Professor and Head of Psychology

Location
Ballarat, Australia
Posted
31 May 2019
End of advertisement period
03 Jul 2019
Ref
849185
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Psychology
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

School of Health and Life Sciences

Federation University (FedUni) is a modern, progressive university providing high-quality vocational and higher education across a national and international network of campuses. It has a reputation for being at the forefront of innovation in learning, teaching and student support, and has an outstanding record for teacher quality and graduate employment. A leading regional, multisector tertiary institution, FedUni is deeply committed to innovation and research distinction and the pursuit and development of rewarding research collaborations with industry, government and society as a whole.

Located at the University’s Mt Helen campus, , FedUni is now seeking an outstanding academic leader as its next Professor and Head of the discipline of Psychology within the School of Health and Life Sciences. This senior academic role will provide leadership to a team that is dedicated, enthusiastic and focused, and will make a significant contribution to Psychology education and research across the School of Health and Life Sciences, broadening relationships and collaborative partnerships inside and outside the university.

This is an exceptional opportunity to join a highly motivated team that is fully supported by a University that is growing and future focused. The successful candidate will energetic and contemporary, with a highly credible research standing and distinguished teaching record. Eligibility for full membership of the Australian Psychological Society is a requirement for this role.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

To receive a detailed Information Book and for a confidential discussion please contact:

Jackie Besley
Consultant, Education Practice
+61 3 8375 7403

Odgers Berndtson Executive Search

Email: psychfederation@odgersberndtson.com

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Wednesday, 3 July 2019.