The Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry (AOANJRR) is the largest procedure registry within Australia. It monitors the outcome of all arthroplasty procedures nationally. This includes hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, wrist, ankle and spinal disc replacement. It is owned and managed by the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) and permanently funded by the Commonwealth Government under contract with the AOA. It is listed by the Commonwealth Government as a Federal Quality Assurance Activity.
Culture & Benefits
- 12 Month contract role
- Work in the iconic SAHMRI building in Adelaide's CBD
- A supportive and team-based work culture
- Actively supports scientific research and humanitarian initiatives in Australia and overseas
About the Role
The Project Officer has a key role in supporting the administration activities of a broad range of projects undertaken by the AOANJRR. The Project Officer will assist in maintaining positive stakeholder relationships, preparing project documentation and reports and will undertake a variety of administrative duties in support of project objectives.
- Undertake a range of project administrative duties, including:
- a. Supporting the project Manager to monitor project deliverables
- b. Managing a schedule of project meetings and planning
- Plan, undertake and oversee project related tasks, ensuring they are completed in accordance with agreed standards and timeframes
- Build and sustain relationships with an extensive network of internal and external stakeholders to support project objectives
- Assist with the preparation, submission and record keeping of ethics applications across various ethics committees and hospital approval processes Provide support to a range of other small projects as required
Skills and Experience
- Will be highly organised, have high level computing skills over a range of software packages including Office for Windows and its relevant programs. Experience with managing databases is also required
- Excellent planning and organisational skills, with experience establishing priorities, allocating resources and meeting deadlines
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including experience in developing professional documentation and presenting information
- Experience in or knowledge of the health/hospital system within Australia would be an advantage
- Knowledge of and experience in preparing and submitting ethics and local governance applications
- Highly developed relationship management skills, including the ability to interact with, and gain cooperation from with a variety of stakeholders
- Able to show initiative and a willingness to develop and progress to higher level tasks
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