Senior Lecturer, City Planning
- Academic Leadership role in One of Australia’s leading research & teaching universities
- Vibrant campus life with a strong sense of community & inclusion
- Enjoy a career that makes a difference by collaborating & learning from the best
- Location-Kensington Campus, Sydney Australia
At UNSW, we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come to do their best work.
We shape future cities. Cities that are resilient, informed, healthy and smart – that are connected, green, liveable and inclusive.
Our vision is to be a global leader through high impact research and education that transforms built environments and improves the lives of the people who live and work in these communities. We have an intentionally broad focus to foster cross-cutting collaboration: from future focused products, design, and development, through to the policy and planning needed to support and promote innovation. We are tackling pressing environmental and societal challenges such as urban heat and urban heat, and the spatial inequality so present in many of our cities globally.
We are focused on high performing built environments that are sustainable and resilient, anticipating future ecological needs – always based on a design ethos that promotes, and responds to, the needs of the individual, communities and the broader cultural landscape. To do this we are building an agile platform for education, research and exchange that can respond to the changing needs of the profession. We also engender a culture and capacity to anticipate the unknown; by developing skilled and enquiring graduates, with conscience, who can positively engage, adapt and shape future cities – but always in a way that puts the planet, its people, first.
About the role
- $127, 633- $146, 465 plus 17% Superannuation and annual leave loading
- Continuing-Full Time
- Full-time (35 hours per week)
For this appointment, we seek an academic who aspires to play a leading role in shaping the future of the Construction Management & Property discipline in alignment with both Faculty & UNSW 2025 Strategy. This person will lead the administration of learning and teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, sustain their own research or education focussed activity, and guide the discipline in its teaching and research activities and foster interdisciplinary engagement with the faculty’s areas of expertise
KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Develop and teach both, undergraduate and postgraduate courses
- Adopt a scholarly, inspiring approach to teaching and learning, with applications of digital technologies and strategies in course delivery
- Participate in the supervision of higher degree research students
- Work with the discipline colleagues and the faculty to continually enhance and deliver inspiring degree programs
- Enhance closer engagement with industry and public funding partners through research relationships and linkages, including CSIRO
- Attract, maintain and manage external funding through successful applications for research grants and activities
- Nurture linkages between technical innovation and commercialization
- Conduct high impact research and publications and apply for research grants from both external and internal sources
- Cultivate research links with other groups and disciplines within the faculty and on campus, and with the industry and the professions
- Engage in academic administration and service to the wider academic and professional community
- Contribute to the design and delivery of the School’s teaching programs and courses
- Actively participate in the School activities; demonstrate an ability and willingness to take on leadership roles in the School
- Undertake administrative duties and broad administrative functions as specified by the School and participate in School, Faculty and/or University committees as required
- Hold a significant role in research projects including, where appropriate, leadership of a research team, a major role in planning or committee work
- Cooperate with all health and safety policies and procedures of the university and take all reasonable care to ensure that your actions or omissions do not impact on the health and safety of yourself or others
You should systematically address the selection criteria listed within the position description in your application. Please apply online - applications will not be accepted if sent to the contact listed.
Steve Lalic, Talent Acquisition Consultant
T: (61 2) 9385 3426
Applications close: Thursday, 13th June 2019 11pm (AEST)
UNSW aspires to be the exemplar Australian university and employer of choice for people from diverse backgrounds.
UNSW aims to ensure equality in recruitment, development, retention and promotion of staff, and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their gender, cultural background, disability, sexual orientation or identity. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria to apply.