Full-time, Continuing position
Salary Academic Level D ($155,691 - $171,521) + 17% Superannuation
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 Professor will provide leadership and foster excellence in teaching and research efforts of the School of Management, within the University, and with the community, professional, commercial and industrial sectors. More specifically, the Associate Professor is responsible for providing original, innovative and distinguished contributions to the School's programs for maintaining and advancing their scholarly, research and/or professional capabilities relevant to this discipline at a national and international level.
The Associate Professor will also teach and make a significant contribution to teaching and learning in the discipline of Strategic Management, Business Ethics or Organisation Theory, with the aim of improving learning outcomes for students.
To be successful in this position, you'll have:
PhD in Management or related discipline, and research and teaching expertise in Strategic Management, Business Ethics or Organisation Theory.
Demonstrated ability to direct an award program/s and implement program improvements and innovative approaches to student-centred learning and quality improvement programs.
Nationally recognised research track record including substantial record of research outputs in high quality outlets and emerging international recognition.
Extensive experience in research leadership with the ability to build and develop collaborative research teams, mentor academic staff to deliver high quality outcomes, attract and secure external research funding to sustain research effort, manage funded research projects including complex budgets and reporting requirements.
Extensive experience in supervising higher degree by research candidates to maximise research performance.
Demonstrated ability to lead scholarly development and manage and supervise academic teams and members.
Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to financial, governance and quality management systems within a University.
Demonstrated high level of interpersonal, communication and negotiating skills including the ability to consult with senior executives, external bodies, produce executive reports, negotiate agreed directions, outcomes and targets within a collaborative environment.
Proven ability as an effective member of a management team that develops and achieves shared goals and objectives.
Please Note: Appointment to this position is subject to passing a Working with Children and National Police Check.
About the School of Management
The School of Management is part of the College of Business and Law. The School is comprised of three Departments: The Department of Management and Organisations (M&O), the Department of International Business and Innovation & Entrepreneurship (IBIE) and the Department of Human Resource Management (HRM).
We are a diverse community of scholars who recognise and embrace multiple perspectives on organisations, management, and work. We are proud of our strengths in translating the knowledge we produce for real world application. We aim to improve public policy, organisational practice, and working life. We do this by advancing leadership, management, employment, innovation and entrepreneurial practices that are inclusive, responsible, and enable people and organisations to thrive.
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Please submit your CV and covering letter (maximum 2 pages) and a separate document (maximum 4 pages) addressing the Key Selection Criteria for either position by clicking on the ‘ ' link at the top of this page.
For further information about these positions, please see the Position Descriptions hyperlinked below or contact Kassie McKnight (Senior Talent Acquisition Advisor) via email [email protected]
Position Description - Associate Professor, Management and LeadershipApplications Close:
15 Feb 2024 11.59 pm
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