Associate Lecturer/Lecturer, Printmaking

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
June 27, 2024
Offerd Salary:$76,880 - $104,280
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Working Time:Part time
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  • Part-time (0.5FTE), Continuing position
  • Salary Academic Level A ($76,880 - $104,280) / Level B ($109,770 - $130,355) + 17% Superannuation and Flexible Working Arrangements
  • Based at the Melbourne CBD campus, but may be required to work and/or be based at other campuses of the University
  • About the Role

    The Associate Lecturer/Lecturer is expected to contribute to the teaching and research efforts of the School in disciplines relevant to print, and related contemporary art interdisciplinary fields, including digital and other reprographic technologies.

    An Associate Lecturer will use their expertise and assist in the academic and administrative, consultative and coordination tasks involved with these courses. It is expected that the Associate Lecturer will work under support and guidance to develop expertise in teaching and research with an increasing degree of autonomy.

    A Lecturer is responsible for carrying out teaching activities within undergraduate, Honours and Masters programs and for maintaining and advancing their scholarly, research and/or professional capabilities. The Lecturer is also expected to actively promote the program by establishing and maintaining memberships, links and partnerships with academic, industry and professional communities.

    To be successful for level A appointment, you will have:

  • Demonstrated ability to prepare and teach programs at undergraduate and post-graduate levels, including online delivery, and the ability to produce high quality curriculum or program materials in print, and related contemporary art interdisciplinary fields, including digital and other reprographic technologies.
  • Demonstrated capacity to work effectively with and to negotiate sensitively with students especially on issues related to effective learning and communicating about diverse lived experiences.
  • Emerging track record and recognition for quality research outputs which will contribute to existing Art Discipline and School of Art research areas evidenced by publications, commissions, exhibition history, development of new research initiatives, competitive research funding, and industry links.
  • Please view position description for further selection criteria

    In addition to the above criteria, to be successful for level B appointment, you will also have:

  • Ability to undertake course coordination and convening roles independently
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise higher degree by research candidates.
  • Ability to build effective networks with colleagues, and the contemporary art sector and generate alternative funding for projects through effective liaison with industry and government.
  • Please view position description for further selection criteria


    Mandatory for Level A: Qualification in the relevant discipline area and have commenced or enrolled to commence your PhD.

    Mandatory for Level B: PhD or equivalent in relevant field

    Please Note: Appointment to this position is subject to passing a Working with Children and National Police Check.

    About the School

    The School of Art at RMIT is an international site for innovation and diversity in the disciplines of art and photography, with particular strengths in craft, sound and socially engaged practice. The School is ranked first in Australia and 18th in the world for Art & Design (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2024). Founded on a deep commitment to praxis, diverse ways of knowing and the role of art and the photographic image in global society, it aspires to achieve real and lasting impact.

    The School delivers programs ranging from undergraduate degrees through to higher degrees by research. There are two Disciplines in the School: Art and Photography. The Discipline of Art covers a full range of specialisations, including Art: History + Theory + Cultures, Drawing, Painting, Print, Ceramics, Gold and Silversmithing, Sculpture and Installation, Sound, Video and Media Arts, Arts Management and Art in Public Space. The Discipline of Photography delivers programs that engage with photography through both the practice and theory of images in society. Our extensive international activities and partners inform our global outlook, supporting students to build expanded networks and boost career opportunities, as well as the formation of dynamic research collaborations.

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    About the Print Studio

    The print studio offers students a holistic approach to art making through reproductive technologies from traditional analogue presses to contemporary digital printers. With individual studios and communal workshops, students access industry-level facilities to research and experiment with concepts and processes facilitated by renowned print practitioners. In the undergraduate BA Fine Art program studies include artist books, digital imaging, intaglio- etching, dry point and engraving, relief printing, lithography, analogue and digital photographic technologies, print-based installation and screen printing.

    The Art Discipline aims to support both specialised studio practices and to enable interdisciplinary learning experiences and research opportunities. Print at RMIT is a distinct studio identity but is also aligned with related image-based practices including painting, drawing and photography.

    To Apply

    Please submit your CV and covering letter and separate document addressing the Key Selection Criteria for this position by clicking on the ‘ ' link at the top of this page.

    Candidates are asked to specify level of the appointment they are applying for in the cover letter.

    For further information about this position, please see the Position Description hyperlinked below or contact Jessica Bernardo (Senior Talent Acquisition Advisor) via email [email protected].

    PD – Associate Lecturer, Printmaking

    PD – Lecturer, Printmaking

    Please note, if you are viewing this advert from an external site, please click ‘apply' and you will be redirected to RMIT's Jobs website to access the Position Description at the bottom of the page.

    Applications Close:

    27 June 2024 11.59 pm

    RMIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to being a child safe organisation. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Isla n der community.

    At RMIT, we are committed to supporting adjustments throughout the recruitment and selection process, as well as during employment. We actively support and encourage people with disability to apply to RMIT. To discuss adjustment requirements, please contact Kassie (Senior Talent Acquisition Advisor), via [email protected] or visit our Careers page for more contact information - https: // www.

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