Children's Cancer Institute Careers and Employment
- CEOProfessor Michelle Haber
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Fundraising Project Manager-Childrens Comprehensive Cancer Centre
14 days agoView job
Project & Program Specialist
$100,000 - $120,000 a year
Research Assistant/ Research Officer Cancer & Stem Cell Biology
Marketing Executive in Randwick NSW
on 19 November 2019
Productive and multi-faceted workplace
I really enjoyed working for The Children's Cancer Institute. It allowed me to work on different areas of marketing such as Events, PR and media training
Marketing Specialist in Operational
on 20 August 2019
Purposeful Work, Great People
I work in the operational part of the Institute. This is (without doubt) the best workplace I've ever worked in. Everyone here really believes that CCI will one day cure children's cancer. It's a Non-For-Profit organisation, you don't seek employment here expecting a high salary, people come here because they want to know that their everyday efforts are going towards making a significant impact on the lives of these kids suffering, and their families. There are amazing labs, fun social events organised by a committee, workshops held by a Learning and Development Specialist to enhance your soft skills and a supportive HR team. The Insitute is growing fast, and it's an exciting time to be a part of that trajectory. No work environment is perfect, but at least in this place, they are constantly looking to see how they can improve.
Assistant Accountant (Volunteer) in Research VIC
on 4 May 2017
Friendly & Fun working place
Learned a lot related to Accounting professional skills, eg budgeting, etc Learned to cooperate with other teams; Job Work/Life balanced; Supportive & Friendly workplace culture;
Postdoctoral Scientist in Randwick, NSW
on 19 March 2014
Friendly environment, fantastic scientific service
A typical day consist of approximately 4hrs in lab and 4hrs in front of computer/meetings. I'm not learning anything that I don't' already know. Lovely people but out of touch with what's happening in the team. Co-workers are the best part about this job. The hardest part is the low pay. Most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with people at work.
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