Continuing, full time appointment
Research Active Academic Level D salary $145,238 to $158,884 pa
17% superannuation and 6 weeks annual leave
Casuarina Campus, Darwin NT
Make an outstanding contribution to Research, Teaching and Learning scholarship within the College of Nursing and Midwifery.
At CDU we actively celebrate our diversity. We innovate, embrace new ideas, and act with courage and kindness. We're about what we can give to the world rather than what we take, and we believe in the transformative power of education. We work hard to make sure every member of our university community feels that they truly belong. Understanding that it is through our focus on our people and leveraging our differences that will make CDU the most connected university in Australia, we are striving to ensure that our culture and our community are inclusive of all our staff, students and visitors. We are committed to maintaining a culture where everyone feels respected, safe, encouraged to speak up and supported in achieving their professional goals. Applications from First Nations people, women at all levels, culturally and linguistically diverse people, people with disability, Neurotypical and Neurodiverse People, LGBTIQ+ people, people with family and caring responsibilities and people at all stages of their careers are welcomed.
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About the Position
As Associate Professor - Nursing your role is to make an outstanding contribution to Research, Teaching and Learning scholarship, and administrative activities across the College of Nursing and Midwifery. Additionally, the post will offer leadership in the areas of research scholarship, teaching and learning scholarship, and undergraduate/postgraduate program development within the nursing discipline leading to improved student experience and outcomes. A key accountability will be to promote high-quality teaching and learning experiences for students.
Additionally, you will be involved in leading the development and teaching of units (courses) for both on-campus and flexible-modes of teaching and learning support and will make an outstanding contribution to the governance and collegial life inside and outside of the College and University. Expertise and qualifications in mental health nursing are desirable.
To be successful, you will possess:
- A PhD or Professional Doctorate in a related field and extensive experience in similar role.
- Current registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency as a Nurse with no conditions or undertakings
- An established research profile in relevant discipline including evidence of major original and innovative research activity and outcomes, such as publications, external grants or consultancies in the field at national and international level.
- Demonstrated understanding of a university learning environment and equity programs and providing supportive education to people from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds and varying age groups.
- The ability to contribute to the development of units/courses and student resources in response to reflective practice and application of scholarship (including for online and face to face teaching) and within the context and requirements of a quality education provider.
- High level interpersonal skills and communication skills including the ability to communicate effectively with people from various educational, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
- Demonstrated ability to represent the university at a range of forums, and to liaise, communicate, negotiate and collaborate with clients, stakeholders and partners, to deliver a valued service and achieve agreed outcomes.
- Ability to develop and use flexible/online computer‐based learning materials to suit the needs of a diverse student body.
- Knowledge and experience using the Learnline online learning systems and/or experience in developing learning and teaching curriculum and content.
To view the full responsibilities of the role, please click on the: Position Profile
All applications must be received online via the 'apply' button and should include a cover letter and a detailed resume.
For any application enquiries, please contact Professor Daniel Bressington on 08 8946 6148 or email email@example.com
Applications Close: Sunday 26 June 2022