Full time, continuing appointment
Research Active Academic, Level B salary $104,167 to $123,161
Plus 17% super and 6 weeks annual leave
Contribute to building the teaching and research profile of Psychology at CDU
We are a new world university. Like our namesake, Charles Darwin, we think differently. We innovate, embrace change, challenge conventions and look for better ways. We’re not about tradition or legacy, privilege or exclusivity. We care about people as individuals, and about our wider society. We’re about what we can give to the world, rather than what we take. We cannot build a new world without diversity of thought, so we bring together people with unique perspectives in an inclusive and supporting learning environment to help them connect, discover and grow. This is the CDU difference.
The College of Health and Human Sciences at Charles Darwin University is evolving and growing. We are strengthening our portfolio of flourishing programs; with a strong research base and exceptional community links, we are increasing opportunities for students, colleagues and our community. We are looking for people to join our successful Psychology team - to innovate, to create, to develop and lead our new and exciting programs. This role will both challenge and reward, offer flexibility and career development. It comes with genuine work life balance, which will allow you the time to explore some of Australia's best kept secrets that are right here on Darwin's doorstep.
For further information on the College of Health and Human Sciences please visit our Website or download a copy of our Recruitment Brochure.
As Lecturer - Psychology, you will coordinate, administer and teach units within our Psychology programs. You will contribute to the professional preparation of Psychology and related professions at both undergraduate and graduate levels through the development and delivery of relevant units, course and programs of study, including those intended for off-campus and flexible delivery. You will continue to build your research profile through grant capture and collaboration both locally and nationally/internationally.
To be successful you require a PhD in Psychology (or near completion) and eligibility for membership with Australian Psychological Society. You’ll demonstrate capacity to develop, prepare and deliver learning and teaching materials at a tertiary level and be able to work effectively and consultatively with colleagues.
To view the 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, a statement addressing the selection competencies and a detailed resume.
For a confidential discussion please contact Prof Mitchell Byrne, Head of Discipline - Psychology on 08 8946 7655 or email email@example.com
Charles Darwin University values inclusion and diversity in the workplace and aims to achieve a workforce that is representative of the community it serves. We encourage applications from Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Applications Close: Tuesday 17th August 2021