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DHCRC opportunities

CEO Digital Health CRC

This is a critical appointment for Digital Health CRC at such a pivotal time in the global health care industry, which is undergoing significant evolution and growth in an uncertain world economy where the nature of work and life is changing – creating a clear demand for enhanced STEM capability and the ability to commercialize research ideas into impactful lasting outcomes.

The appointment of the new Chief Executive Officer reflects the sustainability and potential of the current business, as well as DHCRC’s ongoing commitment to driving strategic growth and building organisation capability aligned to their purpose of improving patient care and reducing the cost of healthcare.

It is imperative that the new Chief Executive Officer has the leadership skills, health industry gravitas and commercial acumen to optimise return on investment by ensuring Digital Health CRC is well positioned for both the unprecedented challenges and opportunities the market is presenting in the context of changing consumer behavior and building workforce capability to future proof the economy.

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Research Officer – Data Analytics and Visualisation

[Closes 30 September] The Australian Geospatial Health Lab (AGeoH-L) is a unique partnership between the University of Canberra and GIS global industry leader Esri for advanced spatial health research. AGeoH-L plays an important role in the Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre (DHCRC) and has partnered with them on a major geospatial mapping project.

We are seeking an outstanding applicant to join our multidisciplinary team. Working as part of the innovative team, you will have the opportunity to use cutting-edge geospatial mapping to better target health services to those who need them most, enabling health providers and funders to understand clearly the social and built environmental contexts in which people live, how these and other factors shape their lifestyles and impact on their health, and the availability and accessibility of healthcare suited to their needs.