Lecturer, Tutor and Marker, School of Arts and Humanities
- SCHOOL OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES
- JOONDALUP, MOUNT LAWLEY AND SOUTHWEST CAMPUSES
One of the largest and most comprehensive schools of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, ECU’s School of Arts and Humanities offers a diverse range of programs covering Arts, Communications, Counselling, Criminology, Design, Humanities, Media, Psychology, Social Science, Social Work, and Youth Work.
We are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced individuals in a range of Arts and Humanities subject areas to teach on campus, on-line, and/or offshore/overseas , and/or to undertake marking. Training in relevant aspects of academic teaching will be provided to appointed candidates. Specific fields of interest, and relevant contact details are in the attached document.
This is an opportunity to gain an introduction to the role of an academic at a University, and to influence the next generation of professionals in your field of expertise, through lecturing to large groups of students, conducting tutorials with small groups, and/or marking exam/assignment papers which may require varying levels of knowledge and experience in your field of expertise.
The School of Arts and Humanities are seeking individuals who have:
- “Postgraduate qualification in a relevant discipline”
- Demonstrated sound understanding and effective application of contemporary tertiary teaching and learning methodologies
- Significant relevant professional experience and comprehensive knowledge of contemporary issues in appropriate disciplines
- A commitment to ongoing professional and scholarly development and be prepared to undertake short courses training (remunerated)
You will also demonstrate personal attributes that are congruent with the University’s values of Integrity, Respect, Rational Inquiry and Personal Excellence.
Casual/Sessional vacancies are filled on an as-needs basis and you will be contacted if there are available opportunities. Employment will be on a casual basis and commence in February 2020. The number of hours taught per week is negotiable and based on the student enrolment. Please specify in your application whether you are available to teach face-to-face or online.
How to apply:
If this interests you, please Apply Now and upload:
- A copy of your resume detailing relevant professional and teaching experience
- A brief cover letter detailing your interest and suitability for the role
Employment is subject to the successful attainment of an Employee Working with Children Check.
- Sessional rates guidelines
Existing Sessional Staff:
Existing SAH staff are invited to take this opportunity to update their credentials through this process.
Opportunities are in the following Disciplines:
Psychology and Criminology
- Psychology -Clinical Psychology – Criminology - Justice Studies
- For more information contact Associate Professor Melissa DAVIS on 63042786
Social Work, Counselling, Social Science & Youth Work
- Social Work – Counselling - Social Science - Youth Work
- For more information contact Associate Professor Vicki BANHAM on 63045530
Arts & Humanities
- Creative & Professional Writing – English – Historical & Political Studies – Visual Arts
- For more information contact Associate Professor Panizza ALLMARK on 63046956
Design, Media and Communications
- Advertising – Broadcast & Digital Journalism – Games & Interactive Design – Fashion - Media & Cultural Studies – Photomedia – Public Relations - Screen Production - Visual & Spatial Design
- For more information contact Dr Christopher KUEH on 63046387
Please note, Edith Cowan University observes a period of time where only Essential Student Services will be operating. There may be limited availability to respond to queries from 25 December 2019 to 7 January 2020 but if you leave a message, your call will be answered after this time.
Closing Date: Applications close Monday, 13th January, 2020 at 11:30 pm
PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED FROM CANDIDATES WHO HAVE THE RELEVANT WORKING RIGHTS TO FILL THIS POSITION.
CU is a diverse and inclusive workplace reflecting the differences in society. Specific strategies and initiatives are in place to address under representation of specific groups. Applications are encouraged from suitably qualified people from all backgrounds. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.