Call for Tender - A Guideline Methodologist
About the Role
Wounds Australia in partnership with New Zealand Wound Care Society, Hong Kong Enterostomal Therapists Association and the Wound Healing Society of Singapore (collectively the VLUG Committee) are seeking tender applications from organisations, institutions, or individuals for an experienced Guideline Methodologist to develop the Clinical Practice Guideline for Prevention and Management of Venous Leg Ulcers Second Edition.
The partnership aims to facilitate quality care outcomes for individuals with venous leg ulcers. It is our collective vision that the second edition of the guideline will be adopted by healthcare organisations for guiding clinical practice and the development of policies, procedures, clinical indicators and education programs, and be highly recognised as an excellent and reputable evidence-based resource.
The role is open to national and international applicants, working remotely, with VLUG Committee and Small Working Group meetings taking place on line using appropriate video conferencing platforms.
The partnership are based across the Asia Pacific region and the administration team are based in Canberra, Australia.
Remuneration for this project will be as per budget tender application.
The successful applicant will:
1. Demonstrate recognition as an experienced guideline methodologist.
2. Demonstrate excellent understanding of method rigour and academic writing.
3. Demonstrate evidence of national and international recognition in guideline development.
4. Demonstrate experience in evidence searches, development of Evidence to Decision Frameworks, Grading of Strength of Evidence, the development of Good Practice Statements and Implementation Considerations.
5. Provide evidence of related research and peer reviewed publications.
6. Demonstrate how professional relationships with key guideline partners and stakeholders will be developed and managed remotely.
7. Demonstrate exceptional attention to detail.
8. Demonstrate excellent communication and digital technology skills.
How to apply
• Please address all 8 selection criteria on a maximum of 3 x A4 pages
• Provide a quotation breaking down key role requirement elements:
- Project set up
- Logistics Costs
- Guideline Development
- Technical Writing
- Public Consultation
- Finalisation & Review
• Provide two references
• Include Curriculum Vitae
Please send your completed application to VLUG@woundsaustralia.com.au
Applications close at 23:59 AEST on 3 February 2021
The successful applicant will be notified of the appointment after completion of the selection process, and must be available to commence the project immediately or at an agreed date approved by the VLUG Committee.
For further details about the role please contact: VLUG@woundsaustralia.com.au
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