A role with Australian Genomics is an opportunity to work with some of Australia’s brightest minds working to build the evidence for the integration of genomic medicine into healthcare.


*External role* – Program Manager, Zero Childhood Cancer, Children’s Cancer Institute.

Zero Childhood Cancer coordinates a national network of children’s hospitals in Australia, providing access for all Australian children with high risk cancers to the most comprehensive child cancer national precision medicine program.

ZERO is a world-leading initiative, with the Program generating a large amount of complex multi ‘omics data (genomic, transcriptomic, epigenetic, in vitro and in vivo drug response modelling data), reporting potentially actionable recommendations within clinically relevant timeframes, and driving innovative and exciting programs of research.

The Program has recently received additional funding to expand the program to all Australian children with cancer, irrespective of risk level, which will extend the program from 150 children to 1000 children per year by 2023.

The team are seeking an experienced Program Manager to work closely with the Program Leader, to take ZERO into this next critical phase of growth and expansion. 

For more information on the position, and to apply, visit the Children’s Cancer Institute website.