Senior Lecturer in Law (Torts)
Classification: Academic Level C
Salary Range: $115,541 to $133,224 pa
Employment Type: Continuing, Full-time
Position Reports to: Dean, People and Resources
Please Direct Application Enquiries to: Associate Professor Tania Leiman
Closing Date: Thursday, 18 July 2019 11 am
This Teaching Specialist (Clinical/Practitioner) position, with its primary focus on teaching and teaching-related activities, particularly within Torts, has an important role to play in the University’s achievement of its strategic plan, Making a Difference: The 2025 Agenda.
The University is committed to a student-centred ethos and to developing creative, enterprising, career-ready graduates prepared to become lifelong contributors to society.
In accordance with the strategic plan, the University seeks to:
- deliver a richly interactive and personalised approach to learning focussed on student success;
- be an international leader in educational innovation, advanced learning technologies and learning analytics; and
- develop enterprising graduates equipped with the skills required for success in the knowledge economy.
The Senior Lecturer in Law (Torts) will provide leadership in delivering excellence in teaching and learning across the suite of Law topics and courses in the College of Business, Government and Law. The Senior Lecturer in Law (Torts) will be responsible for making a significant and wide-ranging contribution to leadership in teaching and scholarship of teaching Law using innovations in teaching practices and technologies to deliver excellence in teaching. They will be expected to draw upon their significant and senior roles in clinical practice to develop industry partnerships for work integrated learning, deliver innovative placement models and provide contemporary and high quality placement education, both through clinical skills training, simulation and service provision. The Senior Lecturer in Law (Torts) will also have a key leadership role in service to the College and/or University.
Please note: Pursuant to the Children’s Protection Act 1993 (SA) this position has been deemed prescribed. It is an inherent requirement of the position that the successful candidate maintains a current Child Related Employment Screening which is satisfactory to the University.
Information For Applicants:
You are required to provide a suitability statement of no more than three pages, addressing the key capabilities of the position description. In addition, you are required to upload your CV.
We are seeking to increase the diversity to improve equal opportunity outcomes for employees, and therefore we encourage female applicants, people with a disability and/or people from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent to apply.
Please note, applications sent via agencies will not be accepted.