Who we are Work with us Work with us As an equal opportunity employer, we are always seeking active and diverse members of the medical community to join the team. We encourage individuals with a shared ambition for providing outstanding patient care and an interest in blood disorders research to apply for position openings at PBI. To be notified of new opportunities, please subscribe to our newsletter. Current Vacancies NEW Clinical Trials Coordinator (Haematology) - Permanent, full time, reasonable relocation costs may be covered by PBI Due to continued growth of our clinical trial and research programs, we are seeking an experienced Clinical Trial Coordinator to join our clinicals trial unit in a PERMANENT, FULL-TIME capacity. Benefits Generous salary packaging benefits apply Option to start in January 2022 Flexible work arrangements (family friendly) Training and Development opportunities Reasonable relocation costs may be covered by PBI Key responsibilities As a trial coordinator, you will coordinate industry-sponsored clinical trials from start up to close out, including but not limited to: collection of essential documents, patient liaison, preparation of source document templates, patient recruitment, data collection and entry. You will work closely with investigators, nurses, and other professionals to achieve high-quality research data and promote excellent outcomes for patients enrolled onto clinical trials. To view the full description and to apply please head to seek. Student placements Our research teams offer undergraduate, honours, masters and PhD research-based places through the College of Science, Health, Engineering and Education, Murdoch University, Australia. The team also welcomes hearing from year 11 and 12 high school students with an interest in participating in translational molecular science research. To be considered for a research project, please email a one-page Expression of Interest letter to us, ensuring that you include the following heading: “RE: Expression of Interest – Translational research student participation”.