Menzies offers a friendly work environment with flexibility, salary packaging and opportunities to enhance your career.
Mark Mayo started off at Menzies almost two decades ago as a laboratory trainee. Today he is the Project Manager and Scientist on the organisation’s melioidosis research team, a world leader in melioidosis research and a mentor to other researchers.
"Melioidosis is a potentially fatal tropical disease, and in the 15 years I've been involved in melioidosis research, I have seen a 50 per cent reduction in the number of people dying each year from this disease. ” – Mark Mayo, Senior Researcher at Menzies.
The rewards of a career with Menzies
- Research opportunities and support – We employee researchers across a diverse range of disciplines. From doctors and nurses to scientists, technicians, lecturers and teachers. Your own success at Menzies will be supported through a range of professional development opportunities, and access to our world class infrastructure and facilities.
- Corporate employment – We strive to provide our researchers with the best available corporate support. Contribute to our vision through careers in business administration, operations, communications, human resources and finance.
- Salary packaging and super benefits – As a not-for-profit organisation we offer generous fringe benefit tax exempt salary packaging options. We will also contribute an additional 5% (on top of the required 9%) to your superannuation, if you chose to make a minimum contribution of 3% (before tax).
- Flexible leave conditions – We also offer excellent leave conditions including 6 weeks annual leave per year and options for an additional 4 weeks leave.
For more information about working at Menzies please download our information pack.
Current employment opportunities
We are always on the look out for enthusiastic people who wish to start or advance their career in health research and support services.
View current employment opportunities for more information.
Menzies' headquarters is in Darwin at the Royal Darwin Hospital Campus, with offices in Winnellie (Darwin), Alice Springs, Adelaide and Brisbane.
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“Menzies has given me the opportunity to travel and live in remote communities, to work alongside Indigenous researchers and learn about traditional Aboriginal culture. The flexibility and diversity of my work is definitely what I enjoy most." – Felicity Ward Site Coordinator at Menzies.
Felicity Ward’s project works to reduce the prevalence of scabies and strongyloides. As part of her professional development supported by Menzies Felicity is in her second year of a Bachelor of Nursing.