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AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY


Institute Manager

Job No: 972420
Campus Location: Melbourne
Functional Unit: Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry
Work Type: Continuing full time

 

  • Strategic and financial management focus
  • Contribute to the achievement of the Institute’s research strategy
  • Full time at the Melbourne campus

 

The Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry promotes interdisciplinary and collaborative study through research that seeks to enrich and extend the traditional fields of philosophy and theology at an international level. The Institute brings together scholars from multiple disciplinary perspectives including philosophy, theology, history, and literature.  Research in Theology and Religious Studies at ACU was rated above world standard in the 2015 Excellence in Research Australia exercise.

 

The Institute is seeking a committed professional capable of providing leadership and strategic operational management of its administrative and research functions. Contributing to the fulfilment of the Institute’s research strategy and ACU’s research mission, you will: 

  • monitor and forecast operational and research budgets
  • oversee administration of research projects, grants and higher-degree research programs
  • be a liaison point for existing and potential partners
  • manage the coordination and delivery of a range of research events.

 

With an understanding of intellectual property issues and research contractual obligations, you will be able effectively to manage compliance and operational requirements to support the Institute. You will also need to demonstrate:

  • experience managing financial and operational activities for research projects from inception to completion
  • commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University
  • high level negotiation skills and the ability to influence stakeholders at varying levels.

 

The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and valued through development, participation and involvement.

Total remuneration valued to $107,331- $119,997 pa, including salary component $90,696 - $101,399 pa (Higher Education Worker Level 8), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

General enquiries can be directed to Michael Champion, Deputy Director, Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry on michael.champion@acu.edu.au.

 

How to Apply:

To view the Position Description or to apply for this position, please click APPLY NOW.

 

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Sunday 28 May 2017

 


THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE


Research Project Officer - Chancellery (Research)

Salary: AUD88,171 - AUD95,444 p.a. plus 17% superannuation

 

About Chancellery

The Chancellery is led by the Vice-Chancellor and has a University-wide focus on:

  • delivering strategic leadership
  • allocating capital according to strategic priorities
  • developing and overseeing a business framework that includes appropriate financial and other organisational planning and controls
  • ensuring identity or brand is consistent with strategic intent and purpose, and
  • overseeing policies and initiatives that develop the academic and professional expertise of University staff members.

The Research Project Officer is a member of the Research portfolio, which sits within the Chancellery.

About the role

The Research Project Officer reports to the Director (Research strategy) and provides high quality project support for activities associated with the Research Portfolio and the implementation of the University's research strategies.

In this role your responsibilities will include: coordinating the University's internal and whole-of-institution strategic research programs; supporting the measurement and reporting of return-on-investment; preparing reports to key committees; drafting policies and other tasks as requested.

You will also provide project administration support for the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) and the Pro Vice Chancellors.

As Research Project Officer you will be required to collaborate effectively with colleagues in University Services and Academic Divisions to ensure effective processes to support and implement various programs and activities.

This exciting full-time position is available on a continuing basis.

About you

  • A tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline and/or equivalent mix of education and relevant experience
  • Experience working in (one or more of) research, research administration or management (commercially or for a Publicly Funded Research Agency), government, or higher education.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills with the demonstrated ability to liaise and work effectively with stakeholders in a large and complex organisation
  • Demonstrated organisational and planning skills, including the ability to prioritise workload and plan and deliver multiple project activities concurrently
  • Ability to conceptualise complex project information, to work with and manage ambiguity and to identify and follow up issues while keeping relevant senior team members informed

† The University of Melbourne is the Number 1 University in Australia and among the leading Universities in the world, according to The Times Higher Education world reputational ranking, the National Taiwan University ranking, The Times Higher Education world university ranking and Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities.

Please submit a cover letter, CV and document addressing the key selection criteria listed in the position description.

For position information and to apply online go to:

http://jobs.unimelb.edu.au/caw/en/job/890694/research-project-officer

Close date: 28 May 2017

 


EDITH COWAN UNIVERSITY


ETHICS SUPPORT OFFICER
OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND INNOVATION
JOONDALUP AND MOUNT LAWLEY CAMPUSES
SALARY: $67,861 - $75,762 (HEW 5)
12 MONTHS FIXED TERM CONTRACT
MUST HAVE THE RIGHT TO WORK IN AUSTRALIA

Overview
Due to a significant increase in research at ECU, we are looking for an additional Ethics Support Officer to provide day-to-day administration support to the ECU Ethics Committees.  This role provides support to current and future research programs and the opportunity to work with world-class researchers to enable this research to take place. 

The role includes the provision of expert advice to research staff and students and the effective management of correspondence and official records relating to the ethical review of research protocols. It operates within a governance framework with established guidelines, policies and processes within which you will be required to use your initiative, make sound judgements and operate independently, often needing to manage confidential issues in a sensitive manner.  Your strong administrative skills (including effective use of various computer systems/applications and databases), experience in agenda preparation and minute taking and ability to undertake a diverse range of tasks in a complex working environment, manage a number of competing priorities and deadlines and use of initiative and sound judgement will be essential for your success in this role.

You will also demonstrate personal attributes that are congruent with the University’s values of Integrity, Respect, Rational Inquiry and Personal Excellence.

Benefits & Remuneration
This full time, fixed term position attracts remuneration of $67,861 to $75,762 plus 9.5% University superannuation contribution.

ECU supports a work/life balance for staff. Benefits such as flexible working arrangements may also be negotiated to meet your personal circumstances.

For information on the benefits of working at ECU, please visit our Future Staff website.

Contact
Interested applicants are welcome to call Carol Beetles on 6304 5400 for more information.

How to Apply
Please upload your resume along with a statement addressing the Capabilities in the Position Description. 

PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED FROM CANDIDATES WHO HAVE THE RELEVANT WORKING RIGHTS TO FILL THIS POSITION.


ECU is diverse and inclusive workplace reflecting the differences in society. Specific strategies and initiatives are in place to address underrepresentation of specific groups. Applications are encouraged from suitably qualified people from all backgrounds.


Position Description

Closing Date: Applications close on Sunday 28 May 2017 at 9:30pm.

 


MONASH UNIVERSITY


Senior Grants Officer (Applications) and Senior Grants Officer (Awards)

 

Job No: 562232
Faculty/Portfolio: Provost and Senior Vice-President, Office of the Vice-Provost (Research), Monash Research Office
Location: Clayton campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: Continuing appointment
Remuneration: $82,645 - $90,646 pa HEW Level 07 (plus 17% employer superannuation)

 

  • Achieve at a world top 100 university
  • Experience the freedom to transform
  • Clayton campus 

 

The Opportunity

An opportunity has arisen for two Senior Grants Officers within the ARC, Grants and Contracts Team of the Monash Research Office.

The Senior Grants Officer (Applications) will provide a range of specialist advisory and administrative services related to effective delivery of support to the Monash research community, leading upto the submission of research grant applications to the funding body.  This includes the provision of expert, informed advice and reports to support business decision-making.  The Senior Grants Officer (Applications) will manage and coordinate:

  • the compliance and eligibility review processes for grant applications
  • funding scheme application rounds to national and international funders
  • a small core team of grants officers.

The Senior Grants Officer (Awards) will provide a range of specialist advisory and administrative services related to effective delivery of support to the Monash research community from the award of funding to project close. The scope of the awards includes all non-medical national and international research grants (inclusive of the Australian Research Council schemes), competitive philanthropic grants, research contracts and research donations. This includes providing expert, informed advice and reports to support business decision-making.  The Senior Grants Officer (Awards) will manage and coordinate:

  • award set-up and launch activities
  • funding agreement reporting processes
  • funding agreement variation processes
  • a small team of grants officers.

To be successful, you will have a degree plus substantial relevant higher education experience, preferably including experience in research administration, or an equivalent combination of experience and education/training in administration within the tertiary education sector, including comprehensive knowledge of funding opportunities from government and non-government sources.

 

Enquiries

Mrs Helen Partridge, Manager, ARC Grants and Contracts Team, 03 9905 9895

 

Applications

If you feel that you have the skills and experience to succeed in one of these roles, your application is encouraged.  Please identify in your covering letter which role you wish to be considered for.

Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash Jobs"

For more information or to apply for this position, click APPLY NOW and enter ‘562232’ in Job Search.

 

Applications close: Tuesday 30 May 2017, 11.55pm AEST

 

 


AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY


Research Projects Coordinator

Job No: 972402
Campus Location: Strathfield
Functional Unit: Institute for Positive Psychology & Education
Work Type: Fixed term full time

 

  • Work on the Australian Centre for Indigenous Thriving pilot project
  • Lead a team in providing administrative support for research projects
  • Full-time, fixed term (2 years) appointment, located in Strathfield initially and moving to North Sydney

 

The Institute of Positive Psychology and Education (IPPE) has a recognised world-class research program characterised by the attraction of prestigious externally funded grants and research partnerships, publications in top tier scholarly works, a world-class research training experience for HDR students, and best practice Institute governance procedures.

The new Australian Centre for Indigenous Thriving intends to significantly advance the vital interplay of theory, research, and practice to yield translational outcomes and innovative solutions that will enable Indigenous Australian children and youth to thrive in their home, community, and school environments. Leading a team of Research Assistants your role would include the preparation of project plans, liaison with stakeholders, and collation of project information and data whilst being mindful of cultural sensitivity. More specifically the position entails:

  • overseeing recruitment and scheduling of subject participation, including adherence to ethics and other procedures
  • maintaining and building relationships and communication with Indigenous communities, leaders and elders                                                                                                      
  • providing training, supervision, direction and support for project personnel
  • ensuring project compliance and progress in accordance with projected timelines.

You will need:

  • a degree in education and/or psychology and/or experience in research project management
  • demonstrated ability to produce accurate management information reports for a range of internal and external stakeholders
  • evidence of ability to show commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University
  • experience in statistical analysis and in the design and preparation of Survey documentation (Qualtrics would be well-regarded).

The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and safe, and valued through development, participation and involvement.

Total remuneration valued to $96,241 - $104,161 pa, including salary component $81,325 - $88,017 pa (HEW Level 7), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

 

How to Apply:

To obtain the Position Description or to apply for this position, please click APPLY NOW.

General enquiries can be sent to Professor Janet Mooney, Institute of Positive Psychology and Education, phone (02) 9701 4660.

 

Applications close: Wednesday 31 May 2017

 


AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY


Institute Manager

Job no: 972541
Work type: Continuing full time
Campus location: Melbourne
Functional Unit: Institute for Religion, Politics & Society

  • Collaborate with Institute leadership to fulfil research strategy
  • Strategic and financial management focus
  • Full time at the Melbourne campus

 

Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an inclusive community which welcomes students and staff of all beliefs. ACU has over 2,500 staff supporting more than 34,000 students across seven campuses – Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney and Strathfield. As valued members of our community, all staff members are expected to have an understanding of ACU’s mission and values and to demonstrate an active contribution to them.

 

The Institute for Religion, Politics and Society examines religion as a dynamic political and social force shaping the world around us. Looking at the interplay between religion and major social structures — including the economy, politics and law — the Institute seeks on the one hand, to address key contemporary social challenges including religious and politically motivated violence, economic decline and fragmentation within liberal democracies whilst on the other to understand the dimensions of successful societies and the potentially positive role of religion in addressing these challenges.

 

The Institute is seeking an experienced professional manage and lead all operational and financial activities of the Institute. Contributing to the achievement of the Institute’s research strategy and ACU’s research mission, you will:

 

  • develop an effective grant management process to ensure high quality grant applications
  • monitor and forecast operational and research budgets
  • oversee administration of research projects and higher-degree research programs
  • actively identify mutually beneficial grant opportunities and partnerships.

With extensive experience in research management within a higher education institution, and knowledge of competitive research grants schemes, you will be able effectively to manage compliance and operational requirements to support the Institute.

 

To be effective in this role, you will also need to demonstrate:

 

  • high level negotiation skills and the ability to influence stakeholders at varying levels
  • experience managing financial and operational activities for research projects from inception to completion
  • commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity,  Mission and ethos of the University
  • ability to review and develop procedures and systems for process improvement.

 

The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and valued through development, participation and involvement.

 

How to Apply:
Obtain the Position Description IRPS Institute Manager PD.pdf. Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position description. To apply for this role click the "Apply" link below. V
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Total remuneration valued to $107,331- $119,997 pa, including salary component $90,696 - $101,399 pa (Higher Education Worker Level 8), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

 

A 3% salary increase is effective from 1 July 2017. 

 

General enquiries can be directed to Joshua Roose, Director, Institute for Religion, Politics and Society on Joshua.roose@acu.edu.au.  

 

Only candidates with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.

 

ACU is committed to diversity and social inclusion in its employment practices. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse groups are encouraged.

 

Equal Opportunity and Privacy of personal information is University policy. For more details visit www.acu.edu.au/careers

 

 

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Advertised: 10 May 2017 AUS Eastern Standard Time

Applications close: 31 May 2017 AUS Eastern Standard Time

 


RMIT UNIVERSITY


Manager, Higher Degree by Research

Job no: 557316
Work type: Full time - Continuing/Permanent
Location: Melbourne - CBD
Categories: Various categories

 

  • Convenient CBD location
  • Full time, continuing position
  • $93,819 -$102,580 p.a  + 17% super

 

The Organisation

RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise in which teaching, research and engagement are central to achieving positive impact and creating life-changing experiences for our students. The College of Business comprises six schools delivering a broad range of programs in Business, ranging from Certificates up to PHD levels.

The role and your responsibilities

The Manager - HDR, is responsible for providing high-level advice and support on Higher Degree by Research (HDR) policy, management and training; managing aspects of the HDR candidature management cycle; providing information on national trends in research training; and managing the School research administrative team. The role also provides advice to and participates in implementing quality assurance processes and systems.

 

Skills and experience required

The ideal candidate will bring to the role your broad working knowledge of policy developments and national trends related to HDR management and doctoral education and training. Your proven experience and ability to work in administrative roles in HDR candidate management and related research environments will be critical to your success in this role. Furthermore, key to this role will be your extensive experience and expertise in the provision of quality customer services, including sound knowledge and consistent application of relevant institutional policy and procedures, the ability to provide high-level advice, and a commitment to quality assurance and continuous improvement. You will have highly developed interpersonal, oral and written communication skills with ability to build and maintain effective and productive relationships, and the proven ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of management, staff, students and external parties on complex, sensitive and confidential issues.

A relevant tertiary qualification and extensive administrative expertise in a complex tertiary education or similar service environment is required.

 

To Apply

For a copy of the Position Description and instructions on how to apply, please click APPLY NOW.

 


Application close: May 31 2017 AUS Eastern Standard Time

 


RMIT UNIVERSITY


Senior Advisor, Research Impact

Job no: 557245
Work type: Full time - Fixed term/Contract
Categories: Research

  • Convenient CBD location
  • Full time, fixed term contract to July, 2019
  • $109,456-$117,277p.a + 17% super

 

The Organisation

RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise in which teaching, research and engagement are central to achieving positive impact and creating life-changing experiences for our students. The College of Business comprises six schools delivering a broad range of programs in Business, ranging from Certificates up to PhD levels. Many programs articulate between Vocational Education and Higher Education, creating pathways for further study.

 

The role and your responsibilities

The Senior Advisor, Research Impact will be responsible for articulating and communicating the College’s research and research impact to business, government and the wider community. The role will also assist researchers to develop their research narratives, and create opportunities for industry engagement and collaboration. It will provide advice for, and participate in, the implementation of quality assurance processes and systems.

 

Skills and experience required

The ideal candidate will bring to the role significant experience working in a strategic communications leadership roles across a variety of dynamic organisations and industries. Your experience in writing and delivering media communications and translating complex research into a simple, coherent message for wider audience will be critical to your success in this role. Furthermore, key to this role will be your ability to develop and deliver engaging and creative training approaches to build capacity. You will have excellent stakeholder management skills. 

A relevant tertiary qualification and extensive administrative expertise in a complex tertiary education or similar service environment is required. 

 

To Apply

To view the Position Description or to apply for this position, please click APPLY NOW.

For further information please contact Professor Geoffrey Stokes on +61 3 9925 5480 or see below to view the PD. 

 

Application close: 07 Jun 2017 11:55 PM AUS Eastern Standard Time

 


UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SYDNEY


Manager, DVCR Strategic Programs, Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)

 

UTS has a bold vision to be a world-leading university of technology. We are a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney, consistently ranked the top young university in Australia, which has a strong focus on increasing the intensity, excellence, impact and reputation of our research. With a culturally diverse campus life and extensive international exchange and research programs, UTS prepares graduates for the workplaces of today and tomorrow.

 

About the area

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) is charged with leading transformational change to enhance the research culture, grow the scale and maximise the impact of UTS research. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) has responsibility for the University's research strategy and policies, the central research budget, research and contract research activities, higher degree by research education, industry engagement in research, intellectual property and commercialisation.

The Research Division includes the following units:

  • Office of the DVC Research (ODVCR)
  • Research and Innovation Office (RIO)
  • Graduate Research School (GRS)
  • Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF)
  • Institute for Public Policy and Governance (IPPG)

In addition there is extensive interaction with each of the Faculties regarding their research activities, funding and outputs.

 

About the role

The Manager, DVCR Strategic Programs has diverse responsibilities ranging from high level strategic support, with exposure to stakeholders at all levels of UTS and externally, to operational oversight of the Office of the DVC Research. Operating with a high degree of initiative and autonomy, this role facilitates implementation of multiple concurrent activities under the UTS research strategy; delivering recommendations, proposals and action within a dynamic, changing landscape.

Located in the Chancellery, this exciting role will see you working with a variety of internal and external stakeholders on a diverse range of activities.  This opportunity will give you exposure to UTS’s strategy at the highest levels and allow you to utilise your extensive experience in program delivery, research management and stakeholder engagement.

 

Core responsibilities include:

  • Providing proactive advice on a range of current and emerging issues relating to the portfolio and the higher education sector
  • Providing executive support and coordination for Research Division business planning and budgeting, including initiating and driving strategic projects
  • Coordinating annual research performance review and target setting processes for Faculties and major research centres
  • Preparing high quality documentation including high-level briefings, speech notes, position papers, presentations, and reports for the Senior Executive, Council, Academic Board and other internal committees
  • Coordinating and drafting responses to research-related Government consultations
  • Ensuring the Office of the DVCR has effective working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders
  • Providing advice on governance and, where required, supporting committees chaired by the DVC Research

Skills and experience required

  • Sound strategic planning skills, a capacity for systematic thinking and the ability to analyse information and situations, identify issues, assess impacts and propose options/ recommendations based on sound rationale
  • A strong record of achievement in a relevant professional role, including demonstrated delivery of diverse programs and projects
  • A high level of initiative and energy, flexibility, personal integrity and accountability, the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines and on multiple tasks
  • Strong relationship management ability including excellent influencing and networking skills
  • A sound knowledge of the research environment within the higher education sector

 

Remuneration and benefits

 

Base salary range: A competitive salary will be negotiated depending on experience.

 

This role attracts 17% superannuation in addition to the base salary. Employee benefits include flexible work practices, child care centres, generous parental leave and salary packaging opportunities.

This appointment will be on an 18 month fixed term, full-time basis.

 

How to apply

Prior to commencing your application for IRC95150, please review the Position Description and the relevant selection criteria - click on the apply link to be taken to the relevant page. You are required to address the selection criteria in your submission in a separate document.  

Please note that only those applications submitted via the UTS online recruitment system will be accepted.  Current UTS employees should apply through their UTS Employee Self Service function.

As you will be unable to save your application once started, please have all required documents and information available prior to commencing.

Please ensure that the file name for each document submitted includes IRC95150.

APPLY NOW

 

Specific enquiries or issues with your application may be directed to the UTS Recruitment Team at recruitment@uts.edu.au or on +61 (0) 2 9514 1080.

 

Closing date: 8 June 2017, 11.59pm (AEST)

 


MONASH UNIVERSITY


PhD Scholarship in the Economics of Disability and Health

The Centre for Health Economics at Monash University invites expressions of interest in applying for a PhD scholarship to work as part of a major new research initiative – Centre of Research Excellence in Disability and Health (CRE-DH) – funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). 

 

Centre for Health Economics Monash University

If you are looking for rigorous graduate training, and want to make a substantial research contribution to the economics of disability and health, the Centre for Health Economics at Monash University is offering a fully funded PhD in Health Economics. Scholarships covering all fees and a stipend are available for suitably qualified individuals. As a student in the centre you will be part of a team of academics and researchers at the cutting-edge of important international research, using the latest methods. We offer excellent research facilities including a dedicated student study space, a behavioural laboratory, high quality computing facilities, frequent internal and external seminars, and funded conference travel.

 

About the CRE-DH

The first research centre of its kind internationally, the CRE will generate the evidence required for policy reform to improve the health of Australians with disabilities.  The CRE-DH involves leading researchers from across Australia (University of Melbourne, University of Sydney, UNSW, Monash University and RMIT) and internationally with expertise in epidemiology, health economics, health and social policy, psychology, psychiatry, public administration and public health and the CRE will further develop the future research leaders in disability and health.

 

The CRE-DH has four work programs: 

- mapping inequities in social, economic and health outcomes between people with and without disabilities

- identification of the social determinants of health of people with disabilities

- health economic analysis and modelling of health and social policies for people with disabilities

- policy research to identify the key emerging issues in health and social policy related to people with disabilities.

 

The PhD scholarship

Your research will primarily be part of work program 3 which is being led by the Centre for Health Economics at Monash University but you will also collaborate with other staff and PhD students of the CRE. The project would suit someone with a strong research background in economics, econometrics, statistics or health economics with an interest in applying these skills to the economics of disability and health. Applicants must have an Honours 1 or Honours 1 equivalence in a relevant discipline (economics, econometrics, health economics, or statistics) and we provide coursework in health economics and related studies.

People with a disability or long-term medical condition are encouraged to apply. Successful candidates with a disability can also apply for the Monash Equity Scholarship Supplement valued at up to $6000 to assist with extra expenses incurred during the pursuit of their degree.

 

Expression of interest

To express your interest in this PhD Scholarship please send your CV including details of two referees, a copy of your academic transcripts and a 1-2 page cover letter which outlines your research skills, experience and why this PhD in the economics of disability and health interests you to buseco-che.hdr.enquiries@monash.edu

 

Further enquiries

If you have any questions about the PhD Program or the application process please contact:

Associate Professor Dennis Petrie, dennis.petrie@monash.edu or +61 3 9905 0776

 

Closing Date: Monday 31 July 2017

 


MONASH UNIVERSITY


Associate Professor - Marketing

Job no: 562974
Faculty/Portfolio: Faculty of Business and Economics, Department of Marketing
Location: Caulfield campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: Continuing appointment
Remuneration: $135,812 - $149,616 pa Level D
(plus 17% employer superannuation)

 

  • Join a large, international, well-resourced business school
  • Pursuing excellence
  • ​Where international collaboration is pursued

The Opportunity

Based in Melbourne, the Monash Business School is a multidisciplinary, research-focused, 'triple-crown' accredited business school, with exchange programs and networks throughout the world. We engage in the highest quality research and education to have a positive impact on a changing world.

The Level D academic is expected to make a significant contribution to all activities of the Department and play a significant role within their profession or discipline. Academics at this level may be appointed in recognition of distinction in their disciplinary area. The Level D academic in Marketing is expected to contribute to the further development of the Department and the Monash Business School as a leader in marketing research and education in consumer behaviour, branding, communications, digital marketing, marketing modelling and data analytics, retail and services, social marketing, marketing strategy, and/or in other, potentially interdisciplinary areas where marketing is relevant and can have impact.

The successful candidate will be able to provide strong and committed leadership in education, including curriculum development, course coordination and educational innovation, the preparation and delivery of lectures, seminars and tutorials, consultation with students, and marking and assessment.

Desired attributes consist of contributing to academic, research and administrative leadership within the department and the faculty whilst supervising major honours or postgraduate research projects and supervision of the program of study of honours students and postgraduate students engaged in course work.

This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.

Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash jobs"

Enquiries

Professor Harmen Oppewal, Head of Department, +61 3 9903 2360, hod.mkt@monash.edu

Applications

To view a detailed Position Description and to submit an application, please visit:
Monash Business School

Closing Date: Friday 11 August 2017, 11.55pm AEST