Murdoch Children’s Research Institute has grown to become the largest and most impactful child health research institute in Australia. Our work is centered around our passion to improve children’s health and wellbeing. Whether in the lab, the community or in the office, children are at the heart of everything we do.

Join a vast network of over 1,500 researchers, research labs and state of the-art facilities focused on paediatric health discovery, translation and innovation. Our expertise spans the A to Z of common and rare diseases and conditions affecting children, leading research in genetic research, cell biology, population health and beyond.

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A day in the life at Murdoch Children's

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Why work with us

Learn more about our vision and values and how we foster an inclusive and supportive environment for our employees.

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Learn more about our vision and values and how we foster an inclusive and supportive environment for our employees.

Find out more about the benefits and policies that we offer.

Working at the Institute

Careers

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Research

Exciting opportunities in clinical and non-clinical research in a wide range of fields, from genetics, to cell biology, population studies and beyond.

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Project Management and Administration

Make an impact at MCRI through various functional based roles and support a wide range of projects. 

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Operations and innovations

Our Growth and Innovation team includes Marketing, Communications, Philanthropy, People & Culture and Business Development. 

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Murdoch Children's Research Institute is committed to educating the child and adolescent researchers of tomorrow. We offer bench-to-bedside research projects encompassing laboratory, clinical and public health research, translating results into tangible benefits for children.

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