Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Engineering Management
The School of Engineering within the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment delivers future forward engineering programs, which provide our graduates with a sound platform for the diverse opportunities that will exist in the future. Our Master of Engineering complements our undergraduate programs in various postgraduate specialisations including Engineering Management.
An exciting opportunity now exists for a suitably qualified and experienced individual to join the Engineering Management specialisation on a continuing basis as either Lecturer or Senior Lecturer where you will be responsible for undertaking teaching, research and publication in the Engineering Management discipline area.
To be successful, you’ll have:
- a PhD in Engineering Management or a relevant field or a relevant postgraduate qualification combined with experience in Engineering Management will be considered essential
- either an emerging or established reputation in research and scholarship and either a record of or potential to make a significant contribution to research projects through internal and external collaborations and/or industry-related or applied research in a field of Engineering which aligns to the School’s strengths
- some experience teaching in the areas of law, finance, risk, production and quality for engineering and relevant professional practice together
- an ability to contribute to our teaching programs at the Master’s level in a manner that influences, motivates and inspires our students to learn
- some potential or previous exposure to supervising PhD and Honours students with successful completions will also be viewed favourably.
Your key responsibilities will be to:
- delivery of excellent scholarly learning and teaching at the Masters level and in various modes (including in the cloud and also clinical settings)
- an active contributor to a research area/s of significance and research projects and external collaborations and partnerships
- contributing to the successful application of scholarly and research expertise to innovation and invention, with involvement in the commercialisation of outcomes
- administrative tasks commensurate with position responsibilities and which contribute to assist the effective operation of the School
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