The School of Liberal Arts at the University of Wollongong invites applications for an academic appointment (Level B) for which the principal duties are to deliver specific subjects within our Bachelor of Arts in Western Civilisation degree. The position will be offered for a 6 year fixed-term period.
- Fixed Term, full-time appointment (6 years: February 2022 to December 2027)
- Level B: $100,306 + 17% superannuation
Applicants should have a PhD in a Liberal Arts/Humanities discipline and a background in relevant scholarship as required to fulfil specific teaching needs. Appointees will have a demonstrated track record, appropriate to level of appointment sought, in research and in, producing influential, high quality publications and acquiring grant applications which feature in an active, forward-looking, impactful program of research.
The University of Wollongong (UOW) is in the top 2% of universities worldwide and was the highest ranked university in NSW by the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) in 2016.
Joining UOW’s School of Liberal Arts presents attractive terms and an exciting opportunity for outstanding people to contribute to the creation of a high-quality degree program while becoming part of a unique, research-rich academic unit. Successful candidates will join an already strong, existing academic team.
We encourage applications from qualified candidates who are not only committed to delivering student-centred learning and personalised approaches to teaching but who also aspire to producing world-class research. You will be expected to be able to work independently but also as an excellent team member. You will contribute to undergraduate teaching and curriculum development as well as postgraduate supervision. You will actively participate in the governance activities of the School including community, promotional and professional engagement activities.
Further information about the Bachelor of Arts in Western Civilisation degree and the School of Liberal Arts can be found at:
Bachelor of Arts in Western Civilisation
School of Liberal Arts
You will be prompted to respond to a selection criteria questionnaire within the online application.
Enquires should be sent to: Sally Cole email@example.com Administrative Assistant to Senior Professor Daniel D. Hutto, Senior Professor and Head of the School of Liberal Arts.
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Closing Date: Sunday 8 August 2021, 11:59PM
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Over the years, we have grown to be a global diverse and inclusive civic university, working to solve global challenges and promoting harmony and social cohesion. We are proud to be a globally recognised and respected university, opening doors for our students, staff and partners.
- JOB IDENTIFICATION 1519
- JOB CATEGORY ACADEMIC TEACHING/RESEARCH
- POSTING DATE 09/07/2021, 05:28 PM
- APPLY BEFORE 08/08/2021, 11:59 PM
- DEGREE LEVEL DOCTORATE
- JOB SCHEDULE FULL TIME
- LOCATIONS NORTHFIELDS AVE, WOLLONGONG, 2522, AU