researchers by,
I successfully undertook the Australasian Research Management Society’s Accreditation program, which includes the five Modules;
ARC/NHMRC Research Administrators’ Seminar series, Canberra, 2013
Innovative Research University, Research Forum, QLD, 2018
NHMRC Project grant review panel - Observer; Canberra, 2018
NHMRC Research Administrators' Seminar Canberra, 2018
NHMRC Research Administrators' Seminar Canberra, 2019.
I have enjoyed working within various teams for many years, first entering biomedical research after completion of my PhD. Since that time I have obtained strong skills in supporting the effective use of resources by proactively evaluating situations and streamlining where possible. I am an effective decision maker, with the ability to gather, analyse and summarise information.
I have developed high levels of communication skills through the completion of Honours and a PhD and have further developed these skills by presenting data at meetings and in publications. As a research officer I directed and supported other staff members including clinicians, post-doctoral researchers, research assistants and PhD students.
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