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Head of Lions Eye Donation Service – Victoria

2024-05-06 15:30:24

The Lions Eye Donation Service (LEDS) is a world leading non-profit eye bank responsible for stewarding the end-of-life eye donations, of Victorian donors, toward transplantation, research and training.  We offer a comprehensive donation medical service, from referral and consent, to donation, medical suitability determination, surgical retrieval, evaluation, preservation and allocation of human ocular tissue. Since inception, LEDS has innovated practice in Australia, being the first eye bank to introduce many new tissue and surgical techniques, and a national and global leader in practice reform and development.

Position Summary

As the Head of LEDS, you will lead a multi-disciplinary clinical and scientific team to deliver high quality, effective and efficient end of life donation and transplant services that meet the needs of its clients and the demands of the regulatory body and other stakeholders.

Your leadership will ensure that CERA and LEDS remain at the forefront of advancement in eye banking and eye care.

About CERA

The Centre for Eye Research Australia (“CERA”) is an independent Medical Research Institute, based at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne and affiliated with the University of Melbourne. CERA’s mission is to prevent and control eye-related diseases, visual impairment and blindness. Our goal is to prevent vision loss – and ultimately, find cures to restore sight.  As an international leader in eye research – ranking in the world’s top 5 for ophthalmology research – CERA applies their world-class knowledge and expertise to achieve better treatments and faster diagnosis of eye disease.

To apply

Enquiries about the role should be directed to Diana Mottram, Head of Human Resources dmottram@cera.org.au

To apply, forward a current resume and covering letter to Diana Mottram, Head of Human Resources dmottram@cera.org.au.

Deadline for applications until Friday 15 September 5PM AEST.

Find more information here!

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