Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Business Law
- Continuing, full time appointment
- Academic Level B/C, $98,017 to $137,581 pa
- 17% superannuation and 6 weeks annual leave
- Darwin Waterfront Campus
Apply your experience in teaching at a tertiary level to contribute to the preparation and education of students in the area of Business Law.
Charles Darwin University (CDU) is ranked 43rd in the top 250 universities under 50 years of age in the world and is identified by Times Higher Education as one of an elite global group of rising stars - a new generation of challenger universities quickly rising in world rankings.
The College of Business and Law delivers teaching and research in the areas of Accounting, Business and Law and offers a range of VET, undergraduate, honours and postgraduate programs that cater to all students. The College has a record of innovation in digital delivery and online learning with all programs being offered both on and off campus. The College of Business and Law maintains strong links with local, national and international professional associations, business, employers and governments.
As Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Business Law, you will contribute to teaching, research and innovative community engagement activities in Business Law. This will include developing and delivering semester length units, as well as short courses aimed at undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education markets, and being actively involved in research and consultancy.
Your ability to assist with the administrative responsibilities within the College and your capacity to help guide the strategic directions of the College’s research and teaching programs will be integral to your success, as will your highly-developed communication, interpersonal and collaboration skills.
You require a PhD in Business Law (or related discipline) and extensive work experience or an equivalent combination of work experience and other relevant qualifications. A demonstrated track record of performing research to an international standard, which may include publication of books, book chapters, refereed journal articles and/or receipt of competitive grants will be highly regarded.
All applications must include a resume, cover letter and statement addressing the Essential Competencies contained within the Position Profile (link above).
For a confidential discussion please contact Dr Alan Berman, Dean of Law on (08) 8946 6116 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: Monday 25 February 2019